How this Malaysian CE led his organisation out of one of the worst job crises in the country
Since assuming the role of HRD Corp's Chief Executive in 2020, Datuk Shahul Dawood has seen a greater focus on digital transformation, increased support in upskilling, and more.
Winning Secrets: Pacific Cross Insurance's 3-year journey from a silo mentality to one that embraces unity
"Communication is critical to ensuring that we reach out to all, leaving no one behind, in terms of the development, security, and safety needs of our people," Wolfgang Droste, Pacific Cross Group CEO, affirms.
Why a changemaking culture is key in motivating and empowering employees
In our rapidly changing world, employee skills — such as intrapreneurship, agility, empathy, and collaborative leadership — are fundamental to an institution’s ability to grow into the future, writes Kelly Tay, Head of Talent & Learning, ROPU ASEAN, Korea, ANZ, Boehringer Ingelheim.
Winners of the 2022 HR Vendors of the Year Awards, Singapore
The introduction of two categories this year, Local Hero and Leader of the Year, saw Aslant Legal, and Derrick Teo of Elitez Group of Companies take home golds for them respectively.
Winning Secrets: The 3Cs of Reed Elsevier Philippines' employee value proposition
As part of this, the HR team involves employees and other stakeholders in co-creating change – which also gives them a renewed sense of ownership, shares Mary Rose "Seset" Lopez, HR Director and Manila Site Lead, Reed Elsevier Philippines.
Snapshot: The importance of EQ and effective communication to Digi's Acting CHRO, Lydia Low
Having grown from an HR expert to an expert manager, to a people manager, and now as a people/organisation leader, Lydia Low, Acting CHRO, Digi Telecommunications, shares her experience.
Q&A with Loganathan B., CHRO, HABIB Group: Growing (up), not growing old
In conversation with Lester Tan, Loganathan B., Chief Human Resources Officer, HABIB Group, talks about meeting the needs and expectations of a multigenerational workforce.
CHROs in Malaysia band together to accelerate the development of CHRO successors
The cohort for the current programme has come into place as of July 2022, and comprises more than 30 HR professionals who have been identified as protégés.
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