Those sessions bring us to the end of Talent Management Asia 2017, Malaysia. Hope all of you had a great time and managed to bring home a few key takeaways from the conference. Thank you once again to all our speakers, delegates and sponsors, and we do hope to see you again next year. Updates: http://bit.ly/TMASG2017
Ending the conference with a panel discussion, we have Sonia Fernandes, CTO, APAC, MediaCom; Subhajit Mitra, director, human resources, UTC, Southeast Asia and Australia; and Charlton Ong, VP HR, group enterprise, Singtel on stage. Moderated by Pauline Chua, GM, human capital and corporate social responsibility, Fuji Xerox Singapore; let's hear what these leaders have to share on creating a competitive advantage for your organisation in today's market.
In a world that's ever-changing, it's important to stay relevant to today's demands. Subhajit Mitra, director, human resources, UTC, Southeast Asia and Australia now takes the stage with his presentation on building your organisation's capacity through leadership development. Find out what you need to look out for when spotting high potential within your team.
While delegates go for our last coffee and networking break, don't forget to visit the booths of our exhibitors Savills and Sonru.
Last but not the least, Sei Yi Goh, director, talent management and development of Singtel is up next on the accelerator series at Talent Management Asia 2017.
Next up on the acceleration series is Eng Sheng Yeo, regional HR director from Gemalto
Next, the acceleration series from the winners of #HREA2016 - Starting with Janet Low, head of HR from DHL.
Following the hearty lunch, delegates are welcomed back with a keynote presentation by John Garrido, Asia regional director, Virgin Pulse. Today, he reveals the ten reasons why your health and wellbeing strategy is failing. Also, he will share how to create an irresistable employee experience that appeals to the toughest audience.
Delegates take a lunch break, and thank our event partners - Center for Creative Leadership and KellyOCG
Before we head for a lunch break, it's time for a panel discussion on sucessfully tying your talent strategy to business outcomes. Moderated by Karina Cuello, director, L&D, APAC at JLL; the panel of speakers include Ken Hoskin, head of APAC talent, Airbnb; Arturo Poire, vice-president and head of human resources, Ericsson, North East Asia; Shalini Bhateja, talent and development director, APAC, Coca-Cola Singapore, The Coca-Cola Company; and Bala Subramaniam, head of HR, South Asia and Pacific, Twitter.
Now, Arturo Poire, VP and head of human resources, Ericsson, North East Asia takes the stage with his presentation on developing and maintaining high potentials withing your organisation. Today, he shares with the delegates how to carefully asses and select high potential candidates; amongst other pointers.
As we take a quick break, we'd like to thank silver sponsors - iTalent and People Potential.
Touching on the topic of developing a high performance culture, Alex Butt, managing partner, Glides Consulting Partners will be sharing the breakthrough strategy on using culture to accelerate changes in your organisation. As he says, "change the culture, change the game."
Next, we have Caleb Baker, managing director, APAC and emerging markets, Alexander Mann Solutions with his presentation on innovation in recruitment. Today, he will reveal the career website of the future as he shares his observations of future workforce trends; and the experimentation as well as idea from industry thought leaders.
Kickstarting the conference, Ken Hoskin, head of APAC talent, Airbnb is on stage now with his presentation on employee value propostion. Today, he speaks more on developing an employee-centric work experience and creating a culture that supports high performance and employee engagement.
Regional editor, Human Resources magazine, Aditi Sharma Kalra takes the stage to welcome all delegates, sponsors, and speakers to day two of Talent Management Asia 2017.
Welcome to day two of Talent Management Asia 2017, Singapore, Asia’s biggest and most respected conference on talent management and human capital strategy! Today's conference will see speakers from Airbnb, Ericsson, Twitter, and more sharing their insights into some of the biggest challenges through keynote presentations, panel discussions and interactive roundtables.