Get inspiration from global change leaders at HR Indaba

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Join Tswelo Kodisang, Paul Norman, Gerhard Hartman and Dr Aradhana Ramnund-Mansingh, Ainize Cidoncha as they share valuable insights.

In a session titled Showing up: The mindset shift HR leaders need to drive tangible people and business impact, First Rand CHRO and 2020 CHRO Of The Year Tswelo Kodisang will share what it takes to drive tangible people and business impact at this year’s HR Indaba.

The Indaba will be held at the Sandton Convention Centre. The programme kicks off with a keynote by popular HR guru Tantaswa Fubu.

Not registered yet for the HR Indaba? HR professionals qualify for FREE tickets. Register today: https://hr-indaba.co.za/

MTN group CHRO and 2019 CHRO of the Year, Paul Norman who has been a top HR leader within the company since he joined in 1997, will in his leadership masterclass session give tips on which mistakes to avoid when progressing along your career journey. In addition to tips around networking and making yourself visible, he will also speak about the importance of developing your leadership character, especially in today’s world of work.

Gerhard Hartman, vice president, medium business at Sage Africa, will in his session titled “Build impact with insight: Future-proofing HR with smarter people analytics”, delve into the importance of people analytics, and how HR can discover how many high performers are a flight risk, whether hiring plans are on track to support future growth and the extent to which employees are being upskilled for their next role.

Dr Aradhana Ramnund-Mansingh, an academic at Mancosa, will on behalf of Honoris United Universities unpack the Imposter and Queen Bee syndromes as stumbling blocks to the emergence of women leaders, while providing insight on breaking down these barriers and empowering women to rise in leadership portfolios.

Ainize Cidoncha, employee experience lead, MEA at Microsoft, will lead a conversation on the challenges impacting nearly every business right now, and why technology is not the only solution.

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