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How Can HR Business Partners Stand Out?

Over the past few years, we’ve seen the role of an HR Leader change and develop with the evolving needs of business.

New technologies have taken over traditional admin tasks, allowing leaders to expand their scope, incorporating new, alternative solutions into talent building and more company-wide issues.

Our latest video features leading members of ChapmanCG discussing these developments and how they can help you stand out as a valuable business partner.

 

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Key Contributors:

Georgie Chong

Director

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Georgie Chong

Director

Georgie is a Director with ChapmanCG and is based in Singapore. With more than 15 years of experience in executive recruitment, she works with the team to identify high-calibre HR talent across the Asia Pacific region.

Prior to joining ChapmanCG, Georgie held senior management positions at various international search firms. From 2006 to 2009, she was based in Shanghai where she double-hatted as General Manager and Head of the HR practice group. In her earlier life, Georgie spent time in the financial services sector where she led the Singapore/Asia businesses for well-known international companies. Georgie started her career as a journalist in the energy markets.

A disciplined and focused individual, Georgie is an avid reader and exercises regularly. She counts the analysis of financial statements as a hobby and continues to travel extensively.

EA Registration Number: R1105148 Licence Number: 08S3543
Katherine Qu

Managing Director

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Katherine Qu

Managing Director

Katherine Qu is a Managing Director based in Singapore. Since joining ChapmanCG in 2014, she has worked with the team across APAC and around the world to identify the top HR talent across Greater China, Singapore, SEA and APAC.

Before joining us, Katherine ran her own executive search business in Beijing focusing on senior executive roles for leading Chinese companies in the consumer, healthcare and real estate industries. She has also held positions with Hudson and Charterhouse Partnership leading the Healthcare practice and HR function respectively. Katherine’s corporate experience has spanned many different sectors with global leaders such as PepsiCo, Pfizer and Lenovo.

Born in China and educated in both China and the United States, Katherine achieved her Master of Business Administration from the University of Maryland. She has worked in China, Singapore and the United States and speaks both Mandarin and English fluently.

EA Registration Number: R1220091 Licence Number: 08S3543

Latest Articles by Katherine

Future of Work 3 April 2022

Navigating the New Normal: Accelerating Leadership Success in Asia

A People & Culture Lab

Katherine Qu
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HR Trends 20 December 2021

Spotlight on China

The Chinese economy experienced astonishing growth in the last few decades that catapulted the country to become…

Steve BrownKatherine QuBen DaviesKalkin Cao
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ChapmanCG News 17 November 2021

Global HR Update Q4 2021

Our final Global HR Update for 2021 features the year’s hottest topics and trends for…

ChapmanCG
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Diversity and Inclusion 13 September 2021

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion – A Journey of Discovery

Most leading high-performing businesses (large and small) already have strong DE&I programs. Consider the fact…

Katherine QuJen Balfour
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Global HR Updates 25 August 2021

Global HR Update Q3 2021

In this edition of ChapmanCG’s Global HR Update, we call out the latest HR trends around…

ChapmanCG
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Diversity and Inclusion 2 June 2021

Revisiting HR Priorities in Times of Change

In 2016, we published the much-viewed Five Areas of Interest for Today’s HR Leader. Only…

Steve Brown
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ChapmanCG News 28 December 2020

A look back at top articles from 2020

The Top 5 Trends in German HR in the 2020s The HR trends shaping work…

ChapmanCG
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Culture & Business Transformation 15 September 2020

Emotionally Intelligent Leadership (And Why We Need It)

Undoubtedly, effective leadership is critical for achieving business goals and building a healthy and sustainable…

Steve BrownKatherine Qu
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Future of Work 29 June 2020

How COVID-19 has Impacted the Workplace Norm in China

With the rise of COVID-19, the world found itself in uncharted territory amid a global…

Katherine Qu
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Talent Development 14 January 2020

What Should You Consider for Your Next HR Move?

When considering the next move in your HR career, be sure to take a long-term…

Nathalie Hinrichsen
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Stephanie Nash

Executive Advisor

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Global Management

Stephanie Nash

Executive Advisor

Stephanie Nash is an Executive Advisor with ChapmanCG based in Singapore. She also co-founded Thrive HR Exchange with Matt Chapman, a partnership with Thrive Global Asia Pacific and Monash University which supports the global HR community with wellbeing at the core.

Stephanie has more than two decades’ experience as a human resources leader working across the United States, Asia, Australia and South America. During this time, she has served in senior HR roles for Fortune 500 companies, including Chief People Officer at RedMart, Vice President of Human Resources Asia-Pacific at Allergen, Senior Director Human Resources Asia Pacific at Microsoft, and Group Manager, Human Resources, Base Metals at BHP. Stephanie is currently the Chief People Officer for Circles.Life, which is the world’s first fully digital telco, revolutionising the industry by giving power back to customers.

Throughout her career, she has worked across a range of industries, business units, functional areas and geographies in local, multi-country and global capacities.

Stephanie is originally from the United States and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Management from Syracuse University and a Diploma in Human Resources Management from the University of California, Berkeley.

EA Registration Number: R198542 Licence Number: 08S3543
Steve Brown

Regional Managing Director - Asia Pacific

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Steve Brown

Regional Managing Director - Asia Pacific

As the Regional Managing Director – Asia Pacific at ChapmanCG, Steve Brown finds exceptional Chief People Officer level talent (and their direct reports) for a broad range of clients including complex multinationals going through transformation and growth, to smaller and leaner organisations looking for contemporary and innovative people and culture solutions.

