Performance Management & Rewards - Dr. Jaclyn Lee, PhD

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Enhance Your Learning Experience By Attending These Masterclasses - Compensations & Benefits Masterclass | 3 - 4 November - Employee Performance Management Masterclass | 10 - 11 November Up to 20% Discount if you register for both HRM Masterclasses (See last page for packages)

Performance Management & Rewards Rethinking Performance Management & Rewards Culture that Fits Your Organisation

11 – 12 October 2016 | Singapore

The spectrum of performance management is changing from what it was only 10 years back. Following ground-breaking pioneers, for example, General Electric and Adobe, more organisations are concentrating on organisational objectives as opposed to employee metrics. The conventional strategies based on data for assessment have been known to be obsolete. Hence many organisations are expected to embrace new strategies for aligning performance management that focuses more on talent development instead of just performance per say. HRM Asia is Excited to Launch Our Inaugural Congress on Performance Management & Rewards. This congress will highlight why traditional performance management and compensation and benefits methodologies are evolving and need to be reviewed. Performance Management & Rewards play a critical role in ensuring a higher level of employee engagement and productivity, especially during times of economic uncertainty. Join Us to Learn the Latest Performance Management and Reward Strategies Being Implemented by Your Peers.

Featured speakers: Toyohiro Matsuda Global Training & Recruitment Officer, GHRD Department Mitsubishi

Syed Ali Abbas Group HR Director Global Fashion Group

Foo Chek Wee Group HR Director, SEA & Hong Kong Zalora

Ng Ying Yuan Director Human Resources and Organizational Development Economic Development Board

Kate Colley Head of People, Asia National Australia Bank

Dr Sandra Pereira Group Director HR & Talent Management Teledirect

Sujatha Maniya Chief Talent Officer Publicis Media

Gary Lee Chief HR Specialist, Global Talent Development and Organisational Development Grundfos

Khor Ling Ling Deputy Director Performance and Rewards Eastern Health Alliance

Jaclyn Lee Senior HR Director SUTD

Bitasta Roy Mehta International Human Resources Leader compensation and benefits, talent management and people analytics

REGISTER TODAY! Tel: (65) 6423 4631 | Email: [email protected] | www.hrmcongress.com

Performance Management & Rewards Rethinking Performance Management & Rewards Culture that Fits Your Organisation

Topics to be discussed throughout the event:

MUST ATTEND FOR:



Directors, Vice Presidents and Managers of: • Performance Management • Talent Management • Human Resources • Learning and Organizational Effectiveness • Compensation and Total Rewards

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The New World of Work and Its Impact on Performance Management, Compensation & Benefits Reinventing Performance Management with Real Time Feedback Agile Goal Setting for Individuals and Teams Rewarding Employees during Economic Uncertainties Determining Rewards and Compensation without a Traditional Performance Review The Relationship between Recognition, Employee Engagement and High Performance Identifying Key Stakeholders for Successful Performance Management Transformation Leveraging Technology and analytics in Performance Management and Compensation & Benefits Establishing Work-Life Balance without Affecting Productivity

”Great, interesting topics – To the point and well-structured with engaging style” – Bloomberg

”Speakers were very prepared and the knowledge that they shared was extremely helpful” – eBay

”Very good information and sharing sessions” – Sony

“An excellent job done by HRM Asia to make this event special and successful” – Coca Cola

“Excellent, engaging and energetic! Good fun!” – Micron

Big Data & Human Capital Analytics Performance Management & Rewards Rethinking Performance Management & Rewards Culture that Fits Your Organisation 2016 Congress

TUESDAY | 11 OCTOBER 2016 | DAY 1

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8:30

Registration and Coffee

9:00

Opening Address by Chairman & Ice Breaking Session

9:15

Deciphering Performance Management - Finding The Right Fit For Your Organisation

What does it mean for performance management strategies to be “agile”? Using analytics to identify the best approach to performance management for your organisation How to define performance and how that impacts measurement? Managing the disparity of reward and development inside performance management Dr Sandra Pereira Group Director HR & Talent Management Teledirect

10:00 • • • •

Transformational Approaches To Integrate Performance And Talent

Preparing the environment for transformation: developing talent management goals from performance management processes Introducing customised, high quality coaching conversations for people development Entrusting performance management to your managers capability and discretion Creating momentum within the business for improved people management Toyohiro Matsuda Global Training & Recruitment Officer, GHRD Department Mitsubishi

