AmCham Workshop Series featuring Center for Creative Leadership: The Woman Leader, Aug 30-31

Rina Tan, Associate Faculty, Center for Creative Leadership; Vandana Vishnu, Faculty, Center for Creative Leadership; and Sophia Zhao, Research Scientist, Center for Creative Leadership

Venue : Stamford American Auditorium (AmCham Office, 1 Scotts Rd, #23-03 Shaw Centre)

Date : August 30, 2016

Time : 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Price : $3130.00

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AmCham Workshop Series featuring

Center for Creative Leadership: 
the Woman Leader

AmCham is pleased to announce the third in our new series of professional workshops.

the Woman Leader (tWL)®

tWL® is a 2-day program that kick-starts the learning journey specially designed for women leaders. This initiative aims to create a sustainable community of mentors and mid-career women who will inspire and challenge each other to evolve into purposeful leaders.

With new perspectives and mindsets gained, tools and skillsets acquired, and behaviors recalibrated, each participant will be challenged to form her unique
identity as a woman leader and identify a unique leadership purpose. This is how she can bridge the gap between her intentions and the impact she can have on her workplace, family, community and more. 

Details of the Workshop:

Date: Tuesday & Wednesday, August 30-31, 2016
Time: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Price: S$3,130 (including GST)

Target Audience:
  • Mid- to senior-level women managers with 8 to 15 years of work experience.
  • Women leaders with high potential who aspire to be more and to increase their circle of influence and impact.

2 Pax or more from the same organization - 15% discount off total registration fee

To register, please email Has Basari at

Please click here for more information on the workshop.

About the Speakers:

Rina Tan

Associate Faculty

Center for Creative Leadership

An associate faculty of CCL since 2006, Rina has her own leadership consulting practice. Prior to setting up her own practice, Rina worked with Saatchi & Saatchi in their headquarters in New York as Organizational Development Director where she designed, directed, produced, and implemented performance solutions for the network. Her experience also includes working in the UK with a leadership consulting company, designing and facilitating leadership development solutions for global clients in various industries. Rina has consulted with various organizations across industry sectors and has extensive experience working with senior leadership teams and executives in Europe, North America and Asia. 

To view Rina’s complete bio, please click here

Vandana Vishnu
Center for Creative Leadership

Vandana, a facilitator, coach and consultant in the area of Leadership Development with 17 years of experience, has worked closely with clients to design & deliver high impact leadership interventions. Her client engagements span manufacturing, engineering, banking, telecom and services sectors. The strength of her work with client organizations lies in following a partnership approach that leads to deep and longitudinal engagements, to shape people development.

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Sophia Zhao
Research Scientist
Center for Creative Leadership

Prior to joining CCL in 2010, Sophia’s job mainly focused on research and teaching. Her research interest spans across three fields in management and organization: organizational behavior (micro organizational behavior), organizational theory (macro organizational behavior) and human resource management. The research topics that she has examined include: career development, social support and support seeking, work-related stress, work-family relationship, family business groups in Asia, HR outsourcing and computer mediated communication.  The research findings were published in prestigious academic journals and/or presented in top-tier conferences.

To view Sophia's complete bio, please click here

Program Outcomes

By applying the lessons of tWL®, the woman leader will:

  1. Gain clarity on her identity as a leader and a woman – by combining the best of who she is as a woman with the leader she aspires to become
  2. Discover the ‘You’ difference – by choosing to practice behaviors that are congruent with her values and improve her leadership effectiveness
  3. Develop skills for communicating with authenticity and clarity in order to influence others at every level within her organization and her external stakeholders
  4. Create a plan for building networks and a community of practice that enables her to meet her leadership and career goals
  5. Understand the importance of resilience i.e. the need to practice techniques for sustaining physical, social, mental, spiritual and work-life balance

We look forward to seeing you there!

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