Unlock unique ways of looking at the world with Dr Shashi Tharoor at People Matters TechHR India
A person who requires little introduction yet warrants an attentive ear — and perhaps a dictionary close by — whenever he speaks, Dr Shashi Tharoor is one of India's top public intellectuals today. His experience in the public sphere stems from the many hats he has donned over the years; a vast and diverse life as a statesman, former international civil servant, diplomat, bureaucrat and politician, writer and public intellectual.
As a current Member of the Parliament and formerly the Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations, Dr Tharoor often bridges different streams of thought and presents insightful arguments on how the world of tomorrow is shaping. While for some, he's the hallmark of a true professional with his deep knowledge of policies and systems, for others, he's the person who can make old English professors reach for the dictionary. A speaker who effortlessly blends both eloquence and insights, Dr Tharoor, is known to bring new and fresh perspectives to the forefront.
Whether hearing him speak or reading his many books including Inglorious Empire, The Great Indian Novel, An Era Of Darkness, Why Am I a Hindu, Tharoorosaurus and Pride Prejudice and Punditry, among others, one is rarely left without learning something new or finding a new way to look at the world.
In these times when uncertainty and disruptions are the norms, leaders have a humongous task of leading people and business towards success. The current period mandates that HR builds newer ways of thinking and decodes the forces reshaping the world. To help facilitate the change, Dr Tharoor in a fireside chat will share his thoughts on change and how companies can unlock the potential of their most significant assets: their people. The candid conversation will span the future of work, AI, skills economy, caring for people, and reflect on global socio political and economic forces shaping business priorities.
So book your tickets today and join us at People Matters TechHR India on August 3-4 for a fascinating and enriching conversation with Dr Shashi Tharoor. Register now!