Fostering Culturally Diverse Leadership and Migrant
Fri March 17, 2023
New Zealand 3 – 4:30 PM
As the war for talent continues, many countries are on the lookout for migrants to fill skill gaps. Further,
with the increasing focus of investors and employees on ESG (Environment, Social and Governance), it is
increasingly important that an organization’s leadership ranks are diverse. Companies, therefore, must
take different steps to attract, recruit and retain talent.
What are the steps that career counselors and career development coaches can take to better support the
careers of their aspiring culturally diverse leaders and skilled migrants? In this session, leveraging her
academic research and professional experience, Karen Loon will cover the following:
Diversity and inclusion
Identity and identity work
Factors impacting career advancement of culturally diverse leaders in cross-cultural organizations
Difference between the experiences of women and men
How organizations influence people at work
Fees: Cost for residents of high-income countries: $20 for members, $30 for non-members, $15 students; Cost for
residents of other countries: $10 for members, $15 for non-members, $7.50 students
Register here: https://asiapacificcda.org/eve.
Karen is passionate about ensuring that both women and those from culturally diverse
backgrounds are given the right opportunities to thrive within their organizations.
Combining her business and governance experience as Non-Executive Director (NED);
her 29 years working with the world’s leading financial institutions as a senior
relationship and assurance partner at PwC; her knowledge gained from leading change
initiatives in diversity; and her academic research in system psychodynamics, Karen
delivers research-based and yet practical advice to the organizations she works with.
Why Attend? To Build your skills to foster greater leadership for cultural diversity