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Nadiah Tan
Human Resource Director
Experian Global Development Centre (Malaysia)
Malaysia
  • Human Resource Director
    Experian Global Development Centre (Malaysia)
    Malaysia

Nadiah has been in the HR line for more than 20 years with focus on Organizational Development and Change Management.  Her experiences span across both local and multinationals in various industries with local/regional and HQ roles.   A graduate of BA International Relations from the UK (1991), she started her career as a HR trainee.  Her general experience has been to drive the people agenda and primarily anchored upon HR work however her long tenure in the market in diverse multinationals and industries have given her an edge to Change Management in the broader organization’s perspective.

Her expertise lies in driving Change initiatives with focus on Employee Engagement, Leadership and Culture through her intense OD involvement in global companies such as SKF Bearings, Danone, Nestle, British American Tobacco and Microsoft.  Throughout her HR career, she has played an active role in all facets of HR including  Training Needs Analysis, facilitating Assessment Centres both for fresh graduates and mid-career candidates, Mergers and Acquisition, Org. Restructuring, Reduction in Force (RIF),  Leadership Transformation, Succession Planning, Talent Review discussions, Sales Distribution restructuring ,  Union negotiations, Conciliation meeting with Industrial Relations Dept., Design of  Regional Management Trainee program, Coaching & Mentoring, Diversity and Inclusion and her most recent experience prior to joining Experian Malaysia was to set up the HR team for a long haul low cost airline (AirAsia X)  leading to establishing the People Process for IPO.

Her passion has always been in the work around Women and Leadership.  In 2013, together with a group of passionate female leaders, she was appointed by TalentCorp (A government agency) to be one of the 8 Diversity Advocates at the national level.  As an extension of that, she is currently a pioneer member of the CyberJaya Women Network launched and endorsed by the Malaysian Prime Minister with a vision of growing female talent for the IT sector.  She is also instrumental in setting up the CyberJaya HRD network with a common purpose of collaborating within a positive competitive framework.  On the HR front, she has also been recently appointed to be part of a core steering Committee Member for the Malaysian Institute of Human Resource Management (MIHRM).   She is a certified Coach and an NLP Practitioner.

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