DATE: Tuesday, January 12, 2021
TIME: 8 PM to 9 PM
Presented by Dr. Roy Chan
In line with making a change in the new year, let us learn to better our relationships at the workplace.
A review of literature from previous millennia reveals that the generational gap has existed since ancient times. Yet we continue to struggle with relationships between people of different generations.
This workshop explores the reasons behind the generational gap between coworkers in the context of the workplace. Do join us to understand the issues underlying the differences between generations and learn how to address them to improve our relationships at work.
Participants can gain the following knowledge:
Dr. Roy is a regular speaker at corporations and other organizations. He has spoken at Goldman Sachs, the Macquarie group, AXA and Deloitte.
Dr. Roy obtained his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and his Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Psychology from the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York. Dr. Roy is trilingual in English, Cantonese and Mandarin. He is comfortable with different cultures and has worked in various international and local settings in Singapore and Hong Kong. He has a preference with helping his clients explore their relationships with other people and objects from a psychodynamic perspective.
His doctoral dissertation titled the Cultural Narratives Behind Parental Choice of Treatment for their Child with ASD was presented at the 2019 Asia Pacific Autism Conference.