Launched in January 2016, the ISCA-SAC Mentoring Programme is a joint collaboration between the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants (ISCA) and the Singapore Accountancy Commission (SAC). The Mentoring Programme is designed to provide CFO aspirants with access to experienced C-Suite Executives. Through one-to-one mentoring, mentees can learn from their mentor, what it takes to become a CFO themselves in future, as well as tips on leadership, management and stakeholder communication, amongst many other areas of expertise which the mentor could offer.
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Application for the 2017 Mentoring Programme is now closed.
Why you should join the ISCA-SAC Mentoring Programme?
Are you a finance professional with aspirations to become a CFO? Are you looking forward to hearing real-life experiences and advice from an experienced finance leader?
Participate as a mentee in the Mentoring Programme to:
- Connect and engage with a C-Suite Mentor. Our mentors are experienced C-Suite professionals from a diverse range of backgrounds and industries
- Gain insights on required skill sets for career advancement
- Get a fresh perspective on successful leadership and management styles
- Receive support and advice on development goals, both professionally and career related
- Establish a life-long professional relationship with experienced mentor
Intended For: Accounting and finance professionals who are one or two levels from the CFO/Head of Finance role
Chief Financial Officer, Straco Corporation Limited
Global Chief Financial Officer – HSBC Account, Jones Lang LaSalle "JLL"
Chief Financial Officer, UD Trading Group
Chief Executive Officer International, Singapore Telecommunications Limited;
Formerly, Group Chief Financial Officer, CapitaLand Limited
Chan Hon Chew
Chief Financial Officer, Keppel Corporation Limited
Chan Shui Har
Finance Director, Tanny Chan Women's Clinic & Surgery Pte Ltd;
Formerly, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Keppel Telecommunications & Transport
Chief Financial Officer, Starhub Ltd
Chief Financial Officer, Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd
Goh Geok Cheng
Regional Insurance Risk Controls Officer, Prudential Services Singapore
Chief Financial Officer, KK Women's and Children's Hospital
Principal, The CFO Centre Singapore
Ho Tuck Chuen
Group CFO, JTC Corporation
Chief Financial Officer - Global Product Service Division, TÜV SÜD
Director of Finance, Sofitel
Chief Financial Officer, Singapore Pools
Chief Financial Officer, China Global Investors Group
Kwek Buck Chye
Independent Corporate Advisor, Temasek Corporate Advisors Pte Ltd;
Formerly, Chief Financial Officer, Starhub Ltd
Group Finance Director, Al Futtaim Private LLC
Chief Financial Officer, Guocoland Group
Formerly, Chief Financial Officer, Biosensors International Group
Saw Kok Wei
Chief Financial Officer, Jurong Port Pte Ltd
Tan See Haw
Formerly, Chief Financial Officer, IHH Healthcare Berhad
Chief Financial Officer, Singapore Press Holdings
Chief Financial Officer - Asia Pacific, Datalogic
“I like the candid discussion with Arthur on the different career paths I can take to broaden and deepen my skill sets as a senior finance executive. And what did I gain most from the programme? – The mentoring relationship with Arthur of course! The programme might span only six months, but I'm confident the informal mentoring could stretch for decades.”
Koh Khai Yang, Regional Finance Director, Asia Pacific, Wood Mackenzie
Mentor: Arthur Lang, Chief Executive Officer International, Singapore Telecommunications Limited;
Formerly, Group Chief Financial Officer, CapitaLand Limited
“The mentoring program helped me to improve my leadership skills and also to gain insights into the industry.”
Khisi Gisele Tjan, Formerly, Controller, Finance, Westpac Banking Corporation
Mentor: Goh Geok Cheng, Regional Insurance Risk Controls Officer, Prudential Services Singapore
“I have learned that in order for me to be able to influence others with new ideas, I need to understand the personalities of those present at the meeting. Tony has shared with me the different personality profiles commonly used, which helped to widen my knowledge in this aspect.
Tony has also introduced two of his capable staff who shared a lot with me, and from whom I was able to learn. I have become more focused and now have a better understanding of my personal aspirations. For sure, I have become more confident over time.”
Jasmin Ong, Regional Financial Controller, Finance Services & SAP Centre of Excellence, Luxasia Pte Ltd
Mentor: Tony Mallek, Chief Financial Officer, Singapore Press Holdings
|How to apply?||
Interested participants are encouraged to download the form, complete it and email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com along with your resume.
$360 (inclusive of GST) for ISCA Members; and
*About the Preparatory Workshop
To ensure both mentors and mentees achieve a successful mentoring experience and relationship, a half day preparatory workshop is designed and tailored with these objectives in mind:
- To highlight the desired characteristics that the mentors and mentees should exhibit, as well as their roles & responsibilities in the mentoring programme
- For the mentors: Guidance on being an effective mentor, for example, how to create growth conversations by asking the right questions, and ways to establish good mentor-mentee chemistry, etc.
- For the mentees: Guidance on making the programme work for you, for example, building positive mentee-mentor relationship, how to initiate and plan a meeting with your mentor, and topics to discuss, etc.
Workshop facilitator: Mr. Patrick J. O’Brien
Patrick has a strong professional and educational grounding, with considerable experience across different sectors, countries, and continents. He has grown through a variety of roles, from individual contributor, to GM, COO, CEO, and MD.
His delivery blends three powerful techniques; he models & communicates excellence using Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), instills responsibility in learning by embracing a Coaching style, and, he keeps learners immersed in their present with improvisation. Adding in a little Irish humor and wit yields strong rapport, intense engagement, and great learning experiences.
Details of the Workshop (Mentees):
|Date:||28 April 2017, Friday|
|Time:||1.00pm - 6.30pm (including a networking lunch)|
For any enquiries, please contact:
Ms Tan Wei Ling
Tel: 6597 5521
Mr Derek Tang
Tel: 6597 5686
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