The Engaged Leader ˇV a Fundamental Pillar for Organisational Success

Event Overview
Greater China Talent Management Summit 2011,
organised by, now at its 6th year, is widely appreciated by human resources professionals in the Greater China as an effective platform to share insights, knowledge and tools on talent management. This important event will be held at Kowloon Shangri-La Hotel in Hong Kong on 8th July this year.

Business strategy is what makes an organisation competitive. To survive and thrive in the changeable marketplace today, organisations need to develop highly adaptable and flexible business strategy to cater for new market trends. However, one key point to bear in mind is that no matter what the plan, no strategy can succeed without an engaged leader and the talent to back it up. One may say key business strategy drives talent management, but it is in fact the talent leader and talent who define the organisationˇ¦s ability to execute it.

Offering enormous business value, talent management is complex and continually evolving. Responsibility for talent management is shared throughout the organisation--from the CEO to the line manager, and the role of HR is to identify and deploy optimal strategies to engage employees by driving satisfaction, loyalty and retention. Successful talent management requires engaged talent leaders to continually nurture and engage talent in order to drive business success in good times and bad.

Greater China Talent Management Summit 2011 in the theme of The Engaged Talent Leader - a Fundamental Pillar for Organisational Success is built on the premise that it is the job of the Engaged Talent Leader to take an active role in making talent management an organisational responsibility - to find, develop, motivate and retain great talent throughout the organisation. When the talent leaders are able to do this well, talent will become the competitive differentiator that attracts both customers as well as other great talent to facilitate organisational success.

Greater China Talent Management Summit is designed around the experiences and expertise of best-in-class HR and business executives to provide a real-world environment where leaders throughout organisations convene to explore best practices in talent management. The Summit, with interactive sessions featuring seasoned HR practitioners and business executives from best-practice organisations, will offer you ideas and insights that you need to refine your talent strategy and to reduce risk at the rebuilding times. It will also provide you a good opportunity for peer exchange and sharing that will inspire you in optimising your leadership and talent management plans. The key topics to be covered this year include:

  • Winning talent management strategies for turbulent times
  • Nurturing leadership to compete in a new world
  • HR leadership and innovation in a changing world
  • Talent development to ensure maximum business results under tight cost control
  • Maximising performance management with a continued and structured engagement and motivation plan to
    increase business value

    Greater China Talent Management Summit 2011 is comprised of conference, exhibition and other networking sessions. Throughout the day there will be opportunities to interact and network with speakers and fellow delegates to exchange ideas and explore how you can implement what you have learnt back in the workplace.

    Who should attend?
    The event, the topics and speakers are set to attract HR directors, managers and business leaders from the Greater China.

    The conference will be divided into morning and afternoon sessions with a host of esteemed, top professional speakers sharing their valuable thoughts, insights and experiences on the latest issues affecting elite recruitment and staff retention.

    A special exhibition will offer unparalleled opportunities for sponsors and institutions to showcase their companyˇ¦s branding with respect to services and products in face-to-face dialogue sessions.

    High-level networking opportunities will include registration, coffee breaks, and lunch for delegates, sponsors and exhibitors to enhance business ties and stay current with the latest industry issues.