Deborah Mannas is a HR leader in Hong Kong, with over 15 years in leadership positions. She is also a published poet and singer/songwriter, who has produced a solo album with songs she has written and performed, in collaboration with contemporary neo-soul band Hong Kong band, Soul Sessions.
Frazer Jones is proud to be supporting International Women's Day 2019. International Women’s Day celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. We interviewed Debbie Mannas, Head of Organisation Development and Talent, Asia, SunLife Financial.
Effective 10 July 2017, Debbie Mannas is head of organisation development and talent, Asia at Sun Life. Reporting directly to Jeff Kozan, head of HR and communications, Mannas will be responsible for leading the company’s talent management and talent development programmes across Asia.
Syzygy vocalist Debbie Mannas branches out with her debut solo record – while continuing to make the world a better place. Elizabeth Kerr reports.
Debbie Mannas grew up in Bangalore, India and moved to Hong Kong in 1991. Her love of music began early in life and she has been singing from a very young age. Her deep interest in human behaviour helps her to write meaningful songs in many different styles and genres.
Coming from an Anglo-Indian background, poet and singer-songwriter Deborah Mannas says “she grew up in traditional India but in an untraditional family.”
Debbie Mannas, Group Head of Human Resources, Wallem Group explained, “With the company growing fast, we wanted to go further and give our technical experts the skills to manage and lead teams.”
Welcome to Wednesday on Morning Brew. At 9.40 our daily travels begin with Janice Jensen from Nevis Animal Speak. Today she wants to talk about getting a dog for your...dog. At 11.10 we welcome back star singer Debbie Mannas for some music, and the Radio 3 unveiling of her brand new album “Magician”.
Debbie Mannas, Group Head of Human Resources, Wallem Group has over 25 years of HR experience — with over half of these leading the function. She shared the organisations journey on collecting and leveraging HR metrics
“A lot of people tell me that part of the fun watching us is just seeing us and interacting and having a good time,” says Hei Sha drummer Harold Mandel. “It’s like a conversation taking place on stage.”
All the more remarkable when you consider that Hei Sha have been together only since Wan Chai Live festival in 2002 and that they don’t always speak exactly the same language.