UGM working with Asialink Leaders Program again in 2014

Since 2002, UGM has partnered with Asialink at the University of Melbourne, the ANU, the University of Sydney and PwC to deliver a prestigious Leaders Program, run part-time over one year in both Sydney and Melbourne. From 2014 the Asialink Leaders Program will also be running in Brisbane.

Asialink is Australia’s leading center for the promotion of public understanding of the countries of Asia and Australia’s role in the region. It is an initiative of the Myer Foundation and Sid Myer is Chairman of the Board.

UGM is proud to deliver those program modules designed to equip participants with the cultural and strategic insights for effective engagement with Asia. The Program’s aim is to produce a regional network of Asia-literate leaders, representing the corporate, government and not-for-profit sectors.

Learn more about the Asialink Leaders Program.


If you would like a cultural module in your leadership program call us now on +61 2 9964 9861 to discuss your requirements.

UGM adopts an evidence-based, cultural intelligence approach to the related issues of cultural diversity, cultural awareness and international business. This develops an Asia capable workforce as well as one which is culturally competent in global settings. We focus on the cultural competence needed to implement strategic plans. This involves developing specific intercultural (or cross cultural) skills to behave effectively and appropriately in relation to cultural differences. It may also include consideration of unconscious bias and building inclusive cultures.

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