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Christopher Bennett

Senior Fellow, Human Capital
The Conference Board

Christopher Bennett

Christopher Bennett is a Senior Fellow, Human Capital at The Conference Board. In this role, Chris supports the Human Capital Practice which includes The Conference Board Human Capital Exchange™, research, conferences, webcasts and programs in a broad spectrum of human capital areas.

Chris teaches, writes, and advises on Human Capital in the Boardroom and ‘C’ suite and related governance issues.

He served as Managing Director, Singapore & Malaysia, for Watson Wyatt Worldwide, and headed the Board and executive compensation team in ASEAN. Previously, Chris has served as the Country Manager and Executive Compensation and Rewards Practice Leader for Towers Perrin, Singapore & Malaysia.

Prior to his consulting career, he served as the Regional Director for Asia Pacific based in South East Asia in a subsidiary of a major British plc, where he held both line executive and fiduciary responsibilities in many areas/countries around the world.

He teaches aligning business and human capital strategy at the SIM University Masters in Human Capital Management programme, facilitates for the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and is a faculty member at the Iclif (Bank Negara Malaysia) FIDE programme.

He is a Board Member and member of the Nominating Committee of the Centre for Non-Profit Leadership in Singapore and advises the Securities Investors Association of Singapore (SIAS) on matters of corporate governance related to human capital issues in the Boardroom and “C” suite.

Speakers Bureau topics: Human Capital Management in the Boardroom and C-suite; Aligning business and human capital strategies; Human capital governance; Human capital risk management; and Audit of the human capital function."

Human Capital Speakers Bureau topics include the following:

  • Human Capital Management in the Boardroom and C-suite
  • Aligning business and human capital strategies
  • Human capital governance
  • Human capital risk management
  • Audit of the human capital function