Ins and Outs of Working in The Little Red Dot (Singapore)

 

Whether you are new to Singapore or have been here a while, this workshop will engage you in a discussion about culture in general, implementing intercultural skills, thinking about the culture in Singapore and what has shaped it both socially and in business. While culture can be visible through food, dress, and festivals, it is the deep implicit culture such as attitudes about hierarchy, responsibility, and authority that have more impact in our daily interactions. Participants will be invited to participate in a virtual visit to "Tacal" and practice your intercultural skills. 

Bring your questions and come find out more about your host country. Can lah?

 

Late registration fee: additional $20

CRCE Cancellation & Refund policy:

The American Association of Singapore (AAS) reserves the right to cancel events/workshops. In the event of cancellation by AAS, registrants can opt to attend another workshop or receive a full refund.

If registrant is unable to attend and wishes to cancel registration, he/she must contact AAS (crce.info@aasingapore.com) at least 24 hours prior to the workshop start time, and he/she will be issued a credit that can be applied to any same priced CRCE workshop within the following 90 days. In the event of a no-show or day of workshop cancellation, no credit will be issued.

  

**Parking Options:

  • Limited street parking (coupon)
  • Royal Scotts Plaza car park (one building away from the Club, about 100 meters)
  • Shaw Centre - multi-story car park
  • Outdoor car park at the end of Claymore Hill 
  • American Club car park only for American Club members
Speaker Suzanne M. Anderson, International Counselling & Psychology Centre
Suzanne Anderson has worked and studied in Singapore since 1999—training and consulting in the areas of social work, living and working cross-culturally, crisis response, probation services, restorative community justice, and parenting. Suzanne is a founder and counsellor with the International Counselling & Psychology Centre as well as the Director of Restorative Community Concepts, founded in 2001. Suzanne has worked in ...

Suzanne Anderson has worked and studied in Singapore since 1999—training and consulting in the areas of social work, living and working cross-culturally, crisis response, probation services, restorative community justice, and parenting.


Suzanne is a founder and counsellor with the International Counselling & Psychology Centre as well as the Director of Restorative Community Concepts, founded in 2001. Suzanne has worked in countries in the region including China, India, Indonesia, Thailand, Burma, Vietnam, Nepal as well as the Yugoslavia, Canada and the United States.


Ms. Anderson received her Masters of Social Sciences (Social Work) from the National University of Singapore. She is a Certified Crisis Responder and Certified Trainer with NOVA based in the United States. She is presently working towards her doctorate with the University of Southern Queensland.



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Organizer American Association of Singapore

When?

Thu, Oct. 29, 2015
10 a.m. - noon
(GMT+0800) Asia/Singapore

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Where?

American Association of Singapore, conference room
10 Claymore Hill
Singapore, 229753