At Boston Scientific, improving lives is what we do. We are dedicated to transforming lives through innovative medical solutions that improve the health of patients around the world. We are committed to finding new ways to make every day better for patients, their families and loved ones. The medical solutions we pioneer enable people to go on living the lives they love.
Asia Pacific (APAC) is an important growth region for Boston Scientific. The Global Leadership Development Program (GLDP) aims to systematically develop highly talented, diverse global leaders who are capable of leading the organization into the future and ensuring success.
GLDP provides a platform for you to develop general management and leadership skills through a combination of crucial job assignments and challenging international work experiences, stretching you beyond your comfort zone and developing you to your fullest potential.
Find out the importance of GLDP to Boston Scientific from
Warren Wang (SVP and President, APAC) below.
The GLDP is a cornerstone program for Boston Scientific Asia Pacific. The recruitment of graduate hires is an important part of building Boston Scientific’s pipeline of future leaders. We value and invest in the talents within our organization. Through the program, we are continually on the lookout for highly talented and diverse leaders who can contribute to the success of Boston Scientific in the future.
Warren Wang, SVP and President, APAC
Each year, a select group of GLDP participants undergo the following:
Commercial track &
Systematic development of talented, diverse global leaders
Training and job assignments in the U.S. and home country (APAC region)
A typical program timeline for GLDP participants successful in each phase will look like the following:
A world-class training
program combining traditional
Opportunities to build a
international network of
colleagues and contacts
mentorship from senior leaders
within the company
leadership potential review
Opportunity to gain
work experience across
with full mobility support
A Live Recruitment Webinar was held on the 18th September 2018, from 9.00am – 10.30am (+8 GMT). Please refer to the video below for a recording of the Live Recruitment Webinar.