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SPEAKERS

SAMPLE OF KEYNOTE SPEAKERS AND THEIR CASE STUDIES

Badr
ALSAYEGH

Vice President of Human Resources

CASE STUDY / DAY 1

Future Directions After COVID-19

Positive aspects of future directions in the labour market and the lives of employees and how to live with the new economic conditions.

  • The continuity of work-from-home
  • The effect of salary reduction
  • Activate freelance
  • Lack of many jobs
  • Technical work orientation

CASE STUDY / DAY 1

The Case for Generational Diversity

Generational diversity’s critical side for organisations or the pros and cons of different generations in the workplace.

  • Are you a tiger, cat or a dinosaur?
  • Competitiveness through diversity
  • How to harness the best of all worlds

Aisha
RAWERT

Director Organisational Capabilities & Performance Management

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Florencio Jr.
PADILLA

Head of People Experience

Aisha
RAWERT

Director Organisational Capabilities & Performance Management

Mohammed
AL SHAMMARI

CHRO

John
BARSOUM

Vice President – Human Resources

Sarah
TABET

HR Director

Badr
ALSAYEGH

Vice President of Human Resources

CASE STUDY / DAY 2

Reimagining the New Flexible Workplace

The global pandemic created an irreversible process on how we conduct business, as well as we work. During the lockdown period in the Middle East, Chalhoub Group took this as an opportunity to create a roadmap and start the journey of reimagining the future workplace for their people.

  • Building the roadmap to reimagine the new flexible workplace post-pandemic
  • Co-creating a flexible workplace framework with your people
  • Implementing a flexible workplace policy

Florencio Jr.
PADILLA

Head of People Experience

Sarah
TABET

HR Director

CASE STUDY / DAY 2

How Can Generational Diversity Be Critical for Today's Organisations?

For the past years, we have been discussing a lot about the multi-generation workforce and the different characteristics of each. We have talked about the traditionalists, the Gen X, Y or Millennials, Z and Y, but we have not talked much about Gen C. So what is Gen C? What does that mean for us as HR and as businesses? There are two important considerations: 1. We have to prioritise our digital/mobile learning in our HR related offerings. 2. Accommodate and empower Gen C.

  • Ensuring the operation of a healthy multi-generational workforce and attract and retain Gen C through focusing on the changes we are witnessing in our HR world
  • Digital learning
  • AI in talent acquisition
  • Work-life Balance
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