Ms. Winnie Ng
Bauhinia Foundation Research Centre
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Topic : Creativity & Innovation: Effective Strategy in Engaging “Generation Y”
to Build a Competitive Metropolis
In the era of globalization, competition amongst cities is not just about the pursuit of economic growth or efficiency; it is also about innovation, creativity and convergence of talents. As a Director of The Bauhinia Foundation Research Centre, Winnie Ng always advocate the importance of cultivating creativity among young talents, and turning Hong Kong into a creative metropolis so as to enhance its competitiveness. She will share her views on how corporate leaders can apply the concept of creativity and innovation in the business environment, particularly as a strategy to motivate, retain and engage talents of “Generation Y”.

Mr. LAM Woon Kwong, GBS, JP
Equal Opportunities Commission
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Topic : Our Shared Vision: Equal Opportunities and Successful Engagement Strategy in the Workplace
In today's global economy, equal opportunity has become an essential part of the business world. Hong Kong Equal Opportunities Commission is committed to promote diversity and equality, fostering an inclusive society in which all individuals are treated with respect and dignity. As the chairman of EOC, Mr. Lam will share his view on how corporate leaders can apply the concept of equal opportunities in the business environment, particularly as a strategy to motivate, retain and engage talents.

Ms. Bonnie Tse
Senior Vice President and Managing Director
AIA Pension and Trustee Co. Ltd.
Chief Executive Officer
American International Assurance Company (Trustee) Limited
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Topic : Making the Right Choice
Helping employees to select a right MPF service provider can achieve a “win-win” situation for both employees and the company. Your diligence in caring for their retirement will boost morale and enhance their sense of belonging towards the Company, which can ultimately drive down costs for you.

So, how do you go about selecting the best provider for your employees? How should they maximize their investment income through asset allocation? Bonnie will try to give you some insight into these topics during her session.

Mr. Sek Tung LEE
Head of Sales & Marketing
International SOS Hong Kong
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Topic : Travel Risk Management - Managing risk associated with expatriates and business travelers
International work and travel are an integral part of the daily operations of a multinational company. Business travel and overseas assignment are increasing in range and frequency, with the need to seek new markets and lower production costs in developing parts of the world.

After the Bangkok riots & the Manila bus hijacking incident, many employers are concerned whether they should reduce business travel to Thailand and the Philippines, or what kind of security measures they should observe. Many employees are more aware of the risks in these countries and are not willing to relocate even with additional benefits

Away from familiar surroundings, employees may encounter precarious environments, presenting increased and unfamiliar threats to their health, safety, and security. This heightens the corporate liability of employers, who have a legal, fiduciary, and moral duty of care for their employees.

This talk explores the risks and threats companies face when sending their employees for long term or short term assignments and how to implement risk mitigate measures.

Prof. Judy Tsui
Vice President (International and Executive Education)
Director, Graduate School of Business
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
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Topic : Leading for Engagement
The talk will focus on the leadership skills needed to advance employee engagement in today’s ever-changing business environment. Cutting-edge leadership theories and practices will be discussed to shed light on the leadership style required to effectively engage employees and bring about desired organizational and individual outcomes.

Mr. Alex Chung
Samsung Electronics HK Co. Ltd.
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Topic : Developing a Business-Driven Engagement Strategy
For more than 40 years, Samsung has been at the forefront of innovation. There is a simple business philosophy at Samsung: to devote the talent and technology to creating superior products and services that contribute to a better global society. Having extensive working experience in Marketing and Sales profession, Alex will share his insights in strategic employee engagement which help achieve a highly-engaged workforce and improved bottom-line results.

Mr. Chan Hin-sang
HR Manager – Compliance, Employee Relations & HRIS
CLP Power Hong Kong Ltd
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Topic : Building Localized Organizational Culture of Sustainability for Successful Engagement
One of CLP’s core values is Cares for People, which is reflected in its outstanding staff retention, and the significant external recognition gained on its commitment to work-life balance. Mr. Chan possesses extensive experience in a wide spectrum of HR functions, includes as a generalist for HR account services; being a specialist focusing on HR Policies, Employee Relations, HRIS, etc; and shaped CLP’s existing HR landscape, systems and processes which help create a high-performing sustainable business. He will share his view on building the organizational culture of sustainability in the local context and the best practices for successful engagement.

Ms. Ivy Leung
Intellectual Capital and Quality, Director
Langham Place Mongkok
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Topic : Effective Leadership and Innovation in Employee Engagement
Langham Place Hotel, Mongkok, Hong Kong is a luxury 5-star hotel and an innovative workplace with leading-edge management practices. It has won many prestigious awards, including Award for Excellence in Practice (American Society for Training and Development), Gold Prize for Excellence in Training (Hong Kong Management Association); Gold Award, Quality Award, (Hong Kong Management Association); Top Winner, Hong Kong and Winner, Asia, Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise (Teleos, Hong Kong Polytechnic University); Top Ten Best Employers in Hong Kong (Hewitt & Associates), etc. Ivy has led her team to develop and implement many strategies and action plans to grow and utilize the full potential of all colleagues. Under her leadership, the hotel has built an engaging workforce culture conducive to innovation and performance excellence.

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* This session will be conducted in Putonghua.

Dr. Chung Ting-yiu Robert
Director of Public Opinion Programme (POP)
The University of Hong Kong
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Topic : Retention of Young Talents: Job Satisfaction, Engagement and Retention - HeadlineJobs Quality Workplace Index (2010 2nd Half)
Dr. Robert Chung is the Director of Public Opinion Programme (POP) at the University of Hong Kong (HKU), a programme he established in 1991. Under his leadership, POP is well known for its impartiality and professionalism in collecting, studying and interpreting public opinion. Since 2008, POP has been collaborating with to conduct the “HeadlineJobs Quality Workplace Index Surveys”. In this summit, Dr. Chung will present the findings of the 2010 2nd half survey, covering employees’ characteristics, opinions and attitudes, with special focus on the Post-80s this time. Employers can have a better understanding on employees’ job satisfaction in order to enhance employee retention.

More speakers will be announced shortly.