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[Sold Out] AMCHAM Human Resources Committee Meeting

2019.10.17

DATE

Thursday, October 17, 2019

VENUE

Conrad Seoul, Studio 7 (6th Fl.)

TIME

7:30am - 9:30am

7:30am - 8:00am: Registration / Networking
8:00am - 9:30am: Breakfast / Speech / Q&A

Contact

(email) comms@amchamkorea.org

(phone) 02-6201-2221

Detail

TOPIC Fostering Global Talents in Korea
COST KRW 48,000 for members
KRW 48,000 for non-members (My company is an AMCHAM member)
KRW 68,000 for non-members
RSVP/
PAYMENT BY
Noon, Tuesday, October 15, 2019

*No refunds for cancellations made after this date and time.
*Please complete registration in advance. Walk-ins and payments at the door will no longer be accepted.
*2 complimentary admission for Founding Partners

About the Speaker

Jae Yoo (Area Managing Director, North Asia, Johnson & Johnson Medical Korea)

Mr. Jae Yoo is Area Managing Director, Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices, North Asia. He has more than 15 years of commercial expertise built locally and internationally in the Medical Devices and Consumer goods industries. Under his leadership, Jae has represented the needs of our regional customers and patients as a member of the BW global marketing team and has led insight driven strategy development and execution that resulted in outstanding and growth rates across all markets.

Message from the Co-chairs

The cultural idea of work evolves over time, influenced by how the industry creates economic value at any given period of time. Rapid economic growth in Korea was traditionally supported by a workforce that implemented a “collection of tasks” faster and more efficiently. As the business landscape is shifting and millennials represent the mainstream of the workplace, business leaders in Korea need to implement appropriate systems, cultures and processes to empower employees to see beyond tasks and become self-motivated to incorporate new future-ready capabilities, such as problem-solving, agility, authenticity and so forth.

We would like to invite HR leaders and general managers to assess current talent development practices and gaps and to share best practices and tools that can be potentially adopted to strengthen them.