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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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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 Leadership and HR Best Practice Forum 2014: Hong Kong Session

This is the first session of the Asia Pacific Leadership and HR Best Practice Forum 2014. There will be a total of 4 sessions across Asia Pacific in 2014: Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Shanghai and Singapore.

Topic and Speaker:
2:15pm – 2:45pm  Background Check Best Practice
– Greg Basham, CEO, eeVoices Limited

2:45pm – 3:15pm
Talent Acquisition Best Practice Panel
-Greg Basham, CEO, eeVoices Limited
-Teresa Cheuk, Director, The Executive Centre
-Ada Yeung, HR Manager, English Schools Foundation

3:25pm – 3:55pm
Corporate Wellness and Engagement Best Practice
– Dr. Joseph, Chiropractor, Chirocare Chiropractic Centre Limited

3:55pm – 4:25pm
Employee Engagement Survey Best Practice
– Deborah Negrash, HR Director, The Executive Centre

4:25pm – 4:55pm
Employee Engagement Best Practice
– Connie Chan, Head of HR, Hong Kong, Yahoo

4:55pm – 5:25pm
Training and Development Best Practice Panel
– Trevor Smith, Founder and Executive Coach, The Orchard Partnership
– Aparna Sachar, Executive Coach, Zen@Work
– Deborah Negrash, HR Director, The Executive Centre
– Dr. Joseph, Chiropractor, Chirocare Chiropractic Centre Limited
– Connie Chan, Head of HR, Hong Kong, Yahoo

Speaker Bios

Greg Basham, BA, MBA – Chief Executive Officer, eeVoices Limited, currently heads one of the leading organizations in pre-employment background check, employee engagement survey and exit interview in the Asia Pacific region. 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).

Dr. Joseph Wong received his Honors Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Toronto, Canada. His major was in Molecular Genetics and Molecular Biology. After earning his first degree, he decided to continue his study, not in Medical Genetics, but in Chiropractic Medicine. Chiropractic is a hands-on health care profession. He entered the Southern California University of Health Sciences, Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in September, 2001 and graduated with the degree of Doctor of Chiropractic in April 2005. After obtaining his degree, he continued in his post graduate study in Pediatric Chiropractic. He earned his F.I.C.P.A. (Fellow International Chiropractic Pediatric Association) at the end of 2005. He opened his own Chiropractic centre in 2007. He is currently the medical consultant for the Hong Kong government discipline services such as the Junior Police Officers Association, the Customs Officer’s union, the Immigration Service Officers Association, the Fire Service Department Association, the Ambulancemen Union, the Immigration Assistant Union, the Leisure Services Staff General Union, etc.

Deborah Negrash, Corporate Director – Human Assets of The Executive Centre,overseeing the human resources function covering team member relations, recruitment, training and professional development, diversity and benefits. She focuses on promoting the “Oneness” culture in every aspect of the business in every region to deliver a team-based work environment; and improving upon and developing an efficient HR System that is in line with the company’s vision and values as well as perceived as the foundation of The Executive Centre for further business growth. Deborah joined The Executive Centre as Business Development Manager in 2008 and was later promoted to Group General Manager of South China in 2009 and Group Head of South & West China in 2013. Prior to joining The Executive Centre, Deborah worked for Riverdale International, a property developer in Washington DC as Marketing Director. She also managed part of the family business focused on a club/restaurant in Washington DC after graduation. Deborah holds a Bachelor Degree in International Affairs with a focus on Asian Studies and International Business, from George Washington University.

Trevor Smith, Founder and Executive Coach, The Orchard Partnership is an experienced executive coach, trainer and sales performance consultant working across a variety of industries. He founded The Orchard Partnership in order to share his 29 years of front-line business and sales experience accumulated whilst working in both Europe and Asia. He has been resident in Hong Kong for over 12 years. Trevor is a member of the Executive Management Team of a wholly owned subsidiary of one of the UK’s most respected Insurance and Investment groups. This C-corridor experience and front line sales know-how gives him great credibility when working with leaders, sales executives and managers at all levels. He is able to apply this practical business knowledge as a highly effective executive coach and trainer.

Teresa Cheuk, Director, Business Systems, The Executive Centre, has strong background of administration management in her career life and is capable to enhance the effectiveness of business tasks through technology. She has been assisting companies to grow their business from a preliminary idea into multi-national company level.

Aparna Sachar, Founder and Chief Trainer, Zen@Work, is the president of the Hong Kong Toastmasters club. Aparna excels at motivational speeches with seasoning of humour thrown in. Her powerful messages, inspiring tone and unique presentation topics empower listeners to excel. Aparna’s experience as a teacher and also as a member of Toastmasters has turned her into a coveted speaker who people enjoy listening to. Aparna has been voted the Best Table Topic Speaker and Best Speaker multiple times.

Ada Yeung, Human Resources Manager at English Schools Foundation, is a Human Resources professional with diversified experience in HR policies, Training and Development, Recruitment, Employee Relations and HR Administration. Yeung has invaluable experience in executing new HR initiatives and managing big scale events.

Connie Chan, Head of Human Resources, Yahoo Hong Kong  has over 13 years experience in human resources management, talent acquisition and consulting in Hong Kong and Asia Pacific. She has made outstanding accomplishment in change management, employee engagement, organizational effectiveness and workforce management in leading technology companies and investment bank. She currently heads up Human Resources for Hong Kong, Korea and Japan office.   She holds a Master Degree in Human Resources Management from Macquarie University and a Bachelor Degree in Business from Huddersfield University.

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Graval Demo Workshop – Influencing for Win-Win

Senior HR forum is supporting Graval’s demo workshop o “Influencing for Win-Win”.

Nowadays most of the organizations are getting more and more flatten and lean in structure.  This drives more direct communication and cooperation between layers and functions.  People are no longer interacting within their function and location, but having more and more cross-departmental or cross-location/region projects and task forces.  So, managers or technical experts are now leading and influencing with team members whom they may not have direct authority over or control them.

To be successful managers, project leaders and technical leaders, they must have strong interaction and highly effective influencing skills.  They have to know how to get things done with and through people and convince them to accept the extra responsibilities and be fully committed to the team actions and win-win results.

Date & Time: December 4, 2010 – 9:00am – 1:00pm

Other supporting organizations for this event include eeVoices Limited and FlexSystem.


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