Location

Room 4.04 RRST
Room 4.04, Run Run Shaw Tower, Centennial Campus, HKU

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Registration

Date

May 16 2019

Time

10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Labels

Gender Studies Programme

Gender Studies Programme

HKU School of Humanities, Gender Studies Programme and Women’s Studies Research Center present

 

The Compass to Navigating Your Career and Finding Purpose

 

Speaker: Dr. Jane Horan, Author & Founder of the Horan Group

 

Abstract
In today’s rapidly changing work environment, concerns about AI, robots and the future of work, and the varying needs of a multigenerational workforce, conversations continue to focus on finding meaning and working for an organization or leader that is purpose driven. Using a mix of insights from business, psychology, philosophy, and leadership research, the session explores how to better understand yourself and your purpose. This interactive presentation provides research based questions and practical tools to reveal the what, why and how of meaningful work, dispelling the myths and connecting the dots to finding a purpose driven career. In this 2 hour session, students learn how to uncover strengths, interests and what matters most by looking backward to plan forward.

Bio
Dr. Jane Horan is the founder of the Horan Group, a Singapore based strategic consultancy that shapes savvy cross-cultural work environments. She has lived in Asia for over two decades and previously worked for Kraft, Disney and GE in Organizational Leadership and Talent Development roles. Jane works with Fortune 500 companies, NGOs, and academic institutions in Asia, North America and Europe as an executive coach and facilitator in leadership, political savvy and bias awareness. Her book, “I Wish I’d Known That Earlier in My Career: the power of positive workplace politics” combines 20 years of work experience and research in political savvy and leadership.

Date: Thursday 16 May 2019
Time: 10:30am – NOON
Venue: Rm4.04, 4/F, Run Run Shaw Tower, Centennial Campus, HKU

All are welcome. Please register online HERE

For inquires: genderst@hku.hk/ 39174182