10 Nov 2020 - 13 Nov 2020
DIAN Week 2020 – Virtual Conference
This member-only 4-day virtual programme brings you content-rich sessions deliberately designed with your virtual participation in mind.
Explore the nuances and intersections that make up the diverse individuals in our workplaces as we refine our existing Asia-specific strategies to accommodate a more holistic view of diversity and inclusion, particularly in increasingly virtual and VUCA world.
This 4-day programme brings you thought-provoking, content-rich sessions and new ways of engaging more of your employees, deliberately designed with virtual participants in mind.
Take part in one major Plenary Session each morning, including:
❖ An Evolving Understanding of D&I in Asia
❖ Is Having Separate Strands of Diversity Harmful to Fostering an Inclusive Workplace?
❖ Changing Dynamics: Rewiring Our Understanding of Generational Labels in the Workplace
❖ The Changing Face of the Future Workplace
Sign up for exciting satellite activities (seats are limited):
This event is for DIAN members only. Please login or contact your DIAN representative to register. For queries, please contact us.
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Michael LammoreExecutive Director, Human Capital Management | Goldman Sachs
Monika NavandarmoreFounder and Chief D&I Consultant | NEOSEVEN Solutions
Mui Hwa NgmoreSenior Consultant | Aperian Global
Nikki DaviesGroup Diversity and Inclusion Director, Prudential
Radha ShreeniwasmoreSr. Director, Global Talent - APJ | ServiceNow
Seth de GrowmoreDirector Leadership Services; Greater China D&I Service Lead | Deloitte China
Executive Director, Human Capital Management | Goldman Sachs
Founder and Chief D&I Consultant | NEOSEVEN Solutions
Senior Consultant | Aperian Global
Mui Hwa Ng
Prior to Ms. Ng’s consulting career, she worked for fifteen years in a regional role for three major international advertising firms in Asia and London. During the mid-90s she also developed and conducted workshops on assertiveness and empowerment for working women in Hong Kong.
A Singaporean Chinese, Ms. Ng is proficient in English, Mandarin, and Cantonese. She facilitates in all three languages and has been consistently rated as highly engaging by past audiences.
She majored in Sociology and English Linguistics at the National University of Singapore and holds a post-graduate certification in Early Childhood Education. Ms. Ng is certified in Myers-Briggs Personality Types (MBTI), Workplace Big 5 and DISC Personality Profiling. She retains a keen interest in social and political issues. Among other activities, she has been actively involved in developing and facilitating fair employment practice workshops at Singapore’s Tripartite Alliance for Fair Employment Practices.
Group Diversity and Inclusion Director, Prudential
Sr. Director, Global Talent - APJ | ServiceNow
Radha brings with her strong domain experience spanning more than 18 years of work across Human Resources, Business Operations and Engineering. She holds an Electrical Engineering degree from the University of Rochester; an MBA in Marketing and Strategy from Yale University’s School of Management.
After a successful career with Thomson Reuters as a software engineer, Radha moved back to India to help build the Global Captive Center for Target as an Operations Leader. Her passion for developing talent & her leadership capability gave her the opportunity to become the head of Learning & Development for Target India.
Radha deepened her HR domain expertise in the US as a Strategic HR business partner for groups as diverse as Technology, Community Relations, Corporate Security & Legal at Target Headquarters in Minneapolis. The dynamic environment of Asia and her passion for building companies and cultures brought her back to India as Head of HR and HR leader for APAC Sales for LinkedIn.
In January 2019, Radha joined ServiceNow as Head of Talent for APJ and is helping build and develop a culture in APJ ServiceNow that attracts and develops diverse, passionate, purpose driven talent.
When not engaged with people affairs at ServiceNow, Radha’s hands are full parenting her high energy teenagers.