Maximizing Global Leadership Development

May 19th, 2021 | 12pm EST | $30

 Join the Kozai Group partners, Joyce Osland, Gary Oddou, and Mark Mendenhall as they share key lessons learned from decades of teaching, training, and researching Global Leadership Development. Our goal is to help you maximize your own efforts to develop global leaders.

This hour-long workshop is accompanied by a pre-workshop survey that asks you to share your own best practices and questions to focus the webinar. You’ll also receive post-webinar resources to continue building.


What You'll Walk Away With

Key lessons from Global Leadership Development research

Best practices, both yours and ours, in Global Leadership Development

Ways to maximize Global Leadership Development efforts

Benchmarks of effective University Global Leadership Development programs

Before the webinar…

Participate in a short survey to share what has worked best for you in developing global leaders which will be incorporated into the webinar.

During the webinar…

Discover key lessons learned through Global Leadership Development Research and how you can apply these lessons to maximize your Global Leadership Development efforts.

After the webinar…

You’ll walk away with a PDF of the Webinar Presentation slides, Theory of Global Leadership Development handout, Transformation Axes model, Benchmarks of Effective Global Leadership Development Programs, and a Global Leadership Development Bibliography.

Advance Your Global Leadership Development

Learn best practices around Global Leadership Development and how to apply them into your work or GLD programs through the webinar on May 19th.

About The Presenters

Joyce Osland

An internationally known specialist in international management with a focus on global leadership, Latin America, and organization development. She recently retired from her position as the Lucas Endowed Professor of Global Leadership and Executive Director and founder of the Global Leadership Advancement Center (GLAC) at San Jose State University’s Lucas College and Graduate School of Business in the Silicon Valley. She co-founded GLAC’s Global Leadership Lab, Global Leadership Passport Program, and the Advanced Global Leadership Certificate. She was the College of Business’ Inclusive Excellence Fellow working on SJSU’s Diversity Master Plan from 2008-2011. 

Gary Oddou

Professor emeritus has taught, researched, and consulted in the area of international human resource management for over 30 years. His research focus has been in the area of expatriate adjustment and training, repatriate reintegration and knowledge transfer expatriate-repatriate best practices, and global leadership. He has published over 45 articles and book chapters on these topics and written or co-edited three books related to international human resource management and global leadership. Dr. Oddou has consulted with multinational firms in the areas of expatriate and repatriate management both in the United States, Japan, and Europe. He developed and directed the Global Business Management program at CSU San Marcos.

Mark Mendenhall

Dr. Mendenhall is an internationally recognized scholar in the field of global leadership and international human resource management and has published numerous journal articles and scholarly book chapters in the areas of global leadership and expatriate management. He has also co-authored numerous books in these areas, some of which include: Global Leadership: Research, Practice and Development (Routledge); Developing Global Business Leaders: Policies, Processes, and Innovations (Quorum Books); and Global Assignments: Successfully Expatriating and Repatriating International Managers (Jossey-Bass Publishers). A firm believer in applying findings from the research literature to organizations, he actively consults organizations in the areas of global leadership and general leadership.

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