On its 9th year, the Global Learning Summit, Salvo Global’s flagship event, is back to enlighten today’s corporate professionals with the latest business trends and practices which will be held on the 7th to 9th of March 2016 in Singapore.
The need to invest in corporate learning and development has never been higher. With the cutthroat competition from companies globally and unavoidable risks and changes in the market, progress in business is becoming more challenging each day. One of the most significant factors that affect progress is human capital.
According to the 2015 Global Human Capital Trends report published by Deloitte, the importance of learning has increased three-times fold over the previous year, making a whopping leap from 9% to 28%. Furthermore, it is said that HR organisations and HR skills are not up to par to the business demands, making developing human resources (HR) an alarming issue. With these in mind, the Global Learning Summit aims to discuss the latest industry trends and practices that can help organisations in their business endeavors.
This year, the event focuses on optimizing learning return of investment, developing and managing leaders and talents across generations for sustainable growth, improving learning management systems, and building sustainable leaning cultures.
All Human Resources, Talent, Learning and Development professionals from C-level officers to vice presidents, directors, and managers from all kinds of industries are all highly encouraged and expected to participate in this year’s Global Learning Summit.
With a talented pool of HR experts from all industries tasked to discuss today’s impending issues on learning, delegates will surely be able to relate and gain new knowledge which they can integrate into their organisations. Expect this year’s set of presenters to be coming from well-known and successful companies such as Facebook, Canon, Maybank, and Shell. Some of the keynote speakers included in the roster are David Vance, Executive Director of Center for Talent Reporting USA and Founder of Caterpillar University; Betty Lau, the Global Learning Director of Unilever;William Chin, the APAC Staffing Director of Qualcomm; and Gaurav Sharma, HR Director of Coca-Cola.
Officials from the government of Singapore are also going to take part in the discussion. Ng Ying Yuan, Director of HR & Organisational Development of the Economic Development Board of Singapore, and Lau Ying Cheng, HR Head of the Infocommunications Development Authority of Singapore will be presenting in the summit.
Registration for the course is now open. Details on how to register for the course is available on the Global Learning Summit 2016 webpage. For enquiries and requests for brochures, contact Salvo Global at firstname.lastname@example.org.