Business Leaders and HR Professionals must stay relevant to keep up with Global Transformation, adopt Thought Leadership and keep themselves abreast of new HR trends and technologies. Tomorrow’s leaders must evolve into Strategic Thinkers, Business Partners and Talent Managers. Addressing this vital need, SHRI is bringing together leading Business and HR Professionals for our inaugural HR BizTech 2017.
This is the 1st ever meet up event exclusively for HR Tech folks. The purpose of this event is to have HR Techs to come together, get to know each other, and seriously explore collaborations and position yourself as a holistic solution to the buyers instead of being viewed as another login to solve one pain point.
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Predicting trends can only go two ways, either you hit or you miss.
Based in Singapore, Sam is the founder of People Mentality Inc, an HR start-up founded in 2017 to instil a people-centric mindset in leaders and organisations.
Before this, he was serving at Changi Airport Group’s People Team as a Business Partner and Scholarship Engagement Officer.
With over five years of accelerated HR experience in market leading companies such as Keppel Corporation and Changi Airport Group, his burning passion for HR has seen him take on a diverse range of roles in his young career including Talent Management, Business Partnership, Talent Acquisition, Corporate Social Responsibility and Staff Engagement among others.
This is a guest post by Laura Carter. She works within a recruitment consultancy with a specialist focus on social recruitment, helping to organise company team building events for the organisations she works with. She writes about advice on everything from task management to public speaking and how to build relationships within the industry.
This is a guest post by Marcus Turner-Jones. He graduated from Economics at the University of Sheffield before going on to work as a Market Analyst. He now writes freelance and spends time between his hometown of Harrogate and Buenos Aires.
With the rapid growth of technology many industries have had to change with the times, and Human Resources is no different.