Date(s) - 20/08/2013
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Renaissance Riverside Hotel Saigon
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There are employees that keep your company running and then there are employees that can take your company to the next level. These employees are known as “A” players. They are the top 10% of the talent in the company and are the ones that will drive business growth. It is critical for leaders to not only be able to hire these “A” players but also retain them.
In his speech, Craig Saphin will share with you the reason why you need to have an end to end process for hiring and retaining “A” players. He will also consult on how you can measure your success once you’ve been able to hire and retain your “A” players. There should be a huge difference when you have the talent you’ve always wanted.
|11:30 am||Registration and Refreshments|
|12:00 pm||Lunch is served|
|12:30 pm||Introduction and Presentation, followed by Q&A|
|13:30 pm||Event Ends|
Members: 600,000 VND | Non-members: 700,000 VND
President, en world Group, President and Representative Director, en world Japan K.K., and Director, en-japan inc.
Craig joined en world in 2007. Craig has overall responsibility for all permanent and contract recruitment as President for en world group. Prior to en world, Craig gained extensive Sales and Marketing experience in Asia Pacific with roles as EFI Japan as President and Senior Director of APAC as well as 9 years experience at Fuji Xerox in Australia and Japan. Craig holds an MBA from the University of New South Wales. A fitness enthusiast, Craig hails from Australia and moved to Japan for the 2nd time in 2000 with his wife. Craig is the chairman of the Japan based charity, TELL, and a member of the ANZCCJ executive committee in the community.
Navigos Search became an en world group company after the acquisition in April 2013. en world group will be working with Navigos Search to grow together, strengthening services to help clients manage their recruiting needs, and working with candidates to bring them ever higher levels of success.