UniGroup Relocation as the chapter lead for FEM in Singapore will be hosting the next forum and it will be a breakfast event which will take place on 24 July 2014.
Dr. Yvonne McNulty is a results-driven scholar practitioner with over 10 years consulting and lecturing experience and a proven track record in publishing in academic and industry journals.
As an experienced global citizen, she has extensive multi-cultural experience after having lived and worked in Australia, USA, Singapore, and Shanghai. She is culturally sensitive to the unique characteristics of Asian countries, especially in Singapore and China, with expertise in relationship-building and industry outreach.
Yvonne has deep experience in international business research and running multi-country global research projects. She is dynamic, detail-focused, collaborative, and expertly trained in a broad range of research techniques and methodologies, including quantitative and qualitative approaches.
Yvonne has consulted to some of the biggest names in global mobility, among them Deloitte, Brookfield, and Cartus. With a unique ability to transition easily from technical research to practical business outcomes, she uses research to drive insights and strategic implications that lead to business decisions.
A lively, engaging, and award-winning lecturer and conference speaker, Yvonne is co-author of the best-selling management book, “Managing Expatriates: A Return on Investment Approach” (Business Expert Press, 2013). Her research has been featured in The New York Times, Economist Intelligence Unit, and on BBC Radio.
24th July 2014
8.30AM - 10.30AM
The Executive Centre Singapore Pte Ltd
Ocean Financial Centre Level 40,
10 Collyer Quay,
There is no charge for corporate members and there is a US$150 charge per supplier, per person assuming they have a valid Supplier Membership of US$550. If you would like to know more about the registration process please enquire with Andy Smailes, firstname.lastname@example.org .
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