HR Meet 2017
HR for all, all for HR

March 29 and 30, 2017
Hotel Soaltee Crown Plaza, Soaltee Mode, Kathmandu

HR Meet 2017
HR for all, all for HR

March 29 and 30, 2017
Hotel Soaltee Crown Plaza, Soaltee Mode, Kathmandu

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Program at a glance

HR Meet 2017

With an aim to nurture, empower and strengthen the human capital from various sectors under a single roof, Growth Sellers has been hosting HR Meets annually since its inception in 2008. After accomplishing the ninth series of HR Meet 2016—Productivity through Employee Motivation, Growth Sellers is all set to introduce its tenth edition of HR Meet 2017—HR for all, all for HR. HR Meet 2017 is a two-day non-residential conference. Two high profiled resource persons Mr T V Rao, Chairman of TVRLS

Objective

  • Understand the changing landscape of global trends and implications for HR leadership teams with international and domestic thought leaders.
  • Examine the HR challenges, opportunities and innovation as drivers for growth.
  • Learn to foster employee engagement and performance with research-based best practices and tools.
  • Assess key factors in leading change and integrating professionals for continued success.

Key Highlights

  • International high profiled speakers
  • Prominent domestic speakers
  • 200 plus participants from various sectors
  • Panel discussions with top CEOs and HR Managers
  • Four parallel sessions
  • Certificate of attendance
  • Networking with stakeholders

RESOURCE PERSONS

Prof. Dr. T.V. Rao

Dr. TV Rao, Chairman of TVRLS. Before setting up TVRLS, he was a Professor at the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad for over 20 years beginning 1973. He also worked as the L&T Chair Professor of HRD at XLRI, Jamshedpur during 1983-85. Dr. Rao's Leadership Development methodology started in mid-eighties using what is later termed in the USA as 360 Degree Feedback. And HRD audit methodology leading to HRD Score card 2500 are first of its kind in this part of the world Dr. Rao has authored or coauthored or edited over 50 books dealing with

  • Organizational Behavior
  • HRD, Education Management
  • Health and Population Management
  • Entrepreneurship Development etc.

Dr. Rao's most recent publications include

  • Managers who Make a Difference (IIMA Books, Random House)
  • Hurconomics: for Talent Management (Pearson Education, 2011)
  • Nurturing Institutional Excellence: Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad. (edited by Vijaya Sherry Chand and T. V. Rao, MacMillan India, 2011)
  • 100 Managers in Action (Tata McGraw-Hill, 2012)

Prof. Dr. ISF Raj

Prof. Dr. ISF Raj, Faculty of XLRI (A man with his specs), Jamshedpur, India specializing in Organization Behavior since March 1998. He worked as Director Corporate Learning Centre and Fellow Programme Coordinator at Academy of Human Resources Development, Hyderabad (1996 - 1998). He was responsible for managing the Fellow Programme that was offered in collaboration with XLRI, and designing, organizing, facilitating training programmes for client organizations, undertaking consultancy services.

Expertise:

  • Organization behavior
  • Managing people and leadership
  • Managerial Counselling
  • Communication, counselling

Session Outline Prof. Dr. T.V. Rao

The Power of 360 Degree Feedback:

The term 360 degree feedback (DF) came from the west. However, the methodology existed in ancient Asian culture where good Kings and leaders sought anonymous feedback to assess the impact of their policies and styles on people they ruled. As a modern management tool 360 DF has been used in this part of the world rather extensively for the last 30 years.

Prof. T V Rao started this methodology at the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad and continued to use it for several thousands of managers with good results. Those top level managers who used it report significant changes in terms of playing their leadership and managerial roles more effectively and enhance their impact on their juniors, seniors, colleagues and others. Some of their juniors report noticeable changes in their styles. However sometimes over-commercialization of this tool may involve misuse of this methodology. 360 DF is to be sued as a self-development tool and facilitated by corporation. The session will also present the conditions for successful use of this tool.

This session outlines the methodology and processes to be used for effective use of this tool in leadership development, succession development, creating a happiness at work place and achieve desired results. The session also presents the evolution of this tool, theoretical underpinnings for behavior change and illustrates examples of case studies of change. The session presents how the 360 DF if used can be a powerful tool in bringing change in the leadership styles and actions of executives.

