Welcome to Talent Management Asia 2017, Singapore, Asia’s biggest and most respected conference on talent management and human capital strategy! Today's conference will see speakers from DHL,  Mondelēz International AMEA, DDI, Right Management and more sharing their insights into some of the biggest challenges through keynote presentations, panel discussions and interactive roundtables.

On this page, you can catch live updates from the conference, brought to you straight from Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore – from all the tweets on #TMA2017 to the top advice dished out by our speakers, and photos through the day. Live feed: http://bit.ly/TMASG2017

#TMA2017 Tweets


Those sessions bring us to the end of Talent Management Asia 2017, Malaysia. Hope all of you had a great time and managed to bring home a few key takeaways from the conference. Thank you once again to all our speakers, delegates and sponsors, and we do hope to see you again next year. Updates: http://bit.ly/TMASG2017


Ending the conference with a panel discussion, we have Sonia Fernandes, CTO, APAC, MediaCom; Subhajit Mitra, director, human resources, UTC, Southeast Asia and Australia; and Charlton Ong, VP HR, group enterprise, Singtel on stage. Moderated by Pauline Chua, GM, human capital and corporate social responsibility, Fuji Xerox Singapore; let's hear what these leaders have to share on creating a competitive advantage for your organisation in today's market.
TMA SG 2017 Day 2 Last Panel


In a world that's ever-changing, it's important to stay relevant to today's demands. Subhajit Mitra, director, human resources, UTC, Southeast Asia and Australia now takes the stage with his presentation on building your organisation's capacity through leadership development. Find out what you need to look out for when spotting high potential within your team.
TMA SG 2017 Subhajit


While delegates go for our last coffee and networking break, don't forget to visit the booths of our exhibitors Savills and Sonru.
TMA SG 2017 Sonru and Savills


Last but not the least, Sei Yi Goh, director, talent management and development of Singtel is up next on the accelerator series at Talent Management Asia 2017.

TMA SG 2017 Sei Yi Goh


Next up on the acceleration series is Eng Sheng Yeo, regional HR director from Gemalto
TMA SG 2017 Gemalto


Next, the acceleration series from the winners of #HREA2016 - Starting with Janet Low, head of HR from DHL.
TMA SG 2017 Janet Day 2


Following the hearty lunch, delegates are welcomed back with a keynote presentation by John Garrido, Asia regional director, Virgin Pulse. Today, he reveals the ten reasons why your health and wellbeing strategy is failing. Also, he will share how to create an irresistable employee experience that appeals to the toughest audience.
TMA SG 2017 John


Delegates take a lunch break, and thank our event partners - Center for Creative Leadership and KellyOCG
TMA SG 2017 Lunch break


Before we head for a lunch break, it's time for a panel discussion on sucessfully tying your talent strategy to business outcomes. Moderated by Karina Cuello, director, L&D, APAC at JLL; the panel of speakers include Ken Hoskin, head of APAC talent, Airbnb; Arturo Poire, vice-president and head of human resources, Ericsson, North East Asia; Shalini Bhateja, talent and development director, APAC, Coca-Cola Singapore, The Coca-Cola Company; and Bala Subramaniam, head of HR, South Asia and Pacific, Twitter.
TMA SG 2017 Panel Discussion 1


Now, Arturo Poire, VP and head of human resources, Ericsson, North East Asia takes the stage with his presentation on developing and maintaining high potentials withing your organisation. Today, he shares with the delegates how to carefully asses and select high potential candidates; amongst other pointers.
TMA SG 2017 Arturo


As we take a quick break, we'd like to thank silver sponsors - iTalent and People Potential.
TMA SG 2017 silver sponsors


Touching on the topic of developing a high performance culture, Alex Butt, managing partner, Glides Consulting Partners will be sharing the breakthrough strategy on using culture to accelerate changes in your organisation. As he says, "change the culture, change the game."
TMA SG 2017 Alex Butt


Next, we have Caleb Baker, managing director, APAC and emerging markets, Alexander Mann Solutions with his presentation on innovation in recruitment. Today, he will reveal the career website of the future as he shares his observations of future workforce trends; and the experimentation as well as idea from industry thought leaders.
TMA SG 2017 Caleb


Kickstarting the conference, Ken Hoskin, head of APAC talent, Airbnb is on stage now with his presentation on employee value propostion. Today, he speaks more on developing an employee-centric work experience and creating a culture that supports high performance and employee engagement.
TMA SG 2017 Ken Hoskin


Regional editor, Human Resources magazine, Aditi Sharma Kalra takes the stage to welcome all delegates, sponsors, and speakers to day two of Talent Management Asia 2017.
TMA SG 2017 Day 2 Aditi


Welcome to day two of Talent Management Asia 2017, Singapore, Asia’s biggest and most respected conference on talent management and human capital strategy! Today's conference will see speakers from Airbnb, Ericsson, Twitter, and more sharing their insights into some of the biggest challenges through keynote presentations, panel discussions and interactive roundtables.
 
