Attention to go-getters and leaders

How to become a CEO
and 10x your impact & income

Hear from a Singapore CEO himself

In light of Phase 2(heightened alert), covid measures are put in place in the live event in line with all official requirements.

If you think that you cannot rise to the top because you are:

If you think that you cannot rise to the top because you are:

Of wrong nationality/gender/background

Lacking in qualifications

Deprived of a chance by your superior who hogs the position

Stuck in a deadend job

Of wrong nationality/gender/background?

Lacking in qualifications?

Deprived of a chance by your superior who hogs the position

Stuck in a deadend job?

Chances are, you are wrong.

The biggest problem is that you haven't been spending time on planning your own career.

You spend so much time working and planning for your company that you haven't got time to plan for your own career!


When was the last time you did a SWOT analysis on your career?

Rising to the top doesn't happen by chance, it takes deliberate planning. 
You have to at least plan 5-10 years in advance to let it take place.  

However, you probably don't need anyone to tell you that it is worth the effort. 

People at the top do not worry about retrenchment, are highly sought after and enjoy huge stock options and bonuses.

Most are not privy to the career strategy used by the high-fliers because CEOs rarely come out to the public to share…....Until now

Chances are, you are wrong.

The biggest problem is that you haven't been spending time on planning your own career.

You spend so much time working and planning for your company that you haven't got time to plan for your own career!


When was the last time you did a SWOT analysis on your career?

Rising to the top doesn't happen by chance, it takes deliberate planning. 
You have to at least plan 5-10 years in advance in order to let it take place.  

However, you probably don't need anyone to tell you that it is worth the effort. 

People at the top do not worry about retrenchment, are highly sought after and earn enjoy huge stock options and bonuses. 

Most are not privy to the career strategy used by the high-fliers because the CEOs rarely come out to the public to share…..Until now!

A rare event by 2 CEOs

who have been there done that

Dr Bill Foo was CEO, ANZ Singapore for about 12 years, running the bank with about 2,100 staff as one of the largest banks based in Singapore.

Bill is currently Chairman of Tung Lok Group, with about 30 restaurants in Singapore and the region. He is Lead Director of CDL Hospitality (19 hotels with US$2 billion in assets) and Director of Tower Capital PE (which owns 72% of Eu Yan Sang Chinese Medical). He is also advisor to several other listed companies.

Boyd Au founded Enzer, a publicly listed Singapore company yielding $80million annual revenue at the point of his exit.

Boyd is also the author of the Straits Times No. 1 Bestseller I Don’t Want To Be Poor. He has trained, coached and mentored 700 students with businesses that range from start-ups to SMEs making over $20 million in annual revenue in the last 10 years.

What it takes to rise to the top?

Be celebrated, not tolerated
Not all positions are created equal in the company. Some roles within the company are set to be automated or outsourced in no time, while others are highly-valued. Akin to running on a treadmill, you could be working very hard in a role that gets you nowhere, or even downhill. On the other hand, your peer might be already on the escalator to success. The good news is that there are ways for you to position yourself strategically.

Get unstuck in your career
There is no such thing as being “Hentak kaki”(stagnating) in your career. It only exists in the mind. If you think that you have reached the pinnacle in your career, think again. There are certain attributes and portfolios that qualify you for a senior executive position that you may not be privy to. If you are willing to make changes, getting ahead is not as hard as one might imagine.

Maximize output within minimal input
Medical specialists make 5 to 10x more than general practitioners. Hedge fund managers generate 5 to 10x more income than investment bankers. The art of maximizing output is one that most CEOs and senior executives are well-acquainted with. Whether it may be maximizing output to generate more value for the company or fatten your bonus, this is a highly valuable & transferrable know-how.

76% Of People Think Mentors Are Important,

But Only 37%* Have One

*Olivet Nazarene University

What you will learn

How to get more done with less time so that you don't need to sacrifice your health and life just to get to the top

How to strategize your career and identify opportunities to make sure you work hard in the right direction

How to multiply yourself so that other people carry out the work for you while you play golf


Most people overestimate their competition and underestimate themselves. As a result, competition is much higher at the bottom where everyone wants to be.

Michelangelo said:


“The greatest danger for most of us lies not in setting our aim too high and falling short; but in setting our aim too low, and achieving our mark.”

Go to where there is lesser competition by aiming for the top.


"Probably the first time a CEO is pulling back the curtain and showing you the path straight to the top"

Join us for this 1.5 hours session:

How to be a CEO and rise to the top

Venue: 

Orchard Hotel (442 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238879)

Fee(limited-time only): 

$149

$29  

Upcoming dates:
12th June 2021 Saturday  9.30am -11.30am

(Only 50 seats available) 

Learn from real practitioners

Both Bill & Boyd were not born with a silver spoon in their mouth. They started at the very bottom of the hierarchy and slowly worked their way up.


In the process, they had to deal with the struggles that all of us faced-foreign competition, technological change & office politics.


Against all odds, they were fortunate to rise to the top.


Today, they spend most of their time teaching, mentoring and volunteering with non profit organizations such as the Salvation Army.


Unlike your typical speakers, gurus or trainers, Bill & Boyd are industry practitioners with a passion for teaching. Learn from their experiences & mistakes and shortcut your path to success.

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FAQ

Why are Bill and Boyd spending time to do this?

Having retired from their CEO positions, both Bill & Boyd are setting aside time to indulge in their passion of educating future generations. Besides, Singapore can really do with more CEOs!

I don’t want to be a CEO, I am contented to be a VP.

Of course, not everyone wants to or can be a CEO. However, there is no harm in aiming high. Aim for the stars and land on the moon, as they say. If you fail in your plan to be a CEO, its not bad being a VP or a director, isn’t it?

I can’t be a CEO because I am not a programmer/ salesperson/ extrovert.

The common myth is that there is only 1 set path to the top. The truth is that there are many ways in which you can rise to the top. All roads lead to Rome. Both Bill & Boyd played to their strengths and avoided their weaknesses. No one is perfect, even CEOs. The key is to plan your career such that you can leverage your strengths. That’s why planning is so important!

I am not a manager/director currently

This is open to the public. You can start anywhere in your career as long as you have a spirit of learning. Besides, the earlier you start your career planning, the higher odds you have of success. 

Will the methods work for my industry? I am in shipping/IT/F&B/Other industry.

The information to be shared is not specific to any industry, be it finance or electronics. In fact, both the speakers have vast experience in a wide variety of industries and have advised students and companies in various industries. The principles of rising to the top to be shared during the workshop are universally applicable.

I don’t need this because I work very hard to get to the top

There is no need to reinvent the wheel. Success leaves a trail. The quickest way to the top is to learn from people who have already done that. Most successful people had the guidance of a mentor. Mark Zuckerberg learnt from Steve Jobs, Oprah Winfrey from Maya Angelou, Bill Gates from Warren Buffett. You get the idea.

Are we allowed to attend the talk in Phase 2(heightened alert)?

Yes, we are observing all official requirements: No food & drinks are to be provided, no intermingling and no taking off of masks at all times. Safe distancing measures are also put in place.