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Speaker Insight2
RESHAPING THE CORPORATE TALENT POOL BY UNLOCKING
FEMALE LEADERSHIP
The number of women in senior and top management roles is still
shockingly small. Datuk Seri Iqbal will facilitate a discussion on what
must be done to increase the female talent pool and get them into
senior leadership positions? In this session, our panellists will share
their thoughts and experiences on:
SALIKA SUKSUWAN
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What role social media can play transform a corporate culture and
management/employee mind-sets?
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What can companies do to retain or increase women’s motivation to
lead?
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What strategies can help overcome invisible barriers?
HEAD, INDUSTRY
PARTNERSHIPS,
TALENT CORPORATION
MALAYSIA BERHAD,
MALAYSIA
BIOGRAPHY
Currently on secondment to TalentCorp, Salika leads key projects to optimise
Malaysian talent and to grow TalentCorp’s client network, which includes initiatives to
increase women’s participation in the Malaysian workforce. Salika has a breadth of
experience in Human Resources (HR), and has played key roles in numerous HR
projects and initiatives. Prior to joining PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), Salika held
HR positions in a global management consulting firm and a foreign bank. She was also
seconded to Bangkok and Singapore, to work on a merger integration project and
facilitate a global human resource management system (HRMS) deployment project
for Southeast Asia.
Salika has a keen interest in resourcing and employer branding, and has established
herself as a specialist in these areas. Guided by her extensive experience in talent
acquisition, Salika has successfully led PwC Malaysia to win the Graduate Employer of
the Year award for 3 years. Salika is also a member of the Industry Advisory Panel for
University of Malaya. She is a graduate of the University of Warwick, UK.
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