Hui Ming is the co-founder of Leaderonomics, a Social Entreprise niched in the area of leadership development.

She began her career as an auditor in PricewaterhouseCoopers Malaysia after which she joined FMP i.e. GE’s elite leadership development.
During her FMP tenure, she took on various Finance roles working in diverse
locations and GE businesses including GE Engine Services Malaysia, GE
Engine Services Strother (Kansas, USA), GE Capital Thailand in Bangkok
and a cross functional role in Corporate Learning Services Asia, supporting
leadership development programs and processes across Asia Pacific.

Upon graduation from the FMP program in early 2002, Hui Ming took on the
challenge of starting up the Shared Services Operations in Malaysia in her
new role as Shared Service Business Leader for GE’s Global Business
Services Operations. In 2004, she took on a cross functional role as the
Corporate Finance HR Leader for South East Asia. In this role, she designed
and implemented training and development programs from entry level to senior level talents of the organizations. One of the programs she developed, NFEO, became a global best practice which was adopted across Asia and Europe.

In early 2006, Hui Ming assumed the role of Asia HR Leader for Oil & Gas
and had responsibility for HR management and supporting people development in Oil & Gas entities across Asia Pacific.

In 2008, Hui Ming spent a year attached to United Voice, a Self Advocacy NGO of persons with learning disabilities supporting them in fundraising and advocacy initiatives. She was also a freelance consultant and was involved in a wide variety of HR and L&D projects in the logistics, financial, banking, telco, FMCG and media industries.

She graduated from Curtin University of Technology with a Bachelor of
Commerce majoring in Accounting and Finance. She is certified in a number
of training programs including Myer-Briggs Type Indicator, Change
Acceleration programs, including GE CAP, Facilitation Skills, WorkOut,
Program Design and a number of other leadership development programs. She also has consulting expertise in the area of Talent Development, Succession Planning, Workforce Optimization, Simulation & Content Design, Competency Frameworks, Internal People Engagement and Employer branding.

Hui Ming enjoys creative arts, music, reading and spending time with family
& friends.

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