Singapore Human Capital Summit 2017

Singapore Human Capital Summit

Leading in a Fractured World
Executive Summary

Navigating your organisation through today's turbulent times is challenging, even for the most accomplished leaders. That’s what makes the Singapore Human Capital Summit (SHCS) so valuable to company leaders like you. Aside from solutions to help you lead in a disrupted world, here are some other key benefits of registering:

Networking opportunities:
Connect with other business heads and HR leaders.

Turn theory into practice: 
Transform advice into actionable goals with facilitated sessions and curated learning experiences.

Direct insights from experts: 
A stellar line-up of world-class speakers and facilitators.

Programme Details

Asia Pacific’s premier human capital and leadership conference, the Singapore Human Capital Summit (SHCS), returns for its eight year. Featuring an exceptional line-up of more than 25 world-class speakers sharing strategic perspectives and unparalleled insights into the latest people management and leadership development practices. Uncover what it takes to convert Asia’s human capital into business success.

Attendees Included

Business Leaders and HR Leaders

When & Where
Date
20-21 Sep 2017
Length
2 days
Speakers Included
Daniel Pink
Daniel Pink

Best-Selling Author of To Sell Is Human: The Surprising Truth About Motivating Others

 

Fons Tompenaars
Fons Trompenaars

Author and Thought Leader, Trompenaars Hampden-Turner Consulting

Harish Manwani
Harish Manwani

Global Executive Advisor Blackstone; Former Chief Operating Officer at Unilever

"This is a wonderful opportunity to work with and learn from a community of people who really care about human capital. Most of the organisations here are recognising that leaders really are a very important aspect of the growth opportunity."

Tony O'Driscoll, DukeCE
Singapore Human Capital Summit, 2015

"I would like to thank HCLI to create a platform in Singapore to talk about human capital matters...What I like most is the mix and the depth of the speakers so far, whether from corporate, whether from academics, from the government, so that is highly insightful to have a holistic approach to human capital."

Carole Le Meur, CHRO, Barry Callebut
Singapore Human Capital Summit, 2015

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