From 24-25 May 2017, more than 200 senior leaders from across East Africa’s regional and multinational employers will gather in Nairobi for far-reaching human capital discussions around the region’s talent agenda. The meeting, hosted by Global Career Company, will deal with the business response to macroeconomic challenges and disruptive trends, and how human capital approaches will in turn accommodate strategic shifts. By the end of the two-day conference, key decision makers will have formed a clear way ahead for the region’s human capital in 2017.
Nairobi, Kenya: 6 March 2017 – The Talent Agenda Series East Africa Human Capita; Conference has been established in partnership with the region’s businesses, multi-lateral institutions and professional associations. Now in its second year, the event in Nairobi exists to provide a platform where key stakeholders can ‘lead the talent agenda’, something Global Career Company’s Managing Director, Rupert Adcock alludes to,
“We believe business has a real role to play in unlocking Africa’s human capital potential. With what’s predicted to be the world’s biggest workforce by 2035, business is not just a user of the talent pool, but also a key stakeholder in shaping what that talent pool is, through initiatives to drive development within and outside the organisation.”
At the Talent Agenda Series, this is achieved by more than 200 of the business leadership community coming together, with discussion ranging from global and regional macroeconomic trends, to disruptive business factors, before reaching into talent specifically, through data insight and a range of human resources topics going from organisational design and change to technical HR around attraction, retention and development.
It is a dynamic forum, whose past speakers in East Africa include…
This year’s event is set to grow further, with more than 200 leaders expected in attendance to discuss the 2017 theme of… . This will include sessions on… and …, including an interactive workshop featuring exclusive data from the Careers in Africa Employer of Choice Study, led by Willis Towers Watson.
Professional development points are expected to be handed out to HR practitioners attending, making the Talent Agenda Series East Africa Conference, not only a place to pick up on the latest trends, but also somewhere to secure compliance with professional guidelines and to maintain professional growth.
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