The Advisory Committee is expanding the market for peer-to-peer advisory principles with innovative structures, virtual tribes, and 1:1 meetings, connecting thousands of executives and leaders with world-class talent, technology, and innovation.

Executives receive a dedicated advisor profile, listing in our directory of available advisors, and can immediately join all virtual tribes. 

Submit your profile to become an advisor on GCRI and unless there’s a conflict of interest, you’ll receive a welcome letter to join the Advisory Committee.

As our network continues to evolve, so do our committees and management’s expectations to stay committed. We shall acknowledge that on the global stage, approaches will not be the same for all. One of our challenges is providing an environment that will be pleasing to the “millennial” generation while supporting previous generations through advisory, training, and mentorship. GCRI responds to the modern-day challenges by finding a balance between talent and expertise through decentralized virtual tribes. Virtual tribes inspire creativity and innovation and enjoy the support of GCRI’s Advisory Committee. Our advisors act as the initial points of engagement for tribes to gain ideas of achieving sustainable results in strategic planning, allocation of resources, and use of technology, among other best practices of leadership and management. Advisory Committee members can accelerate sustainable innovation and help local leaders acknowledge the global economy’s salient aspects and the issues affecting their business environment.

GCRI Advisor will evaluate the global dimensions of a business that affect business operations regarding policies, laws, finances, management, and marketing, among other aspects. Advisors will also discuss the application of ethical principles to leadership decision making tactics. Demonstrating ethical leadership will allow the organization the opportunity to perform at its highest potential. The more confident leaders are about their decisions, the more cooperative they will be in their work performance. Business leaders should be aware are all times of their Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) standing, level of competition in the global market, change in customer demands, and the impact of the organization as a whole. Therefore, an organization’s management must have a global perspective on managing risk and fostering innovation by understanding social, political, economic, and technological factors that the organization has no control over.

At a macro level, the global business environment needs to coordinate business to business engagement to create competitive advantages for a multi-domestic strategy (think local, act local), global strategy (think global, act global), and transnational strategy (think global, act local). The transfer of technology, skills, human, and capital resources can only be effective if business enterprises can coordinate and collaborate, especially when they share common interests in a given industry. Such coordination ensures that these organizations set industry accreditation standards to inspire quality practices and training to give consumers value and agency.

The Advisory Committee, as a collective, acknowledges that the international business environment requires organizations and their leadership structures to formulate philosophies consistent with the values of a specific market or region while respecting the cultural diversity at the global level. The global business must leave to the fact that the fast-changing technology affects companies’ overall performance. Therefore, the most significant challenge that managers and business leaders face today is to continuously align their structures, policies, and strategies to benefit from the immense technological applications.

Additionally, an understanding of the political structures is critical to an organization’s operations in any market. It highlights the aspects of governance, how to engage government agencies and processes, interpretation of the government policy, and government intervention in business. Realistically globalization requires more than some form of business knowledge and understanding to manage a business successfully. It is beneficial to have skills, talents, and the ability to manage staff or business, but interpreting the legal ins and outs for satisfactory operation is necessary. The evolutionary nature of the current business environment requires organizations and their leadership structures to understand the essence of their engagement and the need for a global perspective.

Advisory Committee stimulates cross-functional and cross-organizational collaboration by making teamwork and collaboration top priorities of management. Our advisors simplify digital transformation by reducing boundaries and barriers between and around units, thus eliminating bureaucracy and organizational complexity for optimal results.

Advisory Committee supports leaders with load balancing long-term focus and short-term focus to create sustainable and resilient organizations. Our advisors help social and corporate leaders set clear, ambitious, measurable, and achievable goals that raise aspirations and innovations, processes, and services, thus always creating new competencies.

Advisory Committee maintains trust relationships with people on all organizational levels by valuing loyalty, intelligence, diversity, and leadership. Our advisors create and maintain individual relationships with first-line managers/leaders, encouraging belief and trust in others, and treating people fairly. Managers of excellent organizations are honest, decisive, action-oriented, performance-oriented, practical, self-confident, and have a healthy leadership style.

Advisory Committee helps leaders establish clear, healthy, and meaningful core values while ensuring they are operational at the local level and responsive to challenges globally. Our advisors help leaders overcome bias and only make commitments aligned with the core local and universal values as essential ingredients of achieving sustainable high performance.

Advisory Committee helps social and corporate leaders create a leadership philosophy in their organization by investing in work, training, and knowledge mobilization. The more education and training are given to employees, the more effective they will be to the organization, local communities, and global societies. An effective training program should address multidisciplinary challenges and minimize alienation, anxiety, and turnover while boosting engagement and rewarding novelty.

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