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Ir Dr. Raymond Ho, SBS, JP

Honorary President (Government and Public Affairs)

Chairman of Dashun Foundation

 

Founding Chairman of Belt & Road Global Development Alliance (BARGDA)

 

HK Deputy to the 10th and 11th National People’s Congress of the PRC

 

Former Member of Legislative Council

 

Former President of Hong Kong Institution of Engineers

 

President of Association of Engineering Professionals in Society

I have become a management professional at a young age. I wish to share my experience with the young executives of CMA on how to become successful leaders in their industries and the proper attitude to meet future challenges.

 

First, having the right attitude is the key to achieving a successful career. A successful leader must have self- confidence and treat everyone with fairness.

 

Be accommodating - No matter how big or small the company is, as management you should also understand the requirements of your subordinates. Reasonable criticism must be accepted, analyzed and improved.

 

Be proactive - If you have more contact with people, you will better understand the society and human behavior.  If you can help solve other’s problems, besides building a good relationship you will also have a sense of fulfillment.

 

Open to new challenges - Updating what is going on in the world will help you analyze and react to crisis with speed and precision.

 

Equally important is to upkeep your professional knowledge to enhance your competitiveness in the business field.

 

The CMA program offered by the Institute of Certified Management Accountants (CMA) is an effective tool for middle management and accountants who seek moving up to senior management levels, because what they teach is not only on the knowledge of accountancy, but on how to better manage and utilize data and figures in the operation of an organization, that is, how to become a decision maker of a company.

New Treasure Trove for Young People in Hong Kong

The “One Belt, One Road Initiative (BRI)” proposed by the country in 2013 now has already got around 150 countries listed as having signed up to the BRI.  In echo to this national policy, I have established the Belt and Road International Development Alliance (Belt and Road Alliance or BARGDA), with the primary objective of facilitating enterprises, especially small, medium size companies and professionals in Hong Kong to capitalize on the vast opportunities created by this national strategy.

 

Similarly, the development of the “Greater Bay Area” is aiming at constructing the world’s largest bay area cultural-business-economic centre.  In the days to come, the above two national strategies will bring unlimited opportunities for enterprises and professionals in Hong Kong and the ASEAN countries. Young professionals should seize these great opportunities and start equipping themselves to embrace the grand era of “Community with a Shared Future for Mankind”.

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