Leadership and Multi-National Companies Operating in China

Ms. Helen Yang, Managing Director of New Horizons Management Consulting Co., Ltd., and former Head of Asia Pacific, Dupont, discusses topics of leadership and the MNCs operating in China.

Applicants: 8

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Topic (s):

HR Management

About this course

This interview brings you insights on human resources management and team development. The key topics covered include the changes of macro environment in China, e.g. the expatriate leaders in MNCs, challenges for MNCs, processes for fostering unity, on the job training, localization in both ways, strategies of MNCs in developing in China such as changing competitive landscape and HR landscape etc. You will also hear suggestions as well as opportunities for those in early career stages.

What you’ll learn

  • Explore the changes for MNCs operating in China
  • Discover how a multi-cultural team cooperates and form a unified corporate culture of an MNC
  • Dive into talent strategies implemented in MNCs
  • Understand the changing competitive landscape and HR landscape in China
  • Discover the localization process and method in Human Resources management of MNCs
  • Understand the significance of effective communication

About the instructor(s)

Helen Yang

Managing Director of New Horizons Management Consulting Co., Ltd.

Lin Lu

Professor at Antai College of Economics and Management of Shanghai Jiao Tong University


  • Session


    Cross Culture Management in a Multi-National Company

    With stories from the speaker's professional experience in human resources management, this session talks about the challenges facing a multi-cultural team and offers suggestions on personal preparation, corporate training and team management.

  • Session


    Opportunities and Advice for Doing Business in China

    This session discusses the opportunities and possible solutions to the challenges of MNCs and offers advice on how to succeed in doing business in China both at an individual level and a corporate level.