Earlier Human Capital Committee Meetings

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March 2016:  The Measure of Man: Unprecedented Changes for HR, Bob Aubrey, Bob Aubrey Associates

January 2016:  2016 Programming Discussion and Networking Session

December 2015-February 2016:  Closed-Door Manpower Roundtable Series (supported by the Human Capital Committee)

November 2015:  The Most Important Decision Your Company Can Make, Lucy Guillen, Gallup

October 2015:  Human Capital Conference with Keynote Speaker by Workforce Development Agency CEO Ng Cher Pong moderated by Wong Su-Yen, Human Capital Leadership Institute; panelists Michael Campbell, Center for Creative Leadership, Laurence Smith, DBS, Natalia Shuman, Kelly Services, Malcolm Kay, Stamford American International School, Tony O’Driscoll, DUKE CE Singapore, Danna Szwed, Citi, Tom Kraabel, Pall Filtration, Stephanie Nash, Redmart, Ashok Kapoor, Stanley Black and Decker, David Barker, ERC Institute (supported by the Human Capital Committee)

October 2015:  Developing the Next Global Leaders in Asia and the Role of Talent Mobility, Sean Collins, Talent Mobility Asia

October 2015:  Foreign Manpower Regulations, Ministry of Manpower officials (supported by the Human Capital Committee)

August 2015:  How LinkedIn has Changed Recruitment, Chris Reed, Black Marketing

July 2015:  Aligning HR and Business Strategies for Powerful Business Performance, Kennth Leow, The People at Work

June 2015:  Paradigm Shift in Health Promotion:  From Awareness to Behavior change, Zee Yoong Kang, CEO, Health Promotion Board

May 215:  Planning for the Future – Improving the Odds of Success for High-Potential Programs, Christos Malliaros, SHL Singapore, and Tasneen Padiath, CEB South East Asia

March 2105:  Understanding the Employment Act and What It Means for You, Susan de Silva, ATMD Bird & Bird

January 2015:  Building a World Class Employer Brand, Kit Foong, Universum


 Tom Kraabel

Tom Kraabel

LeBaark Consulting

Paul Wilt

Paul Wilt

Yale-NUS College

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Human Capital Committee

The Committee aims to keep AmCham members abreast of the current trends and best practices on Human Capital especially related to Leadership Development & Talent Management across Asia Pacific with focus on Singapore and to provide member input to the Singapore government on various Human Capital issues.
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