[SIG] Facilitating Meetings to Generate Creativity and Accountability

Lecturer iconChan Earn Meng (Mr)
Course Duration: 2.5 hours
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This session is held on 23 May, 7.00pm - 9.30pm. Registration will close on 16 May, 2359 hrs.


This session will be conducted face-to-face at IAL. More details on participating in the session will be send to the confirmed registrants.

What Is The Session About?

This session is designed to discover the strategies you need to transform your meetings to inspire creative thinking, prioritize effectively as a group, and foster buy-in for seamless implementation. 

Imagine you are tasked with holding a meeting aimed at elevating collaboration within your organisation, involving a diverse group of managers and employees. Here are the real challenges ahead.

  • How do you unleash their potential to generate fresh and innovative ideas?
  • How can you collectively decide on the most critical actions to undertake?
  • How do you ensure widespread support for implementing these strategies?

Join us in the workshop as we embark on a journey to discover the most effective approaches. 

To find out more about the full range of our SIG2024, click here.

What Does The Session Cover?

At the end of the session, participants will be able to take-away the following:

discuss facilitation techniques to generate creativity and accountability in a meeting.
Engage diverse teams to unearth innovative ideas that lie untapped within your organization.
Prioritize effectively to identify and focus on the most impactful initiatives.
Cultivate buy-in from all levels, ensuring enthusiastic implementation and sustained change. 

Who Is It Suitable For?

Adult educators who are involved in learning design, curriculum development, learning facilitation, assessment of learning competence, learning technology integration and/or providing consultancy and advisory services to drive business performance.

Course Funding and Policies

This session is open to AEN members for free.  To register for AEN membership, please click here.

About The Speaker

Chan Earn Meng (Mr)

Chan Earn Meng (Mr)

Co-founder | LEA Asia
Chan Earn Meng (Mr) is an entrepreneur and the co-founder of LEA Asia, a boutique leadership consulting firm with offices in Singapore and Shanghai. At LEA Asia, Earn Meng and his team are dedicated to unlocking the hidden talents and intelligence in leaders and teams across various organisations. Driven by the conviction that every individual possesses unique and smart qualities, LEA operates not just as consultants but as catalysts for enduring change, emphasizing the potential for personal and professional growth within the corporate world.

Earn Meng expertise includes facilitating successful transitions to new roles, molding frontline and middle managers into impactful leaders, and enhancing executives' persuasive presentation and storytelling skills. Through his work, Earn Meng has contributed to improving the leadership capabilities of executives, reshaping their mental models towards change, values, and performance. His client portfolio spans more than 30 companies in Asia, including firms like Starbucks, Epson, and BP Castrol.

Before LEA, Earn Meng was Head of HR for OCBC China, and Head of Group HR for Hi-P International and Sunray Construction. Notable moments included leading Sunray to win Singapore’s Best Employers Award three times in a row, placing it the only Singapore company in the Top 10 position alongside giants like Google and Starbucks. At OCBC China, he oversaw the attraction, engagement, and development of talents from under 200 to over 3,000. And at Hi-P he transformed the HR function of 100 HR members from a traditional operating model to HR excellence and business partnering model to serve its 13,000 strong workforce faster, better, and easier.

Earn Meng is actively involved in several professional associations. He is a Multiplier System Coach with the Wiseman Group, a founder member of Personal Storytelling of the Storytelling Association of Singapore, and serves as the Vice President of the International Association of Facilitators. His academic credentials include an Honours Degree from the National University of Singapore and executive education from INSEAD, Cambridge University, IMD Switzerland Business School, and the Nanyang University of Singapore.