Article: Experimentative, experiential & extraordinary: A spectacular line-up of speakers are set to bring the best learnings onstage at EX Indonesia

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Experimentative, experiential & extraordinary: A spectacular line-up of speakers are set to bring the best learnings onstage at EX Indonesia

Understand the need to re-architect employee experience amid tectonic shifts at work from the greatest minds in Indonesia such as Vikram Sinha, Wafa Taftazani, Yussy Santoso, Wiwik Wahyuni and Clarissa Rizky Rosyani, only at People Matters EX Indonesia.
Experimentative, experiential & extraordinary: A spectacular line-up of speakers are set to bring the best learnings onstage at EX Indonesia

The world of work is rapidly changing and employees are at the centre of this change. With differing preferences, needs, concerns and arising expectations, organisations are at a unique position to listen to their employees to truly understand what matters to them. In recent surveys and reports, it has been revealed that employees are indeed looking to work at organisations where there is trust between managers and employees, meaning and purpose to individual’s work, flexible hours to strike work-life balance, collaborative teams, recognition and opportunities to learn and grow. As we look through these lists, there is a common thread that’s emerging to what constitutes employee experience (EX) today. 

Organisations and leaders have the chance to offer excellent employee experience (EX) by taking these needs into consideration at such a crucial time. Yes, this might mean a complete overhaul of the traditional top-down models, but putting the employees first and exploring employee journeys to personalise employee experience can be a  gamer changer to increase productivity, engagement and efficiency as we build the future of work. 

At People Matters EX Indonesia, we have a spectacular line-up of experts, who are the harbingers of the great power shift that can help businesses and leaders to move away from standardised policies to personalised engagements that takes the employee experience to exponential levels. So, join us at one of the largest conferences in Indonesia on November 3 at JW Marriott, Jakarta, where you get a chance to build the new era of employee experience with a human touch. Here are some of the global leaders, who have transformed their organisations in the past, all set to share their insights at the conference: 

Vikram Sinha

The President Director and CEO at Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison, Sinha began his career at Coca Cola India as Marketing Manager and moved up the ranks as he worked in companies such as Star India, Airtel, Ooredoo and Lintasarta. Today, he is known as a turn-around specialist, who can drive top line growth, increase profitability and build teams across different industries and geographies. A telecommunications industry veteran with more than a decade of experience, Sinha joined the growing list of Indian-origin executives who took up top roles in some of the world’s biggest companies in recent years when he became the CEO at Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison. 

Yussy Santoso

The Human Resource Director of Mulia Group, Santoso has held important position in his career from Organisation Development Manager to Human Resources Development Manager, Head Human Resource Development, Human Resources Business Partner and Head Corporate Organisational Development and HR BP. With personal values such as integrity, continuous learning and improvement, respect for partnerships and peers driving his work, he is an HR leader with expertise on integrating HR strategies with operational functions to achieve specific business needs, with a digitalisation approach. 

Wafa Taftazani

The founder and CEO, UpBanx and co-founder and Chairman, VCGamers, Taftazani has worked in some of the most renowned companies that includes MUFG Bank, Grab, CNBC International, Google, Shopee, YouTube, FAZZ Financial Group and RANS Ventures. Educated at Cambridge, he is an award-winning executive, entrepreneur and investor with over 10 years of extensive experience in fields such as technology, digital entertainment, corporate finance, public policy and international relations. Not just that, he is also the shaper of young minds at the University of Indonesia where he is a lecturer. 

Clarissa Rizky Rosyani 

The Head of Organisation and People Development at Ajaib, Rosyani has previously worked in reputed companies such as Citi, Indonesia Stock Exchange, Amartha and Mercer. She is a passionate HR leader, who specialises in people and organisation development, along with performance and talent management. A certified professional coach, her experience ranges from corporates to tech-startups and consulting. 

Wiwik Wahyuni

The Chief Human Resources Officer at Home Credit Indonesia, Wahyuni began her professional journey as Human Resources Supervisor, ICS Group and then worked with DuPont, Monsanto, Lucite International, Campbell Arnotts and Synthesis Group. With over 20 years of experience in organisational transformation, she provides vital support to global, growth-oriented companies. She is an HR leader known for creating programs to attract, integrate, develop and retain talent. Her areas of expertise include labor relations, compensation and benefits administration, organisational development, performance management, coaching, recruiting, international business and public relations.

So, join us to meet these leaders and many more and get a chance to interact with them face-to-face as they share stories about transforming employee experience and the nitty-gritty of taking your business to greater heights at People Matters EX Indonesia, a first-of-its-kind employee experience conference on November 3 at JW Marriott. Learn and take home the best lessons that will help you re-architect the future of work! Register now.

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Topics: Leadership, Employment Landscape, #PMEXConf

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