Nairobi 2017 - leading the talent agenda for East Africa.

 

September 2017

Global Career Company's Talent Agenda Series returns to Nairobi in 2017 to bring together 150 of East Africa’s senior HR professionals and business leaders for a unique opportunity to share best practice with peers, meet the region’s brightest talent and recognise leading employers across a range of industries.

Join the HR conference to receive dedicated East African content addressing the issues that matter most to you and gain the insight and tools to improve your position, improve your business and improve your region. 


CASE STUDY INSIGHT, KEYNOTE ADDRESSES AND EXPERT ANALYSIS FROM EAST AFRICA's RENOWNED hr PRACTITIONERS aND tHOUGHT LEADERS


TACKLE THE STRATEGIC, PRACTICAL AND OPERATIONAL ISSUES AT THE TOP OF YOUR BUSINESS AGENDA

Hear cutting edge research, industry innovators and renowned thought leaders address the whole spectrum of human capital topics including: leadership development, cultural understanding, employer branding, recruitment, retention, data analytics, CSR, employee engagement, change management, motivation, diversity, innovation, social media and more

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 improve your position, improve your business, improve your region

Address the vital role of corporate HR in accelerating East African capacity development, improving the market place and talent potential, and driving organisational growth with the use of dynamic panel discussions, interactive workshops, keynote addresses and practical case study experiences 

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NETWORK WITH hR decision makers from the region's leading organisations 

Meet and network with industry recognised business leaders and senior HR professionals from organisations that span the whole spectrum of East Africa's industries including: Oil and Gas, Aviation, Healthcare, Transportation, Insurance, Tobacco, Manufacturing, Media, Luxury, Banking, Agriculture, Airlines, FMCG, Private Equity and Technology

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who will you meet?

Leading organisations that attended the HR Conference Nairobi in 2015 included: Standard Chartered , Safal Group, NIC Bank, CDC Group, British American Tobacco, LVMH, Willis Towers Watson, Bridge International Academies, PTA Bank, EY, Lafarge, MTN Uganda, EABL, KPMG, Centum Investment, Kenya Airways, Nielsen (AC Nielsen) , Techno Brain, Central Bank of Kenya

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