CHRO Singapore will highlight critical HR trends optimizing HR technology for enhanced employee experience and talent mobility.
HR leaders in Singapore are preparing for the future of work by focusing on creating a culture of belonging and fairness, deploying innovative HR technologies to improve employee experience, and supporting employee mobility. talents. Here are some of the key trends and topics that will be covered during CHRO Singaporean event organized by HRM Asiaunder the theme HR 2024 and beyond: how CHROs can shape the transformation of organizations and workforces.
CHRO Singapore promises to be a platform for HR leaders to explore the most critical trends and topics in the field. Taking place on 7 December 2023 at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, CHRO Singapore is set to bring valuable insights and knowledge sharing opportunities to over 150 CHROs.
The event is proudly supported by ADP, BTS, GLOBIS Company, the National University of Singapore (NUS)And Which solution.
With a welcome speech from Weak Yen LingMinister of State for Culture, Community and Youth and Minister of State for Commerce and Industry of Singapore, the event will begin with the keynote address, Sustaining Success: Navigating the HR Renaissance Amid Disruptionby Dr Tanvi Gautam, HR influencer, keynote speaker and transformational leadership expert. Dr. Tanvi will share his insights on the core themes CHROs should prioritize to sustain the wave of success unleashed during the pandemic and make transformation and reinvention of the HR function a critical and sustainable capability.
One of the informative sessions that will be presented at CHRO Singapore is Leadership redefined in a hybrid world and its impact on talent management. This session, presented by Jessica ZhangSenior Vice President, Asia Pacific, ADPprovides participants with the opportunity to better understand how organizations can adapt and thrive in the new world of work. Zhang will look at strategies for strengthening relationships between employees and managers and provide tips for effective and empathetic communication.
A good culture is the key to success, but why is it so important and how can HR leaders ensure that culture remains not just a buzzword but a driving force? Gianfranco Di Mairasenior vice president, partner and general manager of BTS Singapore and Southeast Asia will attempt to solve this problem and discover the true value of establishing a strong and meaningful culture that permeates every facet of an organization.
The next session, entitled Promoting employee well-being and talent retention: the secret to business longevity, addresses the challenges linked to employee well-being and the retention of the best talents. Drawing on the Japanese philosophy of Kokorozashi, the session will explore how this approach transcends traditional HR practices. Adam Gordondirector at GLOBIS Companywill reveal the secrets to Japanese business longevity and guide participants in creating a holistic approach to talent retention that goes beyond traditional HR strategies.
Zaid HamzahAI and Data Practitioner, Executive Education Fellow, Advanced Computing for Executives, School of Computing, National University of Singapore (NUS)will lead the next session on How generative AI will transform the HR industry. This session aims to highlight strategies for leveraging generative AI to improve efficiency and productivity, as well as the steps required for a successful generative AI project. Participants will also gain insights into managing people readiness, process refinement, data management and budget allocation.
There will also be a session titled Unlocking HR Potential with Digital Adoption Platforms by Samir Mishravice president and head of sales for India and South East Asia, Which solution. This session will explore how digital adoption platforms (DAPs) can streamline employee experience, training, and onboarding processes, while simultaneously alleviating digital fatigue and increasing employee engagement. Additionally, Mishra will provide strategies for implementing a DAP within an organization, enabling HR managers to improve their ability to achieve the organization’s HR objectives effectively and efficiently.
In today’s competitive landscape, organizations are striving not only to deliver exceptional products and services, but also to excel in the complex art of managing people, culture and data. These facets have become essential to maintaining competitiveness and promoting sustainable success. To delve into the essence of this multi-faceted challenge, Dr Jaclyn LeeCHRO of Certiswill present a captivating session titled Managing people, data and culture in the modern organization. Dr. Lee’s ideas will encompass the importance of employee experience, a concept that revolves around data-driven decision-making and is supported by ongoing mindset and cultural transformation.
As organizations strive to harness the power of digital tools to improve efficiency and skills, digital literacy becomes essential. In another session entitled Adopting digital mastery through change management, Jennifer Yuanvice president HRBP, UPS Asia-Pacific region, UPS, will share UPS’s journey to digital mastery, where employees have been empowered to overcome obstacles, celebrate their achievements and gain valuable knowledge along the way. Yuan will look at UPS’s current journey toward digital mastery, which is also driving transformation and propelling organizational change.
As CHRO Singapore unfolds, it will host two panel discussions, Challenging the status quo: multidimensional approach to supporting talent mobility And HR 2024 and beyond: building the organizations of the future today. The first will be moderated by Dr Tanvi, who will be joined by Sonali RoychowdhuryCHRO for AMEA Kellanova; Ferraro BeerCHRO, Growing Markets, Accenture; And Narelle BurkeCHRO, Human Resources, Asia-Pacific Insights and Global Consulting, Kantar; exploring the central role of innovative, multidimensional strategies that transcend gender norms, creating tangible changes in organizational culture. It will also involve advocating for progressive government policies capable of unlocking the full potential of talent mobility.
The latter centers around the theme of shaping the future of work and organizations to help organizations address existing challenges and position them for success in 2024 and beyond. This discussion will be moderated by Philippa “Pip” Penfoldgeneral director of Integrate intelligencewho will be joined by Rashmi Sharmaresponsible for talent management, GovTech Singapore; Virendra ShelarPresident of OMRON Asia Pacific and Managing Director of Global HR Strategy, Omron Company; And Eddie LeeHR Consultant (Chief People Office), Mewah Group.
CHRO Singapore is set to be a pivotal event for HR leaders as they prepare for the dynamic future of work. This gathering is poised to provide a comprehensive platform for HR professionals to explore and adapt to the rapidly changing HR landscape.
HRM Asia is set to host an informative Masterclass series in partnership with the ESG Institute on December 6, 2023. This series will provide HR managers with the opportunity to enhance their skills in specialist areas through insights shared by Joanne Flinnpresident of the ESG Institute; And Jonathan CheungCEO of The ESG Institute.
The Masterclass series will begin with an inaugural session entitled Sustainability in action for CHROs, which will focus on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues, providing HR leaders with a comprehensive understanding of current ESG standards. To learn more about CHRO Singapore or ESG Masterclass, click here.