Leading, Her Way: Alicia Yi on Self-Advocacy

Leading, Her Way is a brand new Leadership Development interview series featuring a line-up of remarkable female leaders in Singapore as they share their thoughts on self-exploration, career development, overcoming failures and work-life alignment. In our first interview of this series, we feature Ms Alicia Yi, Vice Chair of Korn Ferry’s Global Consumer Market. She also serves on the Advisory Board for the Women’s Forum for the Economy & Society and is a frequent speaker on leadership, human capital strategy and Diversity & Inclusion. She shares the challenges that she faced as a young professional, succeeding in traditionally male-dominated industries, and the importance of self-advocacy fo

Finding Your Inner Strength while Grieving

At the Keeping Calm in the Covid Crisis lunch webinar on 23 April 2020, Elle Cheng, an Authenticity Coach, spoke about dealing with unfamiliar emotions over the pandemic, as well as ways to manage them. Get a glimpse into her life as she shares more about her challenging personal experiences over this Circuit Breaker period, and what she does to stay strong in the face of fear and anxiety. Since December, I have been on an emotional roller coaster ride. Disappointment, sadness, fear. Trouble sleeping. Anxiety attacks. It still feels unreal that I have been working from home since February, and "this" - being away from family and friends - is going to continue until June. Since the Circuit Br

“Be curious and be hungry to learn” - YWLC Mentor Ms Chong Siak Ching shares her valuable advice for

Applications for the 2020 Mentorship Programme close on 16 May! Click here to apply. Ms Chong Siak Ching, Chief Executive Officer, National Gallery Singapore, and Kelley Wong, Associate, Lee & Lee, is another of our mentor-mentee pairs under YWLC’s Mentorship Programme 2019. In this exclusive interview, they share how their mentor-mentee relationship evolved over the course of the Mentorship Programme, and the importance of keeping an open mind to allow both mentor and mentee to learn from each other in this journey. How would you describe the mentorship style that you both have built, and how does that play out in your mentor-mentee interactions and relationship? Siak Ching: My approach has

“Courage” - YWLC Mentor Ms Stacey N Lacy’s powerful advice for her mentee and YWLC Chairperson, Wong

Applications for the 2020 Mentorship Programme are now open! Click here to apply. Ms Stacey N Lacy, Managing Director, Head of Operations & Technology, Citibank N.A. Singapore, and Wong Jia Yun, Regional Business Development Manager, VISA, were one of the mentor-mentee pairs under YWLC’s Mentorship Programme 2019. In this exclusive interview, they share their experiences during the programme and advice for prospective applicants. How would you describe the mentorship style that you both have built, and how does that play out in your mentor-mentee interactions and relationship? Stacey: My two mentees are quite different in their personalities and so are our interactions when we spend time one

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