Steve has enjoyed an exciting and meaningful career journey of over two decades in the executive search and talent industry, having lived and worked in the UK, Australia, Singapore, mainland China, and Hong Kong SAR. He has a successful track record including delivering multiple high-profile HR searches both at C-level (group and global) and regional, across various industry sectors.

Steve is also a member of the executive committee at ChapmanCG, responsible for leading our world-class consulting team based across Asia Pacific. His team are located in mainland China, Hong Kong SAR, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Southeast Asia, and Australia.

Professionally, he is passionate about fostering long-term partnerships with HR influencers and CEOs to help organisations build diverse teams and inclusive workplaces, which ultimately drive innovation and high-performance.

EA Registration Number: R1216206 Licence Number: 08S3543 (SG) EA License 66251 (HK)

Latest Articles by Steve

Global HR Updates 28 December 2021

Top Articles of 2021

As 2021 finishes and we start to look into 2022, we reflect on some of…

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ChapmanCG News 23 December 2021

2021 – A Year of Contrasts

Steve Brown, Managing Director APAC 2021 enjoyed a remarkable rebound from the challenges of the…

Steve BrownStefanie Cross-WilsonTim Spriggs
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HR Trends 20 December 2021

Spotlight on China

The Chinese economy experienced astonishing growth in the last few decades that catapulted the country to become…

Steve BrownKatherine QuBen DaviesKalkin Cao
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ChapmanCG News 30 November 2021

Ageism in the Workplace

In partnership with the Center for Creative Leadership and Thrive HR Exchange, ChapmanCG recently led…

Steve Brown
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ChapmanCG News 17 November 2021

Global HR Update Q4 2021

Our final Global HR Update for 2021 features the year’s hottest topics and trends for…

ChapmanCG
Read
Diversity and Inclusion 2 June 2021

Revisiting HR Priorities in Times of Change

In 2016, we published the much-viewed Five Areas of Interest for Today’s HR Leader. Only…

Steve Brown
Watch
ChapmanCG News 12 May 2021

Global HR Update Q2 2021

The future of work is a consistent theme in our conversations with HR contacts around…

ChapmanCG
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Culture & Business Transformation 14 April 2021

Redefining the Employee Experience for Today’s Workforce

The past few months have seen the world separated by travel bans and social distancing…

Steve Brown
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Future of Work 20 January 2021

The Open Talent Market

Schneider Electric is Revolutionising the Future of Work.

Steve Brown
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ChapmanCG News 28 December 2020

A look back at top articles from 2020

The Top 5 Trends in German HR in the 2020s The HR trends shaping work…

ChapmanCG
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Vargin Yeke

Managing Director

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Vargin Yeke

Managing Director

Vargin Yeke is a Managing Director with ChapmanCG based in Singapore. He works to identify first-class HR talent across the ASEAN region and internationally with a key focus on senior HR appointments in Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam across all sectors.

Vargin began his executive search career in 2007 in the UK, where he successfully led teams across various industry sectors, eventually specialising in Human Resources. Originally from Istanbul, he has lived and worked in Turkey, the UK, Thailand and Singapore.

An international-level water polo player and coach, Vargin has represented his club and country in multiple competitions in Europe for over 10 years. He is now a keen triathlete and a qualified triathlon coach with multiple podium finishes across APAC. Vargin holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Translation & Interpretation from Bilkent University in Ankara, Turkey.

EA Registration Number: R1652680 Licence Number: 08S3543

Latest Articles by Vargin

Talent Development 22 June 2020

Inspiring a Learning Culture for Future Generations

Learning and Development is ever evolving, with the days of ‘classroom’ only learning long behind…

Vargin Yeke
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Global HR Updates 29 April 2020

Global HR Update Q2 2020

We are seeing the HR profession going through substantial change as a result of the…

Nathalie Hinrichsen
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Well-being 23 April 2020

Well-Being at Work (Wherever That Might Be)

The concept of well-being at work has been rapidly growing in importance over the past…

Steve Brown
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Talent Acquisition 25 November 2019

How Are Talent Acquisition and Employer Branding Evolving

Talent Acquisition and Employer Branding is evolving. Up for debate is how HR leaders are…

ChapmanCG
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Talent Development 28 October 2019

How Can HR Leaders Position Themselves as True Business Leaders

How should HR leaders position themselves as true business leaders? Our ChapmanCG team have considered…

ChapmanCG
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Talent Development 25 September 2019

Shifting Talent Requirements for HR Teams

Data and analytics are being used not only to inform business decisions, but in the…

Nathalie Hinrichsen
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Talent Development 5 September 2019

How Can HR Business Partners Stand Out?

Our latest video features leading members of ChapmanCG discussing how they can help HR leaders…

ChapmanCG
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Talent Development 15 July 2019

Talent Dynamics in Thailand and Southeast Asia

Foreign businesses continue to be attracted by Thailand’s strategic position between China and India and…

Vargin Yeke
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Future of Work 10 July 2019

What Will Be the Biggest Disruptors for HR in the Future?

Based on our business knowledge and our conversations with HR leaders, the ChapmanCG team, including…

ChapmanCG
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Talent Acquisition 9 June 2019

The Future of Work: Becoming Tomorrow’s Employer of Choice

The future of work shows that tomorrow's employer of choice will be flexible and a…

ChapmanCG
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