While business leaders have often expressed that people are their most important assets, they are often disappointed when it comes to the development and learning of their most important assets. They often lament that the people do not possess the skills required to cope with the business requirements or that the people are not motivated to learn.
This program aims to establish a tight connection between the investment that a company makes in training and developing its staff, and what the business really needs. Business-driven learning needs analysis helps HR and Learning professionals be connected to real business concerns and then developing an organization learning plan that is relevant, aligned and supportive of business requirements.
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to;
HR Leaders, Learning & Development leaders, Leaders and managers who have seen learning as a critical pillar of business success
Mr Kwok Hoe Choy (HC) has close to 30 years of practical, hands-on experience in leading, designing and implementing learning solutions, talent development programs, and organisation branding & employee engagement initiatives for multi-national corporations (MNCs) across Asia. Having trained thousands of professionals, managers and senior leaders across different cultures, HC is now using his experience to focus on helping build successful organisation through high performance teams.
Some of his major clients he worked with include Sanofi Pharmaceuticals (Malaysia), Abbott Laboratories (Singapore), HERE Solutions (Singapore), the mapping division of Nokia, CTC-G (Malaysia), a leading IT Solutions provider and part of ITOCHU group of Japan, EMC Computers (SEA), GoPivotal (Asia), CHEPS Asia, a third party logistics management company, UOB Bank (Singapore), IOI Loders Croklaan Asia, the world largest specialty oils & fats supplier, Hong Ming Store Singapore, the leading fabrics provider in Singapore for curtains and household use and Cocoa Boutique, Malaysia’s largest chocolate paradise.