Dr. K K Chan
Founder and CEO, Nature Elements Capital
Hosted By the Energy Committee
Aug 1, 2016 (Mon) - 12:00pm
Richard Cantor, Chief Risk Officer, Moody’s Corporation and Chief Credit Officer, Moody’s Investors Service
Hosted By the Trade & Investment Committee
Aug 4, 2016 (Thu) - 3:30pm
*Alicia Garcia Herrero, Chief Economist, Asia Pacific, NATIXIS, Hong Kong
*Mark Austen, Chief Executive Officer, Asia Securities Industry & Financial Markets Association (ASIFMA)
Hosted By the Financial Services Committee
Aug 5, 2016 (Fri) - 9:00am
Tony Ngo, Partner, Connect Communication Limited
Aug 5, 2016 (Fri) - 12:00pm
Hosted By the Environment Committee
Aug 8, 2016 (Mon) - 6:30pm
Hosted By the Corporate Social Responsibility Committee
Aug 10, 2016 (Wed) - 12:30pm
Hosted By the Human Resources Committee
Aug 16, 2016 (Tue) - 8:00am
*Tamara Cross, Assistant Director, Education, Workforce, and Income Security
*Ted A. Burik, Analyst-In-Charge, Education, Workforce, and Income Security
Hosted By the Taxation Committee
Aug 23, 2016 (Tue) - 12:30pm
Peter Kaufman, Director of Tutoring, ArborBridge
Aug 24, 2016 (Wed) - 8:00am
Dr. Geil Browning, Founder and CEO, Emergenetics International
Hosted By the Human Resources Committee
Aug 26, 2016 (Fri) - 12:00pm
David Weller, Head of Global Trade Policy, Google, Washington, DC
Hosted By the Intellectual Property Committee
Aug 26, 2016 (Fri) - 4:00pm
Tony Mok, Vice President of Asia Pacific, GP Strategies Corporation
Hosted By the Human Resources Committee
Aug 30, 2016 (Tue) - 8:00am
Aug 30, 2016 (Tue) - 6:30pm
8:00am Registration/ Coffee/ Sponsors' Exhibitions
8:20am - 3:15pm Conference (Lunch included, 12:45pm-2pm)
Hosted by the Human Capital Committee
AmCham’s 22nd Annual Human Capital Conference will explore how to develop Asian talent into leadership roles, both for Asia and for impact in the global world.
With the development of Asia, the global talent pool has increased in diversity. There is greater mobility of Asians within and out of Asia, while westerners are also attracted to Asia by the opportunities available for career development. Despite this, leadership roles in Asia and globally are still often filled by Westerners, leaving Asian talent out of the boardroom. Businesses are now recognising that this is a very real challenge because successful companies know that not only does Asian talent increase their pool of talent, but also that developing a diverse and inclusive leadership team and workforce improves the bottom line. The Conference will hear from thought leaders, CEOs and Senior HR leaders about how they are positioning their organizations for success.
Target Audience: Business leaders looking for unique keys to success and anyone who is interested in building their leadership teams in Asia, for Asia and for a global world where Asia has become an ever growing presence.
For more details, please visit:www.amcham.org.hk/events/signature-events/human-capital-conference
Opening Keynote: Developing Asian Talent
Kate Bravery, Leadership and Talent Solution Leader, Growth Markets, Mercer
CEO Panel: Asian Talent and Values in Leadership
A panel of leaders from major Asian companies and multi-nationals will discuss the trends in Asian leadership. What is the impact of Asian leaders in the global environment and how do their values and practices differ from those with western values?
Colin Browne, Vice President & Managing Director of Asia Sourcing, VF Asia Ltd.
Douglas Henck, Chairman & CEO, AEGON Asia
Ken Madrid, Group CFO and CEO Asia Pacific, Crown Worldwide Group
Chris Meyrick, Vice President, Human Resources Asia Pacific, American Express International Inc.
