nameDeveloping Global Leaders Asia
Developing Global Leaders Asia supports the development of inclusive, globally competent and responsible leaders, cohesive multicultural teams and sustainable corporate cultures. We serve our clients by consulting, training and coaching and create measurable and long-lasting results for positive social and environmental impact.
Dr. Zsuzsanna Tungli is an expert and a passionate advocate of global and inclusive leadership, gender equality and cultural intelligence. Her work over the past 30 years has spanned Asia, US and Europe, in consulting as well as executive education. She has designed and run most of her programs on behalf of Developing Global Leaders but also as an invited faculty at the following business schools: INSEAD, IMD, National University of Singapore and Singapore Management University in the APAC region.
She is author of the books Culture Key between Asia and the West (2021), and The Roadmap to Gender Equality in Organisations (forthcoming in 2021), and a regular speaker and facilitator at international conferences and company events. Zsuzsanna earned a Ph.D. in international business at London Business School, UK, and an MBA at Bocconi University in Milan, Italy. In her first degree she graduated as an economist from the Corvinus University in Budapest, Hungary.
Since 2016, Developing Global Leaders Asia has engaged female leaders from a variety of organisations in APAC in transformative multi-step journeys, including assessments, pre-work, workshops, industry expert sharing, individual follow-up coaching sessions, social media group alumni and debrief with line manager.
The program is designed
Employers report that upon completion of the program, participants have demonstrated improved leadership capability, enhanced communication and influencing skills, stronger executive presence and taken greater initiatives to support and mentor female colleagues. Many have been promoted as a result.
Developing Global Leaders Asia is holding its first annual virtual global Inclusive Leadership Forum in April 2021. Embracing and promoting inclusive behaviour helps organisations increase diversity and drive performance. This not-for-profit event aims to share ideas, experiences and best practices so participants can learn how top organisations develop more inclusive cultures and sustainable, diverse workforces.
The series of insightful interviews, interactive panel discussions and impactful presentations from business leaders and subject matter experts will cover the following subjects: