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Sharing the vision

How do you get 175,000 people in more than 150 countries excited about a single vision? With a personal touch.

“When I heard about our Visionaries program I jumped at the chance to participate because I believe it’s important for any large organization to not only have a vision but also to talk about it,” says Wei Hock Lee, an Assurance Senior Manager in the EY Singapore office. “This was an opportunity to lead conversations that will help my peers think about the broader picture — beyond our country practice — and inspire them to find out more about our purpose and their role in achieving our ambition.”

Wei Hock is one of more than two hundred participants in our Asia-Pacific EY Visionaries network. The network was developed to encourage discussion about Vision 2020 among the 30,000 people across our Asia-Pacific Area. The Visionaries support open and honest two-way communication across EY and create an informal channel for our people to provide feedback to senior leadership.

To make sure that Visionaries have the most up-to-date information, they are kept informed through quarterly webcasts, a members-only online community and face-to-face meetings with senior leaders.

“In my 11 years with EY, I’ve never been more proud to work here. Vision 2020 is an important step in our journey to becoming an even stronger organization globally, and I want to share my excitement with my colleagues,” Wei Hock adds.

 

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