Regional HR & Talent Management: “Addressing human capital concerns and issues from a global and b

Venue: Wawasan Open University

Location: Penang, Malaysia

Event Date/Time: Sep 18, 2008 End Date/Time: Sep 19, 2008
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Today’s companies operate in a truly global village, one in which businesses from opposite sides of the world are competing in the same labor pool. With the rising costs of materials and supplies, we find that companies are competing for yet another valuable and dwindling resource – skilled employees. This is the one thing that all businesses are competing for.

ASLI and Wawasan Open University are co-organizing the exclusive “Regional HR and Talent Management” conference in order to address and shed light on the human capital issues that companies face today. Major local and international companies from the region are expected to participate, offering unparalleled insights, knowledge, practical experiences, and networking opportunities for those who seek the transition from human resource management to human investment management.


Additional Information

Regional HR and Talent Management addresses the latest key issues and considerations by featuring informative panel discussions and interactive speaking sessions from leading experts and practitioners on Human Resource. This intensive one-day conference and half-day workshop will bring a wealth of information for companies to consider and apply. Benefits of attending this event include: • Examining both external and internal human resource challenges and issues • Hearing from human resource company practitioners, consultants, academics, and government bodies • Discussing strategies that work in today’s global labour pool • Gaining better understanding on the connection between human resource management and successful execution of business strategy • Understanding what attracts employees, and what drives them away • Learning how to build and manage effective and capable teams • Building effective KPI and feedback systems • Developing fair and transparent reward and promotion systems • Creating a positive corporate culture and communication system • Dealing with rising stars and non-performers • Looking to future human resource issues and impacts • A pre-conference half-day workshop on successful talent management in today’s global village • Benchmarking and networking with industry experts, company leaders, and fellow peers and practitioners