Managing talent pipelines in global organisations
Start time: 18:00 / End time: 20:30 / Date: 19 Sep 2019 / Venue: Hong Kong Club, 1 Jackson Rd, Central, Hong Kong
Open to: University of Liverpool Alumni
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About the event
You are invited to join Peter Kung on behalf of University of Liverpool’s event in Victoria Suite, 1/F Hong Kong Club on September 19, to hear leading speakers talk about their experiences of attracting, managing and retaining a talented workforce.
We will be joined by speakers from a variety of professional and academic backgrounds including Jeanette Kehoe-Perkinson, Executive GM, People at ASB Bank; Dr Rick Parry (BSc Hons Mathematics 1976, Hon LLD 2008), former CEO of Liverpool Football Club; and Peter Kung (BA Hons Accounting 1984), former Vice President of KPMG China, who is also kindly sponsoring and hosting the event. Professor Julia Balogun, Dean, University of Liverpool Management School will chair the panel.
The event will begin at 6pm in the Victoria Suite, 1/F Hong Kong Club on September 19 and will finish at 8.30pm. Tickets are free but places are limited to 50 to ensure time for audience participation and productive networking.
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