The Changing Face of Global Human Capital: What Does This Mean for Asia?

The Changing Face of Global Human Capital: What Does This Mean for Asia?

Brian Sullivan, CEO of executve search firm CTParners.

Luncheon presentation by Brian Sullivan, Chief Executive Officer, CTPartners

As more and more companies operate across geographic and cultural boundaries, most have adapted their operations. However, many are lagging in developing human resource (HR) policies that support this globalization. What are some of the recent trends in global HR, and will they transcend Asia? What lessons can this region learn from the rest of the world? How does a company create practices that will be applied consistently in different locations while maintaining local cultures? How does a firm make use of their global HR function to help them utilize their staff? How does one create a truly global workforce?

Brian Sullivan is Chief Executive Officer of executive search firm CTPartners, and is responsible for expanding the firm’s services, practices and reputation as one of the world’s leading executive search firms. The firm’s global reach includes 24 offices in 15 countries. Sullivan is a member of the Association of Executive Search Consultants and in 2008 was named by BusinessWeek's as one of its Top 50 List of the World’s Most Influential Headhunters. He is a graduate from Lehigh University and has an MBA from Denver University.

Event Details

27 September 2012
12:30pm - 2:00pm

9 Justice Drive, Admiralty, Hong Kong

$450 Asia Society members / full-time students; $550 non-members