Changing Trends in Human Resources Talk cum Networking Event
Singapore Business Advisors and Consultants Council warmly invites companies to an afternoon of industry insights and networking.
As Singapore is gearing towards a lean workforce with a strong Singaporean core, let us also consider the changing trends in the management of our human capital. How do we attract the best talents, what strategies should we adopt in a tight labour market, how do we deal with the issues of matured PMEs and the millennial workforce (sometimes in the same workplace), etc.
Come join us for an afternoon to listen to the sharing from Ms Elizabeth Chan, a certified Practising Management Consultant (PMC) from Singapore Business Advisors and Consultants Council (SBACC). Elizabeth will be sharing insights on human resources that would benefit you in your human resources planning for 2016.
Changing Trends in Human Resources
Every successful organization understands that its human capital is a vital resource for forging ahead amidst aggressive competition. However, effectively managing, nurturing and developing this resource has always been a challenge, even for experienced managers. Key HR challenges faced by organizations today include:
1. managing knowledge and building a sustainable workforce given a trend of high labour turnover,
2. managing the changing design of work to keep up with trends (such as automation),
3. balancing the needs of employees while maintaining the viability of the organization and the productivity of the workforce,
4. tracking both qualitative and quantitative results
Outline of Talk:
1. Critical HR challenges faced in organisations
2. Latest trends in HR practices
3. Importance of adopting a holistic competency HR framework that will enable organizations to be future-ready
4. What is Competency, types of Competencies & the 5 Dimensions of Competencies
5. Competency & Career Pathing Framework and how they are integrated with different Human Resource functions
6. The advantages of using a Competency-Based Human Capital Management System
This seminar provides organizations with valuable information on how to overcome the above-mentioned challenges and manage its human capital effectively through development and implementation of a Competency HR Framework. The Framework can be used for effective manpower planning; hiring the right people; managing performance to achieve standards and productivity; analysing and determining training needs accurately; managing and developing employees and talents for career progression and succession; retaining knowledge and skills within the organization; as well as motivating and retaining employees.
Closing date for registration: 22 Jan 2016
PMC Ms Elizabeth Chan is the Founder & CEO of Center For Competency-Based Learning & Development and is a Master Trainer for the WSQ Advanced Certificate in Training & Assessment
With more than 30 years of experience in human resource management & development, and training & consultancy, Elizabeth has, since 2000, developed industry competency maps and standards for various industries under the National Skills Recognition System (NSRS) for SPRING Singapore and the Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) Framework for the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA).
In recent years, Elizabeth started a HR consultancy arm to offer Competency HR training and consultancy services to organizations to champion the change in HR practices and offer solutions to overcome critical challenges faced by organizations in management of human capital.
SBACC is an independent, not- for- profit certification body for professional management consultants. Our pool of Practising Management Consultants (PMCs) are assessed and certified based on a set of stringent criteria. The PMC designation is therefore a mark of quality assurance, ensuring credibility and competency. The PMC Scheme is endorsed by government agencies such as SPRING S’pore, IE Singapore, Workforce Development Agency (WDA), Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) and others.
|Title of Talk||Changing Trend of Human Resources|
|Date||29 Jan 2016|
|Venue||2 Bukit Merah Central, Singapore 159835|
|230pm to 345pm||Seminar|
|345pm to 415pm||Question and Answer|
|415pm to 5pm||Networking and Refreshment|