Speaking & Seminars

Next Event: Master of Ceremony (MC) at Singapore Project Management Institute’s Regional Symposium 4-5 October 2012 at Marina Bay Sands.

Receiving the ‘Thought Leader’ Award at the Guts to Change held by the World HRD Congress in Mumbai India on June 30th 2012.

With the Ministers of Education from Bhutan and Bangladesh and Colin Poulson-Thomas my fellow Awardee

Joanne and her audience in a lively discussion during a live seminar: laughter with 90 CPAs in May 2012. Seminars that put the power of the Systems of Success into the hands of those that run projects, manage teams of project managers and sponsor project investment with DFS, Manualife, DBS and Abacus as they ‘Fight Project Failure’.

At recent events:

The cost of accepting failure at the Association of Professional Speakers in Singapore, April 2012.

The professional challenge for change management at Cite University with graduates from HEC and Oxford, March 2012 with Meg Wheatley. Meg focused on ‘Lost’ her new book and the perspective that until we admit we are lost, it’s not possible to do anything. My session focused on Healthchecking our change process so that it really (as in actually) works.

At Cite University for the Change Leader’s March 2012 Conference

 

Sharing ideas with Daryl Conner in Washington DC in February 2012.

Presenting to professional associations around Asia:

  • Asian Banker Summit (ABS), 2011
  • Project Management Institute (PMI), 2011
  • Association of Change Management Professionals (ACMP), 2010
  • Information Security and Control Association (ISACA), 2012
  • OSS/BSS, 2012
  • Business Analyst Congress, 2012

Inspiring leadership and innovation in Asia 2.0 at Qi Global following in the footsteps of Geshe Michael Raoche in 2011.

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