The first episode The Role of Technology in Enabling Employee Wellbeing took place on October 7 with Mayank Parekh (CEO at IHRP), Borko Kovacevic (COO & CMO at Microsoft Singapore) and myself as speakers. The episode will be moderated by Natasha KK Mak-Levrion (Founder & CEO at PPEARL). This episode provided the audience with the speakers' perspective on how technology is shaping and enabling employee wellbeing and their vision on how this trend will evolve in the future.
Francisco Marin is the Co-founder & CEO at Cognitive Talent Solutions, a leading People Analytics vendor specializing in Organizational Network Analysis (ONA), being recognized as one of the global top 12 vendors shaping the ONA space.
Mayank Parekh is the CEO of the Institute for Human Resource Professionals or IHRP. IHRP is the HR professional body in Singapore that defines HR standards of excellence, and leads the adoption of progressive human capital practices. It implements Singapore’s national HR certification framework. The IHRP Certification serves as a benchmark for both HR professionals and employers in identifying HR professionals’ skills and experience. Mayank counts with over 20 years of experience in regional, global HR and general management roles.
Borko Kovacevic is COO & CMO at Microsoft Singapore. He leads a team that oversees marketing, business operations and strategy for Microsoft Singapore, and responsible for product marketing, customer and partner experience, integrated and digital marketing, communications, and philanthropy. His key focus area and personal passion lies in driving ubiquitous Change and Corporate Innovation, through rapid and frequent cycles of iterative transformation, as well as adopting the culture of continuous learning.
Natasha KK Mak-Levrion is the Founder & CEO at PPEARL, a consulting firm headquartered in Singapore with offices in Australia, Philippines, and South Africa. PPEARL's consulting model is geared towards the Future of Work where their network of over 1,200 Experts deliver work across 6 broad domains: People, Digital Innovation, Business, Sustainability, Change Management, and Design.