A year that started with a sigh of relief with vaccination news, is now ending in a nervous situation with Omicron spreading its false arms around the confused world. Amidst that, 2021 was also an year where a lot of integral HR topics came up which needed a hard look and a focussed mind to understand. Hence here is a compilation of some of the top interviews of renowned talent leaders wherein they shared their perspectives and experiences from the new world of work.
Well-being is the foundation to any metric that matters in an organization: Laura Putnam
Laura Putnam is a leading catalyst for well-being at work and as CEO of Motion Infusion and creator of the leadership training program 'Managers on the Move, she infuses well-being into the workplace to help employees, teams and organizations thrive. Read more about this conversation.
Risk and opportunity are two sides of the same coin: Shiv Shivakumar
Shiv Shivakumar, Group Exec. President - Corporate Strategy & Business Development, Aditya Birla Group, shared his wisdom and experiences from his long and illustrious career as one of India Inc's longest-serving CEOs. Read now.
Great Resignation is a movement that will continue for long into a new era of work, in which talent leads: Nell Derick Debevoise
A thought partner to purpose-driven leaders, a speaker, an author, and an entrepreneur, Nell Derick Debevoise wears a lot of hats. Find out what more she has to say!
Recognising the role of men in driving gender parity: Lisa Annese
In conversation with Lisa Annese, Diversity Council Australia, she talks about creating workplace opportunities for ‘hidden workers’ and the two-fold journey to embracing and promoting equal parental leave. Read more to understand her take on gender parity.
Rapid-fire with Ben Elliott, Experian APAC's CEO
In the words of Ben Elliott, CEO, Experian, Asia Pacific, "I often wonder how long it would have taken us to get to this comfort level with remote working, had it not been for the pandemic. It has shown us that our people can remain productive wherever they work". Read Now.
'Create an environment that's attractive to them': Macquarie's Rachel Smith on how to keep your cybersecurity talent
Rachel Smith, Macquarie Telecom Group shed light upon what's happening in the cybersecurity field right now and how is the company holding onto their valuable talent amid the stiff competition from other firms, corporates, and even their own clients. Read the full interview.
Intentionality is key to advancing women in tech, says HP's Sowjanya Reddy
HP's Head of HR, Sowjanya Reddy was asked to share some of the issues she has observed over her years in the industry, and the initiatives that work to tackle them. Here's what she told us.
A continuous skill gap analysis is a must to improve learner engagement: HR Director, Rackspace APJ
In an exclusive interaction, Shweta Mishra, Human Resources Director at Rackspace, Asia Pacific & Japan shared with us her skill transformation equation to prepare for the future. Read the full interview.
Pandemic boosted digitalisation and growth opportunities in Finland’s ICT industry: Ulla Hiekkanen-Mäkelä, Business Finland
Ulla Hiekkanen-Mäkelä, Head of TalentBoost, Business Finland, shed light on how the year 2021 for the Finnish ICT industry was and how do growth prospects in 2022 look like. Ulla is Head of TalentBoost at Business Finland. Read the excerpts.
Janice Foo of KPMG in Singapore on digital workforce engagement
In this exclusive interview, KPMG's Janice Foo sheds light on how organisations can seize a once-in-a-generation opportunity to reimagine the workplace for the future by creating a learning tribe, fostering a hybrid work culture and building a healthy and sustainable workplace. Read now to know more.
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