Total Rewards Asia Summit 2024 Singapore
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Encouraging effective learning and development

Building a pipeline of homegrown talent is of paramount importance for organisational growth in an increasingly competitive business landscape.

And if you're able to leverage on current L&D trends to engage employees and maximise your return on investment, you will be able the lay the groundwork for a successful L&D programme.

Employee Effectiveness 2014, is a two-day conference produced by Human Resources magazine, which is dedicated to helping HR leaders map out the latest changes within the L&D space and determine key strategies for an increasingly globalised workforce.

"An event like this provides a much-needed opportunity for local HR heads to not only network, benchmark and learn from proven innovative L&D strategies at other organisations, but also to discuss together how to build best-in-class learning programmes and leadership initiatives," says Rebecca Lewis, editor of Human Resources.

"The changing workforce in Singapore - and across the region - means it's more important than ever to plan learning strategies with effective long-term capabilities."

The first topic on the opening day of the conference will focus on mapping out the latest L&D trends, including reviewing key Asian perspectives on L&D, how to maximise returns on locally available training grants and determining key training opportunities for Singapore's changing workforce.

For more information about this, please view the event agenda here.

For more information on speakers, how to register and sponsor opportunities, please go to our website

Employee Effectiveness 2014 will be held from 18-19 June at PARKROYAL on Beach Road Hotel in Singapore.

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