10:45

Morning Refreshment and Networking Break

Performance Management & Rewards Rethinking Performance Management & Rewards Culture that Fits Your Organisation

11:15 • • • • •

Panel Discussion: Re-Inventing Performance Ratings - Alternative Approaches To Engage Your Employees

Practical insights on removing annual appraisals and ratings that are increasingly out of sync with your business objectives Innovating your existing performance management system to suit your organisational culture Tailoring different approaches to performance ratings depending on the business environment Developing robust performance profiles to empower managers to tackle underperformance Adopting a measurable based approach to performance and promoting transparency on development goals

Panellists: Foo Chek Wee Group HR Director, SEA & Hong Kong Zalora

12:00 • • • • •

Syed Ali Abbas Group HR Director Global Fashion Group

Khor Ling Ling Deputy Director Performance and Rewards Eastern Health Alliance

Engage And Perform - Delivering Stronger Business Performance Through Employee Engagement

Establishing the correlation between employee engagement and improved business productivity Practical steps on how to use culture, leadership and reward as levers to drive engagement and performance Using employee survey feedback to identify the impact of line leadership on engagement Driving behavioural change in leadership to improve individual and business performance Sharing the responsibilities of performance management across the business to increase accountability and driving engagement Gary Lee Chief HR Specialist, Global Talent Management & Organisational Development Grundfos

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12:45

Lunch and Networking Break

14:00

The Productivity Challenge: Understanding How Employees Impact Business Performance

Examining the relationships between employee performance and business productivity Understanding the ways in which effective people management practices benefit the business Insights on the productivity implications of performance management systems Understanding why performance management systems are sometimes unsuccessful

Performance Management & Rewards Rethinking Performance Management & Rewards Culture that Fits Your Organisation

14.45 • • • • •

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Cultivating High Performance In Employees To Increase Your Business Productivity

Aligning employee values with organisational goals to create optimum conditions for high performance Shifting from performance management to strengths based performance motivation Piloting new performance management approaches to understand the drivers for motivation in your business Creating productivity focused (energised) culture by unlocking the performance of your people How to move from process driven performance management to a business focused approach to unlock performance

15:30

Afternoon Refreshment and Networking Break

16:00

Case Study Presentation: Performance Management – How To Make It Constructive And Relevant?

How should you design your performance management approach to support your talent management philosophy and organisation culture? How should you view different profiles of talent? Should you pay for performance or development? Are performance appraisals really over, or are they still relevant? Ng Ying Yuan Director Human Resources and Organizational Development Economic Development Board

16:45 • • • • •

Does Linking Performance And Reward Add Value To Your Organisation?

Exploring whether reward and performance should be linked Creating reward and performance structures which recognise the indicators of high performance in your organisation Embedding organisational values in performance management to drive key behaviours Changing the mindset in line managers to ensure their accountability in rewarding performance Moving from sales-led KPI’s to rewarding collective and individual success Jaclyn Lee Senior HR Director SUTD

17:30

End of Day 1

Big Data & Human Capital Analytics Performance Management & Rewards Rethinking Performance Management & Rewards Culture that Fits Your Organisation 2016 Congress

WEDNESDAY | 12 OCTOBER 2016 | DAY 2

8:30

Registration and Coffee

9:00

Compensation & Benefits Trends In APAC

The global and regional economic slowdowns are presenting new challenges to organisations, but also opening new opportunities. The face of compensation and benefits keeps transforming to adapt to the new market conditions and workforce requirements. This session will explore the changes of compensation and benefits in the APAC region, and what to expect during the economic downturn.

