During Academic Year 2013-2014, the Wake Forest University Center for International Studies is collaborating with offices and academic departments across campus, including the School of Business and the Office of Personal and Career Development, to host speakers from a myriad of different work and life perspectives regarding their experiences with the need for intercultural skills in a globalizing world. Our goal is to explore intercultural skills “in motion” as well as the value that individuals possessing such skills bring to an organization.
Upcoming speakers in the “Intercultural Skills for Global Leadership” speaker series include:
Eagle Rock Partners, LLC
Wednesday October 23, 5:00 – 5:45 pm
ZSR Library Auditorium (room 404)
How can you prepare yourself today for the global marketplace of the 21st century? What are some of the knowledge, skills and attitudes you should be developing as you prepare to enter the work force or attend graduate school?
Ken Loeber has spent the last 23 years working with global corporations in developing their office buildings, factories, and laboratories. As Global Chief Sales Officer for CBRE for seven years, he had global responsibility for working with clients from numerous countries and sectors. Over the years, he has helped develop 24 million square feet of office, industrial and retail space. View the flyer here.
Center for International Studies, School of Business, and the Office of Personal and Career Development