RGI believes that International Executive Development should be a feature of any transformation, turnaround and revenue growth project. In most cases, executives and rising managers respond very quickly to effective mentoring. The payoff is enormous.
RGI's Managing Director, Bob Fonow, is a globally experienced cross-cultural executive with a suite of programs designed to mentor international executives on the operations, business and social requirements for international success. Examples of RGI mentoring includes:
* Hong Kong: the female general manager of a large legal services membership organization
* Beijing: male executive in a large European mobile telecoms company requiring improved decision making skills
* Tokyo: a mid manager who became the senior woman manager in Japan's telecom industry
* Zurich: A woman manager now in charge of digital distribution in a major Hollywood film studio
* Shanghai: a woman manager who became a senior New Zealand trade official
* London: an entry level manager who became a top private equity executive
* Iraq: several key executives currently in charge of Iraq's successful telecoms and IT infrastructure
* China: a young woman manager being coached to run an international enterprise in Asia
In addition to executive mentoring, RGI's Beijing Mao Rui subsidiary offers several programs for Asian middle managers and director level executives that are practical and functional additions to formal education credentials.
Programs include improved business communications, international sales and marketing, presentation skills for conferences and seminars, speaking up in international meetings and video conferences, and courses in business English. Each course is tailored to the specific requirements of the managers, for example, in preparation for a forthcoming exhibition or conference, or an important negotiation.
Chinese company executives, and sometimes the local personnel of US and European ventures in China, often haven't had the communications training and management experiences available to their foreign counterparts. As a consequence, Chinese representatives are not always able to get their management message across with the effectiveness of more highly skilled and trained competitors.
RGI's Beiijing Mao Rui programs help rising managers and executives achieve the business and communications confidence necessary for international success.
Copyright Revenue Growth International Ltd., Septemer 2018