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Developing Talent Management Strategies:

Nurturing, Attracting, Retaining Malaysian and International Talents

5th July 2011

 

 

When Prime Minister YAB Dato' Sri Mohd Najib Tun Razak announced the creation of Talent Corporation in December 2010, he emphasised, “proactive steps were needed to attract, nurture, engage and retain the talent needed for a high income economy. Such initiatives will need to target the different sources of talent, namely Malaysians in Malaysia, Malaysian diaspora and foreigners both those abroad and those already in the country.”

 

As an initiative to contribute to this process, the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, Cultural Impact Sdn Bhd and Trity Technologies Sdn Bhd are organising a one-day forum to bring together educators, corporate leaders and government institutions as well as international experts to explore what each and every Malaysian stakeholder can do to benefit from nurturing, attracting and retaining talent.

 

 

Seminar Objectives

 

 

  • Create opportunities to support Malaysian companies and ministries in their strategies towards developing and retaining talent in Malaysia

 

  • Increase awareness of the importance of identifying, attracting and retaining talent across Malaysian society

 

  • Facilitate discussions on future actions towards developing talent management strategies for companies

 

 

Who Should Attend

 

 

This seminar is highly recommended for Heads of Corporate Organisations and Universities, human resource specialists, senior officers and civil society representatives of interest groups and ministries of the Malaysian Government. 

 

 

Programme

 

 

0845 - 0900         

 

 

Registration

 

0900 - 1000         

 

Identifying Talents

 

·    Talk by Fernando Lanzer Peirera de Souza– Cultural challenges in management   today

·     Presentation: Malaysian Industrial Development Authority (MIDA)’s perspectives on Brain Drain and Talents by Dato' Ghazali Dato' Yusoff (Board Member of MIDA)

 

 

1030 - 1230

 

 

 

 

Nurturing talents

 

Home-grown or poaching? Can success be copied or imitated? Agriculture or Day-trade: looking for a Talent Management Model.

 

Attracting, retaining, and nurturing talent will be the theme of the day’s first panel discussion. Panel members will discuss approaches with each other and with participants in the audience, exploring dilemmas such as: should talent be developed in the long-term, internally, or is it more economically efficient to hire from the market professionals with the required experience? Are leaders born with the necessary skills or are those skills developed over time? Do people learn anything in management courses or does all significant learning take place outside the classroom and in real work situations? What are companies doing, in practice, regarding these issues?

 

Panel discussion by

-    Mr Lokman Baharuddin, Exxon Mobil Companies Malaysia, Human Resources Director

-    Mr Tommy Webb, Hess Oil & Gas Director Human Resources Asia Pacific

-    Mrs Kala Kularajah Sundram, Maxis Bhd, Senior Vice President, Chief Talent Officer

-    Mr Rasik Bahadur, Schlumberger OFS Personal Manager Asia

 

Graduates Perspectives: What really motivates talented people? What do graduates and professionals want? Panel discussion by University of Nottingham Alumni

 

Discussion and Q & A facilitated by Fernando Lanzer Peirera de Souza

 

 

1230 - 1330        

 

 

Lunch

1330 - 1530        

 

Strategy for Attracting and Retaining Talents: Workshop Session

 

Presentation by Fernando Lanzer – Talent Management: How to attract and retain talents in a global competitive world? How culture plays a role in Talent Management? Globalization and war for talent: Can brain-drain be avoided?

 

Interactive session: We will facilitate a guided discussion process to reach some practical conclusions, in small groups and in plenary. We will explore ways in which private companies, educational institutions and government organizations can complement each other and combine forces to identify, retain and develop talent in Malaysia. St rategies and tactics will be discussed that will be world-class in terms of quality, yet uniquely Malaysian in style. Participants will leave the event with ideas to develop further and implement, individually or jointly with other people they have met.

 

Groups’ work: Learning across sectors and practical implications on participants’ different realities

 

 

1530 - 1630        

 

Conclusions and Closing Address

 

Mr Johan Mahmood Merican, CEO Talent Corp Malaysia

Fernando Lanzer Peirera de Souza

 

Keynote Speaker:  Fernando Lanzer Pereira de Souza

 

Fernando Lanzer is a senior consultant, coach and facilitator in leadership and organizational development (O.D). As an HR executive for over 28 years, he was personally involved in designing and leading O.D. interventions in the companies he was working for, acting as an internal change agent and driving strategic shifts in those companies. As a consultant he has accumulated many years of experience with client companies from different industries, mostly on Executive Education and Cross-Cultural Management programmes. He has earned a reputation for providing practical, tailor-made programmes    co-designed with his clients.

 

For 15 years up until 2007 he played many different roles within ABN AMRO Bank, including managing the development of ABN AMRO's "Top 200" global leaders. As a consultant his recent assignments have taken him to many different places in Europe, Africa, Asia and the Americas, working on intercultural issues and HR Development themes for multinational companies such as 3i Capital Markets, ABB, Atento, Danisco, EDF, Ferrovial/British Airports Authority (BAA), Laing O’Rourke, Marcopolo, Odebrecht Engineering, Santander, Sony,   Technip, the European Space Agency (ESA) and Vesuvius. Throughout his career, he has carried out projects and assignments in over 50 countries. He is a frequent speaker at Talent Management events and author of many articles on Leadership Development and on Cross-Cultural Management

  

 

Seminar Information

 

 

Date

5th July 2011, Tuesday

 

 

 

Venue

The University of Nottingham Kuala Lumpur Teaching Centre

Level 2, Chulan Tower, 3 Jalan Conlay, Kuala Lumpur 

 

 

Registration Fee

 

 

Standard Fee

RM 1,000 per person

Group Fee        

RM 600 per person    (for 3 persons or more per company or institution)

Early Bird Fee   

RM 700 per person (register and pay before 22-June 2011)     *Extended*

 

□ BMCC member

□ MFCCI Member

 

 

 

 

How to Register

Download the registration form at  http://www.tritytech.com/emailc/forms/TalentMgt_webreg.pdf

Complete and return by fax to 03-80637736 or email to tina@tritytech.com

 

If you have further queries, please email us at tina@tritytech.com or call us at 03-80637737.

  

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The Workshop fee may be claimable from Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad ('PSMB') for the consideration of the Human Resource Development Fund (HRDF) claims under the Skim Bantuan Latihan (SBL) Scheme, subject to prior application to and approval by HRDF. Please refer to your respective Training Department or Human Resource Department or visit  http://www.hrdf.com.my

 

 

 

 

 

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