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CIPD talks about HR Global Trends with Human Resource Society (HRS) Brunei

NationalCIPD talks about HR Global Trends with Human Resource Society (HRS) Brunei

About 40 Human Resource Society (HRS) members of HR professionals from public and private sectors across the nation attended a learn and connect dialogue session presented by Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) Asia at the Rizqun International Hotel on level 4.

The event was kicked-off with opening remarks by the President and Founder of HRS, Hajah Zainab M.A. Omar who is currently the Brunei Shell Petroleum Company Sdn Bhd (BSP) Human Resource (HR) Director and Brunei Shell Joint Venture (BSJV) HR in Country.

The learn and connect was kicked off with opening remarks by the President and Founder of HRS, Hajah Zainab M.A. Omar who is currently the Brunei Shell Petroleum Company Sdn Bhd (BSP) Human Resource (HR) Director and Brunei Shell Joint Venture (BSJV) HR in Country. (Photo: HRS)

Then it was followed by an introduction to CIPD by the Business Development Manager of CIPD Asia, Lim Zuo Han, in which he expressed CIPD’s interest in collaborating with the existing HR society in Brunei to strengthen and advance the HR profession in the nation, which is aligned to one of the objectives of CIPD.

The session then continued with the main event, a dialogue session led by the Regional Head of APAC (Assoc CIPD), May Leng Kwok. The “Global Trends Keeping HR Up at Night” session focused on macro-level trends and external drivers, PESTLE factors, and how these impact businesses and HR professionals.

The main dialogue session was led by the Regional Head of APAC (Assoc CIPD), May Leng Kwok under the theme of “Global Trends Keeping HR Up at Night”. (Photo: HRS)

The dialogue revolved around how to manage change in technology advancement, practices that help sustain skills and capabilities of HR professionals whilst addressing contrasts and best practices between global and national practices to prepare better our people to be future-ready in today’s ever-changing environment. The dialogue that took place post the presentation demonstrated the passion that HR professionals in Brunei have in wanting to improve the services continuously and create positive impacts in their organisations and the nation whilst growing their capabilities towards best-in-class HR.

HRS was established on 5 June 2021, supported by BSP Social Investment in the effort to develop HR professionals’ capability in Brunei continuously. Members of the public who wish to join this society can register online via the link: https://linktr.ee/hrsociety.bn. HRS membership comprises HR practitioners and professionals passionate about organisational development. For HRS-related opportunities, HRS can be found on their social handles @hrsociety.bn on Instagram and LinkedIn and via email from hrsocietybn@gmail.com. The official HRS website will be launched in due time.

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