Human capital today connotes a fundamental parameter of qualitative output for any enterprise’s wide transformational change. In fact, the orientation of a business towards its human resources is emerging as a key strategic imperative affecting its cardinal outcomes. It is here that HR Conclaves present itself as a much relevant endeavour for leveraging the experiences and perspectives of pioneering professionals with an intention to facilitate the exchange of ideas and opinions on the dynamically changing role of Human Resources in the corporate world.
As one of the best B-schools in Delhi NCR, Asian Business School is committed to harbouring and executing ideas and conversations that are cutting edge and relevant. Thus it is that, in the backdrop of the widespread ramifications of the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, Asian Business School (ABS) recently held a high-pitch knowledge-packed human resource meet – the ‘AEG HR CONCLAVE 2.0’ – on Friday, 22nd January 2021 at its campus in Noida.
A core initiative of Asian Education Group, the topic of the conclave was “Recalibrating Efficiency for Business Growth: Role of HR” and it was attended and addressed by several eminent HR leaders from various industry verticals.
The chief guest for this conclave was Mr. Prem Singh, President (Group HR), J. K. Organisation (EZ) and the guest of honour was Mr. Sanjay Kumar Verma, Vice President HR, Johnson Controls Hitachi Air Conditioning India Ltd.
The other eminent speakers at this conclave included Mr. Ankush Arora, Sr. Vice President HR, Grofers; Ms. Pallavi Gautam, Talent Partner, Tata Medical & Diagnostics Limited; Dr. Amit Pareenja, Associate Director – Global Learning & Development (Group Corporate HR), TATA Communications Ltd.; Dr. Ankita Singh, Sr. Vice President & Global Head, CIGNEX Datamatics; Mr. Rohit Kapur, Vice President HR, Kotak Mahindra Bank; Mr. Aditya Pal Singh, Head Talent Acquisition India, Informatica; Mr. Mayank Pandey, Zonal Head – HR, Emami Ltd.; Mr. Kiiza Saddam Hussein, International Lawyer, Consultant at UNICEF, Global Goodwill Ambassador; Ms. Roop Loomba, General Counsel, Head of Ethics, India & South Asia, Rolls-Royce; and Mr. Avik Biswas, Partner at INDUSLAW.
Apart from the illuminating keynote addresses, there were three immensely engaging ‘Panel Discussion’ sessions. The topics of these sessions were “Upskilling in Challenging Situations & Retaining Talent through Employment Engagement”, “Road Ahead for ‘THE NEW NORMAL’”, and “Regulatory & Statutory Laws for HR (The Legal Perspective)” respectively. Each key note topic was followed by an invigorating ‘Q & A’ session’.
At the end, the ‘AEG HR Conclave 2.0’ turned out to be a totally absorbing and highly enriching experience for all. The event concluded with the vote of thanks to all panelists and associates.