Saturday, December 10, 2022


 Global leaders and professionals are more open-minded to new concepts and ideas, not afraid to leverage contrarian views to shape a holistic picture, and understand issues from multidimensional perspectives.

Our co-shared world has a long history, abundant knowledge, variety of resources, and diversity of talent. It's a holistic view that sees the world as an interconnected, interdependent and integrated ecosystem which keeps evolving. Business leaders and professionals should lay out different thinking structures, gain fresh insight and updated global views to reimagine the global society and solve crucial problems that face humanity effectively.

Global advocates: Global society is diverse and dynamic; there are lots of things going on globally on a daily basis; every market is a fertile ground for new ideas, fresh knowledge. Global leaders and professionals have more antennae focused on the trends and what’s going on in the world. Global leadership effectiveness and maturity is based on insightful leaders’ very intention to identify critical issues, connect global dots to innovate, and advocate progressive changes in the global scope.

Global leaders and professionals need the foresight to seek out the potential and differentiated capabilities they’ll need for future development; share their viewpoint about things or events happening in the global environment, balance global and local needs, pursue the optimal mix of local operating preferences and nuances along with established global standards.

Global initiatives: Being a “global” leader, involves a personal intention to focus on leading changes at the global scope. The transition from a small initiative to demonstrate value to build an integrated global solution is a journey that is worth pursuing. Global leaders and professionals can view complex global problems, engage with multiple internal and external stakeholders worldwide effectively, learn how to incubate and commercialize ideas more successfully.

In practice, strategic global initiatives require the highest risk-taking at a strategic value chain; understanding environmental dynamics, relationship intricacy, culture difference, and putting the right talent in the right position to solve the right problems effectively.

Global reputation:
Reputation management and brand protection become increasingly intertwined and crucial, especially at the global scope. Strong reputation is enhanced by risk intelligence, accountability, resilience, and high level competency. Good reputation and strong brand name takes time to build. It’s critical to clarify what the organizational brand stands for, how the company wants its stakeholders to see and perceive their organization world-widely.

It’s even more critical to predict, manage internal risks caused by silo, process friction, talent gaps, as well as economic, legal, political, social and human risks in the ecosystem environment In order to identify the sources of reputational risk and address them, manage them effectively. Always keep close monitoring of reputation management for transparency and analysis of potential long-term consequences.

As the global balance of economic, culture, political, education, technology, etc, power is shifting in a multipolar world, global leaders and professionals are more open-minded to new concepts and ideas, not afraid to leverage contrarian views to shape a holistic picture, understand issues from multidimensional perspectives, share their perspective of future global society; their roles on making desired changes, to solve problems with large scopes, deal with complex problems world-widely, take their reputation seriously, and have intention to build a strong brand consistently.


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