08.00 AM
08:00 AM – 08:30 AM
Registration

Welcome Coffee

8.30 AM
8.30 AM – 4:30 PM
10:00 AM
10:00 AM – 10:30 AM
Coffee Break & Networking
01.00 PM
01.00 PM – 02:00 PM
Lunch & Networking
04:30 PM
04:30 PM – 04:45 PM
Coffee Break & Networking
End of Workshop
Masterclass Workshops

Masterclass 1

If Not You, Who? How to Crack the Code of Employee Disengagement
Jill Christensen

Jill Christensen

Author, Employee Engagement Expert
Jill Christensen International, U.S.A

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Masterclass 2

Strengths Based Leadership
Alise Cortez

Alise Cortez, PhD

Professional/Organizational Development Catalyst
Alise Cortez and Associates, U.S.A

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Masterclass 3

Find Your V-O-I-C-E as a Leader
Paul N

Paul N. Larsen MA, CPPC

Author/ Speaker/ Certified Performance Coach
U.S.A

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Masterclass 4

Reinventing the Workplace and Starting with YOU
Kimo Kippen

Kimo Kippen

Vice President of Global Workforce Initiatives
Hilton Worldwide Group, U.S.A

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Masterclass 1

If Not You, Who? How to Crack the Code of Employee Disengagement

Jill Christensen

Author, Employee Engagement ExpertJill Christensen International, U.S.A

Asia HRD Congress 2017 @ Putrajaya, Malaysia

Overview

The most profitable companies in the world have the highest levels of employee engagement, as engaged employees are more productive, more creative, provide better customer service, stay longer, and give you unparalleled discretionary effort. Although we have a lot of compelling data about the benefits of having engaged employees, 87 percent of global workers are disengaged, sleepwalking though their day. And employees in the Asia Pacific region are more downbeat about their jobs than the global average, pointing to uneasy communications with bosses as one major factor.

How do you inspire employees to get off the sidelines and get into the game? Jill Christensen, author of the best-selling book, If Not You, Who? Cracking the Code of Employee Disengagement, has uncovered a four-step strategy to turn your disengaged workforce into a unified high-performing team, resulting in increased profits, customer satisfaction, productivity, and retention. Jill’s strategy has been used by global companies in eight industries, and each company realized a one-year increase in employee engagement between four and 11 points. Per the Gallup organization, a two-point annual increase is statistically significant.

During this interactive workshop, you’ll learn Jill’s four-step strategy and personalize it to your organization. You’ll leave the session with a step-by-step game plan that you can implement immediately to begin re-engaging workers and with inspiration to achieve your employee engagement goals.

Areas Covered in Session
  • Statistics about the global employee disengagement crisis and the benefits of having an engaged workforce.
  • The four leadership skills you need to lead an employee engagement journey.
  • Tactics to engage senior leaders and managers in employee engagement.
  • A proven four-step strategy to re-engage employees that you will personalize to your organization.
  • The step-by-step process to re-engage employees, from gathering data, to creating your strategy, to getting managers aligned, to measuring results.
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Masterclass 2

Strengths Based Leadership

Alise Cortez, PhD

Professional/Organizational Development CatalystAlise Cortez and Associates, U.S.A

Asia HRD Congress 2017 @ Putrajaya, Malaysia

Overview

Thriving in today’s ultra-competitive international marketplace requires leaders to inspire and motivate their teams’ very best high performance to deliver on critical business results. According to the Gallup organization, people who live and work from their strengths are six times as likely to be engaged in their jobs. And working and leading from your own strengths as a leader not only activates vitality and fulfillment, but can also be a platform from which to manage and cultivate talent and career development in individual team members. Leaders who encourage and nurture employees to work from their strengths are often rewarded with strong levels of engagement across the team, a stronger sense of team or esprit de corps, higher levels of performance even through challenging organizational change, and increased commitment to the organization resulting in higher retention rates.

Areas Covered in Session
  • Strengths paradigm
  • Benefits of strengths-anchored leadership
  • How to lead from strengths and support team
  • Implementing strengths across all relationships in life
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Masterclass 3

Find Your V-O-I-C-E as a Leader

Paul N. Larsen MA, CPPC

Author/ Speaker/ Certified Performance CoachU.S.A

Asia HRD Congress 2017 @ Putrajaya, Malaysia

Overview

In today’s dynamic global community, leaders need to be able to effectively blend the “science of management” with the “art of leadership” so that they can lead themselves and their organizations successfully. Finding your unique leadership voice is the difference between becoming a boring and bland bureaucrat or being an innovative and intentional influencer.

Since leadership is a choice… why not choose to create a leadership brand that is strong, enduring and respected?

Areas Covered in Session

In this engaging and interactive full-day session, participants will learn how to create their agile and unique leadership “V-O-I-C-E” by:

  • Discovering their core leadership Values
  • Authoring their Outcomes for a successful vision
  • Exercising their Influence to build trust and credibility
  • Demonstrating their Courage to develop outside their comfort zone
  • Communicating their leadership Expression to create a lasting and positive legacy
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Masterclass 4

Reinventing the Workplace and Starting with YOU

Kimo Kippen

Vice President of Global Workforce Initiatives Hilton Worldwide Group, U.S.A.

Asia HRD Congress 2017 @ Putrajaya, Malaysia

Overview

Changes brought about by technology, culture shifts, politics and the economy force HR professionals to constantly reinvent the workplace so that incumbent and new workers can thrive regardless of outside forces. One way to do that is to learn how individuals can contribute to the whole and create a culture that is agile enough and ready to shift with change. In this workshop Kimo Kippen will share lessons in storytelling that will help the individual HR professional define him or herself and then use those approaches to define the company brand for potential hires and existing workers. Kimo will then take what we learn about storytelling and tell stories of leadership and engagement which will culminate in a case study of Hilton and how it increased engagement levels among its Team Members. Finally, Kimo will bring all of the lessons learned together into a construct that defines our purpose as HR professionals and how we not only serve our business and our employees but also the communities within which we live and work.

Areas Covered in Session
  • Storytelling and its impact on who you are and how others see you
  • The story of your business
  • Engagement: How to change your employees’ commitment to your business
  • Purpose: Making your company a place that starts, develops, and retires professionals who understand the meaning of collaboration, community, and contribution
Session Style
  • Workshop
  • Sharing
  • Presentation
  • Case Study
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