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Talent Acquisition Trend Conference 2016

Starting in 2012, Business Exchange Club and Senior HR Forum have been co-hosting this event to get talent acquisition practitioners together to learn about the latest trend as well as exchange views about their latest best practices.

This event covers key areas in Talent Acquisition including e-recruitment, candidate experience, HR technology for talent sourcing, employer branding, as well as privacy requirements and best practices in global background screening.

This event takes the approach to not only learn from the keynote speakers but also facilitate discussions among practitioners to share best practices from the floor.

Venue: The Executive Centre @ Level 23, One Island East, 18 Westlands Road, Island East, Hong Kong
Date: August 18, 2016
Time: 2:10pm to 5:30pm
Targeted Audience: Talent Acquisition or HR Director/Manager
Participant #: 150
Organizer: Business Exchange Club
Media Partner: Senior HR Forum
Supporting Organizations: Lumesse, Jobable, eeVoices

Session I: E-Recruitment Trend and Candidate Experience
– Latest Recruitment Trend
– Applicant Tracking System Best Practice
– More Focus in Candidate Experience

Presented by: Lumesse

Session II: Talent Technology & Acquisition and Employer Branding – HR Technology for High ROI Talent Sourcing
– HR Technology for High ROI Talent Sourcing
– Talent Acquisition Strategies to Attract the Right Talent
– Employer Branding Best Practice

Presented by: Jobable

Session III: Pre-Employment Background Check
– Latest Background Check Trend
– Global and Local Compliance and Privacy Ordinates Requirements
– Country specific screening know-how and specifications

Presented by: eeVoices

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TALENT ACQUISITION TREND/OUTLOOK FOR 2016

In the Q4 of every year, we get together and discuss about the current talent acquisition trends and future strategies for the upcoming year. This year, we have invited experts specializing in recruitment technology, social media hiring, and pre-employment screening to share with us their latest best practices to inspire us and get us ready for 2016!

Date: November 18, 2015
Venue: The Executive Centre, Level 23, One Island East, Hong Kong
Session I: E-Recruitment Trend
“Global Recruitment Trend and Social Media Recruitment” – LinkedIn
“A Closer Look at the Impact of Big Data and Recruitment” – Lumesse
Session II: Pre-Employment Background Check
“Pre-Employment Screening Best Practice and Trend for 2016” – eeVoices
“TransUnion’s EmployeeView” – TransUnion

The event was successfully co-hosted with Business Exchange Club with over 80 HR professionals from reputable organizations in both Hong Kong and the Greater China region.

Alan Lee, LinkedIn

Alan Lee, LinkedIn

Erik Schmit, Lumesse

Erik Schmit, Lumesse

Crystal Kong, eeVoices

Crystal Kong, eeVoices

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Developing and Implementing Employee Value Proposition

To improve capability in attracting and retaining talent, many companies are proactively identifying its differentiating factor as employer of choice – a unique employee value proposition (EVP). How shall a company develop its sustainable EVP? What are the critical success factors in its implementation? How do we learn from our marketing colleague in promoting internally and externally our EVP? Jebsen will be sharing its journey thus far in developing and deploying its EVP across the Group with different business units, as well as its learning along the way.

Event Details:

Date: April 18, 2015
Time: 2:00pm – 4:30pm
Capacity: 60 HR Practitioners
Location: Futain, Shenzhen

Featured Speaker:

Bianca Wong
Jebsen Group Human Resources
and Corporate Communications Director

Bianca Wong has been in the human resources field for more than 13 years. As Group HR and Corporate Communications Director, she is responsible for the overall strategy and programmes related to human resources across all Business Units within Jebsen. She supports the Group’s growth strategy in Greater China with the full spectrum of HR initiatives on effective recruitment, ensuring the leadership pipeline, engaging employees to achieve excellence as well as preparing them for career development. She also leads and oversees the Group’s Corporate Communications strategy, including but not limited to Group’s public relations efforts, branding, crisis management and corporate social responsibility (CSR) programmes across the Greater China region, to promote and cultivate a credible Jebsen brand and uphold its reputation.

Prior to joining Jebsen, she worked for FedEx as Managing Director, Human Resource Services for North Asia, responsible for all HR functions for the region, as well as overseeing the HR process and system design for the Asia Pacific division. She was based in Tokyo, Japan prior to returning to Hong Kong in 2009.

She holds a Master of Science degree from University of California, Berkeley and a Bachelor of Engineering degree from University of Pennsylvania in the US.

Outside of work, she is member of a singing group, Brio, and enjoys watching a variety of movies.