Prof. Rao also will share the findings of his research from his book “100 Managers in Action” where he documented life stories of about 100 managers chosen from over 8000 mangers going through the 360 DF and assessed by over 80,000 employees.

Who should attend?

  • Chief human resources officers
  • VP, CEO, Director
  • VP Talent Management
  • Chief Learning Officer
  • Head of Executive Development
  • Talent Strategy Leader
  • HR Business Leader and Analytics
  • VP of Talent Acquisition
  • Head of HR Communications
  • Head of Succession Planning
  • Manager/ Line Manager
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Other professionals interested in HR

Benefits to the participants

  • Excellent networking opportunities
  • Exposure to knowledge about international trends and HR issues
  • Exciting sessions with influential resource persons
  • Presentation opportunities
  • Platform to learn and share experience
  • Certificate of participation
  • Learning materials

Session Outline Prof. Dr. ISF Raj

THE EMERGING ROLES AND RESPONSE OF HR OVER DECADES

Human Resource Management is a strategic and systematic approach to the management of the most valued assets of an organization. People in an organization both individually and collectively contribute to the achievement of the organization’s objectives and thus their contribution to organization excellence is indisputable. If one were walk through the allies of the several decades, one would realize the central role Human Resource has been playing in making and sustaining the vitality and success of organization.

A cursory glance of the meaning and understanding attributed to HR reveal to us the dynamic way the role and meaning of HR have evolved. It was primarily focused on policies and systems designed to maximize employee performance and productivity. The shift was then to create business value and focus on strategic initiatives like M & A, succession planning and management of talents in the organizations so that HR has started emerging as a field by itself continually expanding and accommodating anything and everything that is of the organization to its infinity. It would not be an exaggeration then to say HR IS FOR ALL AND ALL FOR HR.

The historical evolution of HR since the early periods in the 1700s to the recent times indicates the width and breadth of areas, which HR, as a field has grown.

Today HR is called upon to be responsive play. The need for HR Managers to be responsive to the demands of the paradigm shift by being effective and responding to the call for all seasons, contribute to the growth and development of learning culture in organizations.

Program Modality

Day 1

9:00 – 10:00 Registration and reception
10:00 – 10:15 Program Overview
10:15 – 10:25 Opening ceremony by Chief Guest and national anthem
10:25 – 10:35 Inauguration of book written by Mr. Mohan Ojha and Mr. Manohar Man Shrestha
10:35 – 10:45 Chief guest’s speech
10:45 – 12:30 Session I: The power of 360 degree feedback Chair: Mr. TV Rao, Chairman of TVRLS
12:30 – 12:45 Interaction and question answer
12:45 – 1:00 Sponsor’s presentation
1:00 – 2:00 Lunch Break
2:00 – 3:00 Session II: Capacity Building and Motivational session
3:00 – 4:00 Session III: Challenges in managing HR in Nepalese Perspective Chair: Panel discussion among CEOs and HR Managers
4:00 – 4:45 Session IV: A Pragmatic Perspective on HR
4:45 – 5:00 Wrap up and networking with tea
9:00 – 10:00 Registration and reception

Day 2

9:00 – 10:00 Registration and reception
10:00 – 10:05 Program Overview
10:05 – 11:50 Session I: Reflection: Emerging role and response of HR over decades Chair: Dr. ISF Raj, Faculty of XLRI, India
11:50 – 12:05 Interaction and question answer
12:05 – 1:00 Session II: Talent Management
1:00 – 2:00 Lucch Break
2:00 – 3:00 Session III: Parallel session
  • Merger acquisition
  • Role of the government to manage people
  • Industrial relation
  • Leadership role and people management
3:00 – 3:15 Short presentation about Growth Sellers and HR Meet
3:15 – 4:00 Panel Interview
4:00 – 4:15 Memento Distribution
4:15 – 4:25 Vote of Thanks
4:25 – 5:00 Tea Break
5:00 onwards Jobsite Launch and Anniversary Celebration
*Note: The program and speakers may change at the last moment due to unavoidable circumstances.

Online Registration

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  • hrmeet2017@gmail.com
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