The competition for Asia’s finest talent has never been so aggressive or important.
As HR professionals, you know today’s talent is better connected, more dynamic and more enabled than ever before, meaning you need to constantly evolve your talent management strategies to keep up and remain competitive.
For this reason, Human Resources is proud to announce the return of Talent Management 2014, Asia’s biggest talent management event.
Returning from an incredibly successful launch in 2013, this two-day conference has been carefully structured to help senior HR professionals in the region navigate the rapidly evolving Asian talent landscape, develop visionary leaders and create a workforce that can ultimately deliver your desired business results.
With an already jam-packed agenda, featuring some of the best speakers and panellists we’ve ever had, Talent Management 2014 is an event you cannot afford to miss while constructing your future battle plans.
“The talent landscape has changed dramatically in Asia, with a younger, more dynamic and more diverse workforce than we’ve ever seen before,” said Rebecca Lewis, editor of Human Resources magazine.
“Not only do HR professionals have to work with changing foreign and local workforce considerations, and deal with leadership woes, HR analytics and lower engagement – they also have to develop themselves as bonafide strategic business partners to ensure the company becomes, and remains, an employer of choice.
“This is why we are so excited to bring Talent Management 2014 back. If talent is high on your agenda – and it should be – then this highly valuable event is something you really need to be part of.”
Talent Management 2014 will take place on 17-19 March at the InterContinental Hotel, Singapore.
For more information on the event agenda and speakers, please visit the event website here.
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