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CONFERENCE AGENDA
25
Nov, 2020
DAY 2
9:30 AM -
10:15 AM
Keynote Plenary - Leading and Coaching in the Post-COVID-19 World
ENGLISH
Presentation

*The HKIHRM reserves the right to make alterations to the programme subject to speakers' availability.

Speakers
Prof Gabriel Leung
10:15 AM -
11:00 AM
Break
11:00 AM -
12:00 PM
Concurrent Session C1 - How to Embrace Generational Diversity & Inclusion
ENGLISH
Presentation

Join an engaging session where you will receive insights on the different generations in the workplace and what truly matters to Millennials and GenZ in Hong Kong. The aim of the sharing is to help leaders and HR professionals to promote the awareness of unconscious biases to drive generational inclusion and engagement, so that every generation can thrive in the workplace.

In this interactive session, you’ll learn…

  • How reducing our unconscious biases will help us look beyond generational stereotypes and labels to leverage on the different strengths of each generation.
  • Drivers to engage multi-generational teams in a practical way to harness the talents of each generation and create an inclusive work environment.
  • The truth about the next generation workforce from Wholistic’s research study in partnership with AIESEC of 650 Millennials and GenZ working in Hong Kong.

FOR WHOM
For everyone who wants to foster generational inclusion and enhance engagement in their organisation.

*The HKIHRM reserves the right to make alterations to the programme subject to speakers' availability.

Speakers
Fyiona Yong
11:00 AM -
12:00 PM
Concurrent Session C2 - What Will Work-life Balance Look Like after COVID-19
ENGLISH
Presentation

Nowadays, we are faced with, and impacted by the domino effects of current events worldwide. We have witnessed isolated incidents triggering global reactions. As organisations move forward by adopting flexi benefits and family-friendly practices, what will work-life balance look like post-COVID-19 will increasingly come into focus.

This session will reflect on how organisations can embed family-friendly practices while leveraging technology.  As organisational culture becomes increasingly employee-driven, it will discuss the importance of inclusive flexi benefits, and how  organisations can drive change and engage employees in creating work-life integration.

*The HKIHRM reserves the right to make alterations to the programme subject to speakers' availability.

Speakers
Sandra Leung
11:00 AM -
12:00 PM
Concurrent Session C3 - How Can Artificial Intelligence Facilitate Human Resource Management
CANTONESE
Presentation

Instead of taking your jobs, artificial Intelligence is introduced to optimise your workflow and help you work smarter, so you may focus on the important issues. Mr Shang will share his industry expertise and experience on how AI can be leveraged to empower human resources, from recruiting talents, employee training, office operation digitalisation to work automation. He will also share how SenseTime applied self-developed AI solutions in its offices to optimise HR process and efficiencies such as access control, attendance taking, temperature measurement and more.

*The HKIHRM reserves the right to make alterations to the programme subject to speakers' availability.

Speakers
Hailong Shang
11:00 AM -
12:00 PM
Concurrent Session C4 - What Colour Is Your Parachute
ENGLISH
Presentation

HR practitioners constantly face the challenges of dealing with different personality types and motivating staff and unleashing their talent. In this seminar, you will learn the techniques and skills for maximising your personal potential and how to apply these to empower others.

Seminar Outline:

  1. How you see your life, shapes your life
  • Change the way you perceive yourself, others and situations
  • View threats as challenges
  • Let the passion be your power
  1. Self-Coaching
  • How to use the mind to create success in attaining personal goals
  • Talents development and culture connection
  • Well-designed careers
  1. Moral and Courageous Leadership
  • Food for thought for leaders and managers
  • Active identity shaping
  • Regular zoning for future-shapers

*The HKIHRM reserves the right to make alterations to the programme subject to speakers' availability.

Speakers
Nelson Yip
12:00 PM -
1:45 PM
Lunch (Not included)
1:45 PM -
2:45 PM
Young HR Forum
ENGLISH
Panel Discussion

*The HKIHRM reserves the right to make alterations to the programme subject to speakers' availability.

Speakers
Jennis Chau
Vincent Fan
Nancy Hong
Geraldine Wai
2:45 PM -
3:15 PM
Break
3:15 PM -
4:15 PM
Concurrent Session D1 - Creating Shared Value (CSV) via Servant Leadership
CANTONESE
Presentation

Servant leadership is a new trend in leadership style that aims to enrich the lives of individuals, build better organisations and ultimately create a more caring world. Having worked with Pei Ho Counterparts on previous food drives, 7-Eleven has experienced first-hand the positive impact of direct community action. This year saw the convenience store partnering with grassroots local NGOs to launch the Meal Voucher Programme, by donating much-needed meals to those affected by COVID-19. In this session, 7-Eleven and Pei Ho Counterparts will share:

  • What makes a “servant leader”?
  • The experience of putting servant leadership into practice and how it creates shared value among various stakeholders
  • How did they manage the challenges throughout the programme’s implementation?
  • How did they evaluate the programme/shared value created, both commercially and socially?

*The HKIHRM reserves the right to make alterations to the programme subject to speakers' availability.

Speakers
Cheuk-ming Chan (Ming Gor)
Elman Lee
3:15 PM -
4:15 PM
Concurrent Session D2 - Creating Happy and Positive Organisational Cultures
ENGLISH
Presentation

Building a positive culture of belonging and mutual support should be of utmost importance to organisations both large and small. Happy teams are more engaged, innovative and prepared to take on challenges. Given the amount of time we spend at work and the challenges we face daily, it is time to create a new way of working that benefits both the organisation and its people.

*The HKIHRM reserves the right to make alterations to the programme subject to speakers' availability.

Speakers
Marina Vogt
3:15 PM -
4:15 PM
Concurrent Session D3 - Transforming from Human Resources function to Global Intellectual Capital (GIC)
ENGLISH
Presentation

GIC team at Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group aims to unleash our colleagues’ collective brainpower and enable them to become intrapreneurs in the new retail ecosystem.

Despite COVID-19, our colleagues have continued to leverage our Smart Learning APP for eLearning in 2020. We offer "online learning leave" to encourage self-engagement and upskilling to prepare them for the challenges ahead.

To foster transparent and frequent communication, our management teams have been using livestreaming to meet and greet people globally. GIC has also rolled out various platforms including the Global Innovation Award, to enable our staff to voice out new ideas.

To practise intrapreneurship, a new omni-channel retail tool named My SmartBiz was launched early this year for all staff to promote CTF products to their families, friends and customers via their social media network, and keep them connected during the lockdown.

We have also welcomed over 40 undergraduates as e-Interns to work virtually for the first time since this June, to realise a more agile way of work and reverse mentorship.

*The HKIHRM reserves the right to make alterations to the programme subject to speakers' availability.

Speakers
Ivy Leung
3:15 PM -
4:15 PM
Concurrent Session D4 - How to Utilise Social Media to Enhance Employer Branding Successfully?
CANTONESE
Presentation

*The HKIHRM reserves the right to make alterations to the programme subject to speakers' availability.

Speakers
Wing-chung Law
4:15 PM -
5:00 PM
Break
5:00 PM -
6:00 PM
Inspirational Plenary - Making CHALLENGE a Habit 讓挑戰變成習慣
ENGLISH
Presentation

In this session, you will get insights from the mountaineer John Tsang on leadership quality and mentality that make us thrive in adverse circumstances. He will share with you:

  • His experience of summitting Mount Everest 3 times and the “7 Summits”, as well as his MOTIVATIONS behind these “live and death” challenges;
  • Why making CHALLENGE a habit can lead us to success; and
  • How he continues to create an IMPACT amid COVID-19

*The HKIHRM reserves the right to make alterations to the programme subject to speakers' availability.

Speakers
John Tsang