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Tue, 01 Nov



Panel discussion: An Outlook to People Profession 2030

To obtain a deeper industry understanding of our people and workforce of 2030 in a digital and post-Covid world from multiple perspectives.

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Panel discussion: An Outlook to People Profession 2030
Panel discussion: An Outlook to People Profession 2030

Time & Location

01 Nov 2022, 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm HKT



About the event

It is important to get to the real items that affect an organisation from a People & workforce perspective. Much has been said and reports issued about a post-Covid and digital world, but some real questions that should be pondered and discussed are:

  • Where are we seeing tensions in employee relations in a flexible work environment and increased freelance vs agency workforce?
  • In the media age, how is messaging about change/stability cascading and affecting the organisational climate?
  • With economies being squeezed, are businesses prioritising growth and stability over the sustainability agenda?


Will Sung - Founder@Wilosophy; Program Partner@DISC Maps

Will has 20+ years in the corporate and start-up space, working experience in different industries across 8 different countries. Currently based in Guangzhou, China, in 2017 Will turned his focus and apply his experience to people and organisational development,  certified as an ICF PCC coach with over 1000 hours, he started to work extensively with clients to build teams, coach executives and develop culture transformation projects - proudly being named #1 Executive Coach the Asia Pacific for FT100 client in 2019.


Alvin Leung - Regional Head of Learning Academy, APAC@PersolKelly

Alvin is the Regional Head of Learning Academy, APAC, with PERSOLKELLY Consulting for over 16+ years in different divisions. He is a seasoned leadership consultant whose life mission is to influence and unleash human potential through “Learning” and changing mindset and behaviour. Alvin has conducted thousands of training and workshop sessions in various subjects such as Management Workshops, Goal Setting, Performance Assessment and more.

Florence Cheng - Head of Impact Strategy@Social Venture HK; Co-Founder@COSMOS

Florence has worked with multiple non-profit and business partners in their strategic review and development of innovative cross-sector partnerships to address urban social challenges, through the likes of community-making, purpose leadership, and inclusive employment. She also leads platform building and impact management for innovative ventures including Community Resilience Fund (award-winning bridging loan facility and professional support for social enterprises) and Business with Purpose (impact movement to advance and equip businesses as a force for good).

Julio Orr - Founder and

Julio is an Australian entrepreneur with more than 15 years of experience in the Human Capital, HRTech and EdTech space. He is the Founder & CEO of, the fastest-growing next-gen career platform helping companies to reimagine how they attract, hire and retain millennials and Gen Z talent.

Kathy Ho - Enterprise Solutions Manager & EnableIN APAC CO-CHAIR@Linkedin

Kathy started her career as a headhunter in Japan to help companies find international talents, when she returned to Hong Kong she spent a few years working for The Wall Street Journal and was offered a job to become a journalist, yet she realized she is more passionate in the ‘people’ business. Kathy has 5 years of experience as a customer success manager for both recruitment agencies and corporate clients, now she focuses to help companies reimagine the future of work.


Kayley Lo - Co-founder & Director@Justwork

Kayley is a co-founder of Justwork with three awards winning brands. Kayley helps individuals, teams, and organisations increase organisational effectiveness via L&D strategy and training programmes. She is also a Certified Cognitive Behavioural Therapist(CBT) Practitioner leading people to core shifts toward success in the workplace and beyond.


A Collective View of Future Trends [Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development Issued: Nov 2020 Ref 8073]

Organisational Culture Climate: An evidence review [Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development Issued: Jul 2022 Ref 8263]


  • Free Access to Panel Q&A




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