CHRO Singapore to explore the pillars of a successful future of work
The evolving business landscape demands a reimagined approach to HR leadership. As organisations navigate disruption, shifting employee expectations, and technological advancements, HR plays a pivotal role in fostering a culture of belonging and equity, leveraging technologies, and supporting talent mobility.
These key trends will be the focus of CHRO Singapore, an event organised by HRM Asia, taking place on 7 December 2023 at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel.
Under the theme, HR 2024 and Beyond: How CHROs Can Shape Organisational and Workforce Transformation, CHRO Singapore will commence with a keynote address by Low Yen Ling, Minister for Culture, Community and Youth, and Minister of State for Trade and Industry in Singapore. This will be followed by an opening keynote, Sustaining Success: Navigating HR’s Rebirth Amidst Disruption, by Dr Tanvi Gautam, HR Influencer, Keynote Speaker and Transformational Leadership Expert. Dr Tanvi will delve into the core themes CHROs should prioritise to maintain the momentum of success gained during the pandemic and establish HR transformation as a core organisational capability.
Following her keynote address, Dr Tanvi will transition to moderating the day’s first panel discussion titled Challenging the Status Quo: A Multi-Dimensional Approach to Supporting Talent Mobility. The panel, featuring Sonali Roychowdhury, CHRO for AMEA Kellanova; Ale Ferraro, CHRO, Growth Markets, Accenture; and Narelle Burke, CHRO, Human Resources, Insights Asia-Pacific and Global Consulting, Kantar, will explore the pivotal role of innovative, multi-dimensional strategies that transcend gender norms, creating tangible changes in organisational culture. They will also discuss advocating for progressive government policies that can unlock the full potential of talent mobility.
In today’s competitive environment, organisations must excel in managing people, culture, and data effectively. To address this multifaceted challenge, Dr Jaclyn Lee, CHRO of Certis, will present a session titled Managing People, Data and Culture in the Modern Organisation. Dr Lee will highlight the importance of employee experience, data-driven decision-making, and a continuous mindset for cultural transformation.
As organisations embrace digital tools to enhance efficiency and competence, digital fluency becomes increasingly essential. In a session titled Embracing Digital Fluency Through Change Management, Jennifer Yuan, HRBP Vice-President, UPS Asia-Pacific Region, UPS, will share the organisation’s journey towards digital fluency, empowering employees to overcome obstacles, celebrate accomplishments, and acquire valuable knowledge along the way. Yuan will discuss UPS’ ongoing path towards digital fluency, which is driving transformation and organisational change.
CHRO Singapore will conclude with the day’s second panel discussion, HR 2024 and Beyond: Building the Future Organisations Today, which will focus on shaping the future of work and organisations to help them navigate existing challenges and position them for success in 2024 and beyond. This discussion will be moderated by Philippa “Pip” Penfold, Managing Director of Integrating Intelligence, and will feature Rashmi Sharma, Head of Talent Management, GovTech Singapore; Virendra Shelar, President, OMRON Asia-Pacific and General Manager, Global Human Resources Strategy, OMRON Corporation; and Eddie Lee, HR Consultant (Chief People Officer), Mewah Group.
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