GE2017-13
GEST Training: Moderating Skills Workshop
主持技巧工作坊
To successfully moderate a forum or talk is a skill that needs to be understood and put into practice to ensure that the event goes as smoothly as possible. GE invites students to be moderators, offering them opportunities to develop their skills and exchange views with guests directly. In this workshop, Miss Stephanie Lam, Barrister-at-Law, Accredited Mediator and Associate member, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, will share with us her experience of moderating forums and large-scale events. Participants will have the opportunity to moderate upcoming GE events.

Host: Ms. Stephanie Lam (Barrister-at-Law, Accredited Mediator & Associate member, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators)
Date: 6/10 (Fri)
Time: 18:45 – 20:15
Venue: KK101, K.K. Leung Building
Language: English


Registration (starts at 10:00 on 13/9):
For HKU students and staff - https://hkuems1.hku.hk/hkuems/ec_regform.aspx?ueid=52086




Schedule:
Date Time Venue
06 Oct 2017 18:45 - 20:15 KK101
Bio of Instructor(s) 導師簡介:
Stephanie LamMs. Stephanie Lam
Stephanie is a Barrister-at-Law and an Accredited Mediator in Hong Kong. She is also an Associate member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, In 2012, she completed her JD at HKU and PCLL in 2013. She was pupil of Bernacchi Chambers, 601 Dina House, Denis Chang's Chambers, as well as Tower Chambers and held internships with Hogan Lovells (HK), O'Melveny & Myers (HK), mini-pupillage at Gilt Chambers and was a High Court marshal with The Hon. Judge Anselmo Reyes. Stephanie graduated from Northwestern University majoring in Communication Studies and History (Asia/Middle East). She was a graduate and Teaching Assistant of the Northwestern's Undergraduate Leadership Certificate Program, interned with Goldman Sachs (Chicago) in private wealth management, and the HKSAR Government's Sustainable Development Unit. Prior to her legal career, her expertise was in organizational management and communications. Miss Lam has been a professional trainer for youth leadership since 2006, specializing in the coordination of youths in policy analysis and political debate training, as well as a variety of leadership training realms. In 2009, she was the Operations Director for a private entrepreneurship start-up web business in Hong Kong, and also attained a master degree in international and public affairs in 2009 at HKU and the School of Advanced International Studies at John Hopkins University specializing in the study of energy development and origins of terrorism.