BCCT in cooperation with AustCham is delighted to invite you to join the boardroom briefing on 'The Future of HR - Are you ready?'
The world of work is experiencing an unprecedented rate of change. As a consequence HR professionals are facing new challenges and new opportunities. We know that improving practices in people and organisation development will be central to ensuring that work creates sustainable and shared value for everyone. So what are the key trends that are changing the world of work? How are these impacting HR, and what does this mean for us as HR Teams and HR professionals?
Join us to explore the challenges and opportunities and discover how the CIPD can help you and your organisation with this.
Date: Wednesday 26 April 2017
Time: 6.00 - 8.00 pm
Venue: British Business Centre, BCCT, 7th Floor, 208 Wireless Road (nearest BTS station: Ploenchit exit 5)
Topic: The Future of HR – Are you ready?
Speaker: Emma Jackson, Lead Employer Engagement, CIPD Asia
Cost: THB 400 for members and THB 600 for non-members including finger food & drinks. Cash payment at the door.
Booking can be made here through BCCT
**Please note that for AustCham members who would like to register for the event, please state “AustCham” in the comment box when booking in order to get member rate - THB 400**
Cancellation policy: Reservations not cancelled within 2 business days of the event will be charged and invoiced as will no-shows.
NO NON-MEMBER WALK-INS. Any non-members wishing to attend must book online.
About the speaker:
At the CIPD, Emma works closely with organisations and individuals in Asia to help highlight strengths and areas for improvement and offer solutions to meet these needs.
Her recent work includes helping global organisations define their strategic HR priorities and purpose of their HR function and work on the CIPD professional standards framework. Emma is currently supporting a project in benchmarking competencies to identify strengths and focus investment for HR capability development using digital HR qualifications. She also works on HR and L&D career pathways projects and designing 70:20:10 development strategies supported by a coaching culture.
Emma’s HR experience in Asia and Europe includes working with culturally diverse organisations, performing capability and productivity diagnostics, identifying and addressing skills gaps and leading HR and L&D Teams to overcome their challenges. She has been responsible for global HR and L&D strategy, policy design and implementation particularly in the areas of coaching and mentoring, staff wellbeing and engagement and individual and organisational development. She is passionate about helping individuals and organisations to fulfil their potential through engagement. Her past work was awarded the UK Department of Trade & Industry Regional finalist in recognition of this.