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Peggy Liu: How to engage with China more constructively

Peggy Liu

Tensions with China have increased dramatically around the world. There are very few voices that can bridge China and the West for better cultural understanding and more constructive engagement, in English. Peggy Liu, Chairperson of JUCCCE, is one such person. Here is her recent article How to engage with China constructively A nuanced view from […]

Emma Reynolds: The Power of Design Thinking to Transform the Employee Experience

Emma Reynolds, with her e3reloaded team, is cooperating with Linkedin to launch a crash course in User-Centered Design on the 26th of November in Hong Kong to change the conversation and to renew the passion for HR. Candidates and employees are thinking and acting like customers. They have the power of choice: to join, to […]

Morry Morgan: The 5 Difficult People in Your Presentation

Morry Morgan‘s recent post “The 5 difficult people in your presentation ” at Linkedin has close to 80,000 views and 7,000 share and still counting. What should you do if you bump into the Self Promoter, the Critic, the Bombardier? Here are Morry’s insights… YOUR LAST PRESENTATION WOULD HAVE BEEN A RAGING SUCCESS. The introduction […]