The Future of Work Redesigned in Hybrid

Behavioural

13
Apr 2022

9:00 am - 1:15 pm

SIDC LAMS

Speakers : Roshan Kanesan (Moderator) | Alejandro Kikuchi | Prof. Dr Marhani Binti Midin | Nursuriyani Zainol Abidin | Vaffa Chau | Raja Ahmad Muzamir

Registration closing date is 3 business days before the programme date or when all seats are fully taken.
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10 CPE

MYR 650 *Fee is not inclusive of 6% SST

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The Future of Work Redesigned in Hybrid

The nature of work has changed drastically brought about by the onset of the Covid-19 crisis. This marked the transformation from the traditional working office environment to remote working structures e.g. work-from-home (WFH) across the globe largely caused by social restrictions imposed by most countries.

Employees no longer had to commute to work, confined to their own space instead of exposed to the public. When the situation got better with the successful implementation of worldwide vaccination programmes, the introduction of the hybrid working model gained traction where employees were given the flexibility to work a certain amount of time from home or remotely, and in the office on alternate arrangements. Many employers are optimistic about the hybrid working model as the future of work.  However, this working arrangement may not be suitable to certain employees or jobs as there is still a need for human interaction. For employers, ensuring a productive hybrid working arrangement can be a challenge. With the proper guidelines, policies and frameworks, a hybrid working arrangement could be one way of transitioning the future of work.

Programme Objective

This programme is designed to provide insights into the important key elements, unprecedented challenges and new skills essential in promoting a productive and successful hybrid working model, taking into consideration perspectives from both the employers and employees.

 

Mode

Live Webinar

 

Target Audience

Institutions

  • Stockbroking firms, fund management companies, investment and commercial banks, Public Listed Companies (PLCs), private companies, legal firms, consultancy firms and accounting firms.

Individuals 

  • Dealer’s representatives,  dealing in derivatives representatives, fund managers, compliance officers, sales and marketing personnel, business development officers, financial planners, wealth advisors, risk management officers, auditors, settlement officers, managers, executives, front and back office personnel as well as support staff.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this  programme, the participants will be able to:

  • Describe the concept of the hybrid work model and the motivations behind it from both employee and employer’s point of views
  • Explain how to unlock the potential talent and promote higher productivity with empathy
  • Discuss the skills and challenges essential in leading a hybrid working team with unprecedented environment
  • Discuss how companies could ensure the frameworks and practices embrace the human touch and elements surrounding hybrid working arrangement
9.00 am A Bird’s Eye View on Hybrid Working Environment

  • The Concept and Value of Hybrid Work
  • Why Employees Want It?
  • Employer’s Point of View
  • A Win-Win Situation

Speaker: Alejandro Kikuchi, Head of Asia, Workana

10.00 am Unlocking Potential Talent and Promoting Higher Productivity with Empathy

  • Why Empathy is Important?
  • Sympathy vs Empathy
  • Empathy as Enabler in a Hybrid Working Environment
  • Empathy as Part of Emotional Intelligence
    • Fundamentals of Emotional Intelligence
    • The 4 Competencies in Emotional Intelligence
    • Developing Emotional Resilience

Speaker: Prof. Dr Marhani Binti Midin, Head, Community Psychiatry & Psychosocial Intervention Unit, Dept. of Psychiatry, UKM Consultant Psychiatrist

11.00 am Screen Break
11.15 am Remote Leadership in Hybrid Demographic

  • Challenges in Leading Hybrid Teams
  • The Need for an Empathetic Leadership
  • Becoming the Best Leader in Unprecedented Work Environment
  • Framework and Guidelines Surrounding Hybrid Working Environment

Speaker:

  1. Nursuriyani Zainol Abidin, Senior Vice President, Change Management, Corporate Strategy Division Affin Bank Group
  2. Vaffa Chau, Deputy Vice President, FWAs and WLPs, TalentCorp
12.15 pm Humanising Hybrid Working Environment

  • Hiring Practices in a Hybrid Arrangement
  • Supervision and Monitoring in Remote Working
  • Symptoms of Dysfunction in Hybrid Working – How to Prevent or Solve these?

Speaker: Raja Ahmad Muzamir, Director Financial Services, Legal & Human Resources, Robert Walters Malaysia

1.15 pm End of Webinar

About the Speakers

Roshan Kanesan (Moderator)

Financial Planner and Educator

Alejandro Kikuchi

Head of Asia
Workana

Prof. Dr Marhani Binti Midin

Head, Community Psychiatry & Psychosocial Intervention Unit, Dept. of Psychiatry
UKM Consultant Psychiatrist

Nursuriyani Zainol Abidin

Senior Vice President, Change Management, Corporate Strategy Division
Affin Bank Group

Vaffa Chau

Deputy Vice President, FWAs and WLPs
TalentCorp

Raja Ahmad Muzamir

Director Financial Services, Legal & Human Resources
Robert Walters Malaysia

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