5TH HR LEADERS AFRICA - EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES FOR STRATEGIC HR, ENGAGEMENT AND TALENT DEVELOPMENT
The current economic climate in Nigeria and the surrounding region is creating many challenges for companies that seek to retain and engage their best employees. In a period of reduced salary increases and high turnover, how will your business retain key talent and maintain workforce motivation?
After 5 years of successfully running the HR Leaders Africa Summit, we come back this year to address some of the most pressing challenges companies are facing. HR leaders will come together to share the latest regional and international best practices & case studies and deliver practical takeaways that you can implement immediately to drive forward your human capital development in an uncertain economy.
Informa Middle East is an organiser with over 20 years' experience of offering HR training and learning courses in the region, and we currently organise the region's largest HR Summit & Expo in Dubai. With this track record, you can be certain to see the most engaging presentations, panel debates and networking opportunities at HR Leaders Africa this year.
'Making the Leap' from Administrative to Strategic Human Resources
Strategic HR in Africa: The Business Perspective
Breakthrough ideas for managing and engaging employees in an economic downturn
HR Transformation from Administrator to Business Partner
Step-by-step; moving from a cash-only compensation structure to a total rewards model
Evaluating the latest techniques for Recruitment and Selection
Is 2016 like 2009, or will the bump be softer and shorter?
Competency Frameworks for Improving Performance
How to Maximise Return on Improved Talent Performance
Developing Local Leaders for Global Growth and Increased Bench Strength
Creating Career Development Plans that Increase Retention and Control Salary Costs
Strategic Workforce Planning – Linking Business Strategy with Human Capability
Driving employees' productivity by benchmarking against global best practices
How do you equip and motivate managers to give objective and accurate performance evaluation? Instilling a pay-for-performance culture to maximise your pay budgets