Fleming Gulf Reports on 2nd Annual Human Capital Innovation Forum in KL

Fleming Gulf reported that it had an impressive week in J.W Marriott, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with the 2nd Annual Human Capital Innovation in Oil, Gas and Petrochemicals Forum held Oct. 9-10. Top Human Resource managers and directors from the 35 leading companies in the oil, gas and petrochemicals industry, gathered in this prestigious event. Featuring 14 well known speakers and panellists from the Asia Pacific (APAC) and Middle East region, the conference was a premier collaborative knowledge-sharing platform to exchange ideas on the latest trends, best practices and successful Human Resource formulas from top names in the industry.

The opening remark was made by Arthur F. Carmazzi, the founder of the Directive Communication Methodology and Global Top 10 Guru. Followed by the 1st presentation by Siti Aishah Md. Lassim, Chief Human Resource officer of 1Malaysia Development Bhd. She kick-started the discussion by analyzing Talent Economics and Dynamics in the Oil, Gas and Petrochemicals industry. Mohd Azri Mohd Nawi, GE's Human Resource Country Manager took control of the floor with GE's leadership philosophy on how leaders inspire others with their best knowledge. Among the distinguished speakers were Gazprom's Head of Human Resource Asia, Rohit Zutshi; Schlumberger's Asia Pacific Human Resource Director, Mohamed Essawi; Anand Pillai, Reliance's Senior Executive Vice President & Chief Learning Officer; Salika Suksuwan, the Head of Special Projects - Malaysian Talent Development Talent Corporation Malaysia and once again Kasuma Satria, Technip's Vice President of Human Resources and Corporate Development Asia Pacific. Kasuma's case study on the reinvention of Technip through talent management was greatly participated by delegates as this was his second consecutive time on board. Not only did attendees get the opportunity to hear first-hand experience from industry leaders, who were diligently selected by Fleming Gulf, they also shared solutions to overcome and champion the latest challenges in the field.

Following last year's success, Fleming Gulf hosted this highly prestigious event, which served as a platform to exchange unique ideas on the latest trends, practices and most successful HR strategies. This was a great occasion for attendees as they harnessed the opportunity to meet other delegates and to understand how they are adopting progressive indigenous employment and workforce strategies. Attendees of the 2nd Annual Human Capital Innovation in Oil, Gas and Petrochemicals benefited from unparalleled interactive sessions and an informative experience at this event that also served as a platform to share and network with industry peers.

The conference, which had 12 presentations, one panel discussions, one interactive workshop and six hours of networking breaks over the course of two days, was also attended by People Management Association Phillipines (PMAP) and Singapore Human Resources Institute (SHRI) as supporting associations and 10 media partners including HR Asia, Oxford Business Group, and Chemical search International from Europe, Middle East and the APAC region. Rigzone, one of the many exhibitor of this event stated that the conference gave them great exposure to a very targeted oil and gas Human Resource community. Apart from receiving overwhelming responses from the attendees, Fleming Gulf also received inspiring remarks from the delegates. According to the Head Human Resource of Inpex Offshore North West Sabah, Malaysia, Roziah Kadar Husin, the conference was very informative. The HR Recourcer of Hengyi-Industries, Brunei, Kamilla Yasmin, had the same view that the conference was informative and engaging which made it fun and she was hoping for a return next year.


Generated by readers, the comments included herein do not reflect the views and opinions of Rigzone. All comments are subject to editorial review. Off-topic, inappropriate or insulting comments will be removed.