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Up the ranks: Christopher Lim Say Tiong takes up new role at DKSH Thailand



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Market expansion services provider DKSH Thailand has promoted Christopher Lim Say Tiong to the role of Director, Global People & Organisation Partnering, Consumer Goods, currently based in Thailand.

This current role supports the Consumer Goods leaders in Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Myanmar, Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore and Indonesia.

Speaking to Human Resources on the priority for this role, he said: “As an integral member of the Consumer Goods leadership team, my new role is to be the primary people & Organisation (P&O) Business Partner to the Head, Business Consumer Goods.

“My priority is to work closely with business leaders in the region to drive strategic P&O initiatives on all talent-related matters, including leadership development, to meet the function’s business objectives.”

He has been with DKSH since 2013 (previously in Singapore), and his most recent role was as General Manager, People & Organisation Partnering, Consumer Goods, Healthcare & Supply Chain Management.

Lim brings to this role 17 years of extensive experience across the full spectrum of HR in an MNC environment, including regional exposure in Asian countries. His industry-specific experience includes real estate, construction, fund management, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, retail, and FMCG.

Apart from his core experience in HR business partnering, compensation & benefits, and talent management, he has also undergone major HR transformation with Lend Lease and DKSH, where he is credited with leading strong execution and rolling out global HR changes.

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