Josh BersinGlobal Industry AnalystCEO Of The Josh Bersin Company
The business world is rapidly moving from the old style of “talent management” with its 9-box grids, HIPO lists, and manager-dictated career progressions to a “talent intelligence model” in which employees match themselves up to opportunities based on skills, demands, and needs.
Business agility depends on a talent model in which people can quickly move into new roles and adapt to new, changing business needs. These changes are not “managed” by managers – they’re created by the marketplace at frightening speed.
In his presentation, Josh Bersin will discuss this new paradigm and what it means to employees and managers. He’ll also review the technology solutions and innovations that are making internal talent marketplaces a reality in forward-thinking companies.
Dr Tanvi GautamHR Influencer, Keynote Speaker, Best Selling Author &Transformational Leadership Expert
Datuk Nora A ManafGroup Chief Human Capital OfficerMaybank
Kim NguyenHead of HR, Tech APAC, Asia PacificGoogle
As organisations move out of survival mode to contemplate what’s next, HR remains at the nexus of these conversations, shifting the focus to align overall corporate initiatives and objectives rather than just do HR for the sake of HR anymore. In this session, you will discover how can HR leaders can sustain their leadership voice, be the driver in the middle of what an organization needs to do from the growth and strategy perspective, speak the language of your CEO and most importantly gather insights on how to demonstrate and sustain the value that HR can offer beyond the pandemic.
Kevin Martin Chief Research OfficerInstitute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp)
The pandemic exposed the importance of an organization’s ability to pivot quickly and embrace change. Essential to both is a workforce with the skills and capabilities at the moment of need, and organizational systems and processes that ensure a ready-now workforce whenever and wherever its needed. This is “workforce readiness” at its core.
Together, HRM Asia and research firm Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) have conducted a global study that explored workforce readiness and how organizations are planning to identify, attract, develop, and deploy talent post-pandemic. Join i4cp’s chief research officer Kevin Martin for an exclusive, early look at what we’ve found.
Lucy AdamsCEODisruptive HR
As a result of this session, you will understand how to:
Lars SchmidtAuthorFounder of Amplify
In this session you’ll learn:
Katie BurkeChief People OfficerHubspot
Between adjusting to remote work, caregiving, and heart-breaking headlines about racial injustices and COVID-19 around the world, 2020 caused many to reconsider what we expect in leaders and what we value most as employees.
Companies who want to win in the future of work will need to require a new kind of leadership – one that is authentically more human, is rooted in empathy and connections, and focuses on inspiring and enabling people to do their best work. In this session, HubSpot’s Chief People Officer will cover:
Rachele FocardiGlobal Thought Leader, Author and Founder of XYZ@Work
Yvonne TeoVice President Human Resources Asia PacificADP
Natalia NavinChief Human Resources OfficerMaxis
Gen Z employees are transforming the workplace. They are the first fully digital generation and because of their high-tech and hyper-connected upbringing, they will bring a new set of behaviours and expectations into the workplace. In this discussion, you will discover important changes organisations need to recognise, create, and consider, to stay ahead and develop the best and brightest of this newest generation. Join this session and also understand what makes this generation tick if you want to attract, hire, and retain
Jon InghamDirectorStrategic HR Academy
The shift to employee experience has been a hugely positive one for a variety of reasons. However, it is still only a dim reflection of the changes we still need to make. People do not come to work for the experience of work. If we really want to break with the perpetual low levels of engagement around the world, we have to help people with their real objectives for their employment, which may have nothing to do with our own business goals. Moving to this truly people-centric approach will not be easy, but there are things we can start doing now. Attend this session to learn about:
Susan CheongManaging Director & Head, Talent Acquisition Group, Group Human ResourcesDBS Bank
The rise of AI in recruiting raises a provocative question for talent acquisition professionals: What is the role of humans in hiring? Recruiting will become a symbiosis of human and machine, complementing each other’s strengths. As AI takes over more manual tasks, some functions of a recruiter’s role may disappear. However, new, higher-value, more fulfilling human roles will also emerge. In this session, you will discover and learn:
• how to make hiring more human• the importance to stay ahead of the game by learning, experimenting, and adapting to emerging technologies• tips to continue delivering on a positive candidate experience
Fleur ToniesAberkyn Senior LeaderMcKinsey & Company
Vandna Dawar RamchandaniRegional Head of Corporate Philanthropy Asia PacificBloomberg
Jacely VoonChief of People Officer, People, Culture & CSR FUJIFILM Business Innovation Singapore
Wellness and wellbeing have been on the radar screen for a long time, however, employers are said to be only “scratching the surface” when it comes to progression. But after the beginning of the pandemic, leaders and companies must think of new ways and implement expanded and creative solutions to support wellbeing.
Today, leaders are expected to have tabs on their employees’ lives, morale, and wellness almost as much as their ongoing tasks. This evolution corroborates a trend that many of us already held true: employee wellness and overall performance go hand-in-hand. With that said, many questions remain. In this session we will analyse:
• Where are we today? What trends will remain or change?• Why CSR is the missing piece of holistic employee wellness?• How can companies further invest in their employees?
Stacey HarrisChief Research OfficerSapient Insights Group
Achieving sustainable business and organizational outcomes, requires a well aligned, incentivized, and engaged workforce. The tools and technology we use to connect with our workforce matters, and how we implement complex HR Technology has a major impact on what we can achieve.
Join Stacey Harris, Chief Research Officer for Sapient Insights Group and Author of “Introduction to HR Technologies, Understand How to Use Technology to Improve Performance and Processes” as she shares the most recent global research data on how organizations leveraged talent, technology, and culture to overcome the challenges of the last year and achieve sustainable long-term growth against the odds. We’ll share key findings and data from Sapient Insights Annual HR Systems Survey, including a global view of HR Technology adoption, usage, and proven practices for achieving outcomes.