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  • 1. WhoShouldAttend GMs, Heads, SVPs, VPs, Directors and Heads of: Compensation & Benefits (C&B) Employee Engagement Human Capital Development Human Resources Learning & Development People Development Resourcing Reward Management Talent Management Training & Professional Development Airline & Aviation Banking & Finance Conglomerate Energy & Utilities Entertainment & Media Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) Government Administration Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals Insurance &Investment IT & Communications Logistics & Transportation Manufacturing Real Estate Retail Telecommunication Tourism & Hospitality From across various industries, for instance: ConfirmedSpeakers Highlights Organizer EventPartner • Manifesting the basis of Talent Management with highlights of the component, features and roles of Talent Management • Underlining the salient roles of Human Resources in ensuring effective Talent Management plan that will complement business needs and growth • Acquainting HR Professionals with insights on how Talent Management will further equip business in difficult times • Envisaging the setbacks of poor Talent Management plan and how this can be rescued and addressed with potential effective solutions • Leveraging learning alternatives to establish and secure the learning culture within the organization via outlooks on mentoring, coaching and internal training • Revitalizing HR Professionals with perspectives and experience-sharing with other Practitioners via exclusive Panel Discussions and casual coffee talk discussion BringingToYou 14 Exceptional Speakers 4 Exquisite Presentations 5 Case Study Presentations 2 Exclusive Panel Discussions 2 Coffee Talks Rescue and Polish Your Talent Management Armour! Ahmad Fauzi Yahya Business HR Manager Nestle Products (M) Sdn Bhd Abdul Aziz Jameran Head, HR & Administration MMC Oil & Gas Engineering Sdn Bhd GP Rao Head - Management Services Recron (M) Sdn Bhd Alvin Yeoh HR Director (TMG & FES) Intel Technology Sdn Bhd Chin Tuck Piew Administrator Human Resources & Personnel Development Gleneagles Hospital (KL) Sdn Bhd Mohana Mohariff General Manager, Leadership & Talent Management, Group Human Capital Management Telekom Malaysia Berhad Shahrizan Zamri Organization Performance & Engagement Manager DKSH Holdings (M) Berhad Shankar Nagalingam Country HR Director, Malaysia & South Asia Developing Market Dell Asia Pacific Sdn Bhd Rajasegaran Rajagopal Senior HR Director DHL Global Forwarding (M) Sdn Bhd Novie Erly Susilawati Head of HR, PT Bakrie Connectivity & HRBP PT Bakrie Telecom Tbk Cilia Rasasegram Head, People & Culture Tune Money Sdn Bhd OfficialMediaPartner Mohamed Siraj Abdul Razack Director, Organisational Development & Business Planning Petrofac E&C Sdn Bhd Laurence Yap Former Senior Manager, Learning & Organizational Development PayPal Nisha Padbidri Head, Human Resources Citigroup Sales & Outsourcing Services TALENTMANAGEMENTIN CHALLENGINGECONOMICCLIMATE 4 - 5July2012 | KualaLumpur +603-2600 6000 +603-2600 6116 www.hr-republic.org/tmcec www.hr-republic.org/tmcec secretariat@hr-republic.org
  • 2. 0800 0830 0900 0950 1020 1050 1140 1230 1400 1450 1540 1600 1650 Registration Welcoming Address by Chairperson Shahrizan Zamri Organization Performance & Engagement Manager DKSH Holdings (Malaysia) Berhad TALENT MANAGEMENT REVISITED Session 1 Case Study: Why Talent Management? • Unfolding the significance of the roles of Talent Management and how this equips Human Resources in functioning more effectively • Broadening the scope of understanding Talents in terms of their needs of personal and professional growth and how organizations may leverage these needs to equip business GP Rao Head - Management Services Recron (M) Sdn Bhd Ice Breaker Networking Break Session 2 HR Excellence in the New Era and driving Employee Engagement through Career Development • HR Performance now • People Strategy ▫ Developing Inspiring Leaders ▫ Championing Team Members ▫ Employer of Choice ▫ Listening and Sharing • Sharing of Dell’s purpose driven approach on career development Shankar Nagalingam Country HR Director, Malaysia & South Asia Developing Market Dell Asia Pacific Sdn Bhd RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION: THE ON-GOING DILEMMAS Session 3 Panel Discussion: Magnifying the dilemmas in difficult times: to recruit or retain current employees? • Focusing on HR roles in difficult times to identify and retain key talents • Signifying the needs to recruit the right talents in a cost conscious context Abdul Aziz Jameran Head, HR & Administration MMC Oil & Gas Engineering Sdn Bhd Novie Erly Susilawati Head of HR, PT Bakrie Connectivity & HRBP PT Bakrie Telecom Tbk Cilia Rasasegram Head, People & Culture Tune Money Sdn Bhd Networking Luncheon Session 4 Case Study: Talent Retention: The Continuous Struggle • Examining the present landscape in retaining the general workforce • Addressing the potential challenges in retaining key talents in difficult times • Streamlining the challenges with pertinent Retention Strategies Ahmad Fauzi Yahya Business HR Manager Nestle Products (M) Sdn Bhd Session 5 Retention Strategy-A Case Study • Highlighting the need and call for an effective strategy • Analyzing and developing a retention strategy • Signifying how the strategy is realized and executed accordingly Nisha Padbidri Head, Human Resources Citigroup Sales & Outsourcing Services Networking Break Session 