The ThinkSeries Leadership Programme challenges students to innovate and collaborate with an international team of professionals.
True leaders know how to engage with, connect to and empower others; they know how to see and hear. True leaders take action and respond to their surroundings—they don’t simply wait and react. In short, true leaders are life-long learners who understand their strengths and weaknesses and have both vision and passion.
Your Voice, Your Choice is about discovering who you are as an individual, how you establish your leadership skills and, ultimately, how you craft a learning journey that will help to personalise learning experiences for Hong Kong students.
- Stingo Chan
Stingo has nearly 20 years of human resources experience, focusing mainly in management training and development. Stingo is specialised in people skills programmes, including personality profiling, communications skills, presentation skills, coaching skills and team building.
Stingo holds a MBA from the University of Western Sydney. He is a certified trainer in MBTI, DISC, Social Style, Hogan and Enneagram.
- Clement Chung
Mr Chung held professional development and student workshops for schools. Clement provided training for HK Society of Accountants (HKSA), HK Securities Institute, Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM), Hong Kong Parents Association (HKPA).
He was also the trainer for ThinkSeries Leadership Programme (www.thinkseries.com.hk/site/2013) and Small World Project (smallworld.wiseman.com.hk). Mr Chung was Programme Director for Crimson Summer Exchange in 2007.
Mr Chung started his career at Grant Thornton and later joined Reuters as financial application specialist. Clement held senior management positions at Sun Hung Kai & Co, PCC Skyhorse and Vision Century before joining Wiseman in 2003.
- Jane Harris
Jane’s life as an educator began at the end of the 1980s when educational technology was beginning to appear in classrooms all over the UK . As an out-of-the-box thinker and doer, Jane grabbed technology in both hands and hasn’t stopped running with it since. On her journey as a pedagogical technologist, Jane has worked with hundreds of learners in classrooms from the UK, to the UAE, to Colombia and now in SAR Hong Kong. Jane has also presented her work at regional, national and international conferences across the globe reaching a wide community of educators. As an Apple Distinguished Educator and Apple Professional Developer, Jane has consulted in schools, modelled technology infusion and provided professional upskilling both in Hong Kong and Mainland China. She is also a part-time lecturer with the Faculty of Education at Hong Kong University and the creative director for LEAD (Learning through Engineering, Art and Design) which is sponsored by the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups.
Jane is a technology pusher, puller & infuser; an idea gatherer & explorer; a problem anticipator, identifier & hurdler; a learning enthusiast & empowerer, and a change agent.
- Gilbert Ho
A graduate of Cornell University, Gilbert comes from a creative arts background but has developed an immense interest in student-centric education and young adult learning. Having a variety of experience in experiential learning, teacher professional development, and academic project management, he is currently a Global Education Support Specialist for one of the largest technology companies in the world specialising in digital learning. This gives him an opportunity to work with hundreds of schools across China , Hong Kong , Korea , Singapore , Thailand , the UAE, and Vietnam in their technology journey.
Prior to this role, Gilbert was the Creative Director of Electronic Publishing for an international publisher, where he was responsible for developing multimedia learning objects for education bureau-approved curriculum. He is also a certified life coach and enneagram trainer through the Enneagram Institute, the leading organisation for the development, research, and application of the Enneagram.
Gilbert feels extremely fortunate to have a career that can make a difference by transferring the growth application of the enneagram to an educational context