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When: Every Tue and Fri, 8:30am – 9:30am
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tor., 09:30 – 11:30
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|Even the easiest of business travel to a safe destination can turn from interesting to catastrophic in minutes if proper procedures are not in place or if they are not followed. Mr. Totti Karpela from Peace of Mind Threat Management Company goes through the most typical risks that affect business travelers and tells how to be prepared for them both from the corporate and from the individual’s perspective, covering following areas:
- How to mitigate the most common risks; traffic and health issues.
- Keeping business travelers safe and secure from the corporate perspective.
- Preparing your organization for crisis management; travel trackers, evacuation preparedness and crisis management basics.
Peace of Mind Threat Management Company deals with unwanted approach behavior, analysis of threats, stalking cases, workplace bullying and sexual harassment prevention. They help companies to develop proper procedures, protect the information of key personnel, train the HR, legal and security units, in addition to security audits and contingency planning.
Mr. Totti Karpela travels around the globe for 250+ days per year as a consultant and a subject matter expert for European Council and OSCE. Mr. Karpela provides behavioral and security consultation in numerous global corporations on a weekly basis. Totti’s vast experience with safety and security related issues is clearly demonstrated in this thought provoking presentation about travel risk management. Plenty of real-life examples and experiences from the corporate travel world in both low to high risk regions.
Fee: $30 for one participant per Corporate member company and all individual members; $60 following participants from Corporate member companies; $70 guests.
Payment by cash or check (payable to Finnish Business Council) at event, or by bank transfer to Finnish Business Council, Account no 143-164168-001; Bank name HSBC; Bank code 7232; Branch code 143; SWIFT code HSBCSGSG.
A three course lunch is included in the fee.
Registration by 24.5. by sending an email to email@example.com.
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Välkommen till en god lunch i avkopplande omgivning.
|Event Date||30 May 2013 (Thu), 03:00 PM – 04:30 PM|
|Venue||Lecture Room 5, Level 3, Nanyang Executive Centre, 60 Nanyang View, S(639673) (Location Map)|
|Organiser||Complexity Program (Email : firstname.lastname@example.org )|
Professor Joergen Oerstroem Moeller, Visiting Senior Research Fellow at Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS)
An Interdisciplinary & Intersectoral Approach Applied to Asia’s Future
An economist looks at the future of Asia in the prism of interdisciplinary & intersectoral approach. Economic theory does not any longer provide relevant answers. The models build obviously on behavioural patterns, but equally obvious they build on observations in the past. This works fine if fundamentals such as technology and culture are basically unchanged, but lead to wrong policy recommendations and predictions when they are not. It is imperative to incorporate not only other social sciences, but also neuroscience, religions, and philosophies in mapping out how people will react. This goes beyond just putting various disciplines together; it requires a new way of thinking primarily starting by defining the problem and then working backwards to find out which instruments and means help us to get there. In this respect a look at Asia’s traditional philosophies & religions & history may help much more than sophisticated economic/econometric models.
Joergen Oerstroem Moeller is Cand. Polit. (Master of Science, Economics) University of Copenhagen 1968. He joined the Danish diplomatic service February 1st 1968 and worked with European integration 26 years (1971 to 1997); from 1989 to 1997 as State-Secretary. From 1997 to 2005 Ambassador to Singapore and Brunei Darussalam and from 2002 also Australia and New Zealand, residing in Singapore.
In 2005, he joined the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS), Singapore as Visiting Senior Research Fellow and the MFA Diplomatic Academy as Senior Fellow. He is Adjunct Professor, Copenhagen Business School and Singapore Management University (SMU), member of Singapore National Council, INSEAD, Council of The World Future Society, Board of Governors ASEF (Asia Europe Foundation), Economic Association of Singapore, and ASEM Vision Group working from 1998 to 1999.
His recent publications in English are:
Singapore 2011 : How Asia Can Shape the World, ISEAS.
Singapore 2009: Political Economy in a Globalized World, World Scientific.
Singapore 2008: European Integration – Sharing of Experiences, ISEAS.
Singapore 2004: A New International System, ISEAS.
Westport CT 2000: The End of Internationalism or World Governance, Greenwood Publishing House.
Westport CT 1995: The Future European Model, Greenwood Publishing Group
When: Every Tue and Fri, 8:30am – 9:30am