Online discussion with Prof. Daniel Shek: Service Leadership in Workplace – Your Character Counts
|Time:||10:30 am - 11:15 am|
About the Event
What is service leadership to you? Do you think you are a leader? Prof. Daniel Shek will walk us through the basic of service leadership. You will be able to understand the basic leadership attributes intrinsic to effective service leaders in the workplace, and to reflect on your service leadership qualities through the discussion time with Prof. Shek.
Some materials will be given for your reading pleasure after Easter holiday. You are welcome to submit questions to the speaker and share your experiences relating to service leadership.
Date: 17 Apr (Sat)
Time: 10:30 am -11 :15am HKT
*Invite you to turn on your camera to let us see each other.
About the Speaker:
Professor Shek is Associate Vice President (Undergraduate Programme), Chair Professor of Applied Social Sciences, and Li and Fung Endowed Professor in Service Leadership Education at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He is also Advisory Professor of East China Normal University, Honorary Professor of Kiang Wu Nursing College of Macau and Fellow of the Hong Kong Psychological Society. He was Dean of Students (1996-1998) and Dean of General Education (2006-2009) of New Asia College, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. During his stay at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, he was awarded two teaching awards.
Professor Shek has taught social work students at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels for more than 30 years. He is a psychologist with research interests in positive youth development, family process, scale development, quality of life, program evaluation, addiction and spirituality and has been awarded many research grants by the Research Grants Council.
Professor Shek has to date published 177 books and manuals, 522 original and re-printed book chapters and more than 700 articles in international refereed journals.
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Please RSVP by 15 Apr 2021 (Thur). Any questions, please contact Erin at firstname.lastname@example.org
*This event is open to Fung Scholars and Fellows only.