Kris Wadia

About Kris Wadia

Kris Wadia is the creator of the proprietary model of Humanized Leadership. His career journey has ranged from successful entrepreneur to senior management roles in global corporations across 50 countries.

Real Leadership in Today’s Virtual World

 

REAL LEADERSHIP IN TODAY’S VIRTUAL WORLD
The EMERGING LEADERS NETWORK’s (ELN)  first ever Lunchtime Learning will take place on Thursday October 16, 12:00-13:00 ET.   The ELN is part of CIVIC ACTION, the Greater Toronto Civic Action Alliance.
As the working world becomes increasingly global and virtual in nature, it is important for emerging leaders to […]

HR Change and Transformation 2014

Kris Wadia will be Chairing a Peer-to-Peer Round Table at the HR Change & Transformation Conference on 15th October 2014 in London.
Speaking on the subject of Leadership across Multiple Cultures, Kris and the Senior HR executives who will be attending will cover what HR can do to successfully oversee international growth, acquisitions and transformations.
 The […]

ALIGNING TALENT DEVELOPMENT TO ORGANISATIONAL CULTURE

“Culture could eat strategy for breakfast”.    According to Keith Bedingham, CEO, Verax International, these words from the management guru Peter Drucker are as true today as they were when he wrote them some 20 years or more ago.

In other words, individuals and organisations ignore culture – “the way we do things around here” – […]

TALENT IN EMERGING AND GROWTH MARKETS

Leading HR practitioners are lined up to speak at a Conference on ‘TALENT IN EMERGING AND GROWTH MARKETS – Attracting, Developing and Retaining Talent in Non-Western Cultures’.

Scheduled to take place in Istanbul, Turkey on June 4th – 5th 2014, this important conference addresses the challenges faced in bringing a Western company to a non-Western […]

IT’S TIME FOR HUMANIZED LEADERSHIP

Ask any Leader in a global business organization how they define success and the answer is likely to include some combination of:

Thinning out an overflowing email in-box
Multi-tasking whilst attending back-to-back conference calls
Squeezing in a few minutes for personnel related problems that can’t wait until tomorrow

Unfortunately, none of these activities are likely to achieve one […]