Over 150 senior human resource executives from Ghana, Nigeria, Botswana, Sierra Leone and South Africa are expected to converge in Accra for the 8th annual African Human Resource Leaders conference.
The conference, slated for April 25 to 26, 2019, is to provide a platform for HR professionals to discuss the future of the profession in Africa.
It has the theme, “Leading Africa’s HR Professionals to success at the future workplace”.
Organised by OML Africa, the event is expected to provide delegates the opportunity to gain lessons from shared experiences, brainstorm for solutions to HR challenges and learn about the latest HR technology and human capital management tools.
Top-notch industry speakers and HR experts including Dr Mrs Bernice Welbeck, Head of HR & Administration, National Labour Commission; Vish Ashiabor, Senior Partner, PwC (TBC); Professor Theophilus Tshukudu, University of Botswana; Dr Olayiwola Oladapo, Head of Strategy & Advocacy, Chartered Institute of Personnel Management, Nigeria; Anita Wiafe-Asinor, Managing Consultant of OML Africa, among others will be sharing their experiences with delegates.
Providing details about the event, Paul Asinor, Conference Director at OML Africa, told ADR Daily that said this year’s conference would be characterised with many networking and brainstorming sessions.
He said the impact of digital technologies including Artificial Intelligence and Analytics on the operations of organizations and the HR practice, would be critically discussed at the conference so at the fashion
“There is now a pressing mandate for HR professionals to not only embrace digital technologies, but also new management methodologies, and a variety of organizational transformation challenges to enhance the future of work,” he said.
By: Benjamin Nana Appiah/ adrdaily.com