This HR governance workshop provides a framework for managing human resources in a way that is consistent with legal, ethical, and social standards.

Introduction

HR governance, which serves as an execution governance layer of an organization’s overall Corporate Governance, is vital to ensure that the organization’s people managers make decisions in line with organizational policies design, guidelines, philosophies, risk management, local legal requirements, and cultural norms – such as diversity and inclusion resource management.

Companies management needs to be convinced that effective HR governance can add value, and should put in place necessary HR structures and processes that support the completeness and implementation of overall corporate governance values and the standards of acceptable practices staff and business conduct that require structured and formal business communication throughout the organization. These include deploying the internal whistle-blow programme, patents and data protection practices, and crisis management.

Course Details: 

Objectives

• Explain how to develop HR Governance as a part of Corporate Governance and Corporate Strategy.

• Explain the principles and elements of HR Governance.

• Align HR’s role and responsibilities of developing the HR Governance in relation to external agency stakeholders, the Board and the company's top executive management of the local context.

• Relate the three core elements and the guiding principles of HR Governance – Risk Management, Stakeholder Management and Performance Management (Compliance) – to the business operations with the use of People Analytics in HR.

• Explain the HR Governance Implementation that is based on: M&A Effectiveness (C&B due diligence & policies), Risk Mitigation (Reward programmes and Incentives alignment) (Case Examples).

Outline

• Principles and elements of HR Governance and its generic framework (HR System and Data Management)

• Introduction to Corporate Governance & HR Governance

• HR Governance development and its guiding policies

• HR Governance Scope (Roles, Responsibilities, Commitment & Accountability) with reference to local context practices

• HR Governance role, responsibilities, and Board Relations management

• HR Governance strategy and Leadership

• HR Governance aligns with overall organizational strategies (Structure & Strategy)

• HR Governance development of three core elements and the guiding policies – Stakeholder Management; Risk/Crisis Management & Performance Management (Compliance)

• HR Governance initiatives (such as Ethics, Code of Conduct, Data Protection etc)

• HR Governance Implementation (with Business Cases Sharing and Practices)

Who should attend

• Senior HR Executives, HR Managers and HR Directors and those in strategic HR positions.

Trainer

William Toh has an extensive working experience in China since 1992 and having more than 25 years of working experience which covered areas including Education, Business Development, General Management, Human Resource Management, Leadership & Talent Development, Service Quality & Excellence and Sales Management.

William has served in leading companies in the areas of business consultation, general management and HR management working experiences which include AstraZeneca (Shanghai), Beecham SmithKline (now known as GSK, Singapore), Cisco (China), General Electric (Asia Pacific), HP (Singapore), IBM-Lotus Dev. (APAC), ITE (Singapore), Lenovo (Beijing), Legend-AOL (Beijing), Lotus Supermarket (China); Merchant Bank (Shenzhen), Motorola (South Asia, China), Philips (Singapore, China), Singapore Telecommunication (Singapore), SITA (Asia Pacific), Siemens (Singapore), Statschippac (Asia) and Standard Chartered Bank (Shanghai).

His previous HR & Services related roles included SVP, Corporate Development, VP, Nationwide HR&A (China); Director, Service Excellence; Director, OD &HR Services; Director, Corporate Leadership; Manager, HR Services (AP Regional); Manager, Sales Training Management; and Section Manager, HR & Training. His recent HR achievements include the successful implementation of the new labour contract and trade union setup at Lotus Supermarket (China)'s corporate head-office and across its 32 cities across North, South, South-west and East regions of China. Besides, he having assisted a local Chinese labour law firm-HR Laboroot (Shanghai) to publish a new labour contract law book.

William is a member of the Singapore Institute of Directors (SID) and attained the SID’s Executive Certificate in Directorship. He is also a member of the Project Management Institute (USA) since 2001. William is currently one of the trainers for HRSINGAPORE's Certified Human Resource Business Partner (CHRBP) Course.

William holds a MSc.in HRM, MBA (International Business), a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Diploma in Training and Management Development. He is also certified as a DISC assessor, 6-Sigma Transactional (Black-Belt), Global Sales Facilitator (IBM Global Sales), Education Vocational Instructor National Certification (VITC, Singapore), Leadership Development (GE, Crotonville) and a certified Performance Management & Empowered Workforce (Interactive Management) facilitator.

Administrative Details:

Scheduled Dates

•  23 August 2024  (Face-to-Face)  (New!)

Duration / Venue

• One day

• 9 am to 5:30 pm

• Hotel seminar room

Certification

A Certificate of Attendance will be awarded at the end of the course.

 

Cost

• S$ 566.80 w/GST (S$520.00) for Community/Corporate

• S$ 599.50 w/GST (S$550.00) for Non-Subscriber

Refreshment

• Coffee & tea with snacks during the morning and afternoon breaks

• Lunch will be provided

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