The Leaderonomics Show: “Create Sustainable Wealth, Purposefully,” Says Elsa Pau

Dec 20, 2016 1 Min Read
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Malaysia has seen a fair share of misappropriation of funds and money involving banks in the past years. It’s an honour that we had Elsa Pau Yuen-Ling, current publisher and chief executive officer of WealthAsia Group, to be on The Leaderonomics Show to talk about the pillars of creating sustainable wealth, philanthropy and making a difference from the financial/banking sector in Hong Kong.

Once named by AsiaWeek as one of Asia’s Most Influential Women, Pau, also the editor-in-chief of Benchmark magazine, shares some of the works and awards her team runs annually in recognising individuals and companies with the best practices/governance in the financial/banking industry.

 
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Here are some key takeaways from the interview:

  • It’s possible to make a good living, purposefully and trust-worthily, and making an impact in the community at the same time.
  • When you do things right, people (clients and customers) will trust you and stay loyal with you. You will gain more in the long-run, not necessarily in terms of monetary, but reputation, trustworthiness and credibility.
  • Look at investing time and resources to participate in highly-recognised awards to know where you stand among your peers in the industry and know where you can improve.
  • It’s up to women to take up opportunities available to reach your goals and dreams. Don’t see yourself from the perspective of gender, but your strengths, talent and capabilities.

 

Tell us what you think about having similar awards for the finance/banking industry in Malaysia at editor@leaderonomics.com. For more episodes of The Leaderonomics Show, click here. To engage with Leaderonomics to help your business thrive with integrity, email us at training@leaderonomics.com.

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