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Janet De Silva

Dean, Ivey Asia at Ivey Business School

Sean Dineen  is a Principal Consultant with Right Management and is a Leadership and Organizational Assessment Subject Matter Expert. Sean focuses on the design of assessment and development initiatives to help organizations improve selection and retention practices, enhance succession management, and identify/ accelerate development of high performers. Sean’s area of expertise includes the identification, assessment and development of high potential talent who can take on more strategic/global roles. He has worked extensively in both the Americas and Asia Pacific and has coached numerous leaders in global roles. Sean holds his B.S. from Loyola College in Maryland and his M.S. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Baltimore. He was nominated into Right Management’s Emerging Leaders program and he has co-authored a number of articles on employee engagement and the multi-generational workforce.
Tania Fan  is a Head of Learning and Development, North East Asia and Commercial Asia with Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ). After getting her MBA from the Simon Fraser University in Canada, Tania has held a number of different leadership roles in the Banking Industry. During her 18 years with the Banking Industry, Tania has worked with 3 international banks in 4 countries. She started as an RM and has worked in Private Bank and Retail Business. She became a L&D training manager over 10 years ago with HSBC. With her passion in training and her solid understanding of the 'bread and butter” of the bank, she quickly took up leadership role in L&D. After 5 years of solid performance in Canada and the US, Tania was seconded to China to take up a leadership role in L&D heading up a department of over 40 trainers to support the growth and restructure of the bank. After completing her secondment in China, Tania has moved to Hong Kong where she took up various regional L&D roles.
Janet De Silva  leads Ivey Asia, the Hong Kong permanent campus of Canada's premier business school and its offices in Beijing and Shanghai. This role follows more than 10 years of China CEO experience leading Canadian Sun Life Financial's business in Hong Kong and then its Mainland China joint venture. In 2007, Jan co-founded Retail China Limited with a private equity group. The company was acquired by a Singapore group in late 2009. Highly respected in the business community, Jan has served terms as both Chair and President of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong and Chair of Canada China Business Council, Beijing. In 2007, she was named one of Canada's Top 100 Most Powerful Women. In 2006 she was awarded an honorary doctorate by Thompson Rivers University in Canada and a guest professor designation by Tianjin University of Science and Technology in China. She was named Asian Business Executive in the 2006 Stevie Awards for Women in Business. She is on the board of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong; Canadian International School of Hong Kong; and, Blue Umbrella Limited, an Asian based due diligence and risk management services provider.

Peter Liu  is the Managing Director of executive search firm AsiaNet and Co-chair of AmCham’s Human Capital Committee.With over twenty years of line management experience, Mr. Liu has previously held senior positions at Peninsula Knitters, a major global garment manufacturer and marketer based in Hong Kong. Prior to that, he was President of Burlington Worldwide, a Hong Kong-based subsidiary of the US’ largest textile company, Director of TAL Apparel, and Managing Director and Chief Representative, China for Betz Lab Inc. Mr. Liu has an MBA in Export Management and International Business from the CASS Business School and a Degree in Chemistry from the University of London.

