Rajadhani Business School in association with HR Shapers, Mumbai and Sharp HRD Consultants, Mumbai organised a Virtual Global HR Conclave on the broad theme “Envisioning the Future of Workplace, Workforce and Work” on 26 June, 2021. The objective of the conclave is to deliberate the recent development in HR domain with specific reference to work, workplace and workforce. The event was conducted on Zoom platform with a participation of 311 delegates from different parts of the globe. The conclave was graced with the auspicious presence of well known HR leaders and HR Champions from organisations operating in Cambodia, Singapore, Nigeria, UK, UAE, Qatar and India.
The Global Conclave was inaugurated by Prof (Dr) T V Rao, former professor, IIM A who is also known as Father of Indian HRD. He emphasised the change in the concept of CTC (Cost to Company) to BTO (Benefits to Company) from human resources view. The key note address was delivered by Mr Manu Rajan, Chief Executive Officer, Wing Money, Cambodia. In his Key note address, Mr Manu stated the change of role of HR from a functional to strategic level. Shri Ajay Krishna Prakash, Vice Chairman, Rajadhani Group of Institutions delivered the presidential address and Dr S Suresh Babu, Principal, RIET delivered the special address. Dr Rajesh S Pyngavil, Professor & Head, RBS welcomed the esteemed guests, global speakers and delegates.
The formal function was followed by Panel Discussion and Global Speakers Forum. The panel of experts consists of Mr K V Rajan, HR Business Partner, Coca Cola – Qatar, Ms Faith Akintunde, HR Business Partner, UCO Food – Nigeria, Mr Jobit George, General Manager (HR) Europe, Aurobindo Pharma, UK, Mr Arun Kaimal, HR Director, Cepheid – Singapore and Mr Gopish Nair, HR Head, Mr Gopish Nair, HR Head, Seguro Private Wealth, Dubai, UAE. The session was enriched by the thoughts of the guest speakers which was followed by an insightful panel discussion which was moderated by Mr Ashish Gakrey, Founder, HR Shapers, Mumbai. The event was concluded with vote of thanks proposed by Dr Jubi R, Professor & Coordinator. Both the sessions were highly engaging and enlightening for the participants.