9:45 • • • •

Rewarding Employees During Economic Uncertainty

How can we ensure that tighter compensation and benefits do not demotivate key talent? Is a greater focus on Pay-for-Performance a way to manage cost pressures and retain key talent? Using innovative strategies to boost organisational commitment during the downturn? Do you have a strategy to manage out the ‘disgruntled stayers’? How do you manage the opportunity to clear decks? Bitasta Roy Mehta International Human Resources Leader - compensation and benefits, talent management and people analytics

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10:45

Morning Refreshment and Networking Break

11:00

Panel Discussion: Work-Life Balance – How To Optimise Work-Life Balance Without Affecting Productivity

Are flexible working initiatives a cost effective way to increase your employee value proposition? Exploring at flexible working ideas and initiatives in the region and beyond Can flexible working help companies keep staff on through the economic downturn? What are the legal implications of flexible working? - what is and what is not allowed in the Singapore

Panellists: Kate Colley Head of People, Asia National Australia Bank

Bitasta Roy Mehta International Human Resources Leader - compensation and benefits, talent management and people analytics

Dr Sandra Pereira Group Director HR & Talent Management Teledirect

Performance Management & Rewards Rethinking Performance Management & Rewards Culture that Fits Your Organisation

11:45 • • •

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How can you keep talent motivated without making structural changes to your pay and bonus scales? Examining alternatives to cash incentives Key things to consider when implementing new incentives

12:30

Lunch and Networking Break

14:45

Technology In Compensation & Benefits

How the technology landscape has changed and what it means for employees? Why employees expect a better user experience in the work place and what this means for HR teams? How does full-stack software bridge the gap and the future of enterprise software?

15:30

Afternoon Refreshment and Networking Break

16:00

Total Reward Strategy – Finding The Right Mix That Suits Your Culture

Exploring the multiple components of the Total Rewards model Evaluating the pros and cons for each of these components and finding the right mix for your workforce Effectively communicating your new Employee Value Proposition Identifying and resolving the common challenges in the implementation of TR

16.45 • • •

Short Term Incentives – Moving Away From Cash Incentives

Communicating Rewards – Understanding How Reward Initiatives Are Perceived By Employees And Why This Is Crucial

How can you ensure your people understand how their bonuses are calculated, while managing expectations against company performance Do people actually understand their Long Term Incentive Plans (LTIPs) and other more complex components of your Total Rewards System? Ensuring your employees value the competitiveness of your Employee Value Proposition in relation to the market

17:30

End of Conference

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Compensation & Benefits Masterclass Rewarding System That Fits Your Organisation During Economic Uncertainty

3 – 4 November 2016 | Singapore This course is designed to help experienced compensation and benefits professionals and HR leaders think more strategically about their total rewards (Compensation & Benefits) programmes. It is critical for every organisation to align its Total Rewards Strategy to the Business Strategy – so that the right people are attracted, retained, remain engaged and motivated. In this course, participants will learn the most common and effective approaches, methods and practices in the areas of job evaluation and the elements of Total Rewards. On the second day, we turn to strategy, how to determine what will be most effective for their unique organisation. Participants will learn how to evaluate their total rewards, and better align their total rewards “mix” to match their current and future workforce needs, getting the most value for their payroll and related investments.

Trainer:

Course Objectives:

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Bridging the strategic alignment between business and total reward strategies Applying motivational theories into total rewards concepts for maximum effectiveness in reward programs Categorising rewards practices and understand what functionality are delivered by each practices Managing job evaluation process and outcomes Benchmark with industry practices and trends Implementing pay for performance during economic uncertainty Aligning rewards to attract and retain talent Effective implementation of rewards changes in your organisation

Sahas Sankaran Principal FREELANCE TOTAL REWARDS PTE LTD

Employee Performance Management Masterclass Designing Effective Performance Management That Generates Sustainable Growth

10 – 11 November 2016 | Singapore

This course will clarify key, specific, detailed concepts and will provide practical tools and techniques for implementing, maintaining or improving your organisations employee performance management system. Attendees will gain exposure to best practices in the field of performance management and will learn how to establish and use criteria for evaluating performance.

Trainer:

Course Objectives • • • • • • •

Awais Salman Khan (CHRP, CRSS, CPCD) HR & OD Professional / Corporate Trainer GULF REGION

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Define Performance Management Cycle Gain the knowledge of developing a Performance Management System Understand how performance management works and the tools to make it work Learn how to track the employee performance during each phase of the performance management cycle; Create business based objectives, including ‘SMART’ targets, measures and key performance indicators (KPIs) Drive organizational performance by Implement effective performance management system in your organization Practice giving and receiving objective and constructive performance feedback with confidence and reduced anxiety Learn how to conduct efficient performance appraisals. Learn Reward distribution strategies

PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT & REWARDS CONGRESS 11 – 12 OCTOBER 2016 | SINGAPORE

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