By weaving together people who experience and face similar concerns, Leaders’ Lab was created with the aim of addressing various pertinent issues faced by non-profit leaders. We hope to foster better relationships amongst those in different sectors of the non-profit landscape, stimulating new ideas and the spirit of collaboration.
The focus of the upcoming session will be on Board Renewal & Succession Planning — being one of the recent proposed refinements to the Code of Governance. High performing boards are the work horses behind the growth of many non-profit organisations. A good renewal and succession plan will ensure that there is constant addition of new talents and perspectives to the board as well as greater diversity. Collectively, the Directors will have the knowledge and skills necessary to enhance the long-term performance of these organisations.
Together, we intend to stimulate sharing of best practices and provide an engaging platform for a fruitful evening of personal growth and learning.
For more details, email us at [email protected], or call us at 6550 9468.
Date: 24 March 2017
Time: 5.00 pm
Venue: National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre
04-88, The Central,
6 Eu Tong Sen Street
Who Should Attend
From each non-profit:
- Board Chair, Board Members
- EDs, CEOs, GMs
About the Guest Speakers
Mr Ang Hao Yao
Mr Ang Hao Yao, a private investor, is a member of the Charity Council and serves as the Chairman of SATA CommHealth. He also serves as a Management Committee member and Chairman of the Audit Committee of the Securities Investors Association (Singapore) and also serves as a Director and Chair of the Human Resources Committee of Credit Counselling Singapore. He worked in Tat Lee Bank Ltd and subsequently in Keppel Tatlee Bank Ltd in the departments of Consumer Banking, Private Banking and Corporate Banking.
Mr Dennis Lee
Mr Lee is a Director at RSM Risk Advisory, he heads the Owner Managed Business group and is also the Fund Management Advisory Practice Leader. He is a Finance Committee member of the South East Community Development Council, a member of the Singapore Institute of Directors as well as a program committee member of the Shared Services for Charities. He was guest speaker and panelist at the 2015 Charities Conference and is also the co-author of the Risk Governance for The Third Sector Workbook. Giving back professionally to the non-profit sector, he also regularly trains on risk management, internal controls and corporate governance at the Social Service Institute.
Mr Victor Tay
Mr Tay is the President of the Association for Persons with Special Needs and board member at Singapore Disability Sports Council. He was also the Vice Chairman of United Nations Global Compact Network Singapore and sat at numerous government committees from Tripartite Committee, Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) Appeal Committee, REACH Committee. Mr Tay has a broad range of skills and multidisciplinary experience, varying from practicing at least a decade of management consulting to being the Chief Operating Officer of the Singapore Business Federation. He is presently the Chief Development Officer at Nanyang Technological University.
Mr Maurice Nhan
Mr Nhan is the Chairman of the Board of Student Advisory Centre (www.wishingwell.org.sg). He is also currently involved in starting a new charity for which he will be the Singapore Chief Executive, which will be affiliated to a UK charity. Previously, he was the Chief Country Officer for Singapore and South East Asia at Societe Generale Corporate and Investment Banking, and worked in many countries including France, the U.S., Hong Kong and Vietnam. Mr Nhan has been active with charities for 12 years as a volunteer and a donor, including an active supporter of Societe Generale's CSR initiatives.