Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Professional Talent and Human Capital Development Program


Tuition Free” International Residential
Professional Talent and Human Capital
Development Program

… open to participants from VietnamMalaysiaSingapore,
PhilippinesIndonesia 
and China
to meet in 
PenangMalaysia.

Venue: B-Suite Hotel, 
PenangMalaysia
Date: 07 – 13 July, 2012

Distinguished Talent HR Trainers/ Consultants:

EDS Professional Talent and Human Capital Development Program includes:
07 July, 2012: Advanced Seminar on Talent Management 
                      - Strategic Talent Acquisition
08 July, 2012: Advanced Seminar on Talent Management  
                      - Strategic Talent Retention

09 July, 2012: Advanced Seminar on Leadership and 
                     Organizational Behavior (Part 1)

10 July, 2012: Advanced Seminar on Leadership and 
                      Organizational Behavior (Part 2)

11 July, 2012: Field Study - Penang World Heritage City Tour

12 July, 2012: Advanced Seminar on Human Capital 
                     Development - Design and Analyses

13 July, 2012: Advanced Seminar on Human Capital 
                     Development - Assessment & Management|



Pathway to MBA and PhD in Management                                 
 Participants completing elements of the EDS Professional THCD Program (Talent & Human Capital Development Program) earn credits applicable toward the MBA in HRM and PhD in Management offered by Ifugao State University, Philippines and Akamai University, USA.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW                                                               
In a business environment where the only constant is change, all firms face a profound challenge: How do you leverage your human capital to gain competitive advantage? This program examines the strategic impact of human resources and delivers dynamic frameworks that enable your organization to quickly adapt to changing conditions and seizes new opportunities as they emerge.

Managers today must be effective and simultaneously monitoring current performance, managing incremental innovation, and leading more revolutionary or discontinuous change efforts. The EDS International Professional Talent and Human Capital Development (THCD) Program explores how to manage this delicate balancing act by emphasizing methods to align HR and Talent Management strategy with the overall business strategy.

EDS Professional THCD Program is led by experienced leaders in the field and designed to help human resource professionals to acquire the latest Talent Management, Human Capital Development and HR knowledge, methods, and skills needed to meet the challenges of today's changing workplace and workforce. Whether you want to develop effective management skills, seek professional advancement, or gain professional recognition, this program will provide the hands-on skills to empower you in your career. 

OBJECTIVES                                                                                  
 Upon completion of this special program, participants will be able:
   • To align the HR function to the business unit and the corporate
     strategy.
   • To re-brand HR as strategic function within the organization.
   • To avoid costly mistakes when hiring and dealing with HR issues.
   • To understand the relationship between leadership and
     organizational culture.

 SEMINAR FEE is “FREE”                                                            
 Participants need to pay US$690 to cover the following expenses:
   • 9 days and 8 nights hotel accommodation at B-Suite Hotel in
     twin-sharing,
   • Single occupancy accommodation available upon request at
     USD900
   • Breakfast and lunch during the seminar,
   • Transport provided to and fro Penang Airport for participants,
   • Welcome dinner and fellowship night,
   • One day Penang World Heritage City Tour,
   • Lecture guides, training materials, and stationery,
   • Certificate of Participants,
   • Professional fees for trainers / lecturers,

SPOUSES ARE WELCOME
Participant need to pay additional US$390 to cover the following expenses for spouse:
   • Sharing room with spouse for 9 days and 8 nights at B-Suite Hotel,
   • Breakfast and lunch during the seminar,
   • Transport provided to and fro Penang Airport for spouse,
   • Welcome dinner and fellowship night,
   • Penang World Heritage City Tour,

Timetable for International Residential THCD Program                 
Saturday, 07 July 2012 
09am – 10am: Opening Ceremony and Group Photo taking
10am – 05pm: Advanced Seminar on Talent Management
                      - Strategic Talent Acquisition
06pm – 09pm: EDS Welcoming Dinner

Sunday, 08 July 2012 
09am – 05pm: Advanced Seminar on Talent Management
                      – Strategic Talent Retention
07pm – 10pm: Evening outing, visit Queensbay Mall, Penang’s largest
                      shopping mall

