Dr. Andrew Ma Profile.

Leadership Experience:

Dr.  Ma is a seasoned leadership consultant and coach who has conducted leadership development programs to thousands of executives, managers and university students in the world. He  has extensive global management experience in diversified disciplines including marketing, business development, strategic & product management, system engineering, consultancy & training. Since 1994, he has worked in large multinational corporations as well as startups in Canada, US (Silicon Valley) and Asia Pacific in the telecom and hi tech industries. In 2006, he transitioned from his management role into a full time consultant & coach in order to pursue his passion – to develop & transform global leaders that impact the world.

Corporate Training Experience:

Andrew is passionate about leadership development – helping global leaders to excel in complex and dynamic environments while maintaining their own authenticity and value convictions. Since 2006, Andrew has offered hundreds of management training programs, team-building programs and talent development consultancy services in Hong Kong, Mainland China, Taiwan, and South East Asian countries. He specializes in cross-generational leadership, cross-cultural leadership, mindful leadership development using creative means such as forum theatre, meditation, e-learning, m-learning, case methods, role plays, etc. Among some of his clients that he has designed and conducted programs are GAP, Wyeth Nutrition, Dragages, HK Cyberport, Kellogg – HKUST MBA program office, Amadeus, Cathay Pacific Catering  Asia-World Expo and Hong Kong Police Force with excellent client feedback.

Education & Professional Accreditations:

Andrew has well-balanced education credentials. In 2014, he completed his  Ph.D in Global Leadership in Regent University, USA, with a research focus on cross-cultural and cross generational leadership. Previously, he earned  Executive MBA,  Masters & Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering, and a Bachelor Degree in Economics. He is the world first Chinese speaking Master trainer of MRG LEA 360®, accredited practitioner of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator ® Step I & II, certified trainer for J. Maxwell 360 Leadership®, and certified trainer for Miller Heiman Strategic Selling® and Conceptual Selling®. He is also one of the handful certified trainers of The Potential Project Corporate Based Mindfulness Training (TPP CBMT) in G. China. Besides working as a consultant and trainer, he also served part time lecturer in City University & Baptist University in Hong Kong in offering courses such as Global Business, Business Strategy and Business Ethics in the past years. He also has been providing leadership development to university students in leading universities such as Hong Kong University of Science and Technologies, City University, Peking University, Tsinghua University in China since 2008.

Leadership Publications

  • Ma, A. (2014). Leadership Concept Differences Across Generations in the Hong Kong Workforce: A Mixed-Method Study. (Doctoral’s thesis). Retrieved from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. (http://gradworks.umi.com/36/44/3644783.html)
  • Ma, A. (2013). Lead Like Water. Linked 2 leadership. Retrieved from: http://linked2leadership.com/2013/05/09/lead-like-water/
  • Ma, A. (2013). Stop Napping, Start Listening: Keys to a Successful Meeting. The Official Journal of the Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management. 18-21. doi: 10.1108/17506141111118481
  • Ma, A. (2013). Leadership in Les Miserables. Linked 2 leadership. Retrieved from: http://linked2leadership.com/2013/02/05/leadership-in-les-miserables/
  • Ma, A. & Osula B. (2011). The Tao of complex adaptive systems (CAS). Chinese Management Studies, 5 (1), 94 – 110. doi: 10.1108/17506141111118480
  • Ma, A. (2010). The Effect of a Cross-Cultural Leadership Training Program on the Cultural Intelligence Score of Chinese Students, Global Studies Journal. 3(1), 213-232. Retrieved from : http://gsj.cgpublisher.com/product/pub.184/prod.157
  • Ma, A. (2009). Comparison of the Origins of Altruism as Leadership Value Between Chinese and Christian Cultures,  Leadership Advance Online,  XVI.  Retrieved from: www.regent.edu/acad/global/publications/lao/issue…/LAO_IssXVI_Ma.pdf


    Fluent in English and Chinese

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