Resource Speaker : Janet Lee
CEO and Lead Consultant of 95%, Janet Lee designs culture transformation programmes that clients rave about. She has a flair for making complex things simple, and is valued for the heart and honesty that she puts into every project.
“It was apparent that all participants walked away a few feet taller and a spring in their step – many of them inspired and transformed. Keep up the good work, Janet!”
– Karthik Siva, Founder of Global Brand Forum
Suggested Keynote Topics:
- Making Culture Stick: 4 Keys To Successful Culture Installation
- High-Performance Leadership: How To Build A High Performance Culture
- Bridging The Generational Gap In Companies
- Architect The Future: Strategies To Future-Proof Your Company Through Talent
Award winning advertising maven Janet Lee accomplished all her dreams in her 20 years of being in the industry. Never one to rest on her laurels, she has founded several businesses since then and in recent years ventured into pioneering the subject matter of corporate culture transformation in Malaysia. Janet is one of the first Malaysians to be a certified trainer of the UK-based Barrett Values Centre with access to the Cultural Transformation Tools (CTT).
Janet set up 95% The Corporate Culture Consultants in 2004. With the vision of Turning Workplaces Into Joyplaces, Janet has been designing and delivering Culture Transformation Programmes for companies in different industries. Working very closely with CEOs, HODs and other leaders, she unearths actionable insights on key areas of change that would yield the greatest impact in the shortest time. Her clients appreciate the bespoke approach and commitment to ensure that each culture programme achieves its objectives.
In addition to Culture Transformation Programmes, she has also designed and delivered performance booster programmes to ignite passion, develop resilience and leadership in the ASEAN region. In fact, many of her clients look to her for insights about the future generation of leaders.
The list of companies that she has worked with include the Marketing Division of MDeC (Multimedia Development Corporation), Cyberview, UM Specialist Centre, Affin Hwang Capital, Malaysian RE, Publicis Malaysia and Jakarta, The TBWA Group, Seven Sunday Films and more. She has also trained professionals from various industries including the Oil & Gas, Finance, Insurance, Hotel, and Retail Industries in the area of business and brand strategy, idea generation, copywriting, and presentation skills.
Dec 23, 2016, New Straits Times
Jan 10, 2015, The Star
May 5, 2008, Marketing Magazine
May 21, 2007, International Advertising Association