Talent Design for Future Leaders (5 weeks)

Course Code: TAL101
Day: Wed Time: 19:10-21:00 Hours: 10 Sessions: 5 Instructional Language: English Special Notes: 【This is a hybrid course that you can join either at our Tokyo campus or online via Zoom.】 Location: Hybrid, In-Person (Tokyo), Online

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Course Description

This course explores the future of talent development.What percentage of jobs will not exist in 5 years? In 10 years, which functions will be done by AI, and what skills will employees need to use these new technologies? Which countries will dominate customer networks and supply chains? How can we prepare to work with different national, gender and generational cultures? This course explores these and other talent design questions related to the future of work. Throughout the course, participants will explore global intelligence, agile learning mindsets, emerging tele-work practices, succession planning, and culture DNA profiling. The course will be of specific interest to HR professionals, mentors, coaches and training managers, but would also benefit anyone interested in their own personal and professional development.

Learning Objectives

1. What is Global Intelligence (GQ)?
2. How can I develop & practice an agile learning mindset?
3. What is emerging best practice in teleworking & futuristic employee engagement?

Who should take this course

HR professionals, mentors, coaches and training managers, those interested in getting ahead-of-the-curve in their own personal & professional development.

Professional Training Certificate Elective Course For:


No required textbook


Annette Karseras

Instructor Biography

Annette Karseras is a coach and trainer who develops leaders and teams at all levels of the organization from aspiring new talent to regional leads. She has trained with the Coach Training Institute (CTI), the Intercultural Communication Institute (ICI), Systems Coaching group in the Society for Organisational Learning (SOL), and is currently a member of ICF Japan and the Society for Intercultural Education, Training & Research (SIETAR). Annette completed her Masters degree at the University of Leicester, UK. Annette's courses focus on personal, professional and organizational change. Participants takeaway practical skills they can use 'tomorrow' & insights for strategic win-wins long-term. Based between the UK & Japan, she has worked with professionals from 50+ countries, uses working Japanese and legacy French alongside her mother tongue English, with-a-Welsh-lilt whenever the topic of rugby arises.