60 leaders join Talentnet Business Innovation Showcase 2019

June 26, 2019 | 14:03
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Talentnet Business Innovation Showcase 2019 attracted over 60 top-notch business and HR leaders to exchange viewpoints about human capital strategies in the digital age.

Talentnet Business Innovation Showcase (TBIS) is a regional business excursion exclusively and uniquely designed for Vietnamese leaders and HR practitioners, organised by Talentnet Corporation with the co-operation of the Singapore Human Resources Institute.

Taking place from June 19 to 21 in Singapore, the trip brought together more than 60 leaders and professionals from over 20 homegrown companies, providing a wealth of valuable lessons, enlightened knowledge, and best practices in successful organisational culture and human capital management strategies.

Gex Ventures, Google, Harman, Heraeus, Oracle, and Unilever Singapore were amongst the host companies accompanying Talentnet Business Innovation Showcase 2019. These companies have continuously been recognised with prestigious international awards for their innovative approach to human resources management, laying a solid foundation for exponential business growth.

60 leaders join talentnet business innovation showcase 2019
Suresh Rai, vice president, HR, Southeast Asia & Australia at Unilever, sharing his thoughts with the delegates

Throughout three days of enlightening experiences, delegates were fully immersed in a multitude of thought-provoking sharing and practical takeaways from top regional leaders. Leadership in innovative disruption era, the art of talent management and engagement, application of AI in HR transformation, an agile & flex organisation in practice, to name a few, were some of the pertinent and hot button topics being discussed at the event.

When asked about the key secrets to creating a great corporate culture and superior workforce, Singapore's leading businesses all said that it is necessary to start with the most basic value, which is our people. Focusing on training and developing human capital, creating a happy working environment to attract and retain talent is no longer an option, but rather a must.

A positive working environment not only directly affects the dedication of employees but also determines their long-term commitment to the organisation.

60 leaders join talentnet business innovation showcase 2019

Melissa Nguyen, country head of Vietnam and Thailand, Global Customer Solutions at Google, talking about leadership in the era of disruptive technology

Tieu Yen Trinh, CEO of Talentnet Corporation, the organiser of Talentnet Business Innovation Showcase 2019, shared: “I am so glad to receive a lot of positive feedback from business leaders and HR practitioners participating in the event. I believe that the trip has brought a torrent of ideas, information, new perspectives, and visions to our delegates, which will hopefully lay the foundations for more effective, high-impact HR strategies. In this competitive and fast-paced era, investing in human capital is always a strategic investment and the smart thing to do, helping businesses retain their competitive edge, be future-ready, and stay ahead the curve."

By Thanh Van

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