Welcome to Training & Development Asia 2017, Malaysia, the second edition of this L&D conference hosted this year at The Westin Kuala Lumpur. On this page, you can follow live highlights from the two-day conference. The most recent updates will appear first:
With that presentation, we come to the end of Training & Development Asia 2017, Malaysia. We would like to thank all sponsors who have made this conference possible through their generous support:
- D Jungle People
- Prasetiya Mulya Executive Learning Institute
- Thunderbird School of Global Management
- Center for Creative Leadership (CCL)
- Melbourne Business School
Co-organiser: Malaysian Institute of Human Resource Management (MIHRM)
All our media and association partners
The second quick-fire case study is being presented by Devanandan Palmer Batumalai, the vice-president of HR and head of talent and learning at Bangkok Bank. He has held leadership roles in learning and talent in several companies since 2009, namely in the banking, ICT and FMCG industries.
His passion lies in the implementation of initiatives in the area of leadership development, and in this session, he shares how Bangkok Bank has created leadership development programmes. Read the full case study here
In the first of the Accelerator series, we have a quick-fire case study on developing and engaging talent with Domino’s seven “pride” values. Rayyan Irwan is the operations training manager for L&D at Domino’s Pizza Malaysia and Singapore, partnering with front line staff and senior executives to sharpen their skills.
In sharing the seven values, Irwan takes an example: "If one of our riders is living the pride values, where they continually attend training and develop their communication skills, let's say, then the manager has a certificate to thank the employee for demonstrating the pride values."
He adds: "Every month in the management meeting, we display these - which creates a sense of recognition as well as competition. It also creates awareness on what the ride values are about."