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The Talent Agenda Series East Africa’s final day was a great success with an illuminating discussion on Elevating Women in Business, the panel contain three inspirational women: Benthe Legg the Human Resources Director at Maersk Line, Angela Karuga, HRBP for East Africa at Nielsen and Florence Nyokabi the Head of Human Resources in Kenya and East Africa at Standard Chartered.
The Talent Agenda Series East Africa began brilliantly will a wonderful opening address by Stephen Tio Kauma. The highlights of the day include the Visionary HR Strategy case studies by Josephine Mwaniki from Nielsen and Bancy Gakuru from Syngenta and Willis Towers Watson‘s discussion on Cyber Security.
A significant $400 discount on delegate fees has been announced for HR and business leaders who register before 1 April for the East Africa HR Conference (May 24-25, Nairobi).
Whitepaper released following closed-door steering group meeting to identify the major human capital themes which need to be discussed in 2017.
Dates in July 2017 have been announced for Southern Africa's key regional human capital conference.
Insight from thought leaders in the Talent Agenda Series community on African HR topics.
Have we forgotten what EVP is for? And is it costing us in the war for talent? With examples from some of Africa's top employers, we assess how losing contact with the input and output of the EVP can damage its impact.
Employers aiming to recruit and retain local and Diaspora talent in East Africa need to understand the engagement drivers which motivate the talent pool. With a look at data from Careers in Africa Employer of Choice, we provide insight employers can use to make smarter decisions.
What makes Francophone African talent join or leave an employer? Using data from Careers in Africa Employer of Choice, we highlight the factors that matter to local and Diaspora talent across the region.
Five key themes in capacity development which HR departments can drive across their businesses in African markets.