Previous meetings held by Bank of America Merrill Lynch
The Evolution of Culture and Engagement in the Workplace
ChapmanCG hosted a lively roundtable in Singapore at Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML), which was attended by a host of regional HR leaders from DaVita, ED&F Man, JF Hillebrand, Microsoft, Monsanto, Morgan Stanley, RedMart, Schneider Electric, Standard Chartered Bank and Syngenta. The discussion centred on managing cultural change, in the context of the workplace of the future. There were a number of threads explored within this theme, and it was agreed that managing change effectively is critical if organisations are to get the right culture and levels of engagement within a workforce that is constantly evolving. The Cultural Effect…
Talent Acquisition: Can Success be Measured?
The Chapman Consulting Group co-hosted a high-energy discussion with a diverse mix of Talent Acquisition leaders at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in Singapore last week. There were leaders present from a wide range of industries and organisations, including Abbvie, Asia Capital, Ericcson, Google, Groupon, HCL, HP, Novartis, Paypal and UBS. The result was a lively debate centring on the use and benefits of technology and analytics on Talent Acquisition (TA). Talent Acquisition Leads the Way ‘Big data’ is clearly something that all organisations are grappling with at some level – where to invest, how to get a return on…
Regional HR and Staffing Leaders Meet in Hong Kong to Discuss Q4 Trends
The Chapman Consulting Group held a series of meetings with Hong Kong and APAC HR Leaders at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Bloomberg, Macquarie and Walmart in Hong Kong. The two day series included a great group of participants, including representatives from BlackRock, Deutsche Bank, Manulife, Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan, Standard Chartered Bank, and UBS. The topic focused on fourth quarter HR market trends and updates in the APAC region.
Q1/Q2 India HR Briefings by The Chapman Consulting Group Reveal Latest HR TrendsHosted by: Convergys Philips General Motors Coca-Cola Cisco Nielsen Standard Chartered Bank Bank of America Merrill Lynch Credit Suisse Shell
The Chapman Consulting Group spent a busy week with HR Leaders in three locations in India; Gurgaon, Mumbai and Bangalore this week. Our Half-Yearly HR Briefing Series for Quarter One and Two for India and Asia Pacific was hosted at the premises of many prominent companies such as Convergys, Philips, Nielsen, Coca-Cola, Shell, Credit Suisse, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Cisco, General Motors and Standard Chartered Bank. During this week-long series of HR Briefings with more than 300 HR Leaders across India, we noted the following trends: Increasingly, India is being split off from Asia Pacific or the Middle East…
Regional Banking HR Leaders Meet in Singapore
The Chapman Consulting Group and Bank of America Merrill Lynch co-hosted the latest Quarter 1 Banking HR Leaders forum today. The session was a lively and topical discussion with a great group of HR Leaders from the Banking community. Attendees included HR Leaders from Goldman Sachs, Barclays, Standard Chartered Bank, HSBC, BlackRock, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Nomura, ANZ, Credit Suisse, Julius Baer, PayPal and American Express. Matt Beath, Managing Director of BeathChapman, also joined the group to add his insight on recruitment trends outside the HR field. General observations on the current HR market in Quarter 1 were shared…
Asia Pacific Banking HR Leaders Meet in Hong Kong
The Chapman Consulting Group held its Quarter Three Asia Pacific HR Banking Leaders market update at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch offices in Hong Kong on Tuesday 30th August. The session brought together sixteen Regional HR Leaders from major financial services organisations across Asia Pacific. The discussion covered; a) how Regional HR Leaders are attracting and retaining their HR talent, and b) their observations and thoughts on the last few months of global economic change and the impact for their HR organisation. The session was led by Matthew Chapman, CEO of The Chapman Consulting Group and proved to be…
China HR Continues its Onward Trajectory
The Chapman Consulting Group co-hosted three separate gatherings for China HR Leaders last week in Shanghai. The sessions at RSA, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Nielsen, were in total attended by more than 60 HR and OD Heads. The Chapman Consulting Group also participated in Organisation Solutions’ China HR Roundtable on 25 March 2011 at the offices of SAP and joined more than 15 of China’s most high profile HR Leaders for a morning of discussion on ‘the Generation Gap’, which contrasted the implications for HR of the different generations of X, Y and Z. Below are some of…
India HR and Talent Leaders Meet in Mumbai to Discuss HR Trends Affecting South Asia
The Chapman Consulting Group was involved in five HR networking sessions in Mumbai this week, bringing together some of the highest calibre members of our HR alumni in Mumbai but also from other parts of India such as Hyderabad, Pune, Bangalore and New Delhi. Over two busy days on 20 and 21 January, The Chapman Consulting Group met with more than 100 specially invited HR Leaders and Talent Heads to share India and Asia Pacific HR information. It was a very successful two days, and it was great to connect with many of our HR friends and to welcome into…
Are Current and Future Japan HR Talent Prepared for International HR Leadership?
The Chapman Consulting Group co-hosted another series of HR roundtable discussions for select HR Heads over the last week. Japan HR leaders from high-profile multinationals in the Financial Services, Consumer Goods, Hospitality, Retail, Industrial, Technology, Media, and Life Sciences sectors met over lunch at the Japan headquarters of Syngenta, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Nikko Asset Management and Hilton Worldwide to discuss HR leadership strategies. <img src="http://res.cloudinary.com/netizn/image/upload/c_limit,h_940,w_940/t389i7u83czzhvokfcuh.jpg" alt="null" The discussions centred around the HR Director’s responsibility in building the credibility of the HR function in Japan. This credibility can only be achieved if the HR leader has the trust of…
The Chapman Consulting Group Continues to Build Profile in Hong Kong
The Chapman Consulting Group recently had a busy week in Hong Kong with a series of networking events for senior HR Practitioners over the period of 27 to 29 October. On Wednesday 27 October, we joined Organisation Solutions at the regional offices of Tiffany & Co. in Hong Kong for a two hour presentation on ‘Leadership Matters’. Regional Heads of Learning and Talent from 20 multinationals were in attendance, including representatives from companies such as Disney, Morgan Stanley, Agility, Prudential, ING and RBS. During the session, the roundtable group discussed the current definition of leadership, as well as the characteristics…