The one-on-one mentoring provided in the program really makes the difference. Our clients are guided by a peer who has been in their shoes and succeeded on both sides of the Pacific.
Santa Monica, CA (PRWEB) June 02, 2015
Companies are frequently shocked when star executives fail to lead effectively in the first critical months after being sent to manage teams in another country. The problem is particularly acute for Chinese managers in the U.S. and for U.S. managers sent to China. A new program by Lighthouse Consulting Services aims to accelerate the time to success for relocated executives and their teams.
The Sino-Am Leadership™ program takes a multi-faceted approach to adapt the executive’s management style for success within a different culture. It provides individual coaching, guidance, and development to build and maintain an effective leadership style for American-led teams in Asia, and Asian-led teams in America.
“The one-on-one mentoring provided in the program really makes the difference”, according to Dana Borowka, CE0. “Our clients are guided by a peer who has been in their shoes and succeeded on both sides of the Pacific.”
The Sino-Am Leadership program is led by Roger T. Lu, a distinguished Chinese-American executive who has led teams and built businesses in China and the U.S. From offices in Taipei and Los Angeles Lu serves clients based in China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and the U.S.
Lu and Borowka collaborate to customize programs for each client. Through personal, one-on-one coaching the services teach clients how to:
- Navigate and embrace cultural differences,
- Developing confidence,
- Build teams,
- Develop a balanced focus that ensures success and fulfillment.
Since 1994 Lighthouse Consulting Services has helped organizations around the world boost the performance of their individuals and teams through precisely matching work style personalities to job requirements, and by implementing performance management best practices.
Additional information can be downloaded about the Sino-Am Leadership program and Roger T. Lu.