Zsuzsanna Tungli, Ph.D.
For the past 26 years Zsuzsanna has been working in the field of ‘Global Leadership’. Her expertise includes areas such as coaching across cultures, global leadership and mindset, gender equality, virtual teams, diversity, global mobility, cross-cultural competence and leading with character. Her objective is to assist organisations, teams and individuals in becoming globally competent and responsible leaders. Her book, The Culture Key: The secrets of effective business communication between Asia and the West, addresses the key aspects of global leadership all employees interacting with different nationalities need in order to succeed.
Zsuzsanna’s work has spanned Europe, Asia and the United States in diverse industries, including energy, pharmaceutical, electronics, FMCG, financial, tourism and personnel services. In addition to her coaching assigments, she designed and delivered numerous individual and group corporate executive development programs, and has worked with leaders of multinational companies such as ExxonMobil, International SOS, Siemens, ABB, Kelly Services, Cummins, LEGO, Swarovski, Bosch, Commerzbank, Travelport and SingTel.
Zsuzsanna has taught at graduate and executive education programs at the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland, the Central European University in Hungary and Romania as well as at INSEAD, IMD and the Singapore Management University in the APAC region. She has been an invited lecturer at London Business School, United Kingdom. She is a regular speaker on international panels and company events. Earlier in her career Zsuzsanna worked as a financial and management consultant for Arthur Andersen & Co.
Zsuzsanna earned a Ph.D. in international business at London Business School, UK and completed her MBA in general management at the Bocconi University in Milan, Italy. In her first degree she graduated as an economist from the Corvinus University in Budapest, Hungary.
Zsuzsanna has lived and worked in a number of countries including Switzerland, Italy, the UK, USA and Thailand. Currently she resides with her British husband and two children in Singapore.