Agenda

DAY 1 | 25 SEPTEMBER 2019, WEDNESDAY

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7.30am

Registration
*Please bring along your business cards for registration.

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8.30am

Welcome address

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8.40am

Morning ice breaker

ADAPTING TO IR 4.0

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9.00am

Opening keynote: What does the future hold for learning and development?  

The Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends survey 2019 showed that 86% of all surveyed rated learning as an important trend in the HR industry, ranking it number one out of all 10 identified trends.

  • Prepare your organisation with a future–ready workforce 
  • Formulate future resilient workforce- tips from C-suites.

How can HR play an imperative role in supporting top-management in furthering their agenda for a future-ready workforce

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9.50am

Training for the trainerssurviving Industrial Revolution (IR) 4.0 as a L&D professional  

  • Adapting to the changes of IR 4.0 as L&D professionals.
  • Addressing the changes of the L&D function in the next decade.

Tips on how to stay relevant as L&D professionals and how do you up-skill to stay essential to the business.

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10.20am

Networking coffee break

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10.50am

Micro-learning – incorporating bite-sized learning into your L&D strategy

Gaining rapidly in popularity, micro-learning has been recognised as an e-learning trend that is here to stay as it is not only cost-effective, but also enables employees to quickly and effectively bridge small knowledge/skill gaps. 

  • Determine whether micro-learning will be a suitable tool for your company’s learning initiatives.
  • Actionable tips to effectively implement micro-learning into your training strategy.
  • Measuring the effectiveness of micro-learning as an e-learning tool.
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11.20am

L&D technologyUtilising cutting-edge technology to effectively deliver business objectives

  • How are advanced learning technologies such as AI (machine learning, deep learning), AR, and VR the game-changer in the L&D industry?
  • Deliver high impact learning experiences with technology.
  • Effectively integrating technology into your organisation.
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12.00pm

Networking lunch

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1.00pm

Vendor selection – identifying the best-fit learning technological tools for your business

  • Key criteria to consider when selecting L&D technological tools for your business.
  • Getting the most out of your learning technology investment
  • Making choices that enables the organisation to focus on your key business objectives.

INNOVATING L&D

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1.40pm

Training for the gig economy: addressing learning and development for the alternative workforce

  • Contingent workers are becoming a prominent force in the workforce.
  • What role do employers play in training alternative labour to be workforce-ready?
  • How are they relevant in IR4.0 and what are some of the skill sets pertinent to train them in?

Speaker: Chen Fong Tuan, Head, Human Resources & General Affairs, Samsung Electronics

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2.20pm

Crafting a digital learning culture in a multi-generational workforce

  • How do we prepare our multi-generational workforce to be future-resilient?
  • Identifying commonalities across generations to formulate a targeted learning approach.
  • Embracing agile learning methods to cater to the needs of a multi-generational workforce.
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3.00pm

Networking coffee break

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3.30pm

Interactive panel discussion: How to foster a learning culture in your organisation that encourages self learning?

  • Having an active learning culture allows the organisation to enjoy higher level of productivity and efficiency and reduces employee turnover rate.
  • Customise learning to your employee’s individuals needs to promote self initiative.
  • Conveying the value of L&D to your employees to educate them on its impact on not only the individual but also the business.

Panelists:

 Anisha Sasheendra, Regional Head of People, Fave

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4.20pm

Closing address

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4.30pm

End of Day 1

 

L&D FOR THE DIVERSE WORKFORCE