Irene Kang & Tim Hamons on Commitment
May 25, 8:00am - 9:30am +08. Hosted at Singapore Art Museum
part of a series on Commitment
About the speaker
Irene Kang is a committed and experienced lead facilitator, speaker, visual recorder, and project lead at Art of Awakening. She is passionate about supporting learners to apply new skills in work and life. After a 13 year career in the hospitality and tourism industry, culminating in her last held position as the Head of Admissions, Youth Leaders Mentor and Chairman of School Events Committee for SHATEC (Singapore Hotel and Tourism Education Centre), Irene decided to bring her experience in training and project management, together with her lifelong passion for art and creativity, and merge with a creative thinking consultancy.
In 2011, she co-founded Art of Awakening; a communication solutions consultancy employing creative and visual thinking processes and tools to support businesses and educational environments to boost learning and clarify communications. She is a strong believer in the impact of visuals to the learning process, and would include visual learning tools such as mind mapping, visual brainstorming and more as part of the learning design.
Irene is an Associate member of Asia Professional Speaker Singapore and Motherearth Toastmaster Club. She holds a BA in (Communication and Media Management) from University of South Australia.
Timothy Hamons is a dynamic and creative trainer, and facilitator, with over 15 years experience in leading teams and individuals towards greater success. He designs and delivers programs on personal and organizational creativity, and facilitates visual thinking / visual recording to capture, connect, and synthesize key conversations at conferences, strategy sessions, and innovation initiatives.
Tim’s background is in visual communication and design. He holds a degree of Bachelors of Science in Design from the University of Cincinnati, USA which was voted the top design school in the country in 1988. He worked with Landor Associates in San Francisco and London and developed corporate identity and communications programs for clients from various industries in Europe and America. In 1991 he moved to Singapore, where he started and ran his own successful visual communications consultancy for 10 years. He has worked with over 50 leading companies in Europe, USA, and Singapore to express their identity and values through written and graphic communications programs.
Creative Mornings is still here at Singapore Art Museum, Glass Hall. 71 Bras Basah Rd, Singapore 189555. Entrance is via the Queen Street gate.
GETTING THERE By MRT: Bras Basah MRT Station Traffic is unpredictable in the area during mornings, so do try and take public transport if possible.