SCCCI Leadership Workshop: Creating High Performance Teams Without Putting In More Time

Back by popular demand at the 15th Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry Conference 2013, I will be delivering my workshop “Creating High Performance Teams Without Putting in More Time” once more!

This is the topic which I’ve been invited by major organizations such as Manulife, Ministry of Health and AVA and in some regional conferences. From this session, I will be sharing with you on the essential strategies to build and lead a high impact team.

Participants who attend this workshop will have to pay for the tickets, but as a valued subscriber of mine, I would like to extend this invitation to you at NO COST!

I have 6 complimentary tickets to give away, and if you’re interested, please email Marcus with your name, contact number, and company. Email him at The draw will be done by 28th October, and you’ll be notified if you’re selected!

Date: Thursday, 14 November 2013
Time: 9.30am – 12.30pm
Venue: SCCCI, 47 Hill Street, Level 8, Unity Room

SCCCI Leadership Workshop Kenneth Kwan


If you’re interested, do reply now.

See you there!


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Kenneth Kwan, CSP

Kenneth Kwan is an internationally recognized Author, Global Leadership and Motivational Speaker, renowned for his ability to inspire and empower audiences worldwide. With over a decade of experience, he has spoken to leaders from 40 countries, helping transform cultures and shift mindsets within Multi-National Companies (MNCs) and Government Organizations. Kenneth’s expertise in solution-focused thinking and strategic planning has guided numerous businesses toward significant results and high-performance environments. Featured in esteemed media outlets like Channel News Asia and Malaysia's BFM89.9, his insights on leadership and motivation are highly sought after. Kenneth's book, "Small Steps To Big Changes," showcases his profound wisdom and practical strategies, making a lasting impact in lectures and training programs across the region.