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Top CEOs to discuss the future of HR

Update: October, 22/2019 - 08:45

 

The 2019 Vietnam HR Awards Forum to be held in HCM City on November 21 will bring together CEOs to discuss strategic human capital insights for the future. — Photo courtesy of Talentnet

HCM CITY — The 2019 Vietnam HR Awards Forum to be held in HCM City next month will bring together CEOs to discuss strategic human capital insights for the future, shedding light on the collaboration between business strategy and people management.

Hosted by Talentnet Corporation and the Lao động và Xã hội (Labour and Social Affairs) newspaper, the forum will include some prominent speakers like Andy Han Suk Jung, CEO of SonKim Land; Đàm Bích Thủy, founding president of Fulbright University Vietnam; Ganesan Ampalavanar, managing director of Nestlé Vietnam; Hương Phạm, general director of Fushan Technology Vietnam; and Melissa Nguyễn, country head of customer solutions, Google Vietnam and Thailand.

Participants will have the opportunity to hear first-hand what top CEOs are doing to future-proof their workforce, unleash the power of human potential and drive business success with a people-matter approach.

The event’s prime focus will also be on the challenges confronting C-suite management, how leaders need to adapt to the fast-changing business landscape and CEOs’ biggest priorities to sustain business growth in an era of constant change.

Some of the topics that will be discussed are C-vision board: The new rulebook for people development; The biggest challenge of going digital: Our workforce; High-tech and high-touch in leadership; and The forward-thinking approach to human capital strategy.

According to the organisers, the shifting expectations of the current and future workforces are quickly reshaping how organisations operate, and business leaders, HR practitioners and even CEOs are now required to lead workforce changes within the business.

The 2019 Vietnam HR Awards Forum will be held on November 21 at GEM Centre in District 1. — VNS

 

 

 

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