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APAC Leadership and HR Best Practice Series IV: The Success Formula

Event Information

Date : Thursday, 18th September 2014
Time : 14:00 – 17:30
Venue: The Executive Centre
Level 23, One Island East, 18 Westlands Road, Island East, Hong Kong
Capacity: 40 seats

Speakers and Topic

Mr. Sam Lau, Managing Director, Total Loyalty Company
Running an Effective Employee Loyalty Programme

Sam was the originator of “staff club outsourcing” in Australia 1n 1995 and now heads up the team in Hong Kong, delivering solutions that work specifically for the HK workplace.

Clients who have implemented the Total Loyalty Company’s innovative approach include American Express, CBRE, National Australia Bank, Pepsico, Sony Pictures, and many others. He will take us through a few case studies on how such solution is not just a “nice to have” service but a key part of the HR team for their clients.


Ms. Ashley Galina Dudarenok, General Manager, Alarice International
Leading and Engaging a Team with Diverse Background

Ashley is a China business expert with nine years of professional experience in the region. Her specialties involve Mainland China relations, Business Development, Marketing, PR and Communications.

Her strengths include first-class communication, the ability to adapt to new environments and a relentless dedication to self-improvement.

She is fluent in English, Russian, Mandarin Chinese and German.


Mr. Herman Yong, Managing Consultant, ONE Consulting Services
Panel Discussion: Leading and Engaging the Generation Y

Herman is a Managing Consultant in ONE Consulting Services.

Previously, while working for IBM and Accenture, he was involved in many big ERP projects to help multi-national companies gain efficiencies and cost savings through the use or Oracle E-Business Suite. Herman recognizes that the potential of ERP for Small Medium Businesses through the use of a Software as a Service (Saas) delivery model which was what prompted him to start the Netsuite ERP/CRM Business Line. He currently led a diverse workforce including IT and Generation Y employees.


Mr. Greg Basham, BA, MBA, Chief Executive Officer, eeVoices Limited
How to read and win the organizational game for career success:
Perspectives of a career executive – the good, the bad and the ugly

Greg is founder and CEO of eeVoices Limited – a provider of preemployment screening and reference check services, exit interviews and employee engagement services. Prior to joining eeVoices, Basham led the human resources development group for one of Canada’s largest property and casualty insurers where his group pioneered leading edge concepts in organization development, performance planning and review, leadership and training. His success led to the executive suite where as Vice President with the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia he held a unique mix of executive responsibilities including: government relations, corporate policy, strategic planning, customer fairness and complaints, freedom of information and privacy, Ombudsman Investigations, internal audit, leadership development and youth road safety. Prior to this Basham served as Project Director led a reorganization of the Vancouver Police Department and authored “A planning, implementation, and organization theory guide to the team policing model” published in 1977, by the Ministry of the Attorney‐General (Victoria, B.C).

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Leadership and Talent Development Forum

Event Details

Date: Friday, June 13th, 2014
Time: 2:00pm – 5:30pm
Venue: 5/F., Two Exchange Square, 8 Connaught Place, Central
Number of Participants: 70
Organizer: Business Exchange Club, Senior HR Forum, The Executive Centre, eeVoices
Registration: dannycheung@seniorhrforum.com – By Invitation Only

Event Rundown

1400 Registration
1420 The Path to Engaged & Loyal Employees & Customers: Putting into Practice Values Based Leadership
Greg Basham, CEO eeVoices Limited
1500 Ready to Take Off?
Doris Ng, Human Resource Business Partner Asia Pacific, Bayer MaterialScience Ltd
1540 Tea Break
1600 Talent Development at FedEx
John Allison, VP HR, FedEx Express
1640 The 3 Key Take-aways in Being an Appreciative Leader
Danny Chan, Chief Praise Maker | Praisage

Speaker Background

Greg Basham, BA, MBA – Chief Executive Officer, eeVoices limited

HR and business leaders know that their greatest success comes when they are working strategically and where their organization has highly engaged talent delivering on the promise of their brand. Three paradox for business today is that things are changing so rapidly and delivering sustained sales and revenue growth by focusing on the customer only goes so far. Surveys show that leaders know what needs to be done but they are challenged to find time and resources.
Greg Basham is a founder and CEO of eeVoices Limited – a provider of preemployment screening and reference check services, exit interviews and employee engagement services. His prior career included an executive roles as Vice President & Officer with one of Canada’s largest P&C insurers as well as leading a restructuring of the police and community services for the Vancouver Police and a city’s first Municipal Social Planner.

