Human Resources Management & Talent Management
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Last updated: December 12, 2017 at 4:12 am Singapore Time Zone UTC/GMT +8 hours



Thanks a lot for visiting my professional website. This website is about Talent Scouting, Human Resource Management, Talent Management, Learning & Development, Organizational Development, Change Management, Digital Transformation, Psychology, and Neuropsychology. Regional Asia Pacific/Europe, Europe & Global. If you click on my Linkedin profile, you’ll see that I’ve been doing what I do for a relatively long time, but I still have much to learn, we all have. Along the way, I’ve balanced various roles within leadership, talent management, and human management. I’m lucky to be in many projects and initiatives around the world. There’s a consistent mission in all of this: “to shape a better day with more fun, and a richer life’s conception of the full amount of humanity.” I trust you’ll find something to interest you here. Kindly feel free to come back often, the site is updated on a daily basis. It’s a magnificent idea to be connected on Twitter, so click and connect! 


Topics we work on:

  • Shaped a strategic developing plan with a focus on engaging senior management in the development;
  • Be sure the company and HR always can be trusted;
  • Make sure the company fulfills the qualifications of being honest;
  • Joined the board’s talent and compensation committee overseeing employee satisfaction, workforce engagement, benefits and compensation, and diversity;
  • Define ahead of time the value that is expected using qualitative as well as quantitative factors;
  • Make sure the CEO and the group executive understand better what the manager needs to do to outperform the competition in the heat of battle;
  • Focus on the gap between a leader’s talents and the job requirements. Identify gaps in competencies/skills and behavior via HR Business Partners.


Some of the key slides for the new Human Resources Management plan for the humanitarian organisation WeDoOurBest.


“Never hold discussions with the monkey when the organ grinder is in the room.”

— Sir Winston Churchill








Singapore Opens T4 A New, High-tech Airport TerminalPTI | 31-10-2017 01:19 pmSingapore's Changi Airport opened a cutting-edge terminal on Tuesday with a fully automated check-in system  including facial scanning and computerised baggage drop points, but some passengers struggled with the new technology.Terminal 4, built at a cost of Sgd $985 million (US$723 million), will have an annual capacity of 16 million people and is aimed at coping with an expected increase in passenger numbers through one of Asia's top travel hubs.It is packed with new technology, meaning passengers should in theory be able to check in and board without having to talk to airport staff.On its first day of operations, more than 100 passengers arrived in the morning to take the inaugural service out — a Cathay Pacific flight to Hong Kong.But not everyone managed to get to grips with the self check-in machines, forcing travellers to use counters manned by airport staff instead."I think it'll take a while for people and systems to get used to it," Loh K Ling, who tried to use two self-service machines before giving up and going to a manned counter, according to agencies. Source: Singapore opens T4 a new, high-tech airport terminal - Republic

SINGAPORE: Travellers across Southeast Asia may now book a Grab ride to the airport via the Singapore Airlines (SIA) mobile app, the two companies announced on Wednesday (Oct 3). In a joint media release, Grab and SIA said they were integrating their apps to make travelling more convenient for ... Go to Source Author: SG Date: 3rd October 2017, 16:00

“I’ll never forget the sound. The sound of metal crunching,” says George Larson, a passenger on Indian Airlines Flight 440 from Chennai (Madras) to New Delhi in 1973. It was 22:30 – pitch black outside. A storm was raging, and the plane was flying low. The rear end slammed into the ground first. Larson was thrown from his seat. Meanwhile, the plane kept moving. Electric cables sparked and fellow passengers screamed as the fuselage began to split in half. The next thing Larson knew he was awake, lying on his back on some wreckage. He tried to move his legs, but he was stuck. Soon there was an explosion as the heat ignited fuel tanks by the wings. Source: BBC - Future - What not to do in a disaster


At this critical juncture in the conflict in the Syrian city of Aleppo, the international medical humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) today expressed outrage over the unremitting violence directed against civilians and the unresponsiveness of those who can stop it.MSF called on all warring parties to abide by their obligation to protect civilians in both the besieged areas and in areas newly taken over by the Syrian government.All negotiations to secure access by the United Nations (UN) and other groups—including MSF—to provide humanitarian assistance in the besieged areas of eastern Aleppo have failed. In most cases, people were not provided the chance to flee.It has also proven impossible to evacuate patients, resupply hospitals, and provide much needed aid to those who remain trapped. All parties concerned were and are responsible for this failure, MSF said. Source: Syria: All Sides Must Spare Civilians Trapped in Aleppo | MSF USA

