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Previous meetings held by EY

  • 2022 Australian Economic Outlook
    Australia Hosted by: EY

    ChapmanCG was delighted to host a highly thought-provoking HR Leaders Forum on 24 February 2022 on 2022 Australian Economic Outlook: Talent Shortages, Productivity and Employee Experience.  Our guest speakers were from EY Australia: Jo Masters, Chief Economist & Partner and Dr Juliet Andrews, Partner People Advisory Services. Their insights were very popular with over 240 HR Leaders from around Australia, New Zealand and Asia in attendance to hear the latest Australian economic outlook and new perspectives on employee experience arising as a result of labour shortages.  2022 Economic Outlook: A Jobs Rich Recovery is Not All Plain Sailing The outlook…

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  • The Growing Power of Millennials in the Inclusion Debate
    China Mainland Hosted by: GSK EY

    As a large baby boomer generation gets set to retire, inclusion of millennials and younger generations in the workplace is becoming a critical focus for HR leaders in China. China’s working population is projected to fall by 5% by 2030, and with a quarter of the population aged over 60 at that point, millennials will make up a much larger proportion of the future workforce. At a recent series of recent ChapmanCG roundtable in Beijing and Shanghai, HR leaders shared how the diversity and inclusion agenda is focusing on ‘inclusion first’ to ensure a range of generations can have an impact on…

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  • The Digital Future of HR
    Hosted by: Cisco EY

    In conjunction with Cisco and EY, ChapmanCG was delighted to host two HR Leaders Discussion Forums in Sydney on “The Future of HR”. There was great interest in this topic with HR leaders from Commonwealth Bank, Qantas, Telstra, AMP, Allianz, Goodman Fielder, Citi, QBE, JLL, Mars, Kimberly-Clark, Pepsico, Stockland, Toll, Optus, Strategy&, British American Tobacco and many other companies in attendance. Simon Terry, Chairman of Change Agents Worldwide, led a thought-provoking conversation that explored our digital future, bringing a “Hustlers, Hipsters, Hackers” lens to HR, employee experience, collaboration and many other areas. The ensuing discussion was reflective with many of…

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  • Innovations in Talent Management in Australia
    Hosted by: Campbell Arnott's EY

    In conjunction with Campbell Arnott’s and EY, The Chapman Consulting Group was delighted to host two HR Leaders Discussion Forums in Sydney on Friday 22nd May. Numerous companies were represented at the meeting including Aristocrat, Citi, Genea, IAG, IBM, Leighton Contractors, Lend Lease, Nikko Asset Management, Optus, Pfizer, Sunrice, Telstra, Vodafone, Westpac and Woolworths. These HR Leaders came together for a lively discussion on the topic: “Innovation in Talent Management: New Practices, Successful Experiments and Noble Failures.” It was clear from what people shared that many organisations were facing similar challenges in the Talent Management space. However, the extent of…

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  • APAC Regional HR Leaders in Hong Kong Discuss the Shift in Working Patterns and the Talent Review Process in Asia
    Hosted by: EY

    In March, The Chapman Consulting Group brought together a group of Regional HR Leaders at EY’s APAC headquarters in Hong Kong. The meeting was attended by twenty regional Heads of HR, including representation from American Express, Baker & McKenzie, Coach, Fossil, Ingram Micro, Maersk, Prudential, PVH, and Schneider Electric. The Intended and Unintended Consequences of Changing Working Patterns in Asia Much of the group’s discussions hinged on behavioural change, focusing on moving employees away from thinking about how much time is spent in the office, and more towards an output-based culture. Physical presence and face time are still regarded as…

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  • APAC HR Heads Meet in Hong Kong to Discuss Gender Diversity in Asia and the Best Way to Build a Graduate Programme
    Hosted by: EY

    The Chapman Consulting Group and Ernst & Young co-hosted the Q1 gathering of the Hong Kong APAC HR leader community on Monday 11th March. Over 30 HR leaders attended and there was a representative from almost every industry imaginable! We were treated to two thought provoking presentations from the Pepsico Regional Head of Talent and the APAC HR Head of Ingram Micro. There were some great follow-up discussions from the group. It was agreed that diversity is one of the hottest topics for Asian HR leaders as we look to build for the future and make sure that the growth…

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