Leadership is about enabling people to achieve results in a world that is increasingly complex and constantly changing. Leadership is embedded in every one of us, and the key is creating 'leaderful' organisations, where people's passion can be expressed in their work. SBF is pleased to have invited Mr Michael Jenkins to share his experience and research on the topic of leadership.
- Sharing research findings on organisational development and leadership development evaluation studies
- Roffey Park's approach to organisational development and leadership development
- Roffey Park's planned approach for offering these services to Singapore business and tailoring services to reflect the needs of organisations in Singapore
- Leading and managing multicultural teams
- Coaching; establishing internal capabilities within organisations for leadership development/
||Presentation by Mr Michale Jenkins
Question & Answer Session
(*Programme is correct at time of print.)
About the speaker:
Mr Michael Jenkins spent five years in Singapore as Managing Director and Vice President of the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) Asia Pacific. Michael wrote several books on Japan and the Japanese language and in 1993 went to Australia on a Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Fellowship to research the training of Japanese and English interpreters. This resulted in the establishment of the UK's first MA in Interpreting and Translating for Japanese and English, and Chinese and English. In 1999 he joined INSEAD, based in France, as Regional Director for Japan and Korea. After two years, Michael transferred to Singapore to become Director of INSEAD Executive Education Asia before moving to set up CCL's Asia Pacific headquarters and establishing CCL in India in 2009. He regularly contributes at conferences on leadership related topics and has a keen interest in leadership in a global context
CEOs of SBF Members are strongly encouraged to participate and network at this high level talk.
As there are limited seats, CEOs that are keen will have to register early to avoid disappointment.