Event Details

What does successful leadership really look like globally and for multinationals in China and how can individuals with high leadership potential be identified and retained?

While the skills necessary to being an effective leader can vary from industry to industry, and be hard to spot in the first place, there are some tools managers and HR professionals can employ to ensure they are recruiting and retaining the best talent.

Join Tricia Nadaff from Management Research Group, and a panel of Senior HR Professionals, including Shawn Renwick from Procter and Gamble and Nina Qu from Johnson & Johnson for in-depth discussions into data concerning mid-level and senior-level leaders in China and globally, and learn more about the identifiable attributes and skillsets found in most leaders.

Speakers will share specific insights into:

1. The approaches to leadership that distinguish highly effective leaders
2. Key attributes that distinguish high-potential leaders
3. Leadership and behavior patterns of leaders that put organizations and teams at risk
4. The developmental steps that can help high potential leaders to grow

Agenda

2:30 PM - 3 PM
Registration
3 PM - 4 PM
4 PM - 5 PM
Panel Discussion

Speakers

  • Tricia  Nadaff  (President at Management Research Group)

    Tricia Nadaff

    President at Management Research Group

    Tricia Naddaff is the President at Management Research Group (www.mrg.com), an international leader in creating high-quality assessment tools and conducting extensive research in the areas of Leadership, Sales and Career Development/Personal Growth.

    Tricia works extensively with MRG’s worldwide network of consultants and clients providing thought leadership and coaching to assist in their development work with both individuals and organizations. Tricia speaks globally to audiences who want to increase the positive impact they have in their organizations and the world around them. A contributing author to the book “Enlightened Power”, she has a particular interest in engaging in the exploration of gender in leadership, leading authentically and cultivating wisdom, courage and compassion in organizations.

    Tricia has been consulting to individuals, teams and organizations for over 30 years and her experience includes coaching, product design, research, and business development. Tricia received her graduate degree in Management from Lesley University and her undergraduate degree from Boston College.

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  • Nina Qu (Change Management Lead at Johnson & Johnson)

    Nina Qu

    Change Management Lead at Johnson & Johnson

    Nina currently works as Change Management Lead at J&J enterprise level. Responsible for transforming whole HR team into new operating model and change communications at enterprise level. She was associate Talent Acquisition Director for Johnson & Johnson before this role by leading a team of 14 recruiting professionals doing overall recruitment for all business units, including social recruitment, campus recruitment, recruiting system construction, recruiting channel management, overseas recruitment program and employer branding. Nina has more than 15 years’ experience in different human resource functions, including business partnering, Organization Design and Development, Talent Acquisition, Learning & Development. She graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University.

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  • Shaun Renwick (Human Resources Director of Procter & Gamble (Beijing) Co. Ltd.)

    Shaun Renwick

    Human Resources Director of Procter & Gamble (Beijing) Co. Ltd.

    Shaun Renwick is the Site Director for the Procter & Gamble Beijing Research & Development Center. He oversees the talent management of over 500 employees through P&G’s ‘Build From Within’ philosophy; a process where employees are hired into entry level positions and developed up to the most senior positions within the Company.

    In his 7 years at P&G, Shaun managed the HR Outsourced Services for Australia & New Zealand before acting as the National Talent Manager where he lead Company recruitment and learning & development initiatives, including senior management development programs.
    Shaun’s international experience expanded to the start-up and Site HR Management of a P&G Manufacturing Plant in Singapore and an organization restructure of Cross Border Logistics roles across Asia. In addition to Strategic Talent Management, Shaun manages a team of HR Professionals which cover Recruitment, Learning & Development, Compensation & Benefits, Outsourced Services, HR Operations, Employee Relations and Health & Wellness.

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Tickets

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Door Price RMB 600