Creating Talent Leadership in Different Contexts

About the course

This is the third part of the specialization «Global Talent Management» consists of three parts whereas each part will shed light on particular aspect of global talent management.

Part 3 will express specifics of talent management in different contexts. We will cover five contexts – Asia, Latin America, New Zealand, Central and Eastern Europe and Russia.

In this part our colleaugue  Laura Maclennan,  professor in Business at Centro Universitario FEI in Brazil continues conversation about talent management in Latina America, you also meet Snejina Michailova, Professor of International Business, The university of Auckland, Snejina will highlight talent management in small advanced economies (with Australia and New Zealand perspective).

The program «Global Talent Management » aims to  provide  theoretical and practical aspects  of  global talent management highlighting the role of  talented employees and human  capital at different levels of organizational behavior to ensure a firm’s sustainable growth,   innovative  breakthrough   and  competitive  advantage  in  global environment.  The program is intended as overview of global talent management approaches with focus on the creation and development of firm’s competitive advantage through people from strategic point of view in international business.

Nowadays every manager is talent manager as deals with people and teams despite professional/functional areas of employment. Talent management competence provides necessary conditions for effective leadership and performance results.

Course program

Module 1. Talent management in Asia

Module 2. Talent management in Latin America

Module 3. Talent management in Central and Eastern Europe and Russia

Module 4. Talent management in Australia and New Zealand

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Course's authors:
  • Fabian Froese
    Dr. oec., Ph. D., professor of HRM, Asian business and international business, University of Goettingen
  • Svelta Marinova
    Ph. D., professor of international business and marketing, Aalborg University
  • Maria Elo
    Associate professor (University of Southern Denmark), professor, BRIIB (Shanghai University), adjunct professor (Аbo Akademi University), senior research fellow (University of Turku), migration fellow (Migration Institute of Finland)
  • Laura Mac Lennan
    Professor, Ibirapuera University, Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • Snejina Michailova
    Ph. D., professor of International Business, University of Auckland, New Zealand
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2021 год