There is an urgent need to relook at the tools and systems that organisations have in place to support the learning and development of their workforce. An overhaul is needed to enable employees to not only survive but thrive in the post-pandemic world. At the other end of the spectrum, employees also have to change needs and aspirations. How do organizations and, more specifically, HR and L&D leaders, balance business needs and development objectives?
People Matters L&D Conference 2022 APAC aims to bring a community of experts and leaders to share their thoughts and expertise on these pressing issues. We hope that through dialogue and discussion, we can evolve new insights and figure out ways to navigate fresh challenges in a world complicated by the pandemic and its after-effects.
Dr. Jennifer TanVice President. Head, Learning Design & Technology. Learning & Development. Group Human Resources, OCBC
Andy MolinskyOrganisational & Cross-Cultural Psychologist, Brandeis
Britt AndreattaCEO, 7th Mind
Ekpedeme "Pamay" M. BasseyChief Learning & Diversity Officer, The Kraft Heinz Company
Brandon CarsonVP - Learning and Leadership Partner, Walmart
Peter AttfieldChief Talent & Learning Officer, Jardine Matheson
Dr. Samson TanHead, Centre for Innovation in Learning, National Institute of Education
Karina CuelloAPAC Future Skills Head APAC Future Skills Head, JLL
Dr. Kevyn YongChief Learning Officer, Singapore Institute of Management
Roy ChewHead of L&OD, GlobalFoundries
Brian PalmerGlobal Head of Reskilling, People Capability, Standard Chartered Bank
Steve BennettsHead of of Employee Experience, Solutions & Strategy, Qualtrics
Christina WongLearning & Organisational Development Lead, APAC, Google
Manavi BavejaGlobal Head - Org Dev, Uber
Raghav GuptaManaging Director, India & APAC, Coursera
Jeanette TanDeputy Director Digital Academy, GovTech Singapore
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