Reimagining work: How CHROs are leading from the front
With many organisations expected to continue hybrid work into 2023, talent recognition and retention, as well the reskilling and wellbeing of employees, are likely to be priorities for CHROs in the new year.
To provide more insights into the role CHROs in Indonesia can play in shaping the world of work amidst evolving labour market dynamics, Pambudi Sunarsihanto, Human Resources Director, Blue Bird Group, is joining CHRO Series Indonesia as a keynote presenter.
Bringing together a lineup of distinguished speakers to discuss how CHROs can put HR strategies into impactful action, CHRO Series Indonesia kicks off HRM Asia’s exclusive CHRO Series 2022, which is bringing together senior HR leaders from across the region to navigate shared business challenges and provide solutions to critical priorities facing their role today.
At the Shangri-La hotel in Jakarta, attendees will also hear from Monir Azzouzi, CPXO and Board Director, GOTOKO; and Putu Wibawa, VP of HRBP and OD, Sinar Mas Mining, as they discuss the role of HR in Industry 4.0, including supporting sustainable job creation and creating people strategies and policies to meet business challenges.
Rick Swaleh, Senior Account Executive, Asia Pacific, Docebo, will examine the vision, skills and technologies needed to transform mindsets, capabilities, and resilience as CHROs look to create a future-facing learning ecosystem.
To provide an update on the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) efforts of organisations in Indonesia, Gusman Adiwardhana, Senior Human Resources Manager, PT Kilang Pertamina Internasional, will moderate a panel discussion that will discuss how to provide support to all employees in a work environment that prioritises equality.
Joining Gusman is Rudy Afandi, Komite Remunerasi and PSDM, Lembaga Penjamin Simpanan; and Nissi Taruli F. Naibaho, Co-Founder, FeminisThemis.
How can CHROs build a skill-based talent strategy to fuel their organisation? Answering this question and more is Sandra Kosasih, Human Capital Managing Director, Sinar Mas Land, who will provide key insights into talent acquisition and retention strategies that focuses on and improves the employer value proposition.
With more organisations looking to introduce Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) practices, Rocky Adiguna, Deputy Director of MBA Programme, Faculty of Economics and Business, UGM, will moderate a panel discussion that highlights how ESG considerations can be integrated into corporate and people strategies.
He will be joined by Yulius S. Bulo, Vice Chairperson, ASEAN Human Development Organisation Indonesia; and Iben Yuzenho Ismarson, Founder of Sebumi, as they examine the impact the pandemic has had on ESG practices and how ESG initiatives can propel post-pandemic business recovery.
As organisations continue to reimagine the employee experience, Alvien Khairullah, CHRO, PT Vidio Dot Com, will offer tips for CHROs to create a new work paradigm, including using HR data as a tool to boost employee experience.
Rounding off CHRO Series Indonesia 2022 is Dr Hora Tjitra, Chairman and Co-Founder, Insight Web Academy. Together with Steven Yudiantho, SVP Human Capital, Bank Mandiri; and Bambang Yapri, Human Capital Director, Pt Bina Karya Prima, Dr Hora will take a deep dive into the key talent trends that are likely to impact work in 2023.
HRM Asia’ CHRO Series 2022 will continue with CHRO Malaysia, which is taking place on November 17, and will conclude with CHRO Singapore, which is taking place on December 1. Click here for more information and find out how you, as a CHRO, can help to shape work in 2023 and beyond.