Human Resources Management, Talent Management,
Organisational Development, Transformation & Digitalisation.
Thanks a lot for visiting my professional website. This website is about Talent Scouting, Human Resources Management, Talent Management, Learning & Development, Organizational Development, Change Management, Digital Transformation, Psychology, and Neuropsychology. Regional Asia Pacific, 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. Most things are still undone. Wonderful Future! 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! Last updated: May 25, 2020 at 2:01 am Singapore Time Zone UTC/GMT +8 hours
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An innovative and result-proven Human Resources Management professional with capability in operations, development, strategy, and growth from Asia-Pacific and Europe. Highly seasoned in both the daily HR tasks as well as shaping and implementing new Human Resources processes, which are made easy and better match the company’s needs. HR digitization, change management, effectivity, cost-effectiveness processes. Psychology and HRM studies. Zealous about the HRM work and have a well-developed empathy, a high level of integrity, honesty, humility, and courage. Exceptional academic qualifications, including MSC in Psychology. Proven practised in working with a broad spectrum of industries, such as retail, media, marketing, graphic design, & PR, investment, medical, app/fintech, tech and programming, service and selling companies.
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KEY SPECIALIST AREAS
Human Resource Development & Management; Talent Development & Management, Learning & Development; Talent Acquisition, Executive Search, Assessment & Selection; Attitude, Behavioural and Aptitude Interviewing; Organizational development, Organization design & planning; Change Management. Reward & Recognition systems; Management Audit, HR transformation; Human Resources Information System; Employee Relation, Engagement, Retention, Surveys, Handbooks.
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I have worked with Human Resources in:
Africa: Kenya: Nairobi. Angola: Luanda. Nigeria: Kano, Ibadan. South Africa: Durban. Cambodia: Phnom Penh. China: Chongqing, Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Tianjin. Hong Kong. Denmark: Copenhagen, Odense and Århus. Bangladesh: Dhaka. Finland: Helsinki, Espoo. France: Paris, Nice. Germany: Berlin, Munich. Greece: Athens, Thessaloniki, Larnaca. Greenland: The North Pole. Thule Airbase. India: Delhi, Bangalore. Indonesia: Jakarta. Laos: Vientiane. Japan: Tokyo, Kyoto. Luxembourg: Kirchberg. Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur. Myanmar: Yangon. Norway: Oslo, Bergen. Romania: Bucharest. Thailand: Bangkok, Chiang Mai. The Philippines: Manila, Davao City, Quezon City. Singapore: Singapore. Spain: Madrid, Barcelona. Sweden: Stockholm, Malmö. United Kingdom: London, Birmingham, Leeds, Glasgow. USA: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago. Vietnam: Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Hai Phong, Da Nang.
I believe that all people have the same rights and have the same values as everyone else on this earth. It is, therefore, neither qualifying nor disqualifying to be related to a special group or to have a particular interest. I do not judge people by age, family status, race, religion, political affiliation, trade union membership, ethnic origin, health information or sexual orientation, of any kind. I am neutral.
Last updated: May 25, 2020 at 2:01 am