Here's a chance to polish your business writing skills. Dun & Bradstreet Hong Kong has enlisted management consultant Mary Suen to lead a one-day workshop on effective business writing. The event, to be held in Cantonese with English manuals, will be on March 18 from 9.30am to 5.30pm at the BEA Tower, Millennium City 5, 418 Kwun Tong Road, Kowloon. Course fee is HK$2,200 and you can call 25161382 for information.
Wong way to keep staff happy
Seats are going fast, so better book your place at the "Success with Happy Coaching 1-Day Workshop", featuring Dr Harry Wong, who will offer tips on how to keep your employees happy, loyal and productive.
Co-organised by Classified Post and Kornerstone, the Cantonese-language workshop will be held on March 30 from 9.30am to 6pm in Central. The early-bird registration special of HK$1,960 per person is available up to March 18. The standard rate is HK$2,800. For more information, visit www.classifiedpost.com/happycoaching.
Spirited look at activism
The American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong is presenting Steve Crawshaw - co-author of Small Acts of Resistance and director of Amnesty International - to talk about how to change the world through courage, tenacity and ingenuity. He will present a spirited look at human rights and international activism. The event will be on March 18 from noon to 2pm, with sandwiches and beverages, at the Bank of America Tower in Central. The fee for members is HK$250 and HK$350 for non-members. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 28101289.