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Day 2 (Package B)

Management Lecture

Friday, 15 September 2017
(Senior Management and PMEBs)

Day 1 (Package A) | Day 2 (Package B) | Day 3 (Package C)

Programme Agenda
8 – 9 am Registration (Coffee and Tea served)
9 – 10 am

Guest-of-Honour's Address

Mr Chan Chun Sing, Secretary-General, National Trades Union Congress,

Minister, Prime Minister's Office

10 – 10.20 am

Collaborative Innovation: Socio-Economic Empowerment

by Patrick Teng

The focus of all big companies in the world today is how to unleash the economic potential of people towards the bottom of pyramid. The power of the crowd can be harnessed to educate, enrich and empower the individuals.

We live in the world where access and connectivity among people are very important. SIXCAP believes in collaborative innovation to co-create a better future.

In this talk, SIXCAP Founder, Chairman and Chief Dealer Patrick Teng discusses how a digital ecosystem can pave the way to socio-economic empowerment though the democratization of wealth, health, education and the creation of future jobs.

10.20 – 11 am Tea Break and Networking
11 am – 12.30 pm

6 Key Insights into High Performance Culture - Part 1

by Jamil Qureshi

What is it that allows some of the best teams in the world to maximise the talent in them? There are certain dynamics which allow the best team to perform at the highest level.

Based upon a 14 year study into the best performing teams, Jamil looks at the six essential requirements; CooperationCollaboration, Cognition, Communication, Challenge and Coaching needed for any team to excel.

He will also bring to life the ingredients of maximising potential through lessons from business and sport.

12.30 – 1.45 pm Lunch and Networking
1.45 – 2.45 pm

Delivering Happiness, the New Secret Ingredient to Get Results!

by Jenn Lim 

Delivering Happiness has evolved into the culture coachsulting company it is help businesses, hospitals and governments actualize their own sustainable culture for positive ROI. Today, Jenn is dedicated to growing DH to inspire happiness in people, companies and communities so that together, we can create a happier world. 

Learn how companies with a higher sense of purpose outperform others. Fifteen years of research show happiness increases every positive business outcome. “Your personal core values define who you are, and a company's core values ultimately define the company's character and brand. For individuals, character is destiny. For organizations, culture is destiny. (Tony Hsieh)” This is why Delivering Happiness exists, to change the way our world works.

Experience the story of Zappos and Delivering Happiness from co-creator Jenn Lim. Painted with personal life lessons and discoveries on the journey from Zappos to Delivering Happiness, Jenn will share the story of CEO Tony Hsieh and how Zappos became the thriving example of culture as a brand with its ‘happiness as a business model’.  Follow the story with, takeaways, tips and techniques, of how Zappos grew from a small business to several billions a year.    

What You Will Learn
•    How happiness as a business model equals profits, passion and purpose
•    Understand why culture is your brand and brand is your culture 
•    Ways to build company culture
•    Ways to enhance customer experience and engagement
•    Ways to increase employment engagement 
•    Actionable takeaways on why a values based culture

2.45 – 3.45 pm

Think Big. Start Small.

by Red Hong Yi

Red Hong Yi will take us with her through her journey from installations with global brands to well-known personalities. Red only began her career as an artist 5 years ago although her dream was to become one as young as she could remember. What held her back was the fear of failure, and setting an expectation so high it prevented her to begin to produce work. She will share about her mindset then, and how she started - with baby steps - to produce her first artpiece to build up the impressive portfolio of work to what it is today. Red will bring the audience through 4 to 5 of her projects, some which are personal to her. She will share her thought process before beginning - which usually involves big picture or visions for the project, experimenting in small scales, making mistakes, working with the proper resources around her, and then marketing the pieces in a way that would get noticed by people - and connecting with people who are interested in her art.

Red will conclude by leaving the audience with her secret to creativity - that there is no magic sauce. She has learnt that if she waits around for inspiration to strike, it will take too long. The secret is to start now, start small, even if it scares you - and eventually know that one day when she looks back, she’ll know that she took a big step forward.

What You Will Learn

  • Red's breakthrough as an artist
  • Having courage and embracing fear
  • Seeing our world differently through fresh, new eyes
  • Process vs Finished product
  • Leadership and art
3.45 – 4 pm Interval
4 – 4.30 pm
  • Panel Discussion by Joseph Alfred
  • Reach for the Stars with Nimble Feet on the Ground
  • Panellist : Jamil Qureshi, Jenn Lim & Red Hong Yi
  • This is the age where you will need artistic creativity and vision, even in a corporate setting, to paint the future that the organisation wants. No matter how small you are, you can reach for the stars by being nimble on your feet to make those small steps that will bring you to the summit of the mountain to realise your dreams.

    Corporate trailblazers inevitably challenge the dominant belief system and disrupt the dominant logic in businesses. They motivate and drive businesses to innovate and find their way out of their comfort zones to reimagine and reinvent their own corporate plans – not afraid to break the rules or challenge the status quo. This generates a corporate culture based on high performance.

    The emphasis in this culture is not on following rules and avoiding mistakes. It is on collaboration and vision; persistence and creativity. Individuals with a higher purpose bring organisations to the higher peaks of success. And none of this exuberance will probably be possible or sustainable if the organisation is not, by default, a happy organisation.

4.30 - 5.30 pm Reception and Networking
5.30 pm End

*The conference programme is subject to change at any point before or during the conference itself.