The absence of leadership group activities is one of the most common methods of interviewing for many large multinational companies. In the case of a temporary group discussion, the participants were tested for emotional intelligence, teamwork, personality literacy, emotional control, expression, problem solving, analysis, and leadership.
The leadership group discussion of the Lushan Institute focused on the participants' abilities in language expression, logical thinking and teamwork. We will invite two to three guests with rich experience in the workplace and strong language skills to be judges every week, to guide and share the experience of the workplace! If you want to exercise communication skills, explore leadership, and accumulate interview experience, please participate in the leadership group activities of the Lushan Society!
Event Location:Fordham University (113 West 60th Street), the specific address after the registration notice.
Activity time:May 30 (Saturday) from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm.
ways of registration:Click on "Read the original" or "read more" in the bottom left corner of the article and you will be taken to the registration link.
1) The site gives multiple choices based on the theme, and the participants select three of them and explain the reasons for the selection.
2) Randomly assign a group discussion and select the team leader.
3) The group leader will debate and the members of each group will supplement it.
4) Observers observe the group discussion and the leader's debate process throughout the whole process, and give their own observations after the debate ends.
5) The judges score and give an evaluation based on the performance of each member.
Introduction to the judges:
CPA, MBA, with more than 15-year experience in China and the states. Currently works as senior tax accountant with Deloitte New York office. He holds BS in Info System from Peking University, MS in Accounting from Pace University and MBA in Finance and Marketing and MS in Taxation from Fordham University.
President/Director of American Reliance Green Technology Co., Ltd., founder/chairman of North American Chinese Technology Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Association, has led and worked in IT and green energy start-ups, and has accumulated rich management and management experience. Business people with strong business sense and leadership. In recent years, he has been a guest speaker at the China-US New Energy and Sustainable Development Forum and Conference, and has been invited to introduce China's economic development and business opportunities in business associations and chambers of commerce in the United States.
Graduated from the Fordham University Business School in MBA in 2014, majoring in public accounting. After graduation, he worked in the financial industry audit of Ernst & Young New York, one of the world's four largest accounting firms. During the study period at Fordham, he served as the fourth president of the International Student Association of Business School. He was the first president from mainland China since the establishment of the association. Before coming to the US to study in Shanghai, he worked in the field of financial risk management for four years and was familiar with the domestic financial environment and business operation mode.
1) All registered friends who participate in the event must be present on time! !
2) Please bring your own ID;
3) If you encounter any problems on the day of the event, please contact us in the WeChat Temporary Group.
All the speeches of the participants of the event do not represent the position of the school.
Lushan Institute –Make ideas more refined
Lushan Institute is a non-government, non-religious, non-profit public welfare organization organized by the people. The New York Lushan Institute has improved the participants' independent thinking and judgment through reading club activities. Based on the interest in reading, we share knowledge and insights and make friends who share our interests.
We currently organize free book clubs and non-leading group discussions in the New York area every week, at Columbia University or Fordham University.