Mui Hwa Ng, Director of Consulting, Asia Pacific, Aperian Global
Venue : Stamford American Auditorium (AmCham Office, 1 Scotts Rd, #23-03 Shaw Centre)
Date : August 30, 2017
Time : 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
Price : $15.00
interactive talk will focus on addressing the communication challenges of
working in a culturally diverse and virtual environment.
How do these challenges impact business and what can organizations do to develop the global mindset of their employees.
Participants will walk away with key communication strategies to overcome these challenges.
About the Speaker:
Mui Hwa Ng
Director of Consulting, Asia Pacfic
Mui Hwa NG is Aperian Global’s Director of Consulting for Asia and is based in Singapore. Since 2000, Mui Hwa has successfully delivered a wide range of Talent Developmental interventions throughout Australia, North Asia, South East Asia and the United Kingdom. Mui Hwa has developed trainings for the fast moving consumer goods, banking, finance, pharmaceutical, electronics, manufacturing and educational sectors; both multinational corporations and small medium enterprises. These programs have focused on developing country-specific business skills, cross cultural awareness and competency, working globally, managing remotely, team-building, leadership development for high potential talent, communication, negotiation, diversity and inclusion.
Prior to Mui Hwa’s consulting career, she worked 15 years across Singapore, North Asia and the United Kingdom for three major international advertising firms, resulting in a regional role. Mui Hwa co-founded and conducted, "Assertiveness and Empowerment" workshops for working women in Hong Kong from 1995-1997. Mui Hwa has also been actively involved in developing and facilitating Fair Employment Practice workshops for Singapore’s Tripartite Alliance for Fair Employment Practices (TAFEP).
Mui Hwa is certified in Myers-Briggs Personality Types (Mbti), Workplace Big 5 and is well experienced in facilitating DISC Personality Profiling. She majored in Sociology and Linguistics from the National University of Singapore and holds a post graduate Diploma in Early Childhood Education from the United Kingdom.