The only specialised paediatric hospital in besieged east Aleppo has come under attack for the second time since airstrikes resumed on 15 November, destroying three floors and leaving it out of service. Three other hospitals have also taken direct hits, resulting in casualties among staff and patients and leaving two key surgical hospitals and the largest general hospital out of service.“This is a dark day for east Aleppo. The severity of the bombing has inflicted huge damage on the few hospitals working around the clock to provide medical care,” says Teresa Sancristoval, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) emergency coordinator. “The attacks have destroyed entire hospitals, electric generators, emergency rooms and wards, forcing them to stop all medical activities. It is not only MSF that condemns indiscriminate attacks on civilians or civilian infrastructure, including hospitals, but also humanitarian law. The message is simple and I don´t know how to say it any louder: stop bombing hospitals.” Source: Syria: Multiple direct and indirect hits on hospitals in east Aleppo in the last 48 hours | Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) International

Dozens of children who had to spend the night in a partially demolished migrant camp in Calais were loaded onto buses Friday to be taken to temporary accommodation elsewhere in France, aid groups said. Having failed to register with French authorities this week, they had no right to access a shipping container complex at the site where 1,500 registered children are staying while they wait to see if they can go to Britain. Confusion continued into Friday afternoon, when buses finally arrived outside the camp to pick up the stranded minors, as well as some adults who also remained, charity Care4Calais said.It wasn't clear whether all the unregistered children have now left The Jungle, nor where they were being taken. Source: Calais 'Jungle': Stranded children bussed from camp -

Kewon Potts was beaming broadly as he flung open the door to his “fitting room” and stepped out in a new suit that perfectly fit his broad torso. “OOOOHs” and “AAAAHs” greeted the Navy vet, who hopes to get back into the job market after some tough years since leaving the military.  “Looking sharp, man!” someone called. The “fitting room” from which Potts stepped forth was actually an office of Save-a-Suit, a nonprofit foundation in Connecticut that was giving free suits, dress shirts and ties.. Source: Foundation Helps Vets "Dress for Success" in Job Interviews | Psychology Today




Simon Sinek (@simonsinek) – has a simple but powerful model for inspirational leadership — Starting with a golden circle and the question “Why?” His examples include Apple, Martin Luther King, and the Wright brothers,


Simon Sinek (@simonsinek) created a simple model, The Golden Circle, that codifies what makes the most inspiring people and organizations so successful and influential. Beginning as a student in anthropology, Simon Sinek turned his fascination with people into a career of convincing people to do what inspires them. Through his struggle to rediscover his excitement about life and work, he made some profound realizations and began helping his friends and their friends to find their “why” — at first charging just $100, person by person.

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With help from some surprising footage, Derek Sivers explains how movements really get started. (Hint: it takes two.)



Social psychologist Amy Cuddy: Body language affects how others see us, but it may also change how we see ourselves. Social psychologist Amy Cuddy shows how “power posing” — standing in a posture of confidence, even when we don’t feel confident.

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Neuroscientist Neil Burgess: How do you remember where you parked your car? How do you know if you’re moving in the right direction? Neuroscientist Neil Burgess studies the neural mechanisms that map the space around us, and how they link to memory and imagination.


Simon Sinek: In this wide-ranging talk, ethnographer and leadership expert Simon Sinek discusses the importance of trust, authenticity, and meaning. Sinek argues that as individuals and companies, everything that we say and do is a symbol of who we are.




Kidnapped employee; you need to know what to do and how to react – what to do?

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Human Resource must prove their worth, like all other departments; “What do they brings to the table?”- and yes I know many will say, “but it is not the right focus” because we in HR do so many believe, but I think it’s a mistake.

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Right now we are beginning to see Generation Y’s behaviour penetrate the world market. It is having many exciting influences. For example, one key expert indicated an increase in the recruitment market at no less than a factor of 3.2 solely due to the fact that Generation Y change jobs so much faster, and many in this generation are on the tip of their first (or second) job move.

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Watch the movie about Rommel & Bangi. He is indeed quite amazing, and shows pride and shows he can create a life with so little resources. It also shows; we in one of the world’s richest countries, can certainly help those without means! Think of this next time before you book business class flights or eating an expensive dinner! Think what you can do for such a young man. Join us and help kids and teens get a better life in Asia-Pacefic, they need your help so much.


About to do something for other people! Kindly remember: 

“Being rich is not about how much we have, but how much we give.”



HELP US HELP – the many children and young people living under difficult conditions in the Asia-Pacific!

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Proactive Human Resources Generalist with 20 years of international HR management development and Change Management in technical and behavioral perspective and Digital HR Transformation perspective. Regional and Global HR transformations, strategy, implementation of HR software. Innovation and efficiency Leadership Development & Hands-on coaching, individual and teams, all levels. 21 years of Psychology & HR management studies. Exemplary strengths: Leading change and shaping human resource results. I am passionate about HR and pride myself on my integrity, honesty, humility, courage, commitment, and sincerity. I approach each day with positive energy, determination, and humor.


Human Resource Development & Management.
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Talent Acquisition, Executive Search, Assessment & Selection.
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Organizational development, Organization design & planning.
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