Tengku Hedi Safinah
Managing Director of Dunamis Human Capital
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
(In Dunamis Organization Services Curriculum)
Human Capital Management System (HCMS)
Notable Clients :
• Blossom International School
• Sekolah An-nissa’
• Santa Ursula BSD
• Petro Kimia Gresik
• Semen Indonesia
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Hedi has passion for developing people and organization. She believes that great organization depends on the great team. Therefore, developing people in organization through training and coaching becomes her priority. She joined Dunamis Human Capital in 2013 as a Technical Advisor and currently hold the position of Managing Director of Dunamis Human Capital.
As a Senior Consultant, she has led a variety of successful projects for her clients, among others : consultation in management, human capital, operation management and information technology and many more. Hedi has high flying hours as a consultant and advisor.
Business Result Expert
Prior to joining Dunamis, she worked at PT. Telekomunikasi Indonesia,Tbk. (TELKOM), the largest telecommunication service provider in Indonesia. Various jobs from different functional areas had been done which enriched her experiences. As a Head of Telkom Consulting Center and as consultant for TELKOM & Group and State-owned companies, she has facilitated a large number of clients in the area of corporate transformation, corporate culture, human capital management, knowledge management, service management, process and quality improvement. She was also appointed as the project leader for Telkom Group Integrated Quality Assurance Program. She is a Lecturer on Human Resource Management and Service Management & Operation at Institute of Management Telkom in Bandung and Moestopo University in Jakarta.
Tengku Hedi Safinah holds a Doctorate degree in Business Administration from Murdoch University Perth
Founded in 1991, Dunamis Organization Services is an Indonesian professional services firm with a mission to “enable greatness in people and organizations everywhere”