#Rewind2021 - Top read interviews of the year
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.
The talent war will not be won on compensation: Chaitali Mukherjee, PwC India
In an exclusive interaction, Chaitali Mukherjee, Partner and Leader - People & Organization, PwC India, shed light on many critical aspects of talent management. Read more to find out.
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 an opportunity in disguise: Somnath Baishya, Tesco India
In an interaction with Somnath, he shared how ‘Great Resignation’ can be turned into an opportunity to rethink the old ways of working and build a stronger employee value proposition. Check out the key insights.
Rapid-Fire with El Cavanagh-Lomas of Cisco
In the words of El Cavanagh-Lomas, VP People & Communities, EMEA & APJC, Cisco, Employees want choices around where and how they work organisations need to lean into workforce preferences and offer employee-centric solutions. Read more to find out.
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!
Now is the time to double down on 'diversity': Twitter's Preet Grewal
As the I&D head for JAPAC at Twitter, Preet Grewal leads internal L&D programs, training & engagement to advance global goals and more. Read some excerpts of her views on diversity & inclusion.
Identification of high potential talent has always been a challenge: Meghna Gupta, Axis Mutual Fund
Meghna Gupta, Head HR, Axis Mutual Fund sheds light on the critical imperatives for employers seeking to attract, retain and engage top talent to fight the ‘Great Resignation’. Read now to find out.
Diversity can thrive within a structure of meritocracy: CHRO, JSPL
Pankaj Lochan is the Chief Human Resource Officer at Jindal Steels Private Limited. While in conversation, he shared his thoughts on how leaders can tap into the value of inclusivity and diversity deposits to bring the best out of their employees. Read more to know how.
Organisations must reinvent their talent management strategy to win the war for talent: Epsilon’s Seema Padman
Seema has worked in all areas of HR in a career spanning 20 years across different industries and has held regional and global HR leadership roles. Check out few insights from on her on how organisations can reinvent themselves.
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