Talent Cultivation and Development
As HTC advances and pursues profit, it also values individual growth, and therefore has built a fine environment and culture for advanced studies. We connect industrial needs and career development and encourage employees to strengthen their professional knowledge. Talent development comprises one of our key management indicators and we expect reciprocity between employees and the Company.
To empower HTC employees with sufficient professional knowledge and allow them to engage in different challenges and stay ahead of the industry, we developed a learning roadmap based on five core competencies. The roadmap incorporates internal and external training, and a diverse learning platform, comprising an employee cultivation program that boosts learning results.
Cultivating Key Leaders
HTC proactively promotes company culture in the face of rapid changes in the global industry and new patterns of global enterprise competition and cooperation. HTC quickly adapts to a constantly changing environment and cultivates management talent with an international vision, expecting their excellent managers to become present and future drivers who will continuously lead HTC towards steady growth and development in times of hardship and challenge.
In order to cultivate key leadership teams, the company has tailored a series of leadership courses for leaders at different levels, and strengthened the three functional aspects of company leadership management:
- Leading People
- Leading Change
- Strategic Thinking & Decision Making
The Thinker Forum is a way through which employees stay in the know about novel knowledge and diverse applications. In 2020, the Forum invited Dr. Yuan Tseh Lee to discuss Global Warming and Sustainability in Taiwan, and what we should know from the global shift and energy transition in Taiwan. In January 2022, the Forum went online with Peter Pu, who spoke about the 2022 Latest Global Risk Trends – Sustainability Challenges and Opportunities with the Development of Technology, exposing employees to substantial learning and trends for the next 25 years of HTC.
Thinker Forum- Global Warming and Sustainability in Taiwan
On August 27th 2020, we invited professor Yuan-Tseh Lee to visit the HTC HQ and give a speech on “global warming and sustainability in Taiwan”. The audience included students of UC Berkeley in Taiwan. He also experienced our VR products, such as the Mona Lisa and brain blood vessel operation. Professor Li was very complimentary of HTC’s developments in the VR industry. The scope of his speech covered the following topics: global warming, the supply and demand of human life, and sustainability in Taiwan.
In order to cultivate HTC employees to quickly respond to fierce challenges from global technology and grasp the industrial pulse, in addition to upgrading the professional technical annual training courses and department professional courses, in conjunction with HTC's policy, organizational learning planning was conducted, coupled with external training subsidies and other measures. The 2021 average training time of HTC employees was 11.42 hours, down by 35.52% compared to 2020 as a result of the suspension of the majority of in-person courses due to the pandemic.