Asia School of Business

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Overview

Course Description

Malaysia has made significant strides towards women’s empowerment, particularly in education and employment. Women in Malaysia have equal access to education and are increasingly represented in various fields of employment, including politics, business, and the public sector. The Malaysian Government has implemented various policies and initiatives to support women’s empowerment, including the National Policy on Women and the Malaysian National Plan of Action for the Advancement of Women.

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Learning Outcomes

Strengthen your network and build relationships with peers across different industries and fields to form a supportive community.

Learn and gain insights into different leadership styles and approaches through real-world scenarios and case studies.

Build confidence and self-belief through positive self- talk and reframing negative thoughts.

Seek out mentorship and support to overcome self- doubt and imposter syndrome.

Identify and address biases and systemic barriers to diversity, equity, and inclusion. barriers to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Collaborate with others to create a more significant impact and drive meaningful change.

Faculty

Sanjay Sarma

Sanjay Sarma

Chief Executive Officer, President and Dean of Asia School of Business

Melati Nungsari

Melati Nungsari

Associate Professor of Economics, Asia School of Business Faculty Director, ASEAN Research Center Research Affiliate, MIT Sloan School of Management

Dato’ Zuraidah Atan

 

Dato’ Zuraidah Atan

Director and Chairman,
Audit and Risk Committee,
Pengurusan Aset Air Berhad
(PAAB)

Dato’ Sri Suriani Ahmad

Dato’ Sri Suriani Ahmad

Secretary General, Ministry of Entrepreneur and Cooperatives Development (MECD)

Datuk (Dr) Nora Manaf

 

Datuk (Dr) Nora Manaf

Group Chief Human Capital
Officer, Maybank

Shamir Hameed

Shamir Hameed

Assistant Vice President, Marketing & Brand Strategy, Astro AWANI

Yi-Ren Wang

Yi-Ren Wang

Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour, Asia School of Business

Gladys Goh

 

Gladys Goh

Senior Vice-President, Strategic
Innovation
& Marketing, NIPSEA Group
Deputy President of Nippon
Paint Marine Coatings

Tan Sri Dr Noorul Ainur

Tan Sri Dr Noorul Ainur

Chairman, University College of Yayasan Pahang

Dato’ Raiha Azni Abd Rahman

Dato’ Raiha Azni Abd Rahman

Member, Board of Directors, Asia School of Business

Marina Taib

Marina Taib

Vice President, Treasury, Petronas

Kristina Rai

 

Kristina Rai

Chief Operating Officer,
Asia School of Busines

OCTOBER 9 – 12

3 nights 2 days residential program
Check-in October 9, check-out October 12

Program Fee

RM 7,888 + SST

Fee inclusive of 3 nights stay

For more information, contact us at lily@asb.edu.my

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