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Learning Technologies Asia 2017

We are excited to support the Learning Technologies Asia 2017, organised by CloserStill Media.

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Event details

Location: Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Singapore

Date: 7 and 8 November 2017

Admission: Free entry to exhibition including a free seminar and workshop programme.

Learning Technologies Asia is a major new exhibition and conference specifically designed to meet the needs of learning and development professionals in corporations, medium and small-sized businesses, national and local government, the public sector and not-for-profit organisations.

With over 1,500 visitors and 300 conference delegates expected, more than 50 exhibitors and over 50 free exhibition seminars, Learning Technologies Asia is poised to become the most important event for the workplace and corporate learning sector in Asia.

Organised by the multi award-winning CloserStill Media, who run more than 40 exhibitions, conferences and events worldwide, this new event will bring together more than 40 leading L&D experts in a world-class conference programme.

Finally, Learning Technologies Asia is poised to become the region’s largest and best attended corporate L&D event, following in the footsteps of Learning Technologies in London, Europe’s largest corporate learning conference and exhibition, now in its 18th year.

For more details about this event:click here

 


Recruitment Asia 2017

We are excited to support the Recruitment Asia 2017, organised by Human Resources magazine. For more details, you may directly refer to the Recruitment Asia 2017 official website.RA 2017

Recruitment Asia is the region’s most comprehensive forum on recruitment and talent acquisition. It is the must-attend conference if you want to boost your people strategies for strategic business outcomes.

Addressing the key challenges in recruiting processes and showcasing the best practices and expert insights in this area, this event is positioned to be your one-stop shop which allows you to learn and benchmark against your own practices.

Take full advantage of this opportunity to learn from the best, and join more than 150 other business and HR leaders from across Asia to map out the route to attracting and securing the best talent.

Singapore Event Details:
Date: 2-3 November
Venue: One Farrer Hotel & Spa

Malaysia Event Details:
Date:31 October – 1 November
Venue:Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral

Philippines Event Details:
Date:22 November
Venue:SMX Convention Center

Confirmed Speakers for Recruitment Asia 2017

– Douglas Kelly, Asia talent acquisition manager, 3M
– Andrew Sam, Head of talent acquisition, Asia/Global (SEA, Taiwan & China), Applied Materials
– Hua Tai-Kit, Talent acquisition leader, APAC, Cargill
– Leesa Rawlings, Talent engagement head, APAC, Diageo
– Veli Aghdiran, Regional learning and cultural director, APAC, Essence
– John Kivel, Head of Asia recruitment, GlaxoSmithKline
– Jisun Park, Head of tech staffing, APAC, Google
– Prabhu Rammurthi, Director HR global services, Asia Pacific Japan,, HPE
– Suzanne Custerson, Global business effectiveness lead, talent management, Manulife
– Alan Sumano, People analytics and metrics global head, GSC, Schneider Electric
– Joan Soong, Head, global executive recruitment, Schneider Electric
– Lim Teck Yong, Head of people, Shopee
– Stephanie Morton, Global talent acquisition strategy and technology consultant, Siemens
– Arthur Lam, POD lead, APAC, Syngenta


Leadership Session FranklinCovey Event

Senior HR Forum is pleased to support the FranklinCovey’s Leadership Session on 30 October 2017. Please see below for the event detail.
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Micromanagers, workaholics, tyrants, conflict avoiders…

Every organisation has them, and most have more than they think—ineffective leaders who cost your organization millions each year in lost productivity, low morale, turnover of your best people, and failure to achieve results.

WHAT IS POOR LEADERSIP COSTING YOUR ORGANIZATION?

  • Only 25% of employees in Asia feel that their leaders are fully prepared for future challenges.
  • Just 43% of leaders understood how their work contributed to that of their peers or understood the organization’s performance as a whole.
  • Despite increase leadership investments, only 33% heads of HR were confident that these investments led to measurable results.

Source: CEB Research Study

Join Sue Dathe-Douglass, FranklinCovey’s Vice President & International Leadership Practice Leader, shares the latest insights on how to:

  • Understand which leadership competencies are most important—and why so many companies overlook them.
  • Build leaders of high competence and character.
  • Help your leaders empower and engage their teams.
  • Help your leaders develop critical 21st century leadership skills.

