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HR Manager Interviewing for their "Dream Job"

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Imagine that you are interviewing for a dream leadership position in a global firm. (It may help you to identify a specific firm, industry, and leadership position. It can be fictitious if you'd prefer but will have more meaning if it is something you actually hope for in your future.) Before flying to corporate headquarters, you receive a request from the top leadership team. The team members ask to see a 10-minute PowerPoint presentation on:
Your concerns for the future.
Your preferred leadership theory.
An overview of your individual global leadership strengths.
Highlights of your plans to evolve your individual leadership skills.
Remember that you will want to tailor your presentation to reflect the particular firm, industry, and leadership position for which you are being considered.

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13 Slide PowerPoint with references and graphs attached in this solution. The presentation is represented from an HR manager's perspective in the context of interviewing for a Global HR Management position at a Fortune 250 company. This presentation is to be used as a template and guide for students who need examples for how to put together an MBA level presentation.

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