News: HR leader Prabir Jha launches his own people advisory firm


HR leader Prabir Jha launches his own people advisory firm

Former Cipla HR Head, Prabir Jha stepped down from the company with effect from March 2019.
HR leader Prabir Jha launches his own people advisory firm

After working as an HR professional for almost 20 years, Prabir Jha is now all set to start his new journey with Prabir Jha People Advisory as Founder and CEO. 

A few hours back Jha announced about his new venture on LinkedIn and Twitter.

In his LinkedIn post, he shared that his new focus will be to offer strategic advice to clients of all hues in the complex domain of people, talent, leadership, coaching, culture, branding & transformation. 

Jha wrote, “Having been fortunate to work through some of the largest and most complex mandates in my career, it is time to bring that experience to help more corporations and people get better and more successful.”

In his recent role, Jha was leading the people agenda for Cipla as President and Global Chief People Officer. He worked with Cipla for about four years and resigned from his role in December 2018. As come March and his tenure at Cipla gets over and he bids goodbye to the firm. He also reminisced the time spent at the company in his LinkedIn post. He mentioned, “I remember my hashtag hashtag#LetsCipla as I announced my decision to help with the strategic transformation of the company as its Global Chief People Officer. The mission delivered, the hashtag now is hashtag#Ciplexit! A wonderful 42 months of tough work but most satisfying where I leave with so many lifelong relationships made.”

Jha has also led HR function for companies like Reliance and Tata Motors in the past. Now, with Prabir Jha People Advisory he takes his ambition to touch lives and contribute in improving institutions ahead. Besides running a new firm, Jha will continue writing books and lending advocacy support to some social causes.

Topics: Movements, C-Suite

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