In today's diverse and dispersed workplace, leaders need to connect, break down barriers, and build trust. Maya Hu-Chan shows how the concept of "saving face" can help any leader preserve dignity and create more empathetic cross-cultural relationships.
Maya Hu-Chan is a globally recognized management consultant, executive coach, author, and speaker. Specializing in cross-cultural management and global leadership, she is the founder and president of Global Leadership Associates, a management consulting firm in San Diego, California. Hu-Chan was an anchor for the Broadcasting Corporation of China in Taiwan, former CEO of a nonprofit organization in California, columnist for Inc., and coauthor of Global Leadership- The Next Generation. She has trained and coached thousands of leaders from Fortune 500 corporations, nonprofits, and public sectors in North America, Asia, Europe, Australia, and Latin America.
"Maya Hu-Chan shares a blueprint for becoming a more empathetic,
self-aware, and inclusive leader. Saving Face guides us to
consider different perspectives, to think first and speak last, and
to respect others above all else."
--Frances Hesselbein, former CEO, Girl Scouts of the USA, and Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient
"Maya is an expert on instilling the confidence you need to
navigate cultural differences and, not surprisingly, does an
excellent job of guiding you through the process."
--Ken Wheatley, former Senior Vice President, Sony Electronics "If you are a leader, budding leader, or individual contributor or you just want to be a better human being, this book is for you!"
--Mike Howard, former Chief Security Officer, Microsoft Corporation