“Does my company have suitable access to talent to ensure future business success?”
“Do we have a leading indicator of employee turnover? What is the percentage of employees at risk?”
These are the questions often raised and challenges often faced by most of the leaders and managers today. Workforce planning allows organisations to better meet the challenges of a rapidly changing economy. Participate in this workshop to learn how to use business strategy to align shifts in demand with the existing and future supply of human capital. Lastly, you will master how to optimise the workforce to meet business goals, increase market share, and improve employee engagement.
This workshop is a fun-filled and interactive learning experience. This learning simulation is based on the principle that proper workforce allocation can only be achieved based on an appropriate process landscape.
What will you learn from this workshop:
- Understand what is strategic workforce planning (SWP) and its importance in the workplace.
- Differentiate between headcount planning, operational, and strategic workforce planning.
- Gain a broad overview of how SWP is performed at the organisational level and at the business units.
- Appreciate and understand the involvement of business units in SWP and approaches for integrating business strategy and workforce planning strategy.
- Learn and apply SWP in your business units or at the organisational level using an appropriate methodology with the necessary tools and skills.
- Create an integrated strategic workforce implementation plan that outlines the strategies and actions necessary for the organisation to meet its business objectives and/or mission.
Directors, VPs, Head of Workforce Planning, Human Resource, Organisational Development, Senior Managers who are responsible for delivering or providing advice about workforce strategies, performance, planning.
Course Trainer has more than 20 years of experience in Human Resource Management and Development. Her expertise has been in Strategic HR Management, Job Redesign, Competency profiling, Talent Management, Performance Management, Organisational Development and Leadership Development. Amy’s career experiences were with companies such as AT&T Consumer Products, SGS-Thomson, Aon Asia, Nokia, Ministry of Manpower and Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games.
Before joining the Centre for Organisational Effectiveness, she was with the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) as Director, People Matters Division and Director, Labour Relations. During her tenure with MOM, she led the transformation of the People Matters Division, and strengthened the HR capability of the Ministry. As a testimony to the great strides made in raising the ministry’s HR capability, MOM received in year 2007 six awards from the Singapore Human Resources Institute for its leading HR practices in Strategic HR, Staff Communications, Talent Management & Succession Planning, and Workplace Quality. She has also played a key role in leading organisational development initiatives. Significant progress was achieved in staff engagement, resulting in Staff Engagement Index scores in 2006 and 2007 that were markedly better than the previous survey in 2004, and also much higher than the public sector norms. In addition to her People Matters role, she has also contributed to the formulation of national workplace policy & guidelines such as Fair Employment Practices and Re-Employment of Older Workers.
Course Trainer has experience in working with various organisations on strategic workforce planning and talent management. She uses her experience in human capital management and her expertise in the application of tools such as business process re-engineering, Lean Six Sigma and innovation to help organisations in their future-oriented workforce planning.
Simulation Exercise Round 1: “CHLp – We Rush to Deliver”
Simulation Exercise Round 2: “CHLp – We Rush to Deliver”
Simulation Exercise Round 3: “CHLp – We Rush to Deliver”
Interested to be part of this training?
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