for growth and innovation
About the event
The world of work globally is being disrupted and Nigeria is not left out of the new realities we now see in the workplace. In the midst of the changes, organizations are grappling with new ways to attract, engage top talents and just generally get work done with minimal disruption to business continuity.
An observable trend in Nigerian HR events space is the consistent focus on the issues shaping the practice whilst the larger workplace/organization is left out. Of greater concern is the disconnection to the economy as a whole and its significant impact on the workplace.
The Workplace Outlook is our attempt to close the gap by connecting contextual economic realities to the practice of HR and the organization as a whole. The programme will undertake a deep dive into prevailing realities in different sectors of the economy, forecasting emerging trends, challenges as well as opportunities in the coming year. Each edition will aim is to provide data-based insights and recommendations to watch out for in the Nigerian and Global Talent markets.
Speakers & Panelists
Founder and Chief Analyst at Nairametrics
Head, HR Business Partnering at 9mobile
Group Head, Human Capital Management. ARM Holding Company Ltd
People & Culture Manager in the Fintech space
CEO, HerVest & Country Director, Women In Tech Global, Nigeria Chapter
Lanre Adelanwa Basamta
Group Head, Mobile Financial Services, Interswitch
Head, Talent Acquisition and Development, Henkel, Nigeria & Kenya
Founder & CEO , LeaderX
Head, People & Culture, Shuttlers
HR Business Partner, Guinness Nigeria
Director-General, Nigeria's Employers Consultative Association
Director of Resources, United Capital Group Plc.
Head, HR. Integrated Dairies Limited, Jos, Plateau State
Divisional Head, Corporate Services LOTUS Bank
Chief Operating Officer, Streamsowers & Kohn
Sponsors & partners
The programme will undertake a deep dive into prevailing realities in different sectors of the economy, forecast emerging trends, challenges as well as opportunities in the coming year. Each edition will aim is to provide data-based insights and recommendations to watch out for in the Nigerian and Global Talent markets.