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Another Turn, Another Road: A Personal Account of My Career Development Story

Event Special Guest Workshop:
Another Turn, Another Road: A Personal Account of My Career Development Story
Another Turn Another Road
Date 24 February 2014 (Monday)
Time 3:30 to 5:00pm
Venue Seminar Room 2, 1/F Wu Chung Multimedia Library
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Speaker's Bio Mr. Simon Cheung has over twenty four years of global experience in logistics management, project management and product launching for international companies, such as Kuehne + Nagel Limited, DB Schenker and DHL. He has extensive involvement with the creation and execution of customized solutions for internal and external customers. Now, as the Head of Global Training for DHL Global Forwarding, Hong Kong, he is responsible for a $30 million EUR training initiative involving over 120 countries and 25,000 staff participants.
Workshop Description He will describe how he has turned challenges and obstacles into opportunities. He will also share his insights and experiences with the audience regarding his career development which has been an interesting and remarkable journey from being an American Naval petty officer to becoming an international corporate executive based in Hong Kong.

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