HR Roundtable: Key dimensions of Employee Management.
Join us for HR Roundtable organized by the German Centre Beijing and German Chamber of Commerce in China - North China section.
Human Resources is one of the core functions in every company. Responsible leaders and HR managers create the basic and structural DNA of a business. They drive the business by building the essential infrastructure for the organization and they establish mechanisms for employee recruitment, employee retention, performance evaluation, conflict management, etc. In recent years, Human Resources is also addressing new areas like mental health and digitalization.
In this joint HR Roundtable organized by the German Centre Beijing and German Chamber of Commerce in China - North China section, we invite tenants of the German Centre Beijing and HR Managers of AHK member companies to participate. In two half-day sessions led by Kienbaum China you can join for free to explore the key dimensions of Human Resources and exchange experiences and advice with HR experts. We also offer time and opportunities for networking and informal exchanges.
Day 1: Thursday, 11 November 2021
- 1:00-2:15pm: Successful recruitment - Attract and Retain Talents. Out-of-the box approaches for SMEs in a competitive HR market, reach out to local talent, present companies as attractive employer, due diligence checks for new hires, engaging and retaining qualified staff
- 2:15-2:30pm: Break
- 2:30-3:45pm: Building strong and qualified teams
- 3:45-4:00pm: Break
- 4:00-5:00pm: Appropriate performance management system integrating feedback and target setting
Day 2: Friday, 12 November 2021
- 9:00-10:15am: Conflict management, e.g. among employees and between superiors and staff
- 10:15-10:30am: Break
- 10:30-11:45am: Mental health: Dealing with stress and pressure, strike good work-life balance, protect people from stress while delegating work
- 11:45-12:00pm: Summary, feedback, discussion about follow-up topics
Location: German Centre Beijing, 11F, DRC Liangmaqiao Diplomatic Office Building
Fee: Free (German Centre tenants only / HR Managers of AHK members only)
- To register please use the registration form.
- Registration deadline: Tuesday, 9 November, 6:30pm
- Limited Capacity - first come, first serve
Ms. Kammy Kwang, Managing Director Greater China at Kienbaum
Kammy has been a business leader in the HR management field for over 25 years, of which she spent last 20 years leading the business operations in Greater China and North Asia. As an HR Consultant, she partners with clients to accelerate the development journey of their people’s through assessment, delivering feedback and coaching. As an entrepreneur, she supports clients in critical business stage like start up, ramp-up and turn around through hiring, training, diagnosis and mentoring.
Ms. Rita Malvones, Executive Coach
Rita is an Executive Coach, Trainer, and Advisor, focused on performance improvement. Her clients include MNCs, SMEs and entrepreneurs. She partners with clients to create bespoke solutions to deliver improved profitability, efficiency, and team dynamics. She is a certified Executive Coach (ACC), trainer, and facilitator. Her career has included supply chain, strategy, and procurement leadership roles at Ford Motor Company, Colgate, Palmolive and Unilever.
Ms. Melissa Lim, Independent Consultant
Melissa has over 10 years consulting experience inleadership, team development and talent assessment. As a facilitator, she hasled a wide repertoire of leadership modules covering communication skills, interpersonal relationships, change management, performance management, leadership functions. In the area of talent assessment, she has delivered assessment centres for mid and senior executives. Melissa also facilitates feedback and development discussions.
Mr. Jochen Tenhagen (Moderator)
Managing Director at German Centre for Industry and Trade Beijing
Mr. Rene Bernard
Regional Membership Manager Beijing & Tianjin at German Chamber of Commerce in China - North China
- German Centre Beijing
- German Chamber of Commerce in China - North China