Event details:

DATE: MONDAY, 30 OCTOBER 2017
TIME: 2:00 P.M. –  5:00 P.M.
VENUE: The MIRA HONG KONG, TSIM SHA TSUI

For more details about this event:Click Here.


Training & Development Asia 2017

We are excited to support the Training & Development Asia 2017, organised by Human Resources magazine. For more details, you may directly refer to the Training & Development Asia official website.

Training & Development Asia 2017

Training and Development Asia 2017 is a premier platform for HR leaders to discuss L&D challenges, and discover the insights and approaches taken by leading organisations across all sectors with regards to addressing employee development needs.

See how senior HR leaders have successfully proved the financial and business value of training initiatives in their respective organisations.

Date and Times:
Hong Kong(7 July 2017)
The Mira

Malaysia(15-16 August 2017)
The Westin Kuala Lumpur

Singapore(17-18 August 2017)
Shangri-La Hotel

Confirmed Speakers for Training & Development Asia 2017
– Ellie Argyrou, Talent Management and Development Director, Abbvie
– Angelo Pinto, Regional Head of Learning & Development, BNP Paribas
– Gill White, Knowledge and Capability Director, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
– Susan Cheong, Managing Director, DBS
– Geeta Singh, Head of People Development, Google
– Mackarand Tare, Chief Talent Officer, McCann Worldgroup
– Aye Wee Yap, Head of Learning and Development, OCBC Bank
– Grace Wong, Regional Head of HR, Samsung
– Eric Yim, Global Head of Learning, Shell
– Michael Haberzettl, Head of Human Resources, Siemens
– Betty Lau, Global Learning Director, Unilever

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Recruitment Asia 2016

Senior HR Forum is pleased to support as a media partner for Recruitment Asia organized by Human Resources Magazine. For more details, you may directly refer to the Human Resources Recruitment Asia 2016.

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Now in its 3rd year, Recruitment Asia is an annual recruitment strategy focused event gathering senior HR leaders from across industries in Asia. This is your one-stop shop to stock up on talent acquisition strategies and benchmark against your own practices.

Previous Speakers Include:

– Andrea Loke, Grad Recruitment, BNP Paribas
– Dave Ansell, Head of Talent, Ericsson
– Annastasia Raj , Head of Talent, Hong Leong Bank
– Michael Khoo, Regional HR Director, IRC
– Alexander Trost, Vice President HR , Infineon
– Ungku Harun, VP Human Capital, Johor Corporation
– Zubair Raffiq, Head of Talent, L’Oreal Malaysia
– Eli Wong, Head of Cluster HR , Maersk Malaysia
– Nora Abd Manaf , Group Capital HR , Maybank Group
– Ezekiel Vicente, CIO, Mindvalley
– Irene Leng, HR director. NKF
– Azlin Yusof, Head Talent Sourcing, PETRONAS
– NC Prakash, Regional Director HR, Rohde & Schwarz
– Anuradha Katyal, HR Director, Scania SEA
– Rachael Pogson, Global VP HR, Seagate
– Daniel Zhang, Recruitment Lead, Shell
– Su Ta, Head of HR, Sri Kota Medical
– Brandon Lew, Head of HR Ops, T-Systems
– John Nolan, SVP HR, Unilever
– Adam Abdullah, HR Director, Weir Minerals

To view the latest 2016 agenda and confirmed speakers, click here .

Contact The Human Resources Magazine at +65 6423 0329

As Senior HR Forum is one of the media partners for the event, Senior HR Forum Subscribers get to enjoy 10% off delegate pass’s prices by booking your delegate ticket today!


HR Excellence Awards(Singapore)

Senior HR Forum is pleased to support as a media partner for HR Excellence Awards organized by Human Resources Magazine. For more details, you may directly refer to the  HR Excellence Awards.

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Since it’s inauguration in 2013, the HR Excellence Awards has celebrated organizations in Asia that push for excellence and outstanding human capital strategy and execution. Featuring new categories – Workforce Mobility and Employee Healthcare, that reflect the increasing growth and diversity in the Asian workforce.