Dr. Janet De Silva, Dean, Ivey Asia, Ivey Business School, Western University (Moderator)
Three Concurrent Breakout Sessions (each session is run twice at 10:30am-11:30am & 11:45am-12:45pm. Please refer to booking form on page 2 for selection):
1) Recruiting Future Asian Leaders
In today’s highly competitive market for talent, how do companies source Asian talent from within and outside Asia. What skill sets are critical to succeed in Asia and how do you recruit those skill sets? What best practices do our panelists have to build their employee brand? In this interactive, value-creation format, panelists and participants will sit together to problem solve and share best practices for attracting, selecting, on-boarding and measuring their recruiting efforts. Participants will come away with specific solutions to the many challenges in recruiting Asian talent.
Antonia Cowdry, Managing Director & Regional Head of HR, Asia Pacific, Deutsche Bank AG
Dr. Christine Lai, Regional Director, APAC People Team, Pearson Asia Pacific
Nick Marsh, Managing Director, Harvey Nash Executive Search Asia Pacific
Michael Wong, Greater China Talent Leader, EY
Linda Garrett, Managing Director, Garrett Global (Moderator)
2) The Future of Executive Coaching in Asia – Coaching Local Talent for Global Business
A highly interactive session on coaching in the development of Asian leaders. You will discover how coaching is being used to develop future talent and how it can be used more effectively in your organization. The session will include a Q&A style interview of Mr. Taisuke Nakanishi, Managing Director of Sony Hong Kong by Mr. Yoshiyuki Suzuki, bestselling Japanese author of several business books on executive coaching and acting President of Asia's largest coaching firm Coach A, on how Sony adopted coaching for their high potential Asian leaders. Through interactive exercises, you will experience coaching in real-time during this session, and take away a framework that you can apply to your unique business demands.
Taisuke Nakanishi, Managing Director, Sony Corporation of HK Ltd.
Yoshiyuki Suzuki, President, COACH A Co., Ltd. (Facilitator)
3) Engaging and Developing Future Asian Leaders
This will be a highly interactive session to share best practice among our experienced panelists and participants. What strategies are companies using to engage Asian talent and to develop future Asian leaders? Can we build the next generation of leaders faster? How can companies get a return on their investment in leadership development by retaining their best Asian talent?
Alvin Miyasato, Regional Program Director, Finance Learning & Leadership Development, Intel Semiconductor (US) Ltd.
Mitya New, Managing Director, Leading Organisations
Manpreet Ratia, Managing Director & Region Head HR, Citi Transaction Services & Private Bank, Citi Asia Pacific
Alexandra Richardson, Senior HR Director, PepsiCo Asia Pacific Region
Gerald Tapper, Regional Managing Director, Asia, rogenSi Ltd.
Prof. Denis Wang, Director,School of Hotel and Tourism Management, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Clare Allum, EYU Leader & Tax Talent Leader, Asia Pacific, EY (Moderator)
Luncheon Keynote: Ocean Park: A Case Study in Asian Leadership
Tom Mehrmann, Chief Executive, Ocean Park Hong Kong
A case study in the development of a Hong Kong based organization and how it developed its Asian leadership, showing how leadership, core values and the culture in Ocean Park have driven a successful business model.
Plenary Session: Disney's Approach to Talent Management: Global Strategies; Local Practices
Rob Morton, Asia Pacific Site Leader, Disney Institute
A fascinating case study in how to recruit and develop talent in a global organization based in Asia. Focusing on the role of organizational culture in the development of talent and discussing how to balance a global brand and a global approach with the need to adopt unique elements to develop talent in Asia. Delivered in an engaging way!
Sponsorship form is attached HERE. For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Ms. Mary Simpson at 2530-6922 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The conference flyer is attached HERE for your registration purposes.
The conference rundown is attached HERE for reference.
* Kate Bravery, Leadership and Talent Solution Leader, Growth Markets, Mercer (Opening Keynote)
* Tom Mehrmann, Chief Executive, Ocean Park Hong Kong (Luncheon Keynote)
*Rob Morton, Asia Pacific Site Leader, Disney Institute (Plenary Session)
Date: Dec 4, 2013
Time: 08:00am - 03:15pm
Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong
Grand Ballroom, Level 2
8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong
Media: Open to Media
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* Membership is on an individual basis. Non-members can only attend at non-member price.
* All cancellations must be notified in writing at least two working days prior to the event, or six working days prior to the conference. No-shows will be charged.
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* When Typhoon 8 (or above) or Black Rainstorm Signal is hoisted, all events will be cancelled.