Surbhi Bajaj | Manager- People Advisory Services| Ernst & Young
A human capital consultant with over six years of experience in working with clients across manufacturing, services and the government sector, Surbhi has also worked with other leading consulting firms such as Aon Hewitt and Grow Talent Company. Her areas of expertise include Leadership Development, Talent and Performance Management. Passionate about problem solving, teamwork and coaching she firmly believes that self-belief, a supportive ecosystem and her passion for HR have been stepping stones to her success. She believes that HR leaders need to demonstrate higher business acumen, agility and empathy in order to drive the workforce successfully.
Surbhi believes that helping people reach their potential will help businesses achieve their potential.
No better job than driving strategies to manage the core of any organization
During college when Surbhi also got the experience of managing organizations and events, she realized that it's people who form the core of any organization and only their motivation, skills and efforts can lead organizations and communities to success.
“There seemed to be no better job than to drive strategies and programs in order to manage people and what they brought to the table,” shares Surbhi Bajaj, Manager- People Advisory Services, Ernst & Young.
Surbhi believes that she is able to demonstrate a good understanding of human behavior and psyche and leverage this understanding while dealing with clients and solving their problems. It helps her in accurately perceiving different situations and predicting reactions to them as well. This ability has also helped her in developing my clients and coaching them in alignment with their career aspirations.
Key talent priority: Managing transitions
For Surbhi, enabling the key talent of the organization to effectively manage any transitions and changes as part of their jobs is the biggest talent priority which she would like to solve and influence.
Let’s read how Surbhi plans to take her passion to create value forward and what vision does she have for the HR’s growth in the future.
The one thing I will change in HR
The one thing that I'll want more HR people to demonstrate is a higher business acumen, agility and empathy. The one thing I'll keep in HR is having a face to the function and physically being there for employees.
The one thing I will retain in HR
The one thing I'll keep in HR is having a face to the function and physically being there for employees.
Vision for HR's future growth
HR in the future is the engine that drives organizations by completely understanding business needs and market landscapes. The function is extremely experiential with a mix of human and digital touch-points with employees. It is standardized in operations but customized in experiences.