Whether you are just starting your career or is already rising to the top, these people can greatly teach you a thing or two on how you can reach your greatest potential.
- Jonathan Yabut
He is not only the winner of the Apprentice Asia Season 1, he is also a proud Filipino who has won multiple awards in the field of marketing and human resource. He has over 12 years of experience working in Southeast Asia and was dubbed as the “Asia’s Millionaire Guru.”
2. Francis Kong
Francis Kong is a businessperson, an author, and an owner of consultancy companies. He also has his daily Radio Program, “Business Matters” which has received several awards. He has a passion in mentoring people by sharing his ideas on how one person can improve his life and work.
3. Bridgette Hyacinth
She is a bestselling Author of the book: he Future of Leadership: Rise of Automation, Robotics and Artificial Intelligence. She is also one of the most followed person on LinkedIn. She has been ranked:
Top 100 Most Influential people of African Descent under 40.
Top 20 EMEA-Based Tech Experts to inspire Digital Transformation Efforts.
Top 100 HR Influencers (Leadership & Development) of 2018.
4. Oleg Vishnepolsky
He is known as the Chief Technology Officer of the The Daily Mail, the largest English language news website in the world. He specializes in managing international and distributed technical teams. He took his Master’s Degree in Moscow Engineering Physics Institute and Pace University and has served as Vice President of Publishing and Search at AOL Time Warner.
LinkedIn leads a diversified business with revenues from membership subscriptions, advertising sales and recruitment solutions. In December 2016, Microsoft completed its acquisition of LinkedIn, bringing together the world’s leading professional cloud and the world’s leading professional network.
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