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8 CPD points

Sustainable Reset: The Role of NRC in a Post-Pandemic World

Prashant Chadha & Mary Chua

RM 1,400.00 (STANDARD)
RM 1,260.00 (ICDM MEMBER)
PER PERSON (exclusive of 6% SST)
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The Nomination and Remuneration Committee (NRC) plays a key role in reviewing nomination, selection, compensation and succession of Board and Key Management positions, determining competencies criteria and compensation packages for such appointments. This programme focuses on the roles of NRC and the importance of talent management and succession planning in an organisation at all levels. Participants will be exposed to NRC best practices and guidance during  and post covid-19.

Learning Outcomes

  • Discuss – To relate and deliberate the new learnings
  • Summarise – To reflect and review the key learnings
  • Apply – To develop ways to integrate new learnings into the boardroom

Who is this Programme For?

From newly appointed to senior directors

Virtual Classroom Format
clock 01 4 hours (20 minutes Virtual Networking Break)
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Prashant Chadha


Managing Director
of Advisory of Korn Ferry Kuala Lumpur

Prashant Chadha is a Managing Director of Advisory of Korn Ferry Kuala Lumpur. His areas of expertise include reward strategy, talent management, human resource transformation, employee experience, human resource effectiveness, and people alignment with business for both established and M&A environments. Additionally, Chadha has extensive experience in board and executive advisory focused on developing strategies for both steady and innovative growth.

Mary Chua


Senior Client Partner and Rewards & Benefits Practice Leader, Korn Ferry

Mary has extensive experience delivering large scale organizational and total reward transformation programs for both GLCs and multinationals in the region. In Malaysia, Mary has led: several due diligence and post-merger integration projects, involving leadership assessments, cultural diagnostics and alignment, total reward program design, workforce transition planning and employee communications and change management. She also has led multiple total rewards and performance management projects for more than 10 of the nation’s largest GLCs and GLICs. Mary is an international HR practitioner with more than 20 years of consulting and corporate experience in Asia Pacific and Europe.

Programme Outline

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