Real estate consulting firm CBRE South Asia has appointed Sakshi Khosla as head of people.
In her new role, Khosla will work with the CBRE India leadership team and will be responsible for further strengthening the company's global culture and HR practices.
She joins CBRE from the diversified Max Group, where she recently served as corporate vice president, human resources for Max Life Insurance Company. In her earlier roles, she was associated with organisations like Tata Consultancy Services, Hewitt Associates (now Aon Hewitt), and General Electric.
CBRE continues to expand its foothold in the market, with presence in over 80 cities, and 15 offices across the country. Khosla’s deep understanding of the Indian corporate landscape will aid the company hire diversity of talent in an equitable, safe and inclusive workplace, the company said in a statement.
Khosla is a seasoned HR professional with about two decades of experience across the HR spectrum, including human resources business partnering, stakeholder management, talent management, board governance, executive compensation, succession planning, strategic workforce planning, talent acquisition, culture building, and change management.
"I look forward to Sakshi’s contributions in creating a more engaging, diverse, and inclusive culture and strengthening the performance-driven culture. With her domain skillset, I am confident she will be a valuable resource in inspiring our people and will be responsible for streamlining and enhancing our people-centric initiatives and commitment towards building a unique work environment for our people," said Anshuman Magazine, chairman & CEO - India, South-East Asia, Middle East & Africa, CBRE.
“I am excited to join when the company is moving into a new phase of strategic evolution and growth. I look forward to drive developments in people practices creating unique and engaging experiences for our existing and new talent across all cities. I hope to contribute to CBRE’s growth journey and drive a collaborative and forward-looking people agenda,” added Khosla.
A graduate from the Lady Shriram College for Women, Khosla holds a Post Graduate Degree in Management Studies (HR) from K.J. Somaiya Institute of Management Studies and Research, Mumbai. She also holds a Master's in Applied Psychology (Organizational Behavior) from the University of Delhi.
She has completed the Next Generation CHROs program, a flagship executive development program for HR leaders from the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, and Aon Hewitt. She is a member of the HR & IR Committee of the CII Northern Region and represents NHRDN in the Coaching Council of the Delhi Chapter of NHRDN.
Khosla is also the winner of People Matters' 'Are You in The List – Emerging Future HR Leader' award (2014).