10 - 13 September, 2019
Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa, Singapore

Pre-Conference Workshops - Monday 15 October 2018

9:00 am - 12:00 pm Workshop A: Redesigning the Employee Experience through Design Thinking

Dr. Jaclyn Lee - Chief Human Resources Officer, SUTD
2018 will finally be a year where leaders start to focus on developing the “Employee Experience”, an ecosystem that integrates
three core dimensions: engagement, culture and performance management.

Dr. Jaclyn Lee

Chief Human Resources Officer

Jaclyn manages Human Resources, Faculty Administration as well as Organisational Development in her current role as CHRO. She has over 25 years of experience in Human Resources in various industries. and before joining SUTD, was the Senior Vice President of Group Human Resources in a large Temasek-linked Company. Jaclyn also has rich experience in managing large and diverse workforces, as well as HR projects in the Asia Pacific Region. In her prior role in NEC Corp, she was the Regional HR Director and HR Business Expert for the South Asia Region. She also worked in manufacturing plants such as General Motors and Olivetti managing employee relations and communications. She has a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Business Information Systems from the University of Twente in the Netherlands, Master of Business from SMU, Master of HRM from Rutgers University and a BSc in Psychology from Brandon University in Canada.
Designing and executing a strategic change or transformation program to realise mission-critical business objectives isn’t
simple, yet often times leaders with no previous experience leading big change are put in charge. This workshop explores
the key success factors of leading the transformation with practical case studies.

Salleh Anuar

Lead Consultant, Organisational Development & Change Management Specialist
Civil Service College, Singapore

Salleh is a Senior Consultant with the Institute of Leadership and Organisation Development (ILOD), Civil Service College (CSC). He consults on Organisation Development related projects in the Singapore Public Service. Before joining ILOD, Salleh was both the Lead for Knowledge Management and Change Management for the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA).