How well do you understand the critical factors that attract the best people to your organisation? How do these talent magnets differ for candidates in Hong Kong to the rest of the world? And once recruited, where should HR be focusing their efforts to empower employees so that they choose to engage with your organisation and keep great performance coming?
Join us on Friday 28th April for breakfast and presentations from David Sturt from the O.C. Tanner Institute and guest speaker Deirdre Lander from Willis Towers Watson who will be sharing their research and best practice to help how organisations understand how they can meet these challenges.
Friday 28th April
Conrad Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Hong Kong
0830 - 0900 | Registration and hot breakfast
0900 - 1030 | Presentations
1030 - 1050 | Q&A and networking
David will also be giving out free signed copies of his
New York Times bestselling book,
Great Work, How to Make a Difference People Love
We hope to see you there!
If you have any questions in the meantime, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
David Sturt is the Executive Vice President of the O.C. Tanner Institute and a New York Times bestselling author of Great Work: How to Make a Difference People Love. He is a weekly contributor on forbes.com and has been interviewed and quoted by the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, CBS Radio, and numerous other media organisations. David has two decades of experience in research, innovation, technology and leadership and is driven by making a difference in the world. O.C. Tanner, the global leader in employee recognition, helps thousands of top companies create engaging cultures that help people accomplish and appreciate great work. 25 of the Fortune 100 Best Companies To Work For® use an O.C. Tanner recognition solution.
Deirdre Lander is the Director - Data, Surveys and Technology with Willis Towers Watson Hong Kong. She has extensive experience as a management consultant, senior corporate executive and University educator focussed on helping organisations in Asia Pacific implement their business strategy and improve their performance through effective people management.
Your browser is out of date and may not be able to properly display our website. A list of modern browsers is below; simply click an icon to go to the browser's download page.