Building rapport

Keppel Land organises events for staff and management to mingle, at the same time, enhance collaboration between business units

Keppel Land continues to engage its staff on various platforms to foster greater interaction and rapport with management and among staff across business units.

In China, more than 70 senior management and staff from its Shanghai headquarters came together for Happy Hour on 29 July 2016. Held quarterly, the informal session seeks to enhance team spirit and is a platform to update staff on the Company’s latest developments.

In his opening address, CEO of Keppel Land, Mr Ang Wee Gee shared Keppel Corporation’s 1H 2016 results and encouraged Keppel Land China to play a greater role in contributing to the Group’s performance. He also reiterated Keppel Land’s focus on returns and shared that the Company will continue to look for opportunities to deepen its presence in its core market of China.

Mr Ang also urged staff to continually innovate and collaborate together, to improve efficiency and processes.

Separately on 19 August 2016, Keppel Land’s Welfare Committee organised a special education session for whisky aficionados.

Presented by Glenfiddich’s Regional Global Brand Ambassador for Asia Pacific, Mr Matthew Fergusson-Stewart, staff were engaged in an educational discussion on whiskies and had a taste of the brand’s bestselling selections in an exclusive whisky tasting session.

Mr Sim Puay Kiak, Chairman of the Keppel Land Welfare Committee, said, “Through such events, we hope to foster better interpersonal relations between colleagues, as well as show them that as a Keppel Land family, we not only work hard together, but we also enjoy the good times together.”