Organizations know that they must have the best talent in order to succeed in the hyper-competitive and increasingly complex global economy. Along with understanding the need to hire, develop, and retain talented people, organizations must manage talent as a critical resource to achieve the best possible results. Who needs to be a talent advocate? How do you scout for talent? Should you build from within the organization or buy from outside?
Few, if any, organizations have an adequate supply of talent. Gaps exist at all levels. Talent is an increasingly scarce resource, so it must be managed to the fullest.
Join us for a dialogue in the sixth virtual cafe in the series Year of Transition: Preparing New Leaders for Success. Prepare yourself and your leaders for the critical transition to leadership with research, expert perspectives, and real-world stories from the DDI India team and top HR and business leaders.
Managers today need to accelerate individuals through a range of challenges and development options that fast-track their path to future roles. They need to scout across the organization for hidden or overlooked potential. They need to align strengths and gaps with current performance, tomorrow’s readiness, and future capabilities. Want to learn how to successfully scout for talent?
Join a dialogue on September 17th with leading CHROs to learn:
Gain insights from top industry leaders:
Amit Das has over 30 years of experience working in senior leadership roles at various MNCs and reputed Indian organizations across diverse business sectors, including Tata Motors, CESC Ltd, ITW Signode, Britannia Industries Ltd, Taj Group of Hotels, Vodafone, RPG Group, and Reliance Group. He has effectively built and led extensive HR teams, managing the overall responsibility of the HR function in the context of integration of HR with business strategies to facilitate simultaneous growth of Human and Business capital globally. An alumnus of the Kellogg’s School of Management, Amit’s expertise is in organization transformation, growth strategy and globalization of initiatives. As Director-HR & CHRO, Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd (Times Group), Amit is responsible for overall Human Capital Management of the Times Group business entities, which is one of India’s most diversified & profitable media conglomerate with power brands across print & publishing, television, internet, radio and outdoor domains.
Arijit is the Head of Human Resources, Nomura Service, India and is responsible for people management at Nomura’s Powai operations. Arijit became part of the Nomura Group in June 2008, post-acquisition of Lehman Brothers in Europe and Asia. In the last 12 years, he has managed roles of Head of Compensation, Powai; Head of Global Compensation for Wholesale Corporate; and Joint Head of Global Compensation, apart from managing multiple divisions in Powai as an HR Advisor. Prior to Nomura, he worked for American Express, General Electric, and Standard Chartered Bank in Compensation and HR Advisory roles. Arijit holds an M.Tech degree from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur and is a Gold Medalist in M.Sc. (Immunology & Cytogenetics) from the University of North Bengal.
Date: Thursday, 17 September 2020
Time: 4:00 - 5:30 pm IST
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Stay tuned for future virtual cafe events in the Year of Transition series.
The first virtual cafe in the series Year of Transition: Preparing New Leaders for Success was hosted on June 11 and focused on Fast-Tracking Your New Managers. Listen to the on-demand recording and learn about the transitions new managers struggle with. Get expert perspectives and real-world stories shared by top CHROs:
The second virtual cafe in the series was hosted on July 3. Listen to the on-demand recording and learn about the Multiplier Skills for New Managers, essential leadership skills that increase impact across multiple situations and challenges. You'll gain expert perspectives and key insights from the experiences of top CHROs:
The third virtual cafe in the series was hosted on July 23. Listen to the on-demand recording and explore changing trends in leadership development strategies and learning practices being adopted for new managers. Gain insights and real-world stories from top CHROs:
The fourth virtual cafe in the series was hosted on August 13. Listen to the on-demand recording and learn some of the best organizations are adapting to the new age to prepare digital leaders. Hear real-world stories from top CHROs:
The fifth virtual cafe in the series was hosted on August 27. Listen to the on-demand recording and learn how to prepare women leaders for success. Gain perspectives and key insights from top CHROs: