Teaching in Singapore can be a choice assignment for Western trainers and instructors. Lily Kelly-Radford shares her experience on what to expect and how to prepare in the April 2018 issue of Training Magazine.

The cultural experience on the ground is rich and varied with a global outlook. English is the common language of commerce. It’s an easy place to feel safe as a foreigner.

Executive Development Group partners teach around the world and Lily has logged many hours in Asia. The Singapore report reveals an openness to Western executive education professionals and it can be academically challenging–in a good way!–for those who are prepared.

Singapore professionals value Western trade, but don’t expect any special deference to your academic credentials just because they’re American or European. There is a sense of pride and a preference for the region’s own universities.

Read the full story here.