The Engaged Leader - a Fundamental Pillar for Organisational Success

 Morning Session
0815 íV 0850 Summit Registration and Refreshment
0850 íV 0855 Welcome Address by Sing Tao News Corporation
0855 - 0915 Morning Keynote Address: Definition of Success - what's the aspiration of young people

Speaker: Hon Paul Chan
Legislative Councilor (Functional Constituency - Accountancy)
HKSAR
0915 - 0950 Featured Speaker: Why do you need a coaching culture?

Speaker: Mr. Tony Dickel
Chairman - Hong Kong
Institute of Executive Coaching and Leadership (IECL)
0950 - 1025 Featured Speaker: From a Pair of Hands to a Whole Man

Speaker: Mr. Stephen Lee
President
Peter F. Drucker Academy
1025 - 1055 Morning Refreshment
1055 íV 1130 Featured Speaker: What can we Learn from Organizations with Effective Performance Management Processes?

Speaker: Mr. Francis Chan
General Manager Hong Kong
Lumesse Hong Kong Limited
1130 - 1210 Strategic Insights Speaker: Managing and Developing Talent through Change

Speaker: Dr. Aidan Goddard
Chief Financial Officer - Asia Pacific
LíŽOccitane en Provence
1210 - 1250 Strategic Insights Speaker: Align HR & Business Strategies via Talent Management

Speaker: Ms. Huo Tuanjie Olivia
Head of Human Resources
Bank of China (HK) Limited
1250 - 1415 Lunch

 Afternoon session
1415 - 1445 Afternoon Keynote Address: Leading and Managing in Hong Kong Today

Speaker: Mrs. Ip Lau Suk Yee Regina
Chair
New PeopleíŽs Party
1445 - 1525 Featured Speaker: Empower Your Talents. Let Employees Voice their Future!

Speaker: Mrs. Carman Lam
Chief Executive Officer
PrinCorp Wealth Advisors (Asia) Limited
1525 - 1555 Afternoon Refreshment
1555 - 1635 Strategic Insights Speaker: Creating Engage Leadership Culture in Shangri-La

Speaker: Ms. Ong Eng Hwee
Director of Corporate Training & Talent Development
Shangri-La International Hotel Management Ltd.
1635 - 1655 Strategic Insights Speaker: Would you give up your dream work? íV HeadlineJobs Quality Workplace Index (2011 1st Half)

Speaker: Dr. Chung Ting Yiu Robert
Director of Public Opinion Programme (POP)
The University of Hong Kong
1655 - 1700 Closing Remarks