Doris Ng, Human Resource Business Partner Asia Pacific, Bayer MaterialScience Ltd

Ms Doris Ng is a seasoned human resource professional with experience in healthcare, manufacturing and chemical industries looking after country, sub-regional and regional human resources function for over 13 year with the current role as Human Resource Business Partner – Asia Pacific in Bayer MaterialScience Ltd.

John W. Allison, Vice President, Human Resources, Asia Pacific Division FedEx

John W. Allison has extensive experience with FedEx in the U.S. and in international operations. Currently Vice President of Human Resources, Asia Pacific Division, Mr Allison heads a team of over 200 human resources professionals. He is responsible for providing a wide range of services and support to the APAC organization including compensation and benefits, safety, frontline skills training, management development, HR policy development and communication, HR information systems, employee attitude surveys, selection testing, and strategic HR planning. He was appointed to this position in September 2003. Prior to his current assignment, Mr Allison was vice president of Planning, Engineering & Support, Asia Pacific Division. Mr Allison was responsible for the division’s systems and process engineering. He also provided oversight of FedEx’s Asia Pacific hub operations in Subic Bay, Philippines. He took up this posting that resides in Hong Kong in June 1997.

Danny Chan, Chief Praise Maker | Praisage

It was while studying in Australia and supporting himself through part time work in customer service positions that Danny came to experience and realise the physical and psychological challenges of working on the front-line of business, as well as the power of both complaints and appreciation.

After returning to Hong Kong in 2001, Danny was engaged in a variety of roles across diverse industries ranging from tourism to branding, and from people development to public relations. But at the heart of his work lays a deep and sincere commitment to serve and support people.

It was at the age of 32 that Danny made a profound and remarkable decision that would radically alter the direction of his life. In response to what he experienced as an emerging corporate culture dominated by complaint driven reactions, he committed himself to developing a platform through which he could champion and promote a somewhat contradictory culture of praise and appreciation, and lead a transformation in organisational behaviour.

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Asia Pacific Talent Mobility Conference 2013 – Day 1 Summary of Sessions

The Asia Pacific Talent Mobility Conference was held on 24-25 October 2013 by PEO Group. The event provided an opportunity for sharing among HR practitioners from Hong Kong and China but also show casing the quality of the HR leadership resources in this region through both the conference organizers – PEO – and the presenters.

Day 1:

The key themes of the conference were sharing of inspiring and innovative strategies and initiatives to attract, retain, develop and measure talent as essential to competing in a highly competitive talent recruitment environment.

The lead off speaker Travis Barton, Principal and Business Leader for Talent Consulting with Mercer Hong Kong spoke on Leadership and Mobility and highlighted three main competencies of a successful global leader:

Baseline Attributes
1. Catalytic Learning Capability
2. Sense of Adventure
3. Entrepreneurial Spirit
4. Sensitivity and Responsiveness to Cultural Differences

Global Skills and Knowledge
1. Ability to Lead Multicultural Teams
2. Sophisticated Networking Competence
3. Cultural Literacy
4. Context-Specific Leadership Capabilities

Global Mindset
1. Comfort with Cultural complexity and its contradictions
2. Opportunity Sensing for the Uncertainty of Global Markets
3. Systems thinking in global contexts
4. Extended Time Perspective

To develop these competencies, a company can implement a variety of initiatives including high-potential global leader pools, stepping stone job assignments, host country mentors, education, 360 feedback and CEO Sponsorship.

Up next was David Gareth Thomas the Global Head Country HR and Group Head Employee Relations of Standard Chartered Bank who continued the theme of the “International Mindset.” David shared a framework on how to develop and retain talent with an acronym of KFCI – “Know me”, “Focus Me”, “Care About Me” and “Inspire Me.”

Andrew Ma, Executive Director of Chorev Consulting International who is very experienced in providing leadership development programs dispelled some myths that managers have about differences in generations in the workforce. Andrew quoted a survey conducted by IJMR that indicated that there are no significant differences in work attitude including motivation and engagement among Gen X and Y.

The main problem is that most managers do not use the most suitable leadership strategy for the each generation. The post 80 generation simply want more leadership and less management. To achieve this Andrew suggests that managers should lead like water by being more authentic, appreciative, flexible and understanding and keep a low power distance with their employees.

Yat Sui, – described by others as a “serial technology entrepreneur” – the Founder and CEO of Outblaze – a digital services company in gaming, cloud technology and smartphone/tablet software development – provided a real life example of working successfully with Generations X and Y. Yat Sui outlined the challenge for managing in HR and engaging younger generations virtually with Facebook, Twitter and other existing and emerging social media if you want to successfully reach out to the talent you need.

