CHROs ready to lead organisational change in 2022

CHRO Singapore, taking place tomorrow, rounds up a successful CHRO Online Series 2021, which addressed the challenges and issues facing CHROs.
By: | December 1, 2021

With 2022 on the horizon, organisations have begun to implement strategies and roadmaps that will allow them to transition successfully into the new year. With CHROs continuing to play a key role in any business transformation, HRM Asia’s CHRO Online Series has brought together some of Asia’s most prominent and experienced HR leaders to discuss the most critical initiatives and issues impacting CHROs today.

After the success of CHRO Indonesia and Malaysia, CHRO Online Series 2021 concludes with CHRO Singapore on December 2, which will kick off with a keynote presentation by Jason Averbook, Global Keynote Speaker, CEO & Co-Founder, Leapgen.

He will be discussing how leaders can stop implementing technology and start deploying human capabilities, and how the workplace experience can be designed with people at the centre. Averbook will also be moderating a panel discussion titled, Adapting to The Work and The Workforce of Tomorrow – How HR is Taking the Lead in Shaping the Future of Work, which will highlight the shift to human-centric leadership.

He will be joined by Rohit Chennamaneni, Co-Founder, DarwinboxDr Oliver Crocco, Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University; and Simon Frank, CHRO, Thome Group.

Also joining CHRO Singapore is Peter Hadley, President, ADP Asia-Pacific, who will predict expectations as sentiment towards work and expectations of workforce and workplace continue to evolve.

In his session titled, From Pandemic to Endemic: What’s Next?, Hadley will also share his views on Asia’s business outlook and what to expect through endemic conditions in 2022.

Pip Lyons, Senior People Scientist, Culture Amp, will then highlight the questions organisations need to ask themselves to reduce attrition and retain talent in the face of the Great Resignation.

To find the answers to questions such as whether employees feel clarity and ownership over their individual work experience, and if managers are empowered to help their direct reports develop and stat motivated, join Lyons’ session titled, The Great Resignation: How to Keep Your Best People.

The second panel discussion of the day will then turn attention to how HR leaders can successfully fill their new roles and deliver value to stakeholders.

Moderated by Dr Tanvi Gautam, HR Influencer, Keynote Speaker, Best-Selling Author & Transformational Leadership Expert, and Founder of Leadershift, The CHRO Of the Future: Time to Look at HR Through a New Lens session will also explain the importance for CHROs to get more involved in human capital strategy and the deployment of AI and automation for the workforce.

Sonali Roycohwdhury, Vice President HR, Procter & GambleMukta Arya, Managing Director, Regional Head of Human Resources, APAC, Societe Generale; and Aaron Lim, Group Human Resource Director, Park Hotel Group, will be participating in the panel discussion.

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Rounding off CHRO Singapore is a timely session titled, Holistic Well-Being: Opportunities for APAC’S Employers. Presented by Billy Elliott, Regional Director APAC, Top Employers Institute and Ammara Naeem, Head of Client Success, Top Employers Institute, the session will highlight why APAC organisations can do more to improve their well-being practices.

Elliott and Naeem will elaborate on how APAC businesses are performing in this domain and what they can do to improve. They will also provide examples of how leading organisations worldwide are becoming bolder in their experiments to drive and support a more holistic approach to well-being.

Click here to register for CHRO Series Singapore, which is sponsored and supported by ADPCulture AmpGlobalization PartnersTop Employers InstituteAchievers, and Darwinbox.