Staying ahead of the Curve:
Shaping a Better Future through Driving Transformation
As we progress through this pandemic, our focus remains on adapting to new global change and creating better business efficiencies through business transformation.
Join us on Friday 28th August 2020 at 10.30am (Hong Kong time) for this webinar. To register, please click here
ConnectedGroup is delighted to present the following speakers:
Mr Gary Lo
Managing Director and Principal Instructor of Glo Consulting
Gary is a seasoned trainer and TEDx Speaker with extensive corporate experience. He spent most of his career working at some of the most admired Fortune 500 companies including LVMH, Apple Inc., Unilever, GlaxoSmithKline and Nestle, with a scope covering the Greater China & APAC region. He was the former Head of Marketing & Admissions for the HKUST MBA Programs, and now serves as a Guest Lecturer for the HKU SPACE Institute for China Business and Nielsen University. He is also an appointed career coach for top Universities in the region, where he has trained thousands of MBA and Masters students, professionals and corporate executives from all around the world.
He is a high impact presentation winner and has made over 1,000 public speeches in 30 different cities. He is also a Udemy Online Course Instructor with 50,000+ students globally. Various top-tier corporates have invited him as an instructor, including J.P. Morgan, Morgan Stanley, BlackRock etc.
Gary is an Internationally Certified NLP Master Practitioner endorsed by authoritative organizations such as ABNLP, INLPA, NLPU etc. Gary holds an MBA degree from the HKUST Business School and also a Mastering Design Thinking Certificate from the MIT Sloan School of Management.
To view Gary’s TEDx Speech: https://youtu.be/tO363JNneoA
Gary’s session topic: Driving transformation through Storytelling
Transformation begins with communication. To lead an organization, we need to craft effective messages and stories to build a connection with our team to drive both mindset and behavioral changes. In this session, our speaker Gary Lo will share some practical storytelling techniques to help us drive changes effectively.
Ms Angee Chan
Head of People & Culture, HK & Macau, Philip Morris International
Angee Chan is a passionate people activator who is currently the Head of People & Culture for Hong Kong & Macau in Philip Morris Asia Limited.She joined the company in 2017 as Manager, Management Organisation Development where she led the Talent Management & Development, Organisation Development, Talent Acquisition, Employee Engagement, and worked closely with the business to drive the exciting transformation in the Market and Regional Headquarter.
Angee worked with DBS Bank Hong Kong, the Kingfisher Group and Swire Beverages Head Office (Strategic Partner of Coca Cola) before, as HRBP and Specialist.Her last position with Swire Beverages was the Global Head of Talent & Engagement, focusing on strategic initiatives design & development, covering headcount size of 35,000 in Greater China and the USA.
Angee’s session topic: Driving Internal Transformation by Thinking Big, Starting Small & Acting Quick
To achieve the company’s vision of Smoke-Free future, Philip Morris is driving their product, external and internal transformation. In this session; our speaker Angee Chan will share how the team plays a vital role in internal transformation by enhancing the new ways of working, create a culture of employee engagement via various Inclusive & Diversity initiatives and transform Talent Acquisition process to enhance employee
Ms Rachael Orleans
Head of Business Change, Cigna International Markets Operations
Rachael is a seasoned Organisational Development and Change leader with extensive global experience.She has worked with Standard Chartered Bank, HSBC, Credit Suisse, UBS and Cigna International working closely with the business to drive change and transformation. She was the Head of Talent and Organisational Development for International Markets, with a focus on talent, succession planning, and change management.Rachael is also a qualified ICF executive coach.Rachael holds a degree in Marketing and Modern Language and a MCIPD profession qualification in HR and a MIT approach to Design Thinking Certification from the MIT Sloan School of Management.
Rachel’s session topic: Digital transformation and impact on culture
Digital transformation has not yet been simplified as we are still in transition and running the traditional and the new.We know technology drives transformation, but do many feel threatened by technology as they lose confidence in their competence and worthiness? Is resistance driven by fear? In this session Rachael will talk about how digital transformation and behaviors.