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Webinar Preview to Two-Day Programme

"The Glass Labyrinth"

SHRI is partnering with Expert Humans and Praxis Management Consulting to offer a two-day programme, “The Glass Labyrinth – Advancing Women’s Leadership in Asia for the benefit of all”, facilitated by Michael Jenkins and Joyce Jenkins of Expert Humans and Dr Robyn Wilson of Praxis Management Consulting.

To get a glimpse of this programme, join us on 1 October for a one hour-webinar preview with the team as they outline their approach to tackling the key issues. This will include a look at:

  • The systemic barriers confronting women leaders today
  • Our collective role (women and men) in developing and championing women leaders
  • How our own beliefs, values and behaviours affect the current situation and pivotal micro-moments that could shift the dial.

The webinar will also include a brief overview of what will be covered during the programme and an introduction to some of the special guests whom will be invited to speak to the participants of the programme.

Webinar attendees will be entitled to a one-time promo code which will give you a 10% discount to the two-day programme.

Preview to the Glass Labyrinth Workshop:

Date: Thursday, 1 October 2020

Time: 1pm - 2:00pm

Platform: Via Zoom

Fee: Free

Facilitator Details

Michael Jenkins


Expert Humans

Michael Jenkins is CEO and Co-founder of Expert Humans. His past appointments include Director of INSEAD Executive Education (Singapore); Managing Director and Vice-President, Center for Creative Leadership Asia Pacific (Singapore); Chief Executive of Roffey Park Institute (UK and Singapore); and CEO of the Human Capital Leadership Institute (Singapore). Michael was named as one of the UK’s Most Influential Thinkers in Human Resources by the UK’s HR Magazine in 2013 and 2016. Michael contributed to the MOM publication Asian Leadership – What Works? edited by Dave Ulrich and recently co-wrote Finding simplicity in chaos: Beyond VUCA published by People Matters. He is also a regular speaker at local and international conferences, where he presents on topics such as humanising the workplace and new thinking in leadership development.

Joyce Jenkins

Managing Director & Co-Founder

Expert Humans

Joyce is an experienced leadership development facilitator, coach and consultant, with specialist expertise in leveraging diversity and the intercultural management field. She is skilled at helping organisations and individuals to develop the growth mindsets, perspectives and people skills which maximise their success in working together as teams and across cultures. Joyce is Past President of the Society for Intercultural Education Training and Research for Europe (SIETAR Europa) and a founder and board member of SIETAR Southeast Asia. She also teaches Intercultural Coaching and Development at the University of Warwick, UK. She has provided training and coaching for senior leaders and teams in some of the world’s leading businesses and organisations as well as designing and delivering intercultural, diversity and inclusion, business and leadership development programmes and coaching for a range of clients around the world.

Dr. Robyn Wilson


Praxis Management Consulting

Dr. Robyn Wilson is the CEO of Praxis Management Consulting and has more than 35 years of experience in the corporate, university and entrepreneurial worlds. With a strong academic background in Mathematics, IT/ IS and Engineering, and a decade of hands-on management, Robyn has spent over twenty years in Asia (arriving in '96) working extensively with senior leaders, their teams and organisations, across most industries, cultures, countries and with all facing very different types of challenges as they manage and grow their respective organisations. Prior to coming to Singapore (from Australia) to study for a PhD at the National University of Singapore, Robyn led and managed significant change involving moving an IT environment from campus mainframe computing to a highly complex distributed multi-platform computing infrastructure (back in the late 80s, early 90s in the most remote capital city in the world).

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