Monday, 09 July, 2011 
09am – 05pm: Advanced Seminar on Leadership and Organizational
                      Behavior (Part 1)
07pm – 09pm: Assignment Counseling Session and Enquiries on EDS
                      Programs

Tuesday, 10 July, 2011 
09am – 05pm: Advanced Seminar on Organizational Behavior (Part 2) 
05pm – 09pm: Free and Easy

Wednesday, 11 July, 2011 
09am – 03pm: Field Study and Penang World Heritage City Tour
03pm – 09pm: Free and Easy

Thursday, 12 July, 2011 
09am – 05pm: Advanced Seminar on Human Capital Development
                      - Design and Analyses
07pm – 10pm, Free and Easy

Friday, 13 July, 2011 
09am – 05pm: Advanced Seminar on Human Capital Development
                      – Assessment and Management
05pm – 06pm: Closing Ceremony & Certificate Presentation

EDS CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT                                    
EDS Certificate of Achievement in Professional Talent and Human Capital Development Program will be awarded upon fulfilling the following conditions:
·      Participants must attend each module in a punctual manner, remain in 
     attendance for the full duration of each module, dress appropriately 
     (short pants and slippers not permitted), and comply with the directions 
     and expectations of the instructor during each session.
This Certificate will be evidence of your personal and professional development.


EDS International Professional Talent and Human Capital Development Program 
consists of following modules:Sat & Sun, 07 – 08 July 2012 
2 Days Advanced Seminar on 
Talent Management via Strategic Talent Acquisition and Retention 
(Facilitated by: Prof. Dr. Lee Karling)

The phrase ‘the war for talent’ was devised by McKinsey and Company in 1997, and has today become a buzz word for progressive organizations keen on building, maintaining, and enhancing their pool of talented and high achieving employees. Over the next 20 years, the biggest challenge for these progressive organizations would be on how to attract, retain, build, and improve these talents to drive organization performance. Unfortunately, although talk is rife, reality is totally different.

 Many organizations are still unprepared to invest (financially, generally, but also mentally) in activities that are necessary to nurture and groom these top performers to go beyond their limitations. Some organizations opined that just merely pumping in money to buy talent would be adequate, and go into shock when the talents purchased falls flat on expectations! What went wrong?

This workshop will provide information and strategies required to attract, build, retain, and enhance existing talent to move them to a higher level so to ensure continuous performance at the highest possible level. However, it MUST be understood that talent management is NOT the sole responsibility of HR, but, for Talent management to be effective, ALL line management must be held accountable.

Delivery Methodologies: Lecture, group discussions, hands-on analyses

Course Objectives: 
At the end of the workshop, the participants will be able to:
    1. Provide information on what talent management is and the
        reasons for organizations to focus on talent management
    2. Know the areas required for effective talent management
    3. Have In-depth awareness, knowledge, and understanding of the
       strategies available for ensuring effective talent management based
       on the key areas.
    4. Appreciate the value and importance of employer branding in
        winning the war for talent

Mon & Tue: 9 – 10 July 2012 
2 Days Advanced Seminar on 
Leadership and Organizational Behavior                                      
(Facilitated by: Prof. Dr. Serafin Ngohayon)

Human resources comprise the most important element of an organization since it is the people within that make the organization run, perform and achieve its goals. The increase or loss of capital resources, the maximum utilization or destruction of the equipments or material resources and the maximum use or disuse of technology are all dependent on the people managing/ handling them. The direction of the organization is determined and delivered by the navigators of the organization- the people assets.

Hence, the task of the leader/manager is to harness the potential of each and every member of the organization, to elicit dedication and commitment among them, and to guide or lead them to desired goals. The direct relation of employee performance and motivation has well been proven, as seen when well-motivated employees bring the organization to success while the reverse, its doom. To emerging leaders, the knowledge, understanding and the implementation of the dynamics of human behavior will ensure the success of an organization, business or even personal undertakings.