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Sean Dineen

Principal Consultant at Right Management Hong Kong Ltd

Sean Dineen  is a Principal Consultant with Right Management and is a Leadership and Organizational Assessment Subject Matter Expert. Sean focuses on the design of assessment and development initiatives to help organizations improve selection and retention practices, enhance succession management, and identify/ accelerate development of high performers. Sean’s area of expertise includes the identification, assessment and development of high potential talent who can take on more strategic/global roles. He has worked extensively in both the Americas and Asia Pacific and has coached numerous leaders in global roles. Sean holds his B.S. from Loyola College in Maryland and his M.S. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Baltimore. He was nominated into Right Management’s Emerging Leaders program and he has co-authored a number of articles on employee engagement and the multi-generational workforce.
Tania Fan  is a Head of Learning and Development, North East Asia and Commercial Asia with Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ). After getting her MBA from the Simon Fraser University in Canada, Tania has held a number of different leadership roles in the Banking Industry. During her 18 years with the Banking Industry, Tania has worked with 3 international banks in 4 countries. She started as an RM and has worked in Private Bank and Retail Business. She became a L&D training manager over 10 years ago with HSBC. With her passion in training and her solid understanding of the 'bread and butter” of the bank, she quickly took up leadership role in L&D. After 5 years of solid performance in Canada and the US, Tania was seconded to China to take up a leadership role in L&D heading up a department of over 40 trainers to support the growth and restructure of the bank. After completing her secondment in China, Tania has moved to Hong Kong where she took up various regional L&D roles.
Janet De Silva  leads Ivey Asia, the Hong Kong permanent campus of Canada's premier business school and its offices in Beijing and Shanghai. This role follows more than 10 years of China CEO experience leading Canadian Sun Life Financial's business in Hong Kong and then its Mainland China joint venture. In 2007, Jan co-founded Retail China Limited with a private equity group. The company was acquired by a Singapore group in late 2009. Highly respected in the business community, Jan has served terms as both Chair and President of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong and Chair of Canada China Business Council, Beijing. In 2007, she was named one of Canada's Top 100 Most Powerful Women. In 2006 she was awarded an honorary doctorate by Thompson Rivers University in Canada and a guest professor designation by Tianjin University of Science and Technology in China. She was named Asian Business Executive in the 2006 Stevie Awards for Women in Business. She is on the board of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong; Canadian International School of Hong Kong; and, Blue Umbrella Limited, an Asian based due diligence and risk management services provider.

Peter Liu  is the Managing Director of executive search firm AsiaNet and Co-chair of AmCham’s Human Capital Committee.With over twenty years of line management experience, Mr. Liu has previously held senior positions at Peninsula Knitters, a major global garment manufacturer and marketer based in Hong Kong. Prior to that, he was President of Burlington Worldwide, a Hong Kong-based subsidiary of the US’ largest textile company, Director of TAL Apparel, and Managing Director and Chief Representative, China for Betz Lab Inc. Mr. Liu has an MBA in Export Management and International Business from the CASS Business School and a Degree in Chemistry from the University of London.

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Tania Fan

Head of Learning & Development, NEA and Commercial Asia, Human Resources at Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited

Sean Dineen  is a Principal Consultant with Right Management and is a Leadership and Organizational Assessment Subject Matter Expert. Sean focuses on the design of assessment and development initiatives to help organizations improve selection and retention practices, enhance succession management, and identify/ accelerate development of high performers. Sean’s area of expertise includes the identification, assessment and development of high potential talent who can take on more strategic/global roles. He has worked extensively in both the Americas and Asia Pacific and has coached numerous leaders in global roles. Sean holds his B.S. from Loyola College in Maryland and his M.S. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Baltimore. He was nominated into Right Management’s Emerging Leaders program and he has co-authored a number of articles on employee engagement and the multi-generational workforce.
Tania Fan  is a Head of Learning and Development, North East Asia and Commercial Asia with Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ). After getting her MBA from the Simon Fraser University in Canada, Tania has held a number of different leadership roles in the Banking Industry. During her 18 years with the Banking Industry, Tania has worked with 3 international banks in 4 countries. She started as an RM and has worked in Private Bank and Retail Business. She became a L&D training manager over 10 years ago with HSBC. With her passion in training and her solid understanding of the 'bread and butter” of the bank, she quickly took up leadership role in L&D. After 5 years of solid performance in Canada and the US, Tania was seconded to China to take up a leadership role in L&D heading up a department of over 40 trainers to support the growth and restructure of the bank. After completing her secondment in China, Tania has moved to Hong Kong where she took up various regional L&D roles.
Janet De Silva  leads Ivey Asia, the Hong Kong permanent campus of Canada's premier business school and its offices in Beijing and Shanghai. This role follows more than 10 years of China CEO experience leading Canadian Sun Life Financial's business in Hong Kong and then its Mainland China joint venture. In 2007, Jan co-founded Retail China Limited with a private equity group. The company was acquired by a Singapore group in late 2009. Highly respected in the business community, Jan has served terms as both Chair and President of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong and Chair of Canada China Business Council, Beijing. In 2007, she was named one of Canada's Top 100 Most Powerful Women. In 2006 she was awarded an honorary doctorate by Thompson Rivers University in Canada and a guest professor designation by Tianjin University of Science and Technology in China. She was named Asian Business Executive in the 2006 Stevie Awards for Women in Business. She is on the board of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong; Canadian International School of Hong Kong; and, Blue Umbrella Limited, an Asian based due diligence and risk management services provider.

