Your quiet domestic company has suddenly gone global overnight. A new strategy has launched an international subsidiary while a new acquisition was just announced in Asia. Now you need to integrate these new businesses into your business continuity and crisis management program while evolving your team to lead a global program.
What do you do?
In this session, you’ll learn successful strategies and leadership used by other companies to lead through similar globalization efforts.
Specific topics discussed will include virtual teams, governance, acquisition integration, international certifications and standards, and global uncertainty. We’ll also discuss how to transition to global leadership and tactics to help your team adapt to a global work environment.
You’ll leave with new concepts, strategies, and practical tactics that you can apply in your company.
- Global leadership requires an evolution of a leader's thought process
- Developing your global leadership skills will help advance your career
- International growth and acquisitions are become more prevalent
About Bryan Strawser
Bryan Strawser is founder, principal and CEO at Bryghtpath LLC, a strategic advisory firm he founded in 2014. He has more than 25 years of experience in the areas of global risk, business continuity, disaster recovery, crisis management, intelligence and crisis communications.
At Bryghtpath, Strawser leads a team of experts that offer strategic counsel and support to the world’s leading brands, public sector agencies, and nonprofit organizations to strategically navigate uncertainty and disruption. He holds a bachelor of science degree in criminal justice administration from the University of Phoenix and a masters of business administration from the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management. He is a graduate of the National Preparedness Leadership Initiative program at Harvard University’s JFK School of Government.
Strawser is currently a postgraduate student in the Department of War Studies at King’s College, London and a senior fellow at Auburn University’s Center for Cyber and Homeland Security.