Need to invest in corporate L&D never been higher
Global Learning Summit’s 9th year flagship event runs this March
Singapore | According to the 2015 Global Human Capital Trends report published by Deloitte, the importance of learning has increased three-times fold over the previous year, making a whopping leap from 9 percent to 28 percent. It has also been said that HR organisations and HR skills are not up to par to business demands, making developing human resources (HR) an alarming issue.
A new curriculum for a critical new breed of Talent Advisors
In its ninth year, the Global Learning Summit, Salvo Global’s flagship event is back to discuss the latest industry trends and practices that can help organisations in their business endeavors.
Held from 7 – 9 March 2016 in Singapore, the event this year focuses on :-
- optimising learning return of investment;
- developing and managing leaders and talents across generations for sustainable growth;
- improving learning management systems; and
- building sustainable leaning cultures.
Human Resources Talent Learning and Development professionals from C-level officers to vice presidents, directors, and managers from all kinds of industries are all highly encouraged and expected to participate in this year’s Global Learning Summit.
Keynote speakers include :-
- David Vance, Executive Director of Center for Talent Reporting USA and Founder of Caterpillar University;
- Betty Lau, the Global Learning Director of Unilever;
- Susan Chen, HR Director & Regional HR Business Partner of VISA Worldwide; and
- Gaurav Sharma, HR Director of Coca-Cola.
Ng Ying Yuan, Director of HR & Organisational Development of the Economic Development Board of Singapore, and Lau Ying Cheng, HR Head of the Infocommunications Development Authority of Singapore will also be presenting at the summit.
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