The Global HR Summit aims to provide an apt interface between HR stalwarts and budding managers for discussing and deliberating upon the latest trends in HR industry, thereby making students industry ready, even before they step out the college portals.
Arup Roy Choudhury, CMD, NTPC; Mr. Eric P. Rajendran, Group President and Head - HR, CK Birla Group, Dr. (Mrs.) B Shukla- Acting Vice Chancellor, Amity University, Dr. Sanjay Srivastava- Dean, Faculty of Management Studies (FMS), Amity University and Prof.(Dr.) Arun Sacher- Head, AIBS inaugurated the summit.
Welcoming the august gathering, Dr. Arun Sacher, Head, Amity International Business School introduced the theme of the Summit and various sessions that will unfold during the two day Summit. He shared that 10th Global HR Summit is being attended by more than 200 HR Specialists and Leaders from Corporates and expressed his hope that it will set new paradigms of performance and learning outcomes.
Addressing the gathering, the Chief Guest Dr. Arup Roy Choudhury, CMD, NTPC stressed, "today's organizations have become very dynamic and mapping HR talent would be a challenge today and tomorrow.
Next generation organizations have to respond to challenges instantly, if they have to succeed. Indians are the best to handle the dynamism aspect of an organization since, in India, we have a very diverse workforce from various ethnicities and backgrounds.
All that needs to be done is assessing and knowing who is best at what". He shared that when organizations are in the expansion mode, they need employees who can align their personal objectives with the organisation's objectives which is possible only if the employees are happy and satisfied.
He advised students to keep their eyes open, learn from the changes taking place around and pursue the goal of their life with honest intention.
He called upon students to take lead, become entrepreneurs, give jobs to other professionals and thereby, contribute to the GDP of the country.
Sharing his views on "How to optimize Human Potential in organizations in globally competitive times", Mr. Eric P. Rajendran, Group President and Head - HR, CK Birla Group explained, citing examples of great leaders like Winston Churchill, Bill Gates and others, that very often people themselves don't realize their real potential; its only when the right opportunity knocks, their brilliance is unlocked.
Dr. (Mrs.) B Shukla- Acting Vice Chancellor, Amity University said that there is lot of potential available in every organization which needs to tapped effectively and synergized with organizational goals.
It is people who make an organization. She stressed that in a globalised world, an organization has competition from national and International firms and it is people/employees who provide a competitive edge to an organization.
During the day, renowned professionals, leading HR experts across multiple sectors, academicians from leading educational institutions and Stalwarts from multiple domains shared their views in two plenary sessions on "Leadership Development for Creating Next Generation Organizations" and "Recruiting and Retaining High Quality Employee for Managing Global Challenges" and a Panel Discussion on "Leading through Turbulent Times"
The second day of the Summit will witness three plenary sessions on "Mining Human Potential through Innovative Employee Engagement Practices", ""Mining Human Potential through Effective Performance Management", "Transnational Consistency in HR Practices for Creating Next Generation Organizations wherein industry leaders such as Mr. Shivesh Kumar Singh, Regional Head HR, ING Vysya, Ms. Ritu Arora, Head-Organization Development, Moser Baer, Ms. Alfons Madoc, Zonal HR Head, Fortis Hospital and others will share their views.
--ANI (Posted on 26-09-2013)