~How to promote your projects, activities and products innovatively with limited resources?
~Are there differences in the leadership skills for voluntary organisations, NGOs or social enterprises and commercial firms?
~Do we need different leadership techniques for volunteers and paid staff?
For all kinds of organisations including commercial firms, NGOs or voluntary organisations, it is imperative to enhance the leadership of management in the face of ever-changing environments and challenges! Two successful senior managers with more than 30 years’ experience, Mr. Chong Chan Yau, from a voluntary organisation, and Mr. Sunny Wong, from an international fast-selling enterprise, will compare two different institutions’ management elements and leadership from different perspectives. Through a case study and sharing, participants can enhance their leadership skills in a quick and easy way. In addition, Ms. Jennifer Wong, who has been working in social enterprises for years, will share on her entrepreneurship.
Upon successful completion of the course, participants will obtain a “Certificate of Attendance”.
- Increased their sales revenue / donation amount substantially
- Promoted their organisational brands and projects in an innovative way
- Trained a group of committed volunteers or staff and overcame different challenges
- Expanded local programme successfully across Asia / within China
- Leaders, staff and volunteers of volunteer organisations, NGOs and social enterprises
- Start-up entrepreneurs and management of commercial firms
11 March 2017 (Saturday)
10:00 am to 1:00 pm (3 hours)
Cantonese supplemented with English
Mr Chong Chan Yau is the President of the Hong Kong Blind Union, Vice-Chairman of the Hong Kong Joint Council for People with Disabilities, Consultant of Dialogue in the Dark Hong Kong and Chairman of Carbon Care Asia. He is currently promoting social enterprises and civil society. Mr. Chong has served as an Administrative Officer in the Hong Kong Government and as an Executive Director of Oxfam Hong Kong. Mr. Chong received one of the Ten Outstanding Young Persons Awards in 1991, an MBE in 1995, the Poverty Alleviation Award from the China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation in 2004, and one of the Leader of the Year Awards 2011 (Community/Public Affairs Category) from the Sing Tao News Corporation.
Mr. Sunny Wong is an Adjunct Professor at HSMC, and Executive Director of Tibet Water Resources Ltd. He was Chairman of Carlsberg Greater China and then senior advisor to Carlsberg Asia from September 2011 to November 2014.Mr. Wong has more than 30 years’ experience in the China FMCG industry, of which more than 25 years’ experience was spent on the China beer market. He is described as “Presumably the Best Leader in the World” by HR Magazine (2008). Mr. Wong delivers talks on various topics to the government, business institutions and universities, including the “Leadership in Action” series of HSMC – EDC.
Ms. Jennifer Wong is the co-founder of Codekey Cookies and the Case Management Consultant of the Senior Citizen Home Safety Association. At the age of eight, she became blind, but this did not discourage her from living her life beautifully. Ms. Wong brings a wealth of experiences in helping clients who have experienced trauma, anxiety, depression, disabilities, relationship conflicts, personality issues, and phobias, etc. She has been practicing counselling since 2008. In the past years, Ms. Wong had been active in her local church community as a Fellowship Leader; she also volunteered in various organizations such as Women Support Network, to provide crisis intervention and counselling service to people who were in need.
Hang Seng Management College campus
Leadership in Action Series
|Leadership in Action I
Topic: “Taking People with You – Are You a Manager or a Leader” – Leadup Entrepreneur Series
Date: 21 July 2016, Thursday
Time: 6:30 to 8:30 pm
Speaker: Mr. Sunny Wong (Executive Director of Tibet Water Resources Ltd)
|Leadership in Action II
Topic: “What makes a Great Leader” – Covers International Management with highlight on How Leaders Lead with Varied Cultures
Date: 10 September 2016, Saturday
Time: 10:00 am to 5:30 pm
|Leadership in Action III
Topic: “Servant Leadership – Leadership with Heart” – Covers How Leaders should Act like a Servant and the Impact of Caring Leaders
Date: 28 October 2016, Friday
Time: 1:30 pm to 7:00 pm
|Leadership in Action IV
Topic: “Leadership in Differences – Leverage Diversity to Drive Leadership Success” – Covers Significance of Diversity Leadership, particularly when Women Leaders are dominating a Part of the Future
Date: 9 November 2016, Wednesday
Time: 1:30 pm to 7:00 pm
|Leadership in Action V
Topic: “Action leaders – Steering your Corporations in the right Strategic Directions” – Covers how 5Es and Essence of Change Leadership to Aging Corporations and New Set Up
Date: 18 November 2016, Friday
Time: 1:30 pm to 7:00 pm
|Leadership in Action VI
Topic: “Leadership for Volunteer Organisations – Who Cares and Leads Effectively” – Covers Essentials of Successful Leadership for Volunteers Contributing at Non-Profit Organisations
Date: 14 January 2016, Saturday
Time: 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Upon successful completion of above 4 courses of the Leadership in Action series, participants will obtain a Certificate in “Leadership in Action”.*
*Excluding Leadership in Action 1