6 Case Study: Aiming High and Aiming Right • Elaborating the details of Recruitment of the right talents to ensure ROI • Scrutinizing the conflicts and challenges in hiring and retaining key talents • Incorporating challenges and potential effective solutions • Ensuring potential solutions are being executed proficiently Novie Erly Susilawati Head of HR, PT Bakrie Connectivity & HRBP PT Bakrie Telecom Tbk End of Day 1 Day One (4 July 2012, Wednesday) ConferenceAgenda The constantly changing business environment demands for further cultivation of certain skills and competencies to ensure these roles function strikingly well in fulfilling not only the current business goals but also the potential business markets and products. With relatively uncertain economic weather, organizations are more or less forced to turn and rely on the backbone of their business that is the people who drive business despite the challenges associated with business consolidation. Talent Management, considered vital in such economic atmosphere, serves to rescue and accommodate the organizations’ needs and expectations to not merely ensure survival, but to optimize the skills and competencies by the best talents in reassuring the business directions and circumstances. This conference intends to reveal the challenges and potential solutions of Talent Management in challeng- ing economic atmosphere to further strengthen HR Practitioners and Professionals’ comprehension on how they may assist organizations in structuring and executing intelligent Talent Management plan. TALENTMANAGEMENTIN CHALLENGINGECONOMICCLIMATE 4 - 5July2012 | KualaLumpur +603-2600 6000 +603-2600 6116 www.hr-republic.org/tmcec www.hr-republic.org/tmcec secretariat@hr-republic.org
  • 3. Registration Welcoming Address by Chairperson Shahrizan Zamri Organization Performance & Engagement Manager DKSH Holdings (Malaysia) Berhad CULTIVATE CREATIVE TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT ALTERNATIVES Session 1 Review on the current prospect of training and development • Redefining Training and Development in the framework of challenging times • Ensuring excellent plan and cost effective Training and Development programs • Innovating strategies and methods of Training and Development programs Chin Tuck Piew Administrator Human Resources & Personnel Development Gleneagles Hospital (Kuala Lumpur) Sdn Bhd Session 2 Training, coaching & mentoring: What You Should and Need to Know • Envisioning the alternatives of training and learning methods • Understanding the basic roles of coaching and mentoring and why they matter in equipping learning • Estimating sound execution of internal training with highlights of their strengths and potential setbacks Mohana Mohariff General Manager, Leadership & Talent Management, Group Human Capital Management Telekom Malaysia Berhad Ice Breaker 3 Networking Break Session 3 Correlating Training & Development with Employee Engagement • Assigning training and development with a vital role in encouraging engagement • Highlighting the issues encountered in conducting effective training and development to engage employees • Evaluating successful methods of training and development in engaging employees • Inspecting the responses and success rates of methods of training and development to engage employees Laurence Yap Former Senior Manager, Learning &Organizational Development PayPal Session 4 Coffee Talk • How and why employee s’ personal and professional growth will affect engagement? • Elaborating on strategies, potential drawbacks and counter solutions in engaging employees via Training & Development programme 0800 0830 0845 0935 1020 1035 1100 1150 Networking Luncheon PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT: A SNEAK PEEK Session 5 Review on the amplitude of Performance Management • Spotlighting the right measures to incite and exhilarate performance • Leveraging Performance Management to spot problems and identify solutions • Elaborating on how Performance Management may drive effective delivery of strategic and operational goals Alvin Yeoh HR Director (TMG & FES) Intel Technology Sdn Bhd Networking Break SUCCESSION PLANNING: EXPLORING THE POTENTIAL AND POSSIBILITIES Session 6 Panel Discussion: Succession Planning in Challenging Times • Scrutinizing the significance of Succession Planning and why it still matters in challenging times • Envisaging competencies that align with business direction and strategies • Profiling key positions and potential talents to match the aforementioned competencies • Integrating succession planning with other Talent Management processes Rajasegaran Rajagopal Senior HR Director DHL Global Forwarding (M) Sdn Bhd Abdul Aziz Jameran Head, HR & Administration MMC Oil & Gas Engineering Sdn Bhd Mohamed Siraj Abdul Razack Director, Organisational Development & Business Planning Petrofac E&C Sdn Bhd Session 7 Coffee Talk • What is an effective Succession Planning? • How to ensure the senior leaders’ cooperation and commitment in achieving Succession Planning? End of Day 2 1240 1400 1450 1510 1610 1700 Day Two (5 July 2012, Thursday) ConferenceAgenda “We want these assets to be productive. We buy them. We own them. To say we care only about the short term is wrong. What I care about is seeing these assets in the best hands”- Carl Icahn TALENTMANAGEMENTIN CHALLENGINGECONOMICCLIMATE 4 - 5July2012 | KualaLumpur +603-2600 6000 +603-2600 6116 www.hr-republic.org/tmcec www.hr-republic.org/tmcec secretariat@hr-republic.org