Event Details

In the midst of the many issues impacting our society, our workplace and our personal lives, the United Nations World Youth Skills Day is a great opportunity for us to gather thought-leaders together to share views on the future of talent.

This event is being organized in collaboration with the UNESCO, the Chambers network and PwC as the Knowledge Partner, where the PwC's Global Workforce Hopes and Fears Survey 2022, representing more than 52,000 workers in 44 countries and territories around the world will also be shared.

Details of the event

Date : 11 July 2022, Monday

Time : 6PM to 10PM

Venue : JW Marriott Hong Kong, Ballroom


Table of 8 : HK$8,000

Individual Ticket : HK$1,200


In line with the current COVID-19 restrictions, diners are required to :

  • Use the LeaveHomeSafe app
  • Present 3-doses of COVID-19 vaccination record
  • Wear masks at all times (except when eating and drinking)


  • Noel Goh (Moderator)

    Noel Goh


    Noel has extensive experience over 27 years of line & staff management, global sales & business development, consulting & advisory, coaching & developing senior managers around the world. He has been invited to speak at both global & regional conferences & have held various senior management & consultancy positions across the private, public & people sectors. Besides public audiences, he enjoys inspiring and working with senior global executives of Fortune 500 Companies.

    Currently, he is working with Senior LEADERS to empower them in their journey to be purpose-driven servant leaders who create sustainable and innovative DISCRETIONARY PERFORMANCE (DP). DP is a direct consequence of both ‘soft’ & ‘hard’ positive team processes that encourages and nurtures positive effective behaviors that results in sustained extraordinary business success & “want-to-do” performance (as opposed to the min “have-to-do” performance) throughout an organization. DP at its core acts as a holistic approach to providing a methodology of applied positive transformational mindset and behavior change that embeds agility, resilience and adaptation into an organization’s DNA. His previous experience covers:

    - formulating & executing strategic planning and deployment (e.g. corporate & business unit strategy, financial analysis, market and competitive strategy, supply/demand-side strategy, e-business strategy, planning and integrating M&A, Alliances & Channels Management, eCRM, etc.)
    - Talent Management, Agile, Innovation, Design Thinking, BPR, Learning Organization, Organizational & Digital Transformation, People Science
    - macro & micro supply/demand sides of sustainable & holistic workforce planning, development (jobs | skills | andragogy), deployment, employment facilitation & outplacement - that blends social entrepreneurship with government interventions

    He has judged for various Leadership, Business and Organizational Excellence Awards, CIO and MIS Awards, the Singapore Lifelong Learner Awards and Singapore Human Resource Institute’s HR Awards & am a ICF Professional Certified Coach and a Strengths Coach.

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  • Sarah Tam

    Sarah Tam

    An integrated marketing communications professional, Ms. Tam has more than 20 years of diverse experience in the finance and media industry and has led international teams and large-scale projects in digital transformation, new market entry, and strategic marketing communications. Passionate about creating positive and sustainable impact, Ms. Tam has leveraged her marketing skills and new technologies to design innovative solutions for FinTech companies, multinational insurers, and banks.
    Ms. Tam has held a range of advisory positions for start-ups, social enterprises, and NGOs supporting their efforts in digital marketing, fund-raising, sustainability, public affairs, and leadership development.
    Ms. Tam has been active in public and community service. Currently, she co-chairs the 'Futures of Education' Hong Kong & GBA initiative and is a member of the Governing Committee for the UNESCO Hong Kong Association Glocal Peace Centre. She is also an Advisor and Deputy Supervisor of the Wofoo Social Enterprises’ Wofoo Leaders’ Network; and a founding member of the Rotary Action Group for Peace Hong Kong and Macao Chapter.
    Ms. Tam is a Fellow member and a Chartered Marketer of the Chartered Institute of Marketing in the United Kingdom. She holds a Master's degree in Online Journalism and a Bachelor's degree in Translation & Comparative Literature.

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  • Ewan Clarkson

    Ewan Clarkson

    As a PwC partner, Ewan focuses on enabling business strategy and driving competitive advantage through people with a relentless focus on transformation and change to deliver premium business results. Whether it’s his passion and interest in food, travel and golf or his professional priorities, he aims to surpass expectations and drive high quality and impactful outcomes.

    Ewan is a global citizen having lived in London, Washington DC, New York, Beijing and now Hong Kong with strong Asian and extensive international experience - in highly dynamic markets and cultures. His consulting assignments and contributions have taken him around the world from emerging and developing countries through to highly sophisticated and developed markets.

    Recognised through ‘HR Magazine’ and ‘Asia Transformation and Turnaround Association’ for his work together with PwC partners and staff on cultural change and transformation with people engagement and satisfaction scores improving from 45% to 72% over recent years. Ewan is an engaging and passionate leader with high energy and enthusiasm – focusing on what can be done rather than what can’t.

