M016 2-Day Master Class on Transforming your Organisation with Strategic HR
Workshop - 2 Days
28 & 29 September 2017 YANGON
Thu & Fri
Trainer: Lu Cheng Yang
Human Resources (HR) is about gathering individual capabilities, growing organization capacity and building a culture that will sustain the company’s ability to deliver results. But how could a CEO influence and set the right strategies for HR to make all these happen?
How do you aggressively brand your company, create recruitment schemes or pioneer qualitative processes in this age of social media and multi-facet competition for talent?
Do you have a professional development system, full career package and performance management framework to grow, continual train and motivate the talent in your company?
Is your organisation structured for transformation to beat the upheavals and developments in the market? Are talented individuals identified, groomed and deployed to maximise their potential and the company results desired?
Join us for 2-Day Master Class to discover how “other companies” leverage on Strategic HR to transform their operations and achieve desired results.
This 2-Day Strategic HR Workshop is designed to provide an introduction on how Strategic HR could transform your organisation and achieve desired results. It starts with where the organisation is currently and take systemic steps to analyse the right strategies to attract, retain and groom employees for sustainable growth in the company.
This is an applied learning workshop where you will be applying the Strategic HR to your organisation, an environment you know best and start your company on the road to distinction.
At the end of the course, you will have a good idea of how Strategic HR can help to sieve out the gaps and the possible measures you could adopt for your organisation to move ahead. Better still, you will break away from your competition as you work to implement these initiatives to achieve results.
In just 2 days, you will ...
Learn about the Strategic HR cycle
Learn how your company could win the “hearts and minds” of future employees.
Learn how you could help all your employees to be maximise their potential.
Learn about retaining and grooming your next generation of leaders
Understand how Strategic HR helped Singapore's Ministry of Education become the top performing school system world-wide, laid the foundation for the Immigration Department to win the Singapore Quality Award, developed people-centric policies in the Singapore Army and many more!
Apply and map out the Strategic HR for your organisation
1: Understand the Strategic HR and your company
[if !supportLists]· [endif]Interpreting your current Products, Markets, Customers situations in relation to HR
[if !supportLists]· [endif]Identifying key gaps in skills, capabilities and culture desired
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2: Understanding the Strategic HR cycle
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[if !supportLists]· [endif]Identifying “easy” start points and influences
3: How to win the “hearts and minds” of future employees
[if !supportLists]· [endif]Assessing the needs of current and future employees
[if !supportLists]· [endif]Distilling the major implications and responses
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4: How to keep your employees happy and engaged
[if !supportLists]· [endif]Analysing the key achievement we want from our employees and vice versa
[if !supportLists]· [endif]Developing a win-win strategy for growth
5: Learn how you could help all your employees to be maximise their potential.
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[if !supportLists]· [endif]Who are going to be there in the future?
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6: Developing a Strategic HR plan on how to get there
[if !supportLists]· [endif]Identifying and prioritising critical strategic HR Issues
[if !supportLists]· [endif]Building Action and Resource Plans
[if !supportLists]· [endif]Monitoring implementation
Once you have registered for the workshop, you will be sent an assessment on “Strategic HR and My Organisation”.
Two weeks before the workshop, we will get you thinking by sending you an input survey of strategic questions about HR and the business you are in.
During the 2-DAY Workshop, you will be introduced to key concepts followed by breakout sessions where you will apply the concepts to your organisation using the templates provided.
You will also be given a workbook for your “HR thoughts” using the same templates in the breakout sessions.
There will be group reviews for participants to challenge each other’s thinking.
Who Should Attend
C-level executives, HR Directors, HR managers, senior management, department heads and entrepreneurs.
USD700 per pax for this 2-Day Master Class
First 10 to sign up will get a free copy of “Adaptive Leadership---the Selection, Grooming and Renewal of the CPC in the 21st Century”.
The course fees includes 2 tea-breaks and 1 buffet lunch per day at the Sule Shangri-la Hotel, Yangon
Meet the Trainer
Lu Cheng Yang is an HR consultant with 28 years of experience. At Singapore Ministry of Education (MOE)---one of the world’s best-performing school systems, he conceptualised recruitment schemes, built organizational capacity and re-organised structures and processes for achieving sustained results.
When Cheng Yang was the Controller of Immigration (COI) from 1995 to 2001, he focused on Strategic HR as the department built IT systems and new checkpoints such as Woodlands and Tuas. The HR and training system of immigration officers were transformed and laid the foundation for Immigration and Customs Authority to win the Singapore Quality Award.
In the Singapore Army, Cheng Yang was the Head of Personnel Development Branch that introduced the women combat trainer scheme, amongst other HR initiatives.
In 2012, Cheng Yang did research on the HR of the Chinese Communists Party as a NTU Lien Ying Chow Legacy Fellow and published a book on “Adaptive Leadership---Selection, Grooming and Renewal of the CPC in the 21st century” in August 2013 (see http://news.asiaone.com/news/asia/writing-about-red-china-rosy-hue).
Cheng Yang graduated with an engineering science and economics degree from Oxford University in 1984 and attended the Stanford University Sloan Masters Program in 1994.
 CPC stands for the Communists Party of China.