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Make sure you are fully utilizing the talents of all members of your team by recruiting and empowering a diverse and inclusive workforce.
Learn what you can do personally to make a difference!
According to ManpowerGroup, women make up more than 50% of the global workforce, but less than 25% of women have senior leadership roles. Dr Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Chief Talent Scientist, ManpowerGroup shared: “There are three popular explanations for the clear under-representation of women in management, namely: (1) they are not capable; (2) they are not interested; (3) they are both interested and capable but unable to break the glass-ceiling: an invisible career barrier, based on prejudiced stereotypes, that prevents women from accessing the ranks of power.” What should be done to overcome this gender barrier for better organizational performance?
- Find out why companies and organizations should promote female leaders
- Identify the obstacles to closing the gender gaps and programs to overcome them
- Actions to be done to unleash the power of women leadership
Who Should Attend:
This hybrid virtual event is ideal for Business Leaders, Executives in Human Resources, Talent Acquisition as well as Learning and Development. It is also useful for professionals dealing with change management, organizational development, strategic planning and talent management.
|8:15 – 8:45 AM||Welcome and registration|
|8:45 – 9:05 AM||Presentation by Ms. Carine Rolland, People & Culture Director, Asia Pacific & Middle East, ManpowerGroup|
|9:05 – 9:15 AM||Presentation by Ms. Uyen Ho, Director, Global Public Affairs, Intel Products Vietnam & Malaysia.|
|9:15 – 9:25 AM||Presentation by Ms. Linh Thai – Investor, Mentor, and Mother.|
|9:25 – 10:15 AM||Panel discussion and Q&A|
|10:15 AM||Event ends.|
AmCham Members: VND 650,00
Non-members: VND 800,000
AmCham Members: VND 200,000
Non-members: VND 350,000
|Reservations/cancellations must made on-line or by email. We are unable to accept reservations/cancellations by telephone.|
People & Culture Director, Asia Pacific & Middle East, ManpowerGroup
Carine has deep experience over 20 years as a Talent Management and HR functions professional, specialising in the field of People and Culture. Having worked across leading global organizations, multiple industries, lived and worked in five different countries across Europe and APAC, Carine carries a deep understanding on design & implementation of Talent Acquisition, learning & development strategies, leading complex HR transformation, enhancing performance management frameworks, proven capability in implementing change initiatives, as well as harnessing coaching and mentoring programs to help build strong talents across multiple domains.Carine joined ManpowerGroup in 2019 as Head of People & Culture for APME region, covering 11 countries with over 4000 employees and focuses on designing and deploying advanced HR strategies to drive the growth and talent agenda. She also has strong experience in workforce solutions industry, having previously worked with The Adecco Group and PageGroup.Graduated from European Business School and with a Master’s degree in International Business, Carine’s passion and key focus is on attracting, developing, engaging and managing talent and her objective is to increase employee engagement, build strong and diverse succession pipelines, develop robust leaders and while helping organizations to transform and innovate.Carine currently resides in Australia and is mother of a 6 year old girl.
Director, Global Public Affairs, Intel Products Vietnam & Malaysia
Uyen Ho has been with Intel Products Vietnam since 2006 as the first senior Vietnamese manager sitting in the management committee. Since Intel is the biggest high-tech US investor and the first mover of this industry in Vietnam, her primary responsibilities at Intel focus heavily on Government Affairs, Media Relations, Education Transformation and Corporate Social Responsibility. This role is seen as the Intel’s voice and image to external stakeholders to assure the successful ramp of the $1B factory project.Uyen Ho has over 20+ years of working with US~VietnamGovernment entities from central to local levels. She manages a regional team in Vietnam and Malaysia. Uyen Ho has aMBA from the Columbia Southern University (CSU) and a BA in English of HCM Teaching College.
Investor, Mentor & Mother
Linh Thai has over 20 years of experience in finance, marketing, and operations.Her prior roles include CEO of VingroupVentures, a corporate venture capital fund; Director, Head of Strategy & Operations of VinaCapital, the leading Vietnamese investment and assets management firm; and Director of Investments at DFJ VinaCapital, one of Vietnam’s first venture capital funds.She is well known for her investor role as “Shark Linh” on 3 seasons of Vietnamese version of Shark Tank -a critically acclaimed and multi-Emmy® Award-winning reality show that has reinvigorated entrepreneurship in Vietnam. Linh graduated with honors from the University of Southern California and holds an MBA from The Wharton School. Linh grew up in Los Angeles, CA and has called Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam home for the past 12 years. She is a mother of 2 daughters -ages 4 years and 3 months.
Executive Director of AmCham Vietnam-Ho Chi Minh City
Prior to her time with AmCham Vietnam, Mary worked extensively to help U.S. businesses thrive in Asia. As U.S. Consul General in Ho Chi Minh City from August 2016 to July 2019, she oversaw a period of tremendous growth in the U.S. comprehensive partnership, including two unprecedented visits by a U.S. president to Vietnam in 18 months. Mary actively promoted mutual peace, prosperity, and people-to-people ties in central and southern Vietnam. She particularly focused on strengthening the bilateral trade and investment partnership in the dynamic southern region.Mary was a member of the senior Foreign Service, with decades of experience in Asia, including postings in Seoul, Delhi, Shanghai, and Taipei, as well as at the State Department’s China Desk and the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative. Prior to joining the State Department, Mary worked as a Certified Public Accountant and Manager at KPMG’s International and High Tech Tax Division in San Francisco.