This course covers the entire dynamics of human behavior in organization. Specifically, it will tackle how human behaviors are formed, exhibited and how they impact on the overall performance of an organization as it strives to reach its desired state. Employee motivation, theories and models of motivation will be discussed vis-à-vis the organization’s development direction. Leadership and supervisory behavior will be expounded as the main catalyst of an organization’s development. Organizational Development as a holistic tool of instituting development initiatives in an organization by harnessing the behavior of people will be highlighted to challenge students, leaders and would be leaders to give importance on human behavior in organization.

Course Objectives: 
At the end of the course, the students should have:
    1. Gained a deeper and wider understanding on the dynamics of
        human behavior in organizations;
    2. Known and internalized how human behavior in organizations are
        shaped and influenced by the factors within the organization and
        vice versa;
    3. Improved their knowledge, skills and competence as leaders
        Human resources comprise the most important element of an
        organization since it is the people within that make the
        organization run, perform and achieve its goals.

Thursday, 12 July 2012 
1 Day Advanced Seminar on 
Human Capital Development - Design and Analyses                      
(Facilitated by: Prof. Dr. Lee Karling)

When organizations flounder within the global business environment, many begin to realize that the internal human capital pool is inadequately developed to meet the challenges of the millennium. This is because when the economy goes into recession, human capital development will often be required to take the back seat as the organization focuses on cost-cutting measures. Unfortunately, such strategy will often lead to an even faster downward spiral for the organization as human capital development is even more crucial during recession.

Course Objective
The objective of the module is to provide the tools to HR Professionals to allow them to analyze performance gaps in order to facilitate the development of human capital

Delivery Methodologies: Lecture, group discussions, hands-on analyses

Brief Module Content:
• Understanding the need for Human Capital Development
• Using appropriate tools for identifying human capital development
  needs – the use of performance gap analyses (Previous term: TNA)
• Providing the HR Professional with the right tools for conducting the
  performance gap analyses – to determine whether a training or
  non-training solution is required
• Understanding the human capital development cycle for short-term
  and long-term learning and retention
• The design of annual development plan focusing on three types of
  competencies: core, tasks, and generic
• Scheduling of human capital development activities to cater to
  organization needs

Friday, 13 July 2012 
1 Day Advanced Seminar on 
Human Capital Development Assessment and Management    
(Facilitated by: Dr. Lee Karling)


One of the oft-cited reasons for management and HR practitioners in general to shift the focus of the organization away from effective and relevant human development activities is the lack of assessment to provide evidence of the effectiveness and contribution of the human capital development endeavor. Consequently, HCD is not being given appropriate attention, thereby leading to a lack of talent pool for many organizations. A strong competency-based organization would be more appreciative of the value of HCD as the use of appropriate measuring and assessment tools can assist organizations in achieving more effective ways of recouping the investment in its human capital.

Objective: this module follows through from Module 5 to provide the tools required for assessing the effectiveness of human capital development strategies and to allow the HR Professional to better management the strategic development of human capital

Delivery Methodologies: Facilitation, group discussions, development of appropriate tools via practical exercises

Brief Module Content: 
• Differentiating the tools for human capital development – the use of
  training, coaching, mentoring, and facilitating
• Determining the need for the assessment of human capital
  development
• Recognizing differences between formative and summative
  assessments – using both
• Summative assessment: Kirkpatrick’s Model VS Others
• Understanding the step-by-step assessment of human capital
  development endeavors using Kirkpatrick’s model
• Learning the other methods of assessments: DOE


FOR FURTHER DETAILS ON: 
THCD Program Brochure >>> Click Here 
THCD Program Registration Form >>> Click Here

For further information and registration, kindly contact our Official Representatives in your Country or EDS Head Office in Penang, Malaysia 


EDS BUSINESS SCHOOL 
We Teach The Future Today 
48 Lorong Kurau 17, Chai Leng Park, 13700 Prai, Penang, Malaysia.
Tel: +604-398 4306, 390 1396     Fax : +604-390 9766
Email: eds.biz.school@gmail.com
Website: www.eds2u.blogspot.com

Prof. Dr. Nelson T. Binag, 
EDS International Consultant (Philippines)
Tel: +639089583837      Email: ntbinag@gmail.com

Prof. Dr. Ben Lee, 
President and Founder (Malaysia)
Tel: +60164462200       Email: eds.biz.school@gmail.com

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