Seamus Phan

Speaker, Author, Strategist, Technologist, Artist

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Soaring above in a hot air balloon

We are generation flux – From full-time to hybrid staffing models

Some young friends of mine started hunting for jobs after graduation, and noticed that there seem to be more and more part-time or contract jobs, rather than outright full-time offerings. They are of course worried.

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20160129_b737_uudd7 - Seamus Phan in a Boeing B737NG procedure trainer

What if you live till 100 and beyond? What would you do?

Have YOU thought about retirement yet? No, I am NOT a financial adviser or anything related. I am NOT selling you anything. This is a philosophical and a pragmatic question.

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Seamus Phan, keynote speaker, APATS (Asia Pacific Training Symposium), Singapore

Lessons from the airline incident – Smart crisis preparedness

By now, practically a large part of the connected world may have read or viewed the incident at United Airlines Flight 3411 that happened in early April 2017.

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Watch and time

Doing the work of several people? Be grateful.

These days, mid-level management jobs are getting fewer, as organizations streamline and continue to flatten their hierarchies. Top-level jobs are also getting fewer, simply because jobs are consolidating and people are less likely to jump these days.

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immersive training - Seamus on a Boeing 737NG FTD

Transformative communication – beyond public relations

The PR industry is facing an upheaval, primarily due to the decline of mainstream media, where traditional media channels such as newspapers, magazines, and broadcast stations are facing dwindling subscribers in this side of the world. To counter the decline, some media has adopted a “gated content” philosophy, while consolidation continues to happen.

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Seamus Phan, artist and his tools - disposable pre-inked Japanese brush pens and a sketchbook

News – Launch of artistaviator.com

Asian artist Seamus Phan launches online gallery at artistaviator.com

Chinese painter uses Japanese brush pens and sketchbooks to paint on the road

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