|Date:||15 September 2022 (Thursday)|
|Time:||7:00pm – 9:00pm|
|PDU:||2 (Technical Stream: 1, Leadership : 1)|
|Speaker:||Ms Emily Ho|
|Fee:||PMI HK Member: HKD 180|
Non PMI HK Member: HKD 280
|Remarks:||As a prevention measure against the spread of COVID-19, The seminar will be delivered online with Zoom (Guideline). Please contact PMI HK admin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 2784 1880|
About the Topic:
1. Setting the scene: The art to manage up, manage peers, & manage down
2. Striving towards goals: Mastering the key of constructive feedback
3. Celebrating success: Effective use of recognition & set scene for next success
About the Speaker:
Ms Emily Ho
Emily is a Professional Trainer, Coach, Senior Talent Management Consultant, and Registered Organizational Psychologist. She has over 15 years’ experience acting as business partner in in-house HR and Talent Management Consultancies. Serving APAC region, she provides professional service in talent acquisition, training & development, succession planning, and managing organizational changes, across different industries, including but not limited to banking and finance, tourism, logistics, property.
She is also currently the District 89 Director at Toastmasters International managing HK, Macau and Southern China. Toastmasters International is a non-profit educational organization that teaches public speaking and leadership skills worldwide. She has joined Toastmasters since 2015 and achieved Distinguished Toastmaster in 3 years, which is the highest individual recognition in Toastmasters. She has also achieved distinguished educational and leadership awards recognized by Toastmasters International and won over 30 speech contests in recent years.
Remarks: Please fill in the required information and submit. A confirmation letter will be sent on 25 July 2022 (Monday) to all successful applicants. If you have any inquiries, please contact us at 2784 1880.
Reminder: As a courtesy, audiences are recommended to stay till the end of the seminar. PMI Hong Kong Chapter may consider not issuing PDUs to members if their attendance is less than 75% of the session.