IRVINE, Calif. (March 14, 2016) —The Executive Next Practices Institute (ENP) will host “Emerging Trends and Next Practice Strategies for Multicultural/Generational Organizations China, India, U.S., Europe,” on April 7 with knowledge partner and site host the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (601 Lexington Ave. Floor 26, New York, NY). This innovative event is intended for C-suite leaders, business owners, senior level HR and talent professionals alike.
Esteemed leaders from global industries will offer insights on: emerging productivity and ROI trends within multigenerational/cultural organizations, new brain-based leadership applications, next practices in attracting/retaining top talent for global organizations, and improved collaboration & innovation in cross cultural workplaces.
Keynote speakers will include Phil Dixon, Founder and CEO of The Academy of Brain-based Leadership; Bob Zierk, Senior Vice President of Human Resources at DMH Global; Robert Horsley, Executive Director of Fragomen Worldwide; Hampton Dowling, Chief Operating Officer of HCB Group LLC; Sanjeev Joshipura, Founder and President of SJ Consulting; Mary Wadsworth Darby, Senior Director of the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business Americas; Michael Cadden, and Cathy Heyne, Managing Directors of Living Abroad LLC; and Robert Cormier, Group Director,Paramount Transportation Systems.
Doors will open at 11:30 a.m. EST. The session, with lunch included, will begin at 12:30 p.m. and conclude at 5 p.m. A reception will follow, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at AKA Central Park (42W.58th St ). To register, visit http://www.enpinstitute.com/events. For more information, contact the ENP Institute at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 888.857.9722.
About the Executive Next Practices Institute: The Executive Next Practices Institute (ENP) is an established mastermind organization comprised of several thousand middle market C-level and top functional leaders (CEO, CFO, CMO, HR, CIO, Board Directors) who meet to discuss innovative business and leadership strategies. Roundtable sessions are held with a strict non-solicitation policy to encourage leaders to interact, engage and think collaboratively, and to ensure maximum relationship-building. The group follows a “next practices” development method, which discards the status quo in favor of a more effective and relevant approach to today’s business problems and tomorrow’s solutions. For more information on the ENP, contact Executive Next Practices Institute President, Scott Hamilton, email@example.com or call 888.857.9722. For more information visit, www.enpinstitute.com.