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HR Directors Summit Shanghai
14 – 15 May 2019 Shanghai, China More info

2016 event

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On 19 – 20 April 2016, HR Directors Summit was successfully held in Shanghai Twelve at Hengshan Hotel.

On 19 April, more than 50 delegates were invited to participate in the training of the Human Energy Management. On 20 April, delegates representing big industry players together with media from home and abroad joined this grand summit to talk with the 13 speakers from Hays, Pirelli Tyre, TNT Great China, Supor, Kantar Worldpanel Asia and Great Place to Work etc. shared their unique understanding of Human Resource and held thought-provoking discussions on the current issue of talent market.

C J Ng, Executive Director of Directions Consulting gave the opening speech and hosted the event.

Simon Lance, Managing Director of Hays China shared his viewpoint on the gender diversity and best practice of gender diversity at China.

Linda Fang, Asia Learning & Development Head of RR Donnelley made analysis on today’s Career Frameworks in global and asis pacific organisations and led attendees to think about the challenge of future career.

Ziyi Ding, Deputy General Manager of CIIC Guanationg (Shanghai) Co Ltd introduced a new way of how to design and execute flexible benefits from a financial perispective.

Qiu Yingfeng, CHO Great China of Supor Group, Willie Ye, Former Human Resources Administration & Communication Director of Arkema Group Great China and Shirley Xu, HR Director of Heraeus Kulzer Dental together engaged in the panel discussion of “To localise or not to localise, which is more beneficial to retention?”.

Rudy Morandin, HR Director ASIA Pacific of Pirelli Tyre clarified how to improve employee engagement through training.

Anne Marie, Digital and Media China Head of PSD emphasized the importance of diversified thought.

Rahul Chawla, Consulting Director of Aon Hewitt delivered his speech on “Employee Engagement in the Age of Disruption”.

Rahul Chawla, Imma Bardes, Regional HR Director Asia of Kantar Worldpanel Asia, Anne Marie and Rudy Morandin participated in a thought-provoking discussions on “How do you ‘crack the code’ for employee engagement within your organisations”.

Imma Bardes and Jose Carlos Bezanilla, CEO of Great Place to Work Great China shared their opinion on how to drive employee engagement.

Tracy Liang, HR Director of TNT Great China shared her speech on “Talent pipeline and first line leadership development”.

We sincerely thank you for supporting this summit and a special thanks to our contributing sponsor – CIIC Guanationg (Shanghai) CO Ltd. We will continue to organise high-quality summits with your support!