Making An Impact


Inspire Network is honored to have Mr Glenn Seah again with us for our first seminar of 2016. Join us on 25 Feb, 1230pm for an inspiring message on making an impact. 

At each stage of life, we meet new people – teachers, friends, colleagues, bosses, subordinates, even our own children at some point!

While it’s certainly true that one ought not to judge a book by its cover, first impressions do matter. So what sort of first impression do you want to make? And after that, how do you translate a great first impression into a lasting impact, and prove that there’s substance behind the veneer?

They say that experience is just the name we give to our mistakes, so Glenn is pleased to share his mistakes on how to make a great first impression, and a lasting impact!


  • 1220: Registration & Bring-Your-Own Lunch
  • 1230: Welcome & Introduction
  • 1235: First Impressions; Lasting Impact!
  • 1305: Q&A
  • 1315: Networking
  • 1330: Close

About Our Speaker

Mr Glenn Seah is Head, Legal, Compliance and Company Secretary’s Office at the Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX), an integrated exchange, clearing house and depository offering trading, clearing, settlement and depository services for Asian and international financial and commodities products. Mr Seah is responsible for driving the exchange’s compliance with local and international regulations and best practices across the globe. He joined SGX in February 2012 from Standard Chartered Bank, where he was Regional Head, Wholesale Bank Compliance in Singapore and South-East Asia, covering corporate banking products from transaction banking to financial markets, corporate finance and private equity, and overseeing wholesale bank compliance in several Asia-Pacific countries. Mr Seah was also a Deputy Public Prosecutor and State Counsel with the Attorney-General’s Chambers for several years, covering a broad spectrum of criminal law, including trial and appellate work, cross-border mutual legal assistance and the revision of Singapore’s criminal laws and procedures.

To register for a complimentary seat please click here.


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