Date: Thursday May 14, 2020
Time: 10 – 11 am
Location: Zoom Webinar
In the face of the global COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses and organizations are transitioning to work from home. With lock-downs and social distancing likely to continue for months, it will be increasingly important to ensure that people are prepared to handle this new reality.
In this webinar, BCGE’s Country Director Kyawt Kay Thi Win will discuss:
– How to write a flexible working/work from home policy
– Guidelines for managers and employees
– Tips for working parents
– Online meeting etiquette
– Checklist for working from home
Join us for an informative session to build strong policies and gain practical tools and resources on how to manage your team better.
The webinar will be in Burmese, and is free and open to the public. Register to attend below!
About the speaker
Kyawt Kay Thi Win is the Country Director of Business Coalition for Gender Equality (BCGE), an
association which encourages businesses and organisations in Myanmar to promote gender equality in
their workplace and in their community, including by going through EDGE Certification, a global
benchmarking assessment for workplace gender equality. BCGE is supported by Investing in Women, an
initiative of the Australian Government. Kyawt has more than 16 years of experience in the commercial
and development sectors in various roles, from Assistant Manager to Country Director in sales and
marketing, real estate, project management, marketing and communications, garment sector
development, donor-funded projects and corporate management in local, international companies and
agencies including PSI, PyoePin and MGMA. Before she joined BCGE, she was the Corporate Director of
Cardno Myanmar, an international consulting firm where she expanded the organisation from two team
members to seven hundred with twelve projects of the World Bank and ADB. She is passionate about
women’s active participation in leadership position and decision making and gender equality activities in
Myanmar, contributing to the area throughout her career. She is one of the advisory board members of
Women’s Voice and Leadership Myanmar. She enjoys cooking in her spare time. She is a mother of a 7-
year-old, who will always be her baby girl.