*Rating by Leadership Excellence for seven consecutive years.
Now in its 20th year, the Global Institute for Leadership Development® (GILD) is a proven, immersion-learning leadership development program known for accelerating the development of existing and future leaders. GILD was rated the #1 leadership program in the U.S. for 7 years and the Asia edition has finally landed!
Be wowed by the Global-Asia platform of high-impact speakers, and be prepared to dive into a five-day learning experience like no other. Learn to be the Ideal Leader who Inspires, Involves, Implements and Innovates into the future at GILD Asia.
GILD Asia is the perfect platform to learn, share, network and collaborate with hundreds of other leaders from Asia and around the globe. GILD Asia attendees will range from high-potential emerging leaders to seasoned C-suite executives. They include:
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Companies with active business operations in Singapore may be eligible to apply for Productivity and Innovation Credit (PIC) Scheme for GILD Asia. Click on Productivity and Innovation Credit Scheme to find more.
GRAND HYATT SINGAPORE 10 Scotts Road Singapore 228211
One of the leading five-star hotels in Singapore, the Grand Hyatt promises an exceptional stay. Experiencing all the city has to offer is easy with the hotel’s prime location at the start of Orchard Road, the city’s bustling shopping and entertainment district.
Please note that the hotel charges are not included in the Institute registration fee. Institute participants should contact Grand Hyatt Singapore directly to arrange for accommodations. A limited block of rooms will be available at a special event rate. Rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please make your reservation early.
Please note there are also several other five-star hotels within walking distance of the Grand Hyatt for accommodation purposes.
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As a gateway to Asia, a dynamic business hub, a gleaming city-state, and a modern metropolis, Singapore has always been the perfect venue to host exhibitions and conferences. Linkage also chose Singapore as the location for GILD Asia because of its easy access for global participants, world-class facilities and infrastructure, professional services, exclusive event venues and cool attractions, all in a rich and unique Asian setting like nowhere else. As a compact city, it is convenient to travel around Singapore. If you would like to further explore this city, you may go to www.YourSingapore.com for more information.
Payment: Full tuition must be received in US funds. Group reservations will be billed to the primary contact unless otherwise specified.
Cancellation: 50% of the Institute fee will be applied to any cancellation at any time. After 22 May 2017, cancellation of any and all registrations—including “no shows”—is subject to 80% of the Institute fee. After 12 Jun 2017, cancellation is subject to the full Institute fee. An organization may substitute one executive for another at any time at no charge.
Every day will likely leave you thinking, “…Wow, that was an intense day of learning and personal reflection on what I need to do to become an even better leader!” Each day, you’ll be challenged to think differently by world-class thought leaders, and in your one-on-one coaching sessions and learning team discussions. You’ll receive feedback, including insight from your coach on how your colleagues perceive you as a leader. You’ll network with other global leaders and share your perspectives during your small-group “Learning Team” sessions.
There are many things that set GILD apart from typical leadership conferences—here are a few of the key differences:
Learning teams are facilitator-led small groups (15-20 participants) that meet for two hours each day. During these sessions, participants discuss how to apply what they are learning from the faculty into their daily work lives to become better leaders. Linkage organizes each learning team so that people with similar years of management experience, similar scope of responsibility, similar learning style, and similar leadership challenges are grouped together—this pre-planning helps participants get the most out of the small groups and allows the development of lasting peer relationships.
Some organizations send a “cohort” of high-potential leaders or senior leaders and choose to keep them together through the GILD experience (called an “intact team”), while others elect to have participants experience GILD as individual leaders, dispersed among various learning teams. Both experiences offer valuable benefits. Ultimately, this is a choice you and your organization will make.
Linkage’s Leadership Assessment Instrument™ (LAI) is an 80-item online assessment. To complete the 360º component, you will nominate raters you would like to provide feedback (your manager, your direct reports, your peers, and others you believe would add valuable perspectives). The assessment takes about 20-30 minutes per individual to complete. Once you arrive at GILD Asia, you and your leadership coach will receive your confidential assessment results—no one else receives the results unless you decide to share them. The assessment provides valuable insight and awareness for you to know your leadership strengths and development areas.
Prior to GILD Asia, you will have an opportunity to select your coach from a diverse pool of leadership coaches, based on biographical information shared with you before you arrive. Your selected coach will introduce him- or herself before the Institute to schedule two one-hour, on-site leadership coaching sessions during GILD Asia. In these sessions, your coach will help you to understand your assessment results, and to jointly craft your Individual Development Plan (IDP). Four to six weeks after GILD Asia, you will virtually reconnect with your coach to discuss the implementation of your IDP, to monitor its progress, and to identify and/or modify next steps based on your current status. Additional leadership coaching, beyond the three one-hour sessions, is also an available option.
Though each session and GILD Asia faculty member varies, each will challenge you to think, behave, and motivate others differently with tools related to their particular area of expertise and competency.
The dress code is business casual. We suggest you bring comfortable shoes and dress in layers as each day’s program will move between rooms and the temperatures are likely to vary.
Please notify us at email@example.com if you have special dietary needs. Participants should also identify themselves to a member of the wait staff on-site at each meal.