As organisations aspire to grow business rapidly in Asia despite the backdrop of volatilities, uncertainties, complexities and ambiguities (VUCAs) in the region, HR is expected to play an increasingly strategic role. However there is a shortage of in-country HR talent that can step up and take on regional/global leadership roles. The CHRO role itself is undergoing a metamorphosis of sorts, as it becomes more central to organisational success than ever before.
The Human Capital Leadership Institute (HCLI) teamed up with Gallup to conduct a study of 72 business leaders from various sectors across six countries in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). It found five developmental practices instrumental to helping them thrive in the region.
25/Oct/2015 - 30/Oct/2015
The ASEAN Immersion Leaders Programme (AILP) is specially designed for businesses that are looking at growing their footprint in ASEAN.
In March 2015, HCLI, in collaboration with the Singapore Ministry of Manpower, has launched a book titled Human Capital Insights. In conjunction with the book launch, HCLI is organising a 3-part webinar series on Talent Management, Learning & Development, and HR Technology in Asia.