On this page, you can catch live updates from the conference, brought to you straight from Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore – from all the tweets on #TMA2017 to the top advice dished out by our speakers, and photos through the day. Live feed: http://bit.ly/TMASG2017


As day one of Talent Management Asia 2017, Malaysia comes to an end, we thank all sponsors, speakers and delegates for joining us. Hope all of you had a great time and managed to bring home a few key takeaways from today's conference. Join us tomorrow for more insights. Updates: http://bit.ly/TMASG2017


Now, learn more on how to modify your talent strategy alongside changes within the organisation with a panel discussion on predictive analysis. Moderated by Jennifer Rogers, L&D leader and principal consultant at DuPont Sustainable Solutions, Singapore, speakers include: Eric Wong, head of talen acquisition, APAC, Fitbit; Victor Phang, regional general manager, iTalent; Stephan Brown, HRD director, APAC, Rolls-Royce; and Peter Wood, VP talent management, global HR, Schneider Electric.
TMA SG 2017 Panel 3


Moving on to building a smarter workforce, Ritish Reddy, SVP, capability solutions at KNOLSKAPE is up next with his presentation on using innovative new-age platforms for the digital learning experience. Today he will be sharing success stories from gamification and mobile-powered traiing and development.
TMA SG 2017 Ritish


It's time for a quick coffee break. Let's thank our gold sponsors, Right Management and Virgin Pulse.
TMA SG 2017 third break


Now, the stage welcomes Bridget Beattie, group executive VP, Asia Pacific, Middle Eastern region from Right Management for her presentation on why traditional leaderships models have failed and why the P3 (people, purpose, performance) model is critical in today's business environment.
 TMA SG 2016 Bridget


Moderated by Terry Netto, CEO, People Potential; the next panel discussion will see Leesa Rawlings, talent engagement lead, APAC, Diageo; Ilja Rijnen, regional HR director, Asia Pacific and India, Edrington; Anjali Parmar, firm-wide talent development manager, Asia, Gensler; and Rachael Pogson, VP, global talent acquisition and HR central, Seagate; on how to maintain balance between internal development and external hiring.
TMA SG 2017 Panel Discussion 2


Welcoming delegates back after lunch is Erwin Lennertz, senior consultant, DDI with his presentation on performance management. Find out more on the alternative methods of performance assessments as we unravel if performance management is truly needed.
TMA SG 2017 Erwin


Delegates take a lunch break, we'd like to thank gold sponsors Ramco and KNOLSKAPE.
TMA SG 2017 Lunch Break


Time for a panel disccusion on the agile model of HR - how do you stay relevant with the changing times? Moderated by Adrian Furnham, author and professor of psychology, University College London; the panel is joined by Hari Menon, vice-president, HR, APAC at Alstom Transport; Samuel Obin, change management and transformation, AMEA, Mondelez International AMEA; Teck Kiat Lim, director, HR policy, public service division, Prime Minister's Office; and Arthur Lam, POD lead, APAC, Syngenta.
TMA SG 2017 Panel Discussion


Moving on to the next session on high impact talent management, we have Samuel Obin, change management and transformation, AMEA, Mondelēz International AMEA on stage with his presentation on how HR can be an effective change agent to accomplish your business plan and objective. Today, he will speak more on measuring business impact and workforce productivity during and after implmentation.
TMA SG 2017 Samuel Obin


As we take a break, we'd like to thank Talent Management Asia 2017 gold sponsors:
Alexander Mann Solutions, DDI, and Glides Consulting Partners.
TMA SG 2017: Gold Sponsors


Next up, we have DHL's Alfred Goh, divisional president and Janet Low, head of HR on the company's perspective on integrated talent management. Learn how to communicate your message clearly from top-down and the role of top management in managing people.

TMA SG 2017 Alfred Goh


Adrian Furnham, author and professor of psychology at University College London kickstarts the conference with his expertise on successfully embedding your talent management strategy with a business strategic plan. He will also share his tips on ensuring your leadership team stays thoroughly committed.

TMA SG 2017 Adrian Furnham


 

The registration counter is open and our team is all set to welcome today's delegates at #TMA2017. Live feed: http://bit.ly/TMASG2017

TMA SG 2017 Registration


To inaugurate day one of Talent Management Asia, regional editor of Human Resources magazine, Aditi Sharma Kalra takes the stage to welcome all delegates, sponsors and speakers.

TMA SG 2017 Aditi