Events

Past Events

Boards Really Talking: Avoiding Common Pitfalls as a Director
Apr 3, 2019
22 Ann Siang Road, Singapore 069702

The People at Work will be holding its “Boards Really Talking” closed-door session entitled: “Avoiding common pitfalls as a Director“. This by-invitation-only session will be led by Prof Mak Yuen Teen, who was the founder and Director of the first corporate governance center in Singapore at the National University of Singapore.

Prof Mak has served on key corporate governance committees in Singapore developing and revising codes of Corporate Governance for listed companies and not for profit organizations. He is an active and passionate commentator, speaker, advocate, and author and is a much sought-after speaker and trainer in this region for his sharp insights, firsthand exposure in behind-the-scenes corporate tangles and straight talk!

Leading Change in a Fractured World
Oct 13, 2018
New World Hotel, Makati City, Philippines

The People At Work launched “Leading Change in a Fractured World” in Manila. Held at New World Hotel, Makati, the seminar was conducted by Harvard professor Dr. Dean Williams, a sought after leadership expert and successful author of two best-selling books, “Real Leadership: Helping People and Organizations Face Their Toughest Challenges,” and “Leadership for a Fractured World: How to Cross Boundaries, Build Bridges, and Lead Change.”

Do we know how leaders think or behave in different environments?
Jan 23, 2018
Stamford American Auditorium, Amcham Singapore

In this age of digitalization and globalization where constant change and chaos prevail and where information loses currency quickly, top executives are being challenged how they will arrive at critical decisions for their companies.
 
The Cognitive Process Profile (CPP) is an advanced assessment which focusses on learning and thinking processes which indicate a leader’s cognitive preferences and ability to make and act on decisions.  It provides valuable information which can guide the learning and development needs of key executives whether for building of high-potential talents, succession planning or retention of top talents.
 
The People At Work invites professionals from Human Resources, Talent Development & Management to an information session on 26 Jan at Stamford American Auditorium, Amcham Singapore at 8.45–10.30am.  Join us for a lively discussion with psychologists from the company that developed the CPP who will share their knowledge and case studies.
 

From CFO to CEO
Oct 12, 2017
Conrad Centennial Hotel, Singapore

If you are a CFO who aspires to be a CEO, you may have heard that in order to land the top job, you should first seek to augment your financial expertise with operational experience. That sort of advice isn’t wrong but it is an incomplete view of what will truly help you. This half-day workshop will offer you invaluable insights and change the way you think about how you can prepare yourself to become a CEO.

Business Unusual
May 28, 2017
Manila

Themed “From Winners to Champions”, this Business Unusual workshop has been developed for top business leaders like you and we look forward to have you join us for a powerful session which will deliver exciting insights and perspectives on how you can develop champions in your organization.

Jim Lafferty, current CEO of British American Tobacco, renowned international speaker, former Olympics sports coach and a seasoned leader of other successful companies including P&G and Coca Cola will lead this session. He will focus on how individuals and teams can transform from winning sometimes (“Winners”) to winning consistently, time and time again (“Champions”). He is a much sought after global speaker and has delivered high- impact talks in the USA, Middle East and Europe.

We hope to see you at this special function where you will also have excellent opportunity to meet your counterparts in other major companies. As we have limited seats for this event, please kindly respond by 28 Apr. This event is strictly by invitation only and we regret it is non-transferable.