Thanks to Raja Noor Izzuddin for sharing this transcript of Townhall Meeting with Datuk Seri Idris Jala on "Transformational Leadership".
Sunday, January 30, 2011
Saturday, January 29, 2011
Thanks to Shu Wen and one of my loyal blog contributors for sharing these useful links.
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Friday, January 28, 2011
Thanks to Chi Hung for sharing these links.
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Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Thanks to Lenard for sharing this PEMANDU and TalentCorp session, which I believe 2 very passionate young Malaysians, Joyce Tagal and Atiqah would be there to share with you all!
Posted by Chen Chow at 9:10 AM
Monday, January 24, 2011
Starbucks Live & Inspire Featuring Wemel Cumavoo
Thursday, January 27 · 8:00pm - 9:00pm
|Location||Level 2, Starbucks Bangsar Village 2, Kuala Lumpur|
Hoping everyone had a great Taipusam last week. This week we are back again with another amazing guest speaker. Join us for more fun & discovery learning on Thursday!!!
SPEAKER: Wemel Cumavoo
TOPIC: Mobile - Start Small, Think Big
P A R T N E R S and S P O N S O R S
This series is made possible together with our sponsor ACCA and our partners Starbucks, Yayasan 1Malaysia, Borders Bookstores, IACT College, The Malay Mail, Bangsar Village, Campus Plus, JobStreet, Malaysia SME, KomunitiKini, Friends to Mankind and GEW
T h e S P E A K E R*
So who is Wemel Comavoo?
Wemel Cumavoo is co-founder and CEO of LTT Global Communications Sdn Bhd. He is a prominent businessman being in business for the past 30 years. This allows him to draw from a deep reserve of experience to provide insightful and creative solutions to business challenges. He sits on the Board of Directors of several companies ranging from education, resort to consumer products. In 2000 with the birth of the millennium, his interests in mobile and learning fascinated him, knowing very well this is going to be the next major revolution after the industrial revolution.
LTT Global Communications was formed and is among the initiators and pioneers of mobile learning globally. His entrepreneurial spirit, strong business acumen and visionary leadership has led to LTT Global being the recipient of several international and local awards.
He believes that Corporate Social Responsibility is part of any organisations' big or small contributions back to society. He is a Mentor for the Mobile Content Challenge since 2007, a program jointly organised by Maxis, Suruhanjaya Komunikasi dan Multimedia Malaysia (SKMM) and Kementerian Penerangan Komunikasi dan Kebudayaan (KPKK). He speaks too, at local and regional events.
His passion is to see all young entrepreneurs become thriving enterprises.
T h e S E R I E S
Holds a concept of "unconferenced" talks set in a casual "over coffee" environment. Every Thursdays, in a stint of an hour, we bring you bite size content, interesting and interactive sessions that add value to human potential and personal growth. The session focuses on the examples of ordinary people who have lived the extraordinary. It will highlight their work and accomplishments, personal struggles, strategies they used in striving to be more. These are people who live with a sense of being that inspires change, and directly influencing the evolution of the human spirit. It is about celebrating human potential.
T h e F L O W
Registration 7:00 pm onwards
8.00 pm: Welcome + Introduction + Coffee Talk
8.15 pm: Speaker Session + Q & A
8.50 pm: 9.00 pm: Lucky Draw + Close
W h y C O M E ???????????????????
1. Network with like-minded people
2. To have loads of fun and build friendship
3. Take the opportunity to meet the speakers in person
4. Get lucky with prizes! We've got lucky draws ranging from Starbucks merchandise to autographed CDs!
5. Create POSSIBILITIES for yourself.
6. Discover new perspectives, grow and evolve!
7. Because it's FREE!
follow us on twitter: http://twitter.com/liveandinspire and visit our series websitehttp://www.liveandinspire.com/series
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Thanks to Teck Eng for highlighting this!
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Tuesday, January 18, 2011
Thanks to Theng Ying for sharing on this Summer School for The University of Cambridge.
Posted by Chen Chow at 11:10 PM
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Sunday, January 09, 2011
Thanks to Adriene Leong for sharing on this Youth Exchange program. Adriene is another person who have been very dedicated to share with my blog readers and myself. Appreciate it!
Posted by Chen Chow at 11:23 AM
Thanks to a very dedicated anonymous contributor of my blog, who have a big heart for Malaysian youths, particularly on education. While he is based in US, he has supplied many very useful articles for the benefits of my blog readers and myself. Heartfelt thanks to him!
Posted by Chen Chow at 11:13 AM