Raphael LokTraining Manager
Canon Hongkong Company Limited
Raphael Lok has spent the bulk of his career in learning, performance, family education, and lifespan development. Apart from his work as a Training Manager in Canon Hong Kong, Raphael pursues his goal of giving back to the HR profession as a voluntary subject matter expert for a credentialing organisation based in the US. His vision is to demonstrate the integration of people development and staff wellbeing with return on investment to all the organisations he has served.
Executive Council Member,
Joyce FongManager, Talent Development
Joyce Fong is an experienced talent management and development professional with over 10 years of experience across multiple industries. She currently supports talent and performance management, learning and development functions for Mattel APAC.
Eliza NgChief People & Culture Officer
Hong Kong Productivity Council
Eliza Ng is currently the Chief People and Culture Officer at Hong Kong Productivity Council. She holds a master’s degree in Human Resources Development and Training with over 28 years all-round HR experience as Senior HR Executive in US Fortune 500 listed company, investment banking, and Hong Kong listed IT company.
|10:40-11:20||Utilising Technology for Talent Development
There were numerous challenges throughout the last two years under COVID-19. On the positive side, the pandemic has actually helped expedite changes and allowed companies to emerge tougher, more resilient and future-ready. Applying technology to make learning more accessible is key. Driving cultural change to embrace agile learning and promote growth mindset requires tireless effort. How can technology be best applied in talent development?
Carmen ChanHead of Learning & Wellness
Gammon Construction Limited
Leading Learning & Development and Wellness & Engagement at Gammon, Carmen Chan was involved in various change initiatives in the last two years under the pandemic. Through technology and innovation, Chan and her team promote an agile learning culture which makes learning more accessible to everyone.
|11:25-12:05||Beyond Classroom．Learning Never Stops@HKJC
In support of employees’ professional development and career advancement, the Hong Kong Jockey Club (HKJC) provides a wide range of training programmes as well as digital learning resources. A considerable effort has been made to ensure that development opportunities remain available throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Many training programmes moved online while the digitalisation of resources was accelerated. Access to training programmes was made easier with the addition of a new in-house designed digital learning tool, the Learning ePassport, which enables employees to access learning programmes at their own pace and convenience and create learning journals to keep track of their progress.
Charmaine LeeExecutive Manager, Learning & Development
The Hong Kong Jockey Club
Charmaine Lee has over 20 years of experience in learning and talent development. Currently she manages The Hong Kong Jockey College which plays a pivotal role in building leadership and diverse capabilities for the Club’s employees. She has formulated a learning and development strategy and implemented a systematic curriculum for leadership development, professional skills development, and accelerated integration for senior leaders and management trainee training.
|12:10-12:50||The Journey from "Pushy" Learning to Self-Learning (Fire-side chat)
At Informa, not only does our Learning Academy provide training, we also act as facilitators and curators of opportunities. Our presence empowers one to exceed their limitations and excel in the organisation. This session will share the Informa journey of how we generate real “Lead” and leverage digitalisation to engage “Audiences” in their learning process. How do we curate opportunities for individual growth that bring actual business returns? Most importantly, how do we instill a peer learning and support culture?.
Joyce HoDirector, HR Operations, Compensations & Benefits
Joyce Ho is currently the HR Director, C&B & HR Operations of Informa Markets, the world's most prominent B2B trade exhibitions organiser. Before her current role in C&B, Ho was the HRBP & Talent Development lead of Informa Markets in Asia. She started the company's first Asia Learning Academy (ALA) in 2018 and applied a blended learning approach to offer learning programmes to colleagues across 12 locations in Asia. Ho has over 15 years of experience in sizable MNCs and listed corporations, including Hang Seng Bank and McDonald's HK. She has a breath of expertise in leading organisations into transformation, talent acquisitions and employer branding projects.
|14:10-14:30||Yoga Express : Sit, Stretch, Strengthen
瑜伽快線 : 安坐、舒展、強化
Practising yoga is not limited to the confines of a studio or a yoga mat! In this yoga express session, we will use a chair as an auxiliary tool to assist our body to stretch and move.
Vivien HuiManaging Director
Essentia Corporate Development Limited
Vivien Hui is a highly regarded facilitator working extensively with a variety of organisations including Fortune 500 companies, local and global enterprises, higher educational institutions, and public bodies. After more than 15 years of successful corporate career in the field of L&D and sales & consulting, Hui founded Essentia, a learning experience consultancy firm and had delivered workshops, coached, and inspired thousands of learners. With a combination of personal and business experience, her approach is authentic and energetic, and she loves to engage with learners and help individuals and teams create energy and recognise their own power.
|14:30-15:10||Corporate Culture: The Key to Enterprise-Wide Success in Building Talent Development Capability
To build a sustainable, motivated and professional workforce in support of rapid business expansion is a challenge for many companies. The success of an organisation depends on an effective talent development strategy as it brings in the necessary skills and suitable expertise to enhance its overall productivity and performance. This session will share how Lee Kum Kee leverages corporate culture as a strategic talent magnet to drive people development, employee engagement, and employer branding.
Derek WuExecutive Vice President – Global Human Resources
Lee Kum Kee International Holdings Limited
Derek Wu is the Global Head of Human Resources and a member of the Global Leadership Team of Lee Kum Kee Sauce Group. He leads the overall human resources strategies and drives HR management excellence in support of the Group’s global expansion, as well as strategies in corporate culture, organisational and people development.
|15:15-15:55||The Skills Crisis – Where Opportunities Lie (Fire-side chat)
Why do skills matter? Amid 2022’s storm of urgent priorities, building a skill-first organisation is critical to staying relevant and competitive. Yet only 10% of HR and business executives say their organisations have a skills database with profiles for all employees.
Organisations that shift to skills-based planning turn the skills crisis into opportunities. They catalyse learning culture and capitalise on emerging trends — especially the convergence of learning, talent acquisition, talent development, and the red-hot rise of internal mobility.
Pearl YungRegional Lead, Learning & Engagement Solutions
Pearl Yung is the lead for LinkedIn's Greater China Learning and Engagement solutions for corporates and enterprises. Yung carries a decade's worth of experience in talent strategy, employee experience & engagement, learning & development, and performance management. She has worked with organisations from all sectors and sizes, including MNCs and tech start-ups across Asia Pacific and the Middle East. Prior to LinkedIn, Yung led the employee experience consulting solutions in Mercer Hong Kong, where she worked with c-suite and senior executives from leading organisations to attract, retain, and motivate talents.
|16:00-16:40||PLAY to Connect
The power of play has never been so relevant in the new hybrid model of work. As a purpose-driven toy company, Mattel has put "play” and “wellness" as two core elements in their overall people strategy, which is exemplified in their learning & development programmes and employee engagement initiatives. Their objective is to empower a culture of growth, optimism, and wellbeing, where every employee can grow their capability, instill a growth mindset, and realise their full potential – both at work and at home, today and in the future.
Tina KoSenior HR Director, APAC
Tina Ko is Senior HR Director of APAC at Mattel leading the people strategy across Asia Pacific to empower a culture of growth, optimism and wellbeing. She oversees organisational development, digital acceleration, cultural transformation and employee experience. In this role, Ko fuels Mattel’s growth in Asia Pacific by fostering a growth mindset culture while building a wellness-centered workplace.
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