Richard Wong, President of Elegere Enterprise – an e-tailing women’s fashion accessories enterprise – has previously honed his human capital management expertise in Asia and North America playing vital roles in guiding business teams through transformative change. While his presentation focused on “Using CSR to Build a Strong Employer Brand,” a key theme of Wong was simple: “No heartshare, no mindshare.” Flextronics was presented as a case study integrating CSR into employer brand building. A high light for this region was the FlexFoundation funding of initiatives in support of migrant talent and their families in China. Overall results show that Flextronics has been recognized by Fortune and other entities as a global leader and a “Most Admired Company.”

Day 1 ended with a stimulating Team Building Session Talent Game led by Team Building Asia which provided interesting insights into team work and building harmonious teams.

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SME Talent Acquisition & Engagement

Date and Time:
July 18, 2013, 12:30pm – 2:00pm

Organizer:
Business Exchange Club

About the Event:
This is the second event in the SME/Entrepreneurship Essential knowledge Series organized by Business Exchange Club. This event teaches entrepreneurs and HR directors/managers easy-to-do yet effective strategies and tactics to acquire and engage their talent. The Vice Chairman of Senior HR Forum, Mr Leo Ma, has shared his insight in talent acquisition and employee engagement strategies at this event.

About the Speaker:
Leo Ma, BBA, MBA – Vice Chairman of Senior HR Forum, Chief Operating Officer, eeVoices Limited
Leo Ma is the Chief Operating Officer of eeVoices, one of the leading pre-employment screening and talent management organizations in Asia Pacific.


Asia Pacific HR Best Practice 2013 – Shenzhen Conference

Date: June 14, 2013
Venue: Shenzhen Lo Wu Area

Over 100 HR practitioners in the South China area have attended this conference. Pre-employment screening and background check, talent management and employee motivation were the three core topics covered in this conference.


Details about the Speakers and Topics

Best Practice in Talent Acquisition: Pre-Employment Screening Background Check Strategies and Tactics
Francis Wong MBus, MNIA, FCPE, FHKIoD, FITA, FHKCS, MiProA, MHKIUM.F.CIM  –Chairman, Senior HR Forum
Wong has over 20 years of experience as senior executive and HR leader in international and listed companies in China. He had a Master degree from University of Newcastle, Australia and various professional designation and membership. Wong is also actively contributing to various business chambers, industry associations and the community:

♦ Fellow of Hong Kong institute of Directors
♦ Member of Institute of Public Accountants
♦ Fellow of Hong Kong institute of Directors
♦ Founding President of Senior HR Forum
♦ Expert Panel Judge of “Innovated Software Award for SZSEZ 30th Anniversary” organized by Shenzhen Science and Technology Association
♦ Organizing committee for the Hong Kong ICT award (Best Collaboration) in 2010, which is an award operated by HKSAR Government
♦ Mentor for EMBA of Central University of Finance and Economic, Beijing

Best Practice in Talent Management: Systems, Tools and Strategies

Manfred Lau –Business Consulting Director, APAC, Graval Limited

Manfred serve as a business leader in the professional service industry for the past decade across the Asia-Pacific region.  He was previously the Business Director for Lumesse Talent Management Solutions Greater China (formerly known as Stepstone), Prior to this, he was the Head of Business Development, Asia, of Clifton Limited.  He has been delivering services for various local and global corporations in Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, India, Japan, South Korea and Australia.

Client Served: Barclays Capital Asia, CSL, USB, Deloitte, Morgan Stanley, China Merchant Bank, Adidas, HSBC, Ernst & Young, Deutsche Bank, Oracle, Citibank, HP, BOC, John Swire & Sons, HKUST, Credit Suisse, Wallem, Goldman Sachs, SAP, Manulife, KPMG ,IBM and etc.

Professional Membership: The Hong Kong Institute of Directors, Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, China business committee

Best Practice in Employee Motivation: Motivation Grid

David Simpson – Co founder & Training Director

David arrived in Hong Kong from Northern Ireland in 1997. David’s charisma has touched the non-profit sector, private consultancy and the weekly columns of broadsheet media.

David is a qualified Psychological Health Clinician and has worked in private practice with Wells & Associates in Hong Kong. David’s work began with R.E.A.C.H. across Northern Ireland, integrating communities from politically divided backgrounds, which provided a great insight towards the advantages of team building. His professionalism won him the ‘Outstanding Anti-Drug Worker of the Year 2000’ from the Outstanding Young Person’s Association during his time with the KELY Support Group, Hong Kong. Since that time David has moved into the corporate arena bringing along his experience in team building, leadership and change management. David challenges participants to reach their highest potential through experiential, interactive and fun workshops with a strong and meaningful business outcome.

