The Human Resources function is experiencing paradigm shifts and disruptions on a huge scale globally at the moment. Paradigm shifts and disruptions that have led to a revolution sweeping the HR function and their organizations. A revolution that has birthed a change in how we lead our organizations as HR Leaders and how we manage talent as a source of competitive advantage for the future of work.
These disruptions and paradigm shifts have become the antecedents and foundations upon which the 5th and 6th Industrial Revolutions will thrive and survive. These include; disruptions in technology, the form of employment contracts, competitive strategy, workspace design, workflow processes and how talent is managed, etc.
With the aid of technology and innovation, more businesses are now playing in the global market space with increased capacity of accessing customers all over the world and growing their income and revenue streams deliberately.
With this revolutionary wave sweeping businesses and organizations globally, there is a critical need for HR Leaders to rethink the way they hire, engage, develop, reward and manage talents in their organizations. With the ongoing war for talents globally, talent attraction, retention and optimization has become a herculean task. Most Nigerian businesses are continually faced with high migration of talents to Australia, Canada, USA, Dubai and other parts of the globe.
The public and civil service are not left behind as workers in government ministries, departments and agencies are faced with changes in service delivery expectations, leadership dynamics as well as performance and execution capabilities expected of them as it is no longer business as usual.
You might be wondering, “How can HR Leaders position themselves properly to lead this revolution and earn the respect and admiration of the C–Suite?” That is exactly the focus of this conference themed “Revolutionary HR.”
The Conference Sessions will focus on the following thought areas, but will not be limited to:
OOPL AUDITORIUM (Within GREEN LEGACY RESORT), Presidential Boulevard Way, NNPC Bus stop, Oke Mosan
25-27 April, 2019
We look forward to hearing from you