From September 21st to 22nd this month, Fleming will organize their 2nd Annual HR Winners Africa Conference at Villa Rosa Kempinski, Chiromo Road, Nairobi, Kenya.
Fleming events brings together businesses and people in providing answers to existing business challenges. They provide you with the know-how you seek and the opportunities you desire to explore while assisting you to expand your network. Additionally, they provide business professionals with the knowledge, partnerships and market insights needed for further education and growth.
The conference will emphasis on important issues revolving around: Macro trends impacting the workforce, Talent management and talent development, Employee engagement and employee motivation, and Leadership development. Speakers that are confirmed to lead these topics and provide solutions on the challenges in this sector includes Elijah Sitimah – ISON Group, Vice President for Human Resources at the Institute of Human Resource Management in Kenya; Shem Omuga – National Bank of Kenya, Head of Talent and Learning in Kenya; and Florence Nyokabi – Standard Chartered Bank, Area Head of HR, East Africa, Kenya.
The conference will also converge Senior Executives, Directors and Managers of Human resources, HR Operations, Recruitment, HR Development, Talent management, Performance management, Learning, Succession planning, Organizational development, and Career planning. Aside the high profile individuals, industries ranging from Financial sector, Heavy industry and power sector, Public sector, FMCG, Telecom, HR Solution Providers, Aviation, Transport & Logistics, and many more.
As report indicate that rapid growth combined with historic underinvestment in human capital is creating a serious shortage of talent in Africa, although the continent offers exciting economic development prospects – with aggregate annual growth exceeding 6% and the continent’s collective GDP forecast at $2.6 trillion by 2020, the 2nd Annual HR Winners Africa Conference is a must-attend event for HRs across the continent.
To enrich the impact of the event, the conference has special features such as: 3 CPD points for members of the Institute of Human Resource Management (IHRM), 20+ top-level HR professionals, C-suite panel discussion on talent management, Top companies for leaders spotlight session: Best practices in leadership development, Roundtable session: Know where the best talent is and how to attract them, and a Panel discussion: How can you motivate the next generation of talent? Additionally, there will be a Sli.do audience interactive application.
The full agenda contains much more package. More to it, participants are expected to walk away with knowledge and experience in: Macro trends impacting the workforce, Human Resource Management Professionals Act and transformation of HR profession in Kenya, Creating a truly integrated talent management system, among many others.