PEOPLE DEVELOPMENT DURING CULTURE SHIFTS

An exclusive online event for CEOs, HR and L&D Leaders

December 15
11 am Dubai  |  3 pm Singapore
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In this webinar, we will uncover a range of initiatives that L&D teams are using to continue to engage with talent and corporate recruiters despite current global problems.

Attend this webinar to learn & interact on

1
The Great Resignation and Its Impact on Business.
2
Impact Of The Pandemic On the Future of Workplace.
3
People’s Shifting Priorities and the Culture Shifts.
4
Ensuring Employee’s Retention & Enablement.

The Challenge

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world and the world of work. Pandemic gave employees more time to reflect, learn and grow. Employees are looking for opportunities with a hybrid working culture, independence and stronger career trajectories. They desire both recognition and development. Many businesses have been affected in terms of talent management due to sudden freezes, layoffs, great resignation, and a profound way of hybrid work culture. Companies also face a learning curve as they have to figure out how to lead their teams virtually and how to maintain employee skills management in hybrid work culture. The new normal seems to change each day, never staying the same.

Business leaders that want to stay ahead of it post-pandemic must build a strong culture that promotes transformation. So how can business leaders create a new work world that will keep employees both happy and productive post-COVID?

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Event Speakers

Binesh Menon
Learning & Development, Emerson

Binesh Menon leads Learning & Organization Development for the Asia Pacific at Emerson Automation Solutions. Binesh is a passionate Learning & Development professional with over 17 Years of experience in the Talent Development function.

He has been adjudged one of the Top 25 Global Training and Development Leaders in Asia by the World HRD Congress and received multiple citations by the National Training and Development Congress and the CHRO Asia over the years.

Jacely Voon
Chief People Officer, People, Culture & CSR, Fujifilm

Jacely Voon is Fujifilm Business Innovation Singapore’s Chief People Officer, responsible for overseeing and managing the company’s people agenda and leads a HR team with systems that build enterprise-wide employee engagement, talent development & corporate social responsibility. She held various senior leadership positions within the organisation, shaping the new state of new HR Service Delivery across Asia Pacific, as a former profound APAC Compensation & Benefits Leader and previously the Chief People Officer for Fujifilm Business Innovation Australia.

Shivanand Mohan
Learning and Development Head, EMAAR

Shivanand is Marshall Goldsmith Certified Executive Coach. Shivanand is a passionate trainer and trained over 20000+ engineering students. He has been head of Learning & Development at L& T.  He is a Gold Medalist at Australian Talent Test conducted by University of New South Wales and a Silver Medalist at Singapore Mathematics Olympiad conducted by the National University of Singapore.

Tamara Hassan
Senior Business partner for Global Emerging Markets in Mars

Tamara is an HR leader with 20+ years’ MNC experience in Human Resources and leadership across different industries and geographies. She has recently assumed the role of Senior Business partner for Global Emerging Markets in Mars, based out of Dubai, UAE. Tamara worked in different industries including hospitality (IHG), Oil & Gas (Halliburton) as well as Healthcare (Johnson & Johnson) in different HC capacities.

Tamara has a degree in psychology and is a certified Life Coach & Master Practitioner of NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming). She loves making a difference to people and organizations through her skills, energy, and passion.

Pranav Kumar
Founder & CEO, ICD Technologies

Pranav is an entrepreneur and mentor in the Digital Transformation space, with a deep passion for technology, business, and progress. He is most excited about the digital disruption & exponential impact of emerging technologies.