News: Max Life Insurance hires a new Corporate Vice President, HR

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Max Life Insurance hires a new Corporate Vice President, HR

Charandeep David brings with her 25 years of in-depth experience in L&D, talent development, change management, and knowledge transfer.
Max Life Insurance hires a new Corporate Vice President, HR

Having led the Learning & Development function at OYO in the role of Head of L&D, Charandeep David has taken up a new role as the Corporate Vice President of HR with Max Life Insurance. 

"The culture at Max Life is driven by its values of caring, collaboration, customer obsession, and growth mindset," said Charandeep David. "Keeping these as the CORE, my focus would be on 'leadership development' and 'digitization initiatives' for 2020." 

Charandeep brings with her 25 years of in-depth experience in L&D, talent development, change management, and knowledge transfer. She has worked with organizations such as British Airways, GE, Genpact, Aircel, Jet Airways, and has amassed experience in the landscape of people and work from across various sectors.

Based on her experience of working on various leadership development and digitization initiatives, Charandeep plans to design and drive management development strategy at the organizational level, craft new-age training solutions to boost high-performance among employees, and also enable the digital learning drive. 

Executing plans with speed, making decisions, and multitasking are going to be the key focus areas going forward in 2020, Charandeep noted while sharing her core learnings from her time with OYO. 

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