Panel of Judges:

– Ken Hoskin, Head of APAC Talent, Airbnb
– Leigh Stewart, Vice President, Human Resources, Amcor Flexibles
– Annella Heytens, Vice President Human Resources, APJC, Cisco Systems
– Cindy Dermawan, Head, Talent and Learning Management, Diversity and Inclusion, Citi
– Sylvia Koh, Chief People Officer, CrimsonLogic
– Theresa Phua, Managing Director, Singapore Head of Human Resources and Head of Business HR for Consumer Banking and Wealth Management (CBG), DBS Bank
– Tiffany See, Executive Director, Human Resources Global Commercial Sales & Enterprise Solutions Organization, Dell
– Franck Gourlaouen, Human Resources Vice President, Asia, Gemalto
– Roshni Wadhwa, Director, Human Resources, L’Oreal
– Benjamin Nominé, Human Resources Director, Asia-Pacific, M+W Group
– Makarand Tare, Regional Talent Director, Asia Pacific, McCann Health
– Susana Garcia Bernal, Head of Human Resources, Asia Pacific, NBCUniversal
– Jonathan Tan, VP, Regional HR, NEC
– Sue Olivier, Regional Director Talent Development, Asia Pacific, Ogilvy & Mather
– Stephanie Nash, Chief People Officer, RedMart
– Grace Wong, Vice President & Head of Human Resources SEA & Oceania, Samsung
– Freddie Chow, Chief Talent Officer, APAC, Sanofi-Aventis
– Archana Bhaskar, Vice President Human Resources, Talent and Development, Shell Eastern Petroleum
– Ng Ying Yuan, Director Human Resources & Organisation Development, Singapore Economic Development Board
– Peter Hatt, Regional Head, HR, ASEAN & South Asia, Standard Chartered Bank
– Sue Anne Lee, Vice President, Human Resources, Volvo Trucks
– Lip Gee Ng, Human Resources Director, Watsons
– Heather Lim, Director and Chief Operations Officer, ZEISS Southeast Asia

To view the latest Panel of Judges  click here.

Contact The Human Resources Magazine at +65 6423 0329

 

 

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HR Innovation Awards(Hong Kong)

Senior HR Forum is pleased to support as a media partner for HR Innovation Awards organized by Human Resources Magazine. For more details, you may directly refer to the  HR Innovation Awards.

 

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The HR Innovation Awards, proudly brought to you by Human Resources Magazine is back! This prestigious awards ceremony brings together industry leaders to celebrate excellence in the HR profession, recognising individuals, teams and companies for their outstanding achievements in people management and strategies.

Panel of Judges:

– Wilfred Chan, Director, compensation and benefits, Asia Pacific, AECOM
– Michelle Leung, Vice president of human resources, Cigna
– May Chan, Director, human resources – commercial, Asia Pacific, Fossil Group
– Collin Lam, Regional director, human resources and administration, FANCL
– Laura Parkes, Senior director human resources GIS, Gap Inc. Global Supply Chain
– Cindy Wong, Head of human resources, Greater China, Invesco Hong Kong
– Kelly Wong, Head of human resources, Kimberly Clark (Hong Kong)
– Benjamin Wong, HR director Asia Pacific, Knorr-Bremse Asia Pacific
– Annie Suen, General manager – learning and organisational development, LF Logistics
– Janet Man, Senior director, talent and diversity, McDonald’s High Growth and Foundational Asia
– Alison Wong, General manager – human resources, MTR Corporation
– Mimi Fu, Director of learning and development, Ocean Park Corporation
– Steve Wilson, Talent sustainability director, PepsiCo
– Gagan Bhargava, Secretary – group HR committee and special program leader global human resources, Schneider Electric
– Mukta Arya, Head of human resources, South East Asia and head of people and talent development, Asia-Pacific, Societe Generale

To view the latest Panel of Judges  click here.

Contact The Human Resources Magazine at +852 2861 1882

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The Malaysia Institute of Human Resource Management (MIHRM) Congress

Senior HR Forum is supporting The Malaysia Institute of Human Resource Management (MIHRM) Congress. Members of Senior HR Forum enjoy a 10% discount on participation.

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The Malaysia Institute of Human Resource Management (MIHRM) Congress is Malaysia’s leading international event for public & private sector human capital management and development leaders. This congress combines leading world class programme, workshops and exhibition to engage directly with international thought leaders, world renowned educators, business leaders & suppliers that collectively drive competitive advantage and market leadership.