Peter Liu  is the Managing Director of executive search firm AsiaNet and Co-chair of AmCham’s Human Capital Committee.With over twenty years of line management experience, Mr. Liu has previously held senior positions at Peninsula Knitters, a major global garment manufacturer and marketer based in Hong Kong. Prior to that, he was President of Burlington Worldwide, a Hong Kong-based subsidiary of the US’ largest textile company, Director of TAL Apparel, and Managing Director and Chief Representative, China for Betz Lab Inc. Mr. Liu has an MBA in Export Management and International Business from the CASS Business School and a Degree in Chemistry from the University of London.

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Peter Liu

Senior Managing Director of Asianet Consultants (HK) Ltd

Sean Dineen  is a Principal Consultant with Right Management and is a Leadership and Organizational Assessment Subject Matter Expert. Sean focuses on the design of assessment and development initiatives to help organizations improve selection and retention practices, enhance succession management, and identify/ accelerate development of high performers. Sean’s area of expertise includes the identification, assessment and development of high potential talent who can take on more strategic/global roles. He has worked extensively in both the Americas and Asia Pacific and has coached numerous leaders in global roles. Sean holds his B.S. from Loyola College in Maryland and his M.S. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Baltimore. He was nominated into Right Management’s Emerging Leaders program and he has co-authored a number of articles on employee engagement and the multi-generational workforce.
Tania Fan  is a Head of Learning and Development, North East Asia and Commercial Asia with Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ). After getting her MBA from the Simon Fraser University in Canada, Tania has held a number of different leadership roles in the Banking Industry. During her 18 years with the Banking Industry, Tania has worked with 3 international banks in 4 countries. She started as an RM and has worked in Private Bank and Retail Business. She became a L&D training manager over 10 years ago with HSBC. With her passion in training and her solid understanding of the 'bread and butter” of the bank, she quickly took up leadership role in L&D. After 5 years of solid performance in Canada and the US, Tania was seconded to China to take up a leadership role in L&D heading up a department of over 40 trainers to support the growth and restructure of the bank. After completing her secondment in China, Tania has moved to Hong Kong where she took up various regional L&D roles.
Janet De Silva  leads Ivey Asia, the Hong Kong permanent campus of Canada's premier business school and its offices in Beijing and Shanghai. This role follows more than 10 years of China CEO experience leading Canadian Sun Life Financial's business in Hong Kong and then its Mainland China joint venture. In 2007, Jan co-founded Retail China Limited with a private equity group. The company was acquired by a Singapore group in late 2009. Highly respected in the business community, Jan has served terms as both Chair and President of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong and Chair of Canada China Business Council, Beijing. In 2007, she was named one of Canada's Top 100 Most Powerful Women. In 2006 she was awarded an honorary doctorate by Thompson Rivers University in Canada and a guest professor designation by Tianjin University of Science and Technology in China. She was named Asian Business Executive in the 2006 Stevie Awards for Women in Business. She is on the board of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong; Canadian International School of Hong Kong; and, Blue Umbrella Limited, an Asian based due diligence and risk management services provider.

Peter Liu  is the Managing Director of executive search firm AsiaNet and Co-chair of AmCham’s Human Capital Committee.With over twenty years of line management experience, Mr. Liu has previously held senior positions at Peninsula Knitters, a major global garment manufacturer and marketer based in Hong Kong. Prior to that, he was President of Burlington Worldwide, a Hong Kong-based subsidiary of the US’ largest textile company, Director of TAL Apparel, and Managing Director and Chief Representative, China for Betz Lab Inc. Mr. Liu has an MBA in Export Management and International Business from the CASS Business School and a Degree in Chemistry from the University of London.