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Speakers:

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Abhilasha Dhaka

Vice President Human Resources,
Renault Nissan India

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Amit Singh

Head - Human Resources,
SBI Funds Management Private Ltd

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Anju Jumde

Group Head Talent Management and Leadership Development,
Aditya Birla Group

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Dilip Pattanayak

President & CHRO Steel & Corporate,
JSW

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R. Venkattesh

President & Head IT, Banking Operations,
HR & CIO at DCB Bank Ltd

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Swaminathan Subramanian

Chief People Officer,
Fullerton India Credit Company Ltd

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Rudraditya Bhattacharya

Director,
Darwinbox

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Poornima Damodaran

Partner-Consulting,
Delloite

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Saurabh Dwivedi

Partner-Consulting,
Delloite

Discussion Points:

  • Workforce Planning
  • Recruitment
  • Onboarding
  • Employee Engagement
  • Workforce Management
  • Rewards & Recognition
  • People Analytics

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Managers as the
New HR


The new hybrid models of working are taking many industries by a storm. Leaders are increasingly getting to realize the complexity of handling this strategic shift and what it is going to take to steer their organizations towards sustainable growth.

It is becoming more and more clear that managing the wellbeing of an entire organization is no longer possible with traditional operating models of HR. To succeed in preserving the culture and achieving organizational excellence, HR needs to find their alliance with organization leaders. It would require Managers to becomes advocates of team externally, counselors for maintaining harmony within, mentors for ensuring performance, catalysts to push innovation while planning and maintaining trust in the team. This would require a categorical re-architecture of how HR is defined, and this must be aided by the single most powerful tool we have at our disposal – Technology.

Watch this video to know about what is changing or needs to change and how technology can be leveraged to enable access to right information, right permissions, and tools to the managers.

How can Managers work as the new HR in a hybrid working environment?