    As a trust based advisor with a strategic mindset and strong commercial sense, he simplifies complexities and is focused on delivering value. Together with his team he empowers highly committed talent through a fun, high quality and engaging environment. He operates knowing the best ideas can come from the most unlikely of places, always expecting a point of view – so drives high engagement and leadership at all levels of the organisation.

    Ewan believes that luck is a combination of ‘opportunity meeting preparedness’ with his early work experience and setting up businesses – evidenced by his experience at Her Majesty’s Treasury and Downing Street in London. He has been fortunate to gain a highly diverse and valuable set of experiences and progression over the years. He is frequently invited to speak and participate on external panels.

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  • Clare Muhiudeen

    Clare Muhiudeen

    As Head of Asia, Clare is responsible for driving business growth and leading WTW’s client and colleague experience across its business segments in Asia. Clare brings diverse experience to this role having spent 30 years in the business; serving clients and leading large, multi-disciplinary teams across large geographic regions.

    Most recently, she has been leading WTW International’s Human Capital & Benefits (HCB) segment. Her client base has included multinational companies in professional services, engineering, airlines, luxury brands, telecommunications and many more multi-disciplinary teams across various international markets including, Asia Pacific, Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Latin America.

    Clare began her career researching employee engagement at the London School of Economics before joining one of our legacy companies, the Wyatt Company, to work in HR consulting. Her career has progressed through the organization and across the globe, managing client relationships and teams in the UK, Europe and the Middle East before moving to run WTW’s Human Capital business in Asia Pacific in 2009, where she has been based ever since.

    She is an active supporter of DEI within the company acting as executive sponsor to several senior female leaders in addition to sponsoring the WTW Asia I&D council.

    Passionate about ensuring opportunity for all through education and skill development, her volunteer time includes being involved :
    As a member of MAYCHAM’s Women’s Internal Network ( WiN) subcommittee
    A joint founder of a HK focused senior women’s leadership programme – ACcelerate
    Trustee of a UK based Charity PAWA that supports teenage girls education in Asia
    Volunteer swim coach with SPLASH! Giving the disadvantaged in HK the opportunity to learn to swim

    Education and qualifications
    Bachelor’s degree in psychology, University of London
    Master of Science in Industrial Relations, London School of Economics

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  • David Lee

    David Lee

    David S. Lee is an award-winning teacher that is active broadly in the areas of ethics, fintech, leadership, law, and corporate governance. A recipient of multiple teaching excellence and teaching innovation awards, David is the first business academic to ever receive a UGC Teaching Award, the highest university teaching honor in Hong Kong.

    David feels teaching is a wonderful privilege and enjoys being in the classroom and engaging with students. He teaches in the undergraduate, executive education, MBA, and other taught postgraduate degree programs, including the IMBA with Fudan University, and the Executive MBA-Global Asia offered with Columbia Business School and London Business School.

    He develops case studies and teaching materials in the areas of corporate governance, decision-making, ethics, fintech, and leadership. He has received funding to explore how technology can be used to develop pedagogy and enhance learning. Combining his interests in ethics, finance, technology, and teaching, David is a co-instructor, along with his colleague, David Bishop, for a first of its kind massive open online course (MOOC) titled, FinTech Ethics and Risks, hosted by edX.

    David is a co-author of the first Asia focused business ethics textbook, Business Ethics: Ethical Decision Making and Cases, An Asia Edition (Cengage Learning Asia, 2019). His commentary and writing regularly appear in print and broadcast media and have been featured in the Harvard Business Review, Arirang TV, Handelsblatt, the Nikkei Asian Review, NK News (a North Korea focused specialist news provider), The Korea Times, TRT World, and the South China Morning Post.

    Prior to joining the University of Hong Kong, David worked in investment management. He started his career at Goldman Sachs and also has experience as a lawyer, in management consulting, and working with entrepreneurial ventures.

    David earned his J.D. from UCLA School of Law, his M.Sc. (with Merit) in Organisational and Social Psychology from the London School of Economics and Political Science, his M.A. in East Asian Studies from Harvard University, a Postgraduate Certificate in Philosophy from Cambridge, and his B.A., cum laude, in International Politics and Asian Studies from Brigham Young University. David is a lawyer, a CAIA (Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst) charterholder, and a Fellow of The Higher Education Academy (FHEA).

    David has lived in mainland China, South Korea, the United Kingdom, multiple places in the United States, and currently resides in Hong Kong with his family, who are by far his greatest source of inspiration.

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Table Reservation

Table of 8

Standard Price HKD 8,000
Individual Ticket
Standard Price HKD 1,200


Ballroom, 3/F, JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong

88 Pacific Place
Hong Kong SAR (China)

If you have any questions please contact Fenn Ho

Contact Organizer

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