Tuesday, 2 October 2018
Opening remarks from the Chairperson
Integrating company values into recruitment strategies
Research is showing a relation between shared values and organisational performance. Many academics suggest that values will increase in importance in the organisations of tomorrow as current generations look for work which is meaningful rather than just well-paid. Join Anisa to learn about the research and theory behind aligning individual and organisational values in the recruitment process and how this practice can positively impact your company's bottom line.
Anisa Zulfiqar, Business Development Manager, Asia, Pearson APAC
Building leadership capacity through Integral Coaching
How can your leaders become more aware, more engaged, more confident and more fulfilled? Integral Coaching is about deep development and profound change and, at the British Council, it’s an approach we use to grow leaders in our client organisations.
Alan Wilson, Assistant Director, Professional Development Centre, British Council
|10:15am||Morning refreshment and networking break|
Overcoming the top 5 challenges of video training
Video is a unique beast. It’s more engaging than a training manual, but it’s a pain to record and produce. It helps you scale your training worldwide, but it can bog down your network. It’s a great solution for mobile learning, except when it’s incompatible with employees’ devices. And it’s ideal for just-in-time learning, if only it could be effectively searched.
Elle Hosek, General Manager, Asia - Panopto
Driving low effort, high impact HR
Drawing on insights from APAC’s largest HR Transformation Study, this session will discuss how to build agile HR organizations that are equipped to help business navigate changes effectively.
Vikrant Khanna, Leader, HR Transformation Advisory (Asia Pacific), Alight Solutions
CASE STUDY: Enhancing leadership effectiveness to drive company transformation
Leadership development is often seen as an end in itself but not as often a means to bring about company transformation. Effective leadership can be a huge source of competitive advantage and strengthening the inner capacity of an organisation to effectively deal with the complex challenges, both internally and externally.
Dhanesh Gupte, Regional Head of People & Organisation Development, Syngenta
How can mobile photography principles help you attract and engage millennials?
With millennials expected to make up more than 50% of the global workforce by 2020, it’s important to understand how to attract, engage, and retain employees in this demographic. How do you better connect with them? What can mobile photography teach you about millennial engagement?
Sam Neo, Founder and Chief People Officer, People Mentality
How to become a future-ready leader
The definition of a leader has evolved over time in response to the current changes and needs today. How can we develop ourselves to demonstrate transformational leadership?
Ng Yong Hwee, Senior Director, Emerge Consulting
|3:00pm||Afternoon refreshment and networking break|
The unwritten rules: Increasing workplace performance and retention
Nearly every organisation has an employee handbook, but there is absolutely nothing in there to help employees to become promotable. The employee manual helps people to keep a job which doesn’t foster retention. Employees often have every intention on being a part of a company’s growth but they lack an understanding of the culture and the expectations of their organisation. We will look at the rules of engagement that exist within every organisation, and discuss how to help people integrate and become a player in the company’s success by understanding the unwritten rules.
Dr. Indigo, CEO, Author & Speaker, 4D Performance