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As registration for the HR Leaders Summit builds, its circle of speakers expands with new names from major companies across the region.
Top HR executives from Digi and Ruder Finn Asia are the latest additions to the list of presenters who will exchange insights and ideas with their esteemed peers at the HR Leaders Summit, Asia’s most prestigious event for senior HR executives.
The HR Leaders Summit is an ultra-exclusive, invitation-only conference for senior HR executives to be held at the Renaissance Phuket Resort & Spa on the island of Phuket in southern Thailand on 16-18 May 2016.
“The HR Leaders Summit 2016 will explore the different faces of HR leadership by scrutinising industry data and cases while encouraging free enquiry and expression,” said Aditi Sharma Kalra, regional editor of Human Resources magazine.
“All senior HR delegates will surely take away both technical and inspiring lessons from over 25 topical and relevant sessions focusing on issues for HR leaders.”
The HR Leaders Summit 2016 will explore the most critical challenges, trends and issues circling HR management and human capital strategy. Among the speakers of the event are:
Haroon Bhatti mainly describes himself as a “digital HR, mobile first” enthusiast. As the chief human resources officer at DiGi Telecommunications, Bhatti is equipped with the lessons and skills he developed while holding leadership positions in the past, such as senior vice president of people development at Telenor Asia, chief people officer at Grameenphone.
He also served as consultant for ThinkFast Consulting and Dynamik Technologies. Bhatti holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and Political Science and Master of Arts in Political Science from McGill University.
John Mullins carries more than 20 years of professional experience, with exposure to the international public relations scene, specifically in Australia, Japan, Malaysia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea and Singapore.
His role as the chief development officer for Ruder Finn Asia focuses on human resources, training and development and managing affiliate relationships across the Asia Pacific region. He also works with the regional senior leadership team executing the company’s regional business strategy, which includes fostering key client relationships and new business development.
His expertise in crisis and issues management as well as in media handling skills and crisis preparedness adds uniqueness to his style in leading organisations. Mullins graduated with a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Japanese and International Politics from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia.
Past HR Leaders Summit attendees are top HR managers from large companies such as Abbott Laboratories, American Express, ANZ, Facebook, Citibank, Hershey Company, ING, Manulife, Pepsico, Roche, Rolls-Royce, Sime Darby, Standard Chartered, Swire Pacific, Zalora and many more.
All presenters & panellists, such as Ajit Nambiar, head of compensation – international at Google, are director or vice president level HR professionals with regional responsibility.
To be held at the luxurious Renaissance Phuket Resort & Spa on 16-18 May 2016, the HR Leaders Summit is Asia’s most senior gathering of the HR leaders who set Asia’s human capital agenda. The three-day annual conference is a rare opportunity for top HR leaders to discuss high-level human capital strategy with genuine peers at their level.
Attendance to the HR Leaders Summit is complimentary but limited to 50 heads of HR on an invitation-only basis. To review the topics & agenda, check out the stellar speaker list and request an invitation, visit www.hrleaderssummit.asia or contact Jenilyn Rabino on +65 6423 0329 or email@example.com.
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