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Organizational Transformation Through the Implementation of a Corporate Leadership Development Program: A Case Study of CCU
Wednesday 06/20/2018 11:30 AM - 12:45 PM Add to calendar
1.25 SHRM PDCs | Competencies: Leadership & Navigation, Global & Cultural Effectiveness, Business Acumen | Intended Audience: Senior-Level
Workplace Application:
You will learn how CCU implemented a leadership development program and the impact this program had in transforming their organization.  

The need to adapt to competition and changing market conditions, as well as the preparation for the future of the company in a global market, led CCU to define a new corporate leadership culture for its companies. The project included the creation of a corporate leadership model based on CCU’s principles with a set of leadership competencies. Additionally, the definition and implementation of a leadership development program based on these competencies through all global operations were also created. This session will to help you decide how and if your company wants to develop/enhance a leadership development program by answering the following questions:

  • What leads an internationally operating company to adopt a radical change in leadership culture across different business units?
  • How do you align HR solutions and training methods with your business strategy to develop HR into a strategic partnership in this transformation?
  • How do you cope with cultural diversity across business units in multiple countries/locations during the leadership program implementation?
  • What strategies can you use to obtain internal key stakeholders buy-in and support?
  • How should the leadership and competency model be designed across the organization?
  • What metrics should be used to measure the program’s efficiency and effectivity across all global business units?
Javier Hermosilla Photo
Javier Hermosilla, CEO,
Cegos Latin America
Sebastian Teply Photo
Sebastian Teply, Consultant and head of operations,
Cegos Latin America