Event Details

The increasing importance of social media and the Internet by the younger generation may have to see companies changing their ways to manage and retain talents in their organisation. A new wave of digital tools can help companies to focus not only on hiring but also on managing, retaining, and developing employees.

Join us on May 19, 2017 from 3.45pm - 5pm at the Hotel Equatorial Penang on Talent Management in Today's Digital Age. Gain insights on how companies develop the talent they need with the skills sets they currently lack, understanding how organisation are prioritising talent development investments and what is the future of work especially with digital disruption which will inevitably change the workforce mix.

For further clarifications, please contact Ms Nadeeka Sarah at nadeeka@amcham.com.my

Agenda

3:30 PM - 3:45 PM
Registration & Arrival of Guests
3:45 PM - 3:50 PM
Welcome Remarks by AMCHAM
3:50 PM - 4:20 PM
Presentation on Accelerating Business Performance
•Access benchmarking data on the top management challenges•Understand how organisations are prioritising talent development investments•Learn how companies develop the talent they need with ...
•Access benchmarking data on the top management challenges
•Understand how organisations are prioritising talent development investments
•Learn how companies develop the talent they need with the skills sets they currently lack.
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4:20 PM - 4:50 PM
Presentation on What is the future of work?
•Especially with digital disruption which will inevitably change the workforce mix
•How and what can HR be prepared and lead the organisation in the future state of work.
4:50 PM - 5 PM
Q&A
5 PM - 5:05 PM
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Speakers

  • Bridget Beattie (Group Executive Vice President of the Asia Pacific Middle East at Right Management)

    Bridget Beattie

    Group Executive Vice President of the Asia Pacific Middle East at Right Management

    Bridget Beattie is Group Executive Vice President of the Asia Pacific Middle East region for Right Management, the global leader in talent and career management workforce solutions within ManpowerGroup. She is responsible for accelerating business growth and delivering career and talent management solutions that help employers align their workforce strategies with business goals. In addition, Bridget leads the Australia and New Zealand operations of Right Management as General Manager and leads Strategic Partnerships globally.
    Bridget has an extensive background in senior management, consulting and the law gained over thirty years of experience. In 1994, she co-founded a leading New Zealand HR consultancy which was purchased by ManpowerGroup in 2000.

    Throughout her career, she has consulted with a range of private and public sector organisations that have faced significant change through mergers, acquisitions, re-structuring and startups. She provides comprehensive and pragmatic advice in all aspects of organisational performance, from high level strategy to detailed implementation. Bridget is recognized for her senior-level consultation and coaching for senior executives who are experiencing leadership challenges.
    Bridget has held leadership positions in the Finance, IT and Professional Services industries and has consulted in the Energy, Local Government and Finance sectors. She has led significant global projects and has a focused expertise particularly in Asia.

    Bridget is qualified as a Barrister and Solicitor and has undertaken post graduate management study at the Kellogg School of Management in the United States. She is a regular commentator in the Asia Pacific business press, and speaks regularly on talent topics. She also has a passion for the arts and has chaired not-for-profit arts organizations. Bridget and her family reside in Melbourne, Australia.

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  • Ang Weina (Executive Director, Global Employer Services of Deloitte)

    Ang Weina

    Executive Director, Global Employer Services of Deloitte

    Ang Weina is the Executive Director of Deloitte Malaysia, based in Kuala Lumpur. She leads the Global Employer Services (GES) Division and has more than 25 years of experience with Deloitte in Singapore, Japan and Malaysia dealing with employment taxes, mobility policies, immigration compliance, equity compensation, remuneration planning and employer’s payroll compliance. She is at present also leading HR in organizations on innovation changes to workforce planning and corporate governance. She is featured regularly in local media and publications and has presented at local and overseas forums and symposiums.

    Weina graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Accountancy. She is a Fellow of the CPA (Singapore) (Australia), an Associate Member of the Chartered Tax Institute of Malaysia and a Chartered Accountant of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants. She sits on the Advisory Board of the School of Business in Monash University (Sunway Campus) in Malaysia. Weina is a licensed tax agent in Malaysia and has also passed the GST Examination conducted by the Royal Malaysian Customs Department.

    Weina is also instrumental in the collaboration between Deloitte Malaysia and Talent Corporation Berhad (under the Prime Minister’s Department) in supporting the latter in expatriate immigration and taxation issues. She is also a mentor in the National Women In Leadership Programme under the Government’s Economic Transformation Programme and is appointed to the Professional Qualifications Advisory Committee (PQAC) by the Board of Directors of CPA Australia.

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Tickets

Member Price (Inclusive of 6% GST)
Member Price RM 100
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Standard Price RM 100
Non-Member Price (Inclusive of 6% GST)
Standard Price RM 200