A global perspective on What’s next in HR

What's next in HR

Here is a panel discussion that I hosted at India HR LIVE with global guests, eminent speakers and Thought leaders in the HR industry. It was an honor to have shared the platform with Dr. T. V. Rao, @raotv, Founder & Initiator of HRD movement in India, the Chairman of T VRLS, Ahmedabad, India, Jennifer McClure, @JenniferMcClureKeynote Speaker | Strategic Advisor | Executive Coach and President of Unbridled Talent LLC, USA, and Anita Lettink, @Let_AnitaVP Northern Europe at NGA HR.

Here are some thoughts that our panelists covered

What is going to be the Future of HR?
Does HR have that seat at the table, If so how can we keep it?
What are some pros and cons of outsourcing HR function?
Leaders who lack a people centric approach tend to see HR as a merely as task oriented support function. How do we fix it?
What are some challenges for HR in making progress?
What are some skills that can make HR successful in the future?
What is the one thing that HR should stop doing?

Here are some of the highlights of the show!

HR has been the in boards for last 30 years but as a profession we are nowhere, as we should have been. We have a long way to go – says, Dr. T V. Rao

HR needs a global perspective to balance diversity & virtual employees in today’s global workforce – says, Anita Lettink

Read on more tweets during the event -a Storify for you

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4 Responses to A global perspective on What’s next in HR

  1. Venkat Raman says:

    Very well conducted panel discussion. Than you very much. We learnt lot from the experts and enjoyed the session. Great work, please let’s have more..

  2. Ruchi says:

    Nisha, this was one of the best moderated Panel discussions I attended recently . Equally great insights & learning . I was tempted to write a snippet and share my views on What’s next in HR after Listening to key speakers and panelists :-)


  3. Dear All,
    HR is now became a very typical job in this area you must have to learn a lot simultaneously,and develop your skills accordingly…

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