The journey to creating a continuous learning culture in organisations begins when leaders themselves take the initiative to do so.
In order to maintain competitiveness in a highly-transient talent community, support from senior management is integral for employees to be inspired and motivated to keep developing their core competencies further.
“Senior leaders, by being involved in learning and development of their teams, themselves build growth and capability, and drive innovation and change through learning,” says Wei-Ling Poon, head of learning and development for Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand and Taiwan, at Samsung Asia.
“They are relentless on not wasting a single moment of their managers and teams, to focus on discovering more about their customers, markets and competitive capabilities, and to keep transforming.”
Poon will be sharing her insights on coming up with the best learning and development policies in Asia as a panelist at Employee Effectiveness 2014.
Join her and other senior HR practitioners in this two day conference, as they uncover the latest L&D trends and confront the most pressing training challenges within the region.
For more information on the event, or to enquire about attending, speaking or sponsoring, please visit http://www.ee2014.com/.
Employee Effectiveness 2014 will be held from 18-19 June, 2014, at PARKROYAL on Beach Road in Singapore.