Leadership & Integrity - The Price of Not Owning It (Kuala Lumpur)
|Date||16 July 2018|
We hope you can join us at the Intercontinental Hotel - Kuala Lumpur for the first leg of our Southeast Asia Tour!
Distinguished alumni, Tan Sri Datin Paduka Siti Sa’Diah Sheikh Bakir, will be holding a keynote session at the event about Leadership & Integrity: The Price of Not Owning It. All Malaysians no matter where they are will always remember the date 9th May 2018 as the day that saw Malaysians vote for change. From that date, Malaysia began undergoing daily radical transformation made possible due to the strong leadership available, as well as by the support of followers and citizens of Malaysia. In this keynote, Tan Sri will define leadership (elaborating on roles and challenges), discuss ‘Intelligent Leadership’ (by John Mattone) and ‘Wise Leadership (by Ikujiro Nonaka), introduce integrity and how invaluable a quality it is, before concluding on the need to teach the next generation good ethics and the merits of character.
You can also expect to hear an update on developments at Henley Business School and the University of Reading, reconnect with the local alumni network, and learn about the other international chapters across the globe to see how Henley is a truly international business school.
18:30 - Arrival, networking and light refreshments
19:00 - Welcome by Jean-Pierre Choulet, Director of Alumni and Development, Henley Business School
- Address by Dato Yap (MBA 1997), Chair, Henley Alumni Association Malaysia
- "Leadership & Integrity - The Price of Not Owning It" by Tan Sri Datin Paduka Siti Sa’Diah Sheikh Bakir (MBA 2007), Independent Non-Executive Director of KPJ Healthcare Berhad
19:45 - Panel discussion chaired by Professor Susan Rose, Director of Teaching and Learning, Henley Business School
- Address by Jean-Pierre Choulet, Director of Alumni and Development, Henley Business School
- Presentation of certificates
20:25 - Networking and light refreshments
21:30 - Event Close
Registration is free but booking is necessary and places will be allocated on a first come basis. Help us to further build and strengthen the local Henley Business School network by inviting a colleague to join us for the evening
Online booking is now closed, but please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you still wish to attend.