Rajiv states that one fit all approach certainly doesn’t apply to Philanthropy in the Asia Pacific, we need a fit-for-purpose philanthropy model in Asia to resonate with affluent families and corporate tycoons that dominate the region.
By saying that, relationships are extremely crucial in Asia and take a tremendous number of effort and time to foster, especially in the business world. You need persons with deep local relationships and cultural backgrounds to customize the approach of fundraising here with the reference to successful models from developed nations.
#1 International Best Seller Jim Harris is our featured speaker this month at Asia Insight Circle.
Jim speaks internationally at more than 40 conferences a year and his presentations and consulting work have helped companies anticipate change and adjust to and stay ahead of emerging market trends.
“Blindsided: How to Spot the Next Breakthrough That Will Change Your Business” is a #1 international bestseller, having hit the top spot on the Financial Times of London’s European Edition of Best Business Books. He is also the author of The Learning Paradox: Gaining Success and Security in a World of Change, which appeared on numerous bestseller lists, and co-author of national bestseller The 100 Best Companies to Work for in Canada.
Every executive dreads being blindsided; Learn how leaders can stay one step ahead of the game. Enjoy interactive networking.
The global pandemic is accelerating new technology usage at a heart-quickening pace. The impact of overnight adoption of remote working tools nearly waterboarded many companies, especially those who were not poised to pivot to a digital, remote workforce.
The impact upon our lives personally and professionally is palpable. Our overnight plunge into automation and reliance upon machines and technology to cover for our human frailty is opening a window from which we can see and “feel into” the future.
If marketing is about exquisite connection impacting decision-making then marketers take heed for the human-machine partnership has begun. The genie is out of the bottle. We won’t go back to the pre-SARS-CoV-2 world, but we can shape how we respond now and in the future, and we can shape how we create and leverage opportunities.
If you’re working from home, pour yourself a coffee and join this virtual seminar.
Tune into our Facebook Live session as we continued our focus on mental health and well-being during the #Coronavirus lock-down.
In Hong Kong, we continue to experience volatility due to the coronavirus outbreak and continued political unrest. The world that we live in is becoming more VUCA – Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous.
The key to being able to navigate the turbulent world we live in, no matter what external circumstances may present, is being able to maintain excellent mental and emotional balance.
Learn from Tony Dickel, CEO, Transcend International will share insights and strategies for managing in uncertain times.
Last Friday we hosted our first “Facebook Live” event at Asia Insight Circle. We wanted to reach out to members and friends to discuss a hot, trending topic. Here in Hong Kong we’re in the middle of the world’s largest “work from home” experiment. I called on former speaker Diana Wu David to speak about making a success of remote work.
Have you undertaken a Facebook Live? It’s super easy – and that’s what makes it harder! Setting up is super simple. Open a new post, and choose “Go Live.” Before you start you can add a title. That’s it.
Once you start, there is no one watching. Yet remember – most people will watch this in recording. We started with soft introductions and hoped the audience would build.
When we’re good, Diana and I are in a really engaged conversation. When we’re bad, we’re very distracted and jumpy from subject to subject. On replay the video doesn’t always show the full picture. Did you see the three kids working at the same dining table? Did you see the boys crawl – then slide – behind us to get from room to room.
Even without kids, there are distractions on the screen. You’ll see who’s watching and who has recently joined. Wave at them! Say hello. Viewers can post questions. My advice – agree which one will review questions. Both of you distracted isn’t great.
Use the audience questions to build rapport. You can see who is asking what – Hello Kevin Devlin! You can respond to each person’s question and mention their name. It’s wonderful transparency.
Consider the timing, also. We stretched our session to one hour. Perhaps it would be better at 25-45 minutes – like podcasts.
We’re going to try again this Friday, with advice for all us home-bound workers. During the Coronavirus quarantine it may benefit people to learn new techniques and skills.
Do watch the video and if you have further feedback, please let us know. Thanks – Walter