Discover what it takes to succeed as
a next generation HR leader.
The HR Leaders Programme (HRLP) is dedicated to deepening the understanding of Asia-specific human capital issues in the context of disruptions that businesses in a globalising Asia are facing.
Asia’s economic trajectory presents tremendous opportunities for business growth. Crucial to the ability to harness this potential is having a well-implemented human capital strategy which proactively aligns to the business strategy, and strikes the right global-local balance, given the diversity and complexity of Asia’s regulatory and business landscape and workforce dynamics.
27 - 31 March 2017
Get in touch with us to learn how you can take advantage of our early bird discounts of up to 50%.
Access current insights from top-tier policy makers, academics and business practitioners.
Be immersed in exclusive panel discussusions , skills-based leadership coaching, cross-industry peer networks and experiential CEO and boardroom challenges.
Develop your leadership caliber through HCLI's unique approach in bringing you a rich ecosystem of perspectives, connections and voices.
Distilled from extensive research with CHROs from Western and Asian multinational corporations on their progression to the top, the HRLP is uniquely designed with a strong knowledge base to propel the development of senior HR leaders.
The Human Capital Leadership Institute (HCLI) offers the unique ability to bring together multiple perspectives and voices from business, government and academia, offering thought leadership and insights on understanding Asia, successfully doing business in Asia and its implications on leadership and human capital strategies for Asia. Through its efforts, the Institute aims to develop global leaders with a strong understanding of leading in Asia, as well as to build Asian leaders with the ability to lead on the global stage.
HCLI is a strategic alliance between the Singapore Ministry of Manpower (MOM), Singapore Economic DevelopmentBoard (EDB) and Singapore Management University (SMU).
For more information, please visit www.hcli.org