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Aperian Global Co-Founder on Leading Effective Global Teams
 
Rambøll's Scott Wilson (left) with Aperian's Ekaterina von Gertten and Ernest Gundling
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"Global team leaders need to have an open mind to overcome difficulties related to both conscious and unconscious bias. To open your mind, and succeed as a leader, you have to find your crucible - challenge your own assumptions and get out of your comfort zone.”

That was one of the recommendations from Dr. Ernest Gundling, lecturer at UC Berkeley and Co-Founder of talent management consultancy Aperian Global, at AmCham's “Leading Effectively Across Distance & Culture” event, held at Rambøll's HQ, on April 10.  

In his keynote, Dr. Gundling shared best practices on developing effective global teams – where leaders recognize and support individual differences, and see these differences as a positive asset.  

Following the keynote, Aperian’s Director of Consulting, Ekaterina von Gertten, did a mini-workshop challenging participants to reflect on their own bias, as well as discuss the ways they work to bring disparate team members together.

The session culminated in a panel & Q&A session moderated by Dr. Gundling, where executives with global team responsibility were asked to share challenges and best practices in their own operations. Executives included: Scott Wilson, Global HR Director, Environment & Health, Rambøll; Tisha Boatman, Managing Director, Siemens Healthineers and Gladys Røddick, Global HR Business Partner, HBK.

To see Ernest Gundling's presentation, click here.
To see Ekaterina von Gertten's presentation, click here.

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