David has provided corporate training and Team Building packages for corporations such as Allianz, Deutsche Bank, FedEx Express, Hewlett Packard, Morgan Stanley, Shangri-La Group and The Hong Kong Jockey Club.

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Conference on International Exchange of Professionals 2012

On December 10 & 11, Senior HR Forum has participated in the largest HR conference in Shenzhen – The 11th Shenzhen Conference on International Exchange of Professionals. During the event, many Professional Meetings and CIEP Exhibitions have provided for participators to recruit and exchange opinions with HR experts.

We were very delighted that hundreds of HR leaders and practitioners have visited our booth to share with us about their insights and visions in China. We also had the opportunity to interact with plenty of other overseas HR experts participating in this event. Hence, we learnt a lot about the changing business environment and HR best practice in China nowadays.

This event is definitely inspiring for both HR experts from Mainland and overseas. And it strengthens Senior HR Forum’s basis for development and expansion in China.


Employee Engagement Best Practice 2012

Senior HR Forum, together with eeVoices Limited and FlexSystem organized a successful HR conference on 12th September, 2012. We are delighted to invite leading HR professionals to share with us the employee engagement best practices in Asia Pacific. Over 100 senior HR leaders from leading companies in Hong Kong participated in.

 

Speakers:

 

Greg Basham, BA, MBA
Chief Executive Officer, eeVoices Limited
Topic: Best Practice in Engaging Your Talent

Greg Basham is the CEO of eeVoices Limited, one of the leading pre-employment screening and employee engagement survey service providers in Asia Pacific. Basham has served in senior roles in Canadian organizations as a Senior Vice President with one of Canada’s largest property and casualty insurers, Municipal Social Planner, and senior consultant to government. In this session, Basham will share with us the best practice, effective tools and programs that could effectively engage your talent.

 

Prof. John Mok
Co-founder and Chairman, Automatic Manufacturing Limited
Topic: Effective Employee Development and Engagement Strategies

Prof. John Mok, Co-founder and Chairman of AML Group holds BSc, SMIEEE, FHKIE, D.Mgt, FMBA, FHKIoD and has over 40 years solid experience in engineering & manufacturing of electronics and biomedical products. Mok led AML Group in setting up Corporate University and in winning Corporate Social Responsibility Award, Mold & Die Award and several HK Industries Awards in Quality, Productivity & Machine Design. In this session, Mok will share with us his experience and strategies in developing and engaging your key talent.

 

Dr Joisah Auyeung
Holistic Health Consultant and Osteopathic Physician, Health Empire Limited
Topic: Engage Your Talent with Corporate Wellness Program

Dr. Joisah, the pioneer in this field in Asia Pacific and has over 30 years of experience in running corporate wellness programs for different organizations. Dr. Josiah also has a background and strong clinical experience in Naturopathy & Osteopathy and treated patients successfully in England, Hong Kong, US, China, Singapore, Malaysia, and Philippines. Dr. Joisah was interviewed by many newspapers, radio talk show in HK & Philippines, and was filmed in Philippines as a documentary “He is different” which is shown in the Arts Festival in Korea and Hong Kong. Dr. Joisah has organized training programs for Osteopaths in Asia Pacific Region and was elected “Who’s who in the Asian Pacific Rim” in 1992.

 

Priscilla Chan
Founder of Speakers Connect
Topic: Employee Engagement Case Studies from Global Companies

Priscilla Chan is the Founder of Speakers Connect, the first Hong Kong-based international speakers bureau serving Asia Pacific and international clients, which include HSBC, KPMG, UBS, IBM, Goldman Sachs, SingTel and many more.  Top notched / celebrity speakers we have worked with include: Malcolm Gladwell (The Tipping Point), Lord Chris Patten, Sigourney Weaver (Aliens / Avatar) etc.   Very recently she has also launched the new speakers bureau brand, China Speakers Agency to better serve clients looking for China-specific knowledge. In this session, Chan will share with us a few successful employee engagement case studies.

 

William Tong
Visiting Lecturer of Tung Wah College
Topic: Engaging Generation Y   

William Tong is an executive coach / life transition coach / psychotherapist / trainer in behavioral skills with 30 years extensive experience in the business sector. Tong has received expert training in applied psychology, soft skills and personal development such as Neuro-linguistic Programming, Enneagram (under Helen Palmer), and Systemic Constellation (with Bert Hellinger and Jane Peterson) from reputable training organizations in the United States. Tong specializes in effective management, personality traits, interpersonal skills, management of emotion, and cultural change etc. Tong is currently doing a study about the “After 90s” in Hong Kong and will share with us his findings as well as key strategies to engage this group of talent.

 

 

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