Focus on nationalisation of human resources
Dubai, July 8, 2013
Over 100 senior thinkers and practitioners from the region’s HR community will meet to discuss the nationalisation of human resources in the region at a conference to be held in Dubai from October 1.
The two-day Talent and Career Development Conference 2013 will also outline proven approaches to developing comprehensive talent and development platforms, to reflect an organisation’s vision and the realities of the regional market, said a statement.
“Given the current challenges in the region’s human resources market, we believe there is an urgent need for some of the HR community’s great minds to come together and share their expertise in addressing such issues on a common platform,”said Salvatore Nasti, managing director of HRTruevents, the organisers of the event.
“In the 2013 report by Chartered Global Management Accountant CGMA, only 41 per cent of firms are confident that their human capital strategy is truly embedded in their organisation’s strategy. The conference will provide valuable insights on how organisations in the region can design, implement and manage their HR strategies to reflect their values,”said NavanaKundu, managing director of IBB, co-organisers of the event.
Speakers will exchange ideas on leadership development and growth, talent acquisition and management, coaching and mentoring, and nationalisation of the workforce, said the statment.
The conference will provide exclusive business cases, access to think tanks, thought leader debates, master workshops and round-table discussions, in addition to panel discussions and an open forum, it said. - TradeArabia News Service
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