APAC Workforce Challenges
Although the Asia Pacific region represents an expansive part of the globe, gender issues are at the forefront in all of APAC — whether it’s the tension between South Korea’s growing anti-feminist movements and metrosexual expression, the disparity between an older Chinese generation raised to ignore gender and a younger Chinese generation that ostracizes women, or the violence against women in India.
FDP Global helps companies and teams who are located in, or working with, the APAC region understand how such gender issues relate to them.
Teams from extroverted cultures can feel a stark contrast in communication styles when working with teams rooted in APAC cultures. FDP Global also helps teams understand cultural nuances, such as how disagreements are expressed, which can go a long way in mitigating misunderstandings. We can also pave the way for recognizing and honoring differences, which can be challenging in cultures that prioritize collectivity and group harmony.
I am always impressed with FDP Global’s ability to understand controversial topics among global settings. The way they tailor their messages to cultural contexts enables leaders to engage openly. I appreciate how they customize the learning experience for disparate global audiences and create safe, non-threatening environments where senior global leaders feel comfortable sharing.
Why FDP Global?
As teams become more global, leaders must attract, innovate and grow through inclusive leadership development.
Our unique approach brings transformative change by helping insiders — those who’ve gained access to rule-setting through their birth circumstances — understand their impact.