Program launched for HR professionals

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Darussalam Assets Sdn Bhd (DA) yesterday launched the Darussalam Assets Prioritizing Employees in Organizations to Promote Learning and Empowerment (DA PEOPLE) program with participants from their group of companies at The Empire Brunei.

The program is an initiative under DA’s Human Capital Development department’s learning and development roadmap aimed at building a strong group-wide HR talent pool and raising skill standards. , knowledge and expertise of HR professionals across the DA group of companies.

Acting Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office and Acting Minister of Finance and Economy II Pengiran Datin Seri Paduka Hajah Zety Sufina binti Pengiran Dato Paduka Haji Sani in his capacity as Board Member of Darussalam Assets attended the launch.

The senior management of government-linked companies (GLCs) of the Darussalam Assets Group were also present.

“As a shareholder, DA strives to adopt global best practices to grow our GLCs into world-class companies, including improving our group-wide processes and systems,” said Pengiran Datin Seri. Paduka Hajah Zety Sufina in his welcoming address.

Acting Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office and Acting Minister of Finance and Economy II Pengiran Datin Seri Paduka Hajah Zety Sufina binti Pengiran Dato Paduka Haji Sani delivers his address. PHOTO: DARUSSALAM ASSETS
Darussalam Assets Head of Human Capital Development Mohammad Salehin bin Haji Basir

The Darussalam Assets group of companies currently employs 8,500 people across its portfolio of companies. “One of our building blocks is to create a human capital development strategy to produce educated, highly skilled and accomplished people; in line with one of the goals of Brunei Vision 2035,” she added.

The first module titled DA-CIPD HR Business Partnering is a collaboration between DA and the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) Asia; a global organization with over 165,000 members in over 120 countries that regularly contributes to research on HR practice.

The content of the module was organized to target HR managers and future HR managers and consisted of facilitated learning sessions and group coaching sessions. The program will run for 11 weeks where the first two days will take place on a physical basis while the rest will take place virtually via the WebEx platform. At the end of the 11-week program, a presentation of the project will be scheduled for key stakeholders.

“The participating HR professionals will work on a real project which will be presented to the relevant stakeholders for consideration of implementation in the respective workplaces. Ultimately, this will provide HR practitioners with a better understanding of their business partnership mindset and their role as a strategic agent in an organization, enabling them to master the skills needed to drive human capital initiatives that generate real business value,” said Mohammad Salehin, Director of Human Capital Development at DA. bin Haji Basir.

“Throughout the program, DA’s Human Capital Development department will run training modules in conjunction with CIPD on continuous professional development pathways based on the segmentation of 195 HR professionals into the HR talent pool across the Group. AD.

Additionally, DA will bridge the gap with CIPD for HR professionals working toward CIPD-accredited programs or milestone certifications,” he added.

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