Confirmed Speakers 2016 include the followings:

– PRAKASH CHANDRAN, President & Chief Executive Ocer, SIEMENS MALAYSIA
– HMAD FAUZI YAHYA, Regional Human Resources Head for Zone Asia, Oceania & Africa, NESTLÉ PROFESSIONAL
– ARESANDIRAN J., President, MALAYSIAN INSTITUTE OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (MIHRM)
– BRECKON JONES, Director Global Compensation & Benefits and Head of Reward, Australia & New Zealand, AMERICAN EXPRESS
– ELI WONG, Head of Cluster, Human Resources, Malaysia & Singapore, MAERSK LINE
– EUGENE LAM, Regional HR Director, KIMBERLY-CLARK
– GEH THUAN HOOI, Senior Business Partner, MALAYSIAN INSTITUTE OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (MIHRM)
– R. HAZLEE BIN ABDUL HADI, Head, Occupational Health Specialist & Medical Advisor Occupational Health Services, PRINCE COURT MEDICAL CENTRE, MALAYSIA
– DATUK JOHAN IDRIS, Managing Partner, KPMG
– LYNNE BARRY, HR Director, TELSTRA INTERNATIONAL
– SUBHANKAR ROY CHOWDHURY, Global Head HR Strategy, M&A and Analytics, LENOVO
– SUGUNAH VERUMANDY, Human Resource Director, GENERAL ELECTRIC

Visit http://www.mihrmcongress.com today to register for your seat!

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Trends and Challenges of Talent Development in Asia

This session will uncover the disparity between employees with high and low manager talent, and how a strengths-based approach to people development is gaining popularity as an effective means of attracting and retaining talented leaders, managers and employees in the Asian region.

Gallup-Certified Coach & Strengths Ambassador for Hong Kong, Joseph Palumbo, will also share findings from a recent employee engagement study on keys to developing senior leaders in the region.

Following the keynote presentation, Mr. Palumbo will moderate an expert panel of HR, Learning & Development Leaders and Executive Coaches to discuss and see how each sees Employee Engagement and Talent Development in their organizations and in the region.

During this session, participants will learn:

– the state of employee engagement in Asia
– best practices in driving employee engagement
– the prevalence of great managers and the disparity between that and how many are currently in managing roles
– findings from the employee engagement study on keys to developing senior leaders in the region
– the effectiveness of taking a strengths-based approach to people development on employee engagement

This event is co-organized by: Business Exchange Club and Senior HR Forum on September 30, 2015.

Gallup-Certified Coach & Strengths Ambassador for Hong Kong, Joseph Palumbo, chairing the panel at the event.

Gallup-Certified Coach & Strengths Ambassador for Hong Kong, Joseph Palumbo, chairing the panel at the event.


3rd Employer Brand Strategy (EBS) Summit Asia 2014

Senior HR Forum is supporting Asia’s number one Employer Brand learning event returns in November hosted by LInLEAD.

Detailed information about the event can be found in this link: http://www.linlead.net/attendee-info.asp?ac=overview&id=21

Following several years of success, The 3rd Employer Brand Strategy Summit Asia(EBSS 2014) has been scheduled to take place in Shanghai on 13-14, November, 2014. To facilitate your quest for employer brand know-how, the independent learning event organizer, LinLead has joined forces with our Platinum Sponsor TMP Worldwide, the global leader in employment marketing and the Gold Sponsor Career International, the Asian leader in total recruitment solution providing.

The EBSS summit will showcase how an effective employer brand strategy fuels organizational momentum and business success, through helping you attract, engage and retain the very best talent in your industry.

Themed “Engaging the RIGHT Talent to Deliver BETTER performance, meanwhile to Attract the Like Minded”, this event will cover a wide range of employer brand related topics, including recruitment marketing, employee engagement and retention, brand equity measurement. It will feature case study presentations from leading global and regional employers as well as a key note presentation and masterclass from Richard Mosley, the World’s leading authority on employer brand management.

Other Speakers fully confirmed including:

Alibaba , Group Senior HR Director
adidas, Asia Talent Management Director
AstraZeneca, HR Director – Talent Management and Engagement, China
Siemens, China Head of Talent Acquisition
Fiserv, VP, HR, India
Metlife, CHO, China
Chinese Elegant.Prosper, HR Director
BUAA Universtity, National Fund supported research project leader & Professor

In the exclusive learning workshop, Richard Mosley, author of the first and latest books on Employer Brand Management will conduct a highly interactive learning course covering the very latest thinking and best practice in this fast evolving discipline.

write to eb@linleadmeeting.com to request for an Event Brochure and learn more.

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