Date/Time: 9:30am-12:00pm, June 6 Wednesday, 2018
Venue: AmCham Shanghai Suzhou Center, Room 803A Nanjing Bank Building, SIP
Free of charge
This event opens for in-house practitioners in HR management, general managers
AmCham Shanghai Suzhou Center invites you to join the Suzhou HR Management Forum on June 6 Wednesday, 2018. This time, Suzhou Center takes an initiative to stream the HR Conference from Shanghai to the Suzhou Office with the theme of NEXT PRACTICES in HR.
Driving business performance through talent performance: The world is changing due to disruption of entire industries and globalization. This creates uncertainty for businesses and their people. During the conference we'll explore how HR can become a partner in future-proofing their business by evolving your human capital strategies for long-term success. During the 2 hours-time, we will watch the discussion in the following panels
9:30 Opening Keynote: Tony Lin, SOMOCL
10:00 Panel I – View from the Top: HR's Future Role
In today's changing world leaders are increasingly looking to better understand their investment in talent. This creates a unique opportunity for talent and HR professional to pivot from administrative roles to business advisors who are now helping leaders to build and engage a workforce for the future. This future workforce can invite new skills and mindsets as well as leveraging technology and automation to drive efficiencies. CEOs and leaders have long recognized that diversity of thought can differentiate their business but only when the leaders are inclusive to allow differences to flourish will the benefits be fully realized in terms of innovations and revenue. Hear from organizations who have already started to make changes in preparation for the future of work.
Moderator: Janet Mi
Michael Bi, Managing Partner, EY
Brian Brickhouse, President, Eaton
10:45 Tea Break
11:15 Panel II – Developing Local Talent for Global Leadership
As the world and businesses become more globally connected we hope to see more cultural diversity in the top levels of global organizations. Global leadership teams that reflect their whole market in terms of clients, customers and talent will ultimately be able to add value by better connecting with these groups. Learn from organizations that have taken steps to prepare their local talent for global roles and how they've navigated cultural differences.
Moderator: Jessica Zhang
Panelists from: Bayer, IBM, GSK