43rd HR SYMPOSIUM
Gaining Regional Best Practice-Talent Management
Tuesday 27th September 2016 | 09:00AM-4:30PM | SUNWAY Hotel
Formulating a holistic approach to local talent management is challenging in today’s complex business environment. A number of external forces are working together to create a real need for organizations to strengthen their talent pool. The organization has to guide individuals on how to build capabilities, facilitate self-directed learning and provide curated, credible knowledge sources to meet the fast-changing needs. Having this important role for our HR community, CAMFEBA would like to invite all HR practitioner to attend our 43rd HR Symposium.
|Common Issues Faced by HR|
|10:50-12:30||Disrupting Workplace:Global Scenario|
|Definition of Talent Management|
|Why Talent Management?|
|Mindset and Roles in Talent Sustainability|
|Traditional vs Futuristic Talent Management|
|1:30-3:00||Best Practices for Effective Talent Management
|3:20-4:20||Key to Talent Sustainability|
|Reflection and Knowledge Sharing|
|04:20-04:30||Wrap Up and Closing|
|+ Once the registration is made, a seat is booked for you. No refund is permissible.|
|+ Cancellation is accepted at no charge if it is made before 26th Sept 2016.|
|+ Waive 5$ if the payment is made @ the registration desk.|
|+ The discussion will be in English !|
|+ $50 / person for members of CAMFEBA|
|+ $65 / person for non-CAMFEBA members|
|+ The fee includes refreshment, lunch and materials.|
|RSVP: Ms. Khan Sopheany|
|089 560 881 / 012 634 055|
Mr. Thadpol Prabsaenpai
| EDUCATION AND SKILLS
MSc - Human Resource and Organization Development, National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA) Certified Trainer of MTP (Management Training Program), HIDA, Japan Thadpol holds a Master’s Degree in Human Resource and Organisation Development.
He is also a certified trainer of Emergenetics, a psychometric assessment tool, which he effectively puts to good use in helping people realise their potential. He currently works as a Talent Development and Culture Manager, notably instrumental in driving the people performance. He works through improving internal operation processes and developing employees. Throughout his career, he has worked with globally-recognised hotel companies e.g., IHG, Shangri-La and Starwood where he thrived on the challenges of applying a competency model to develop talents at all levels. He has a strong passion in helping people take their strengths to new heights by using a systematic development approach. Thadpol gains an insight on the subject from several development programs that he has managed and is keen to share his personal experience with a large audience.
Ms. Lilibeth Vargas Villania
| Her HR experience dates back to over 30 years ago. Though she started to informally handle HR initiatives as Training Facilitator, she developed and advanced her HR skills when she became the head of several Non-Government Organizations in the Philippines. She continued to get involved in staff development and honed her HR proficiency when she moved to Cambodia 9 years ago.
She was with NagaWorld’s Group HR Department for 3 years. Having learned much from her mentor, she pursued part time HR consulting and part time teaching.
Currently, she is the HR Manager of Sciaroni and Associates for four (4) years now and a part time Lecturer at Limkokwing University of Creative Technology, Cambodia campus.
She finished Bachelor of Science in Human Ecology Major in Social Technology at the University of the Philippines, Los Baños Campus.