5th Annual GOV HR Summit to open in Abu Dhabi on October 30
The 5th Annual GOV HR Summit, the regions’ leading Human Resource platform, will open its doors on October 30, 2017 at Emirates Palace Hotel, Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Organized by QnA International and officially endorsed by the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation UAE (MoHRE), the summit will be attended by C-Suite executives, HR leaders, decision makers and officials from government, semi-government and public sector organizations.
Held under the theme ‘Turning the biggest challenges into the greatest opportunities’, the 2017 edition of the summit will feature more than 20 sessions of live debate, VIP keynotes, roundtable discussions and interactive networking opportunities .
Over the two-day event, summit delegates will hear from such leading voices as H.E. Maryam Butti Al Suwaidi, Deputy CEO, Securities and Commodities Authority; Ismail Abdulla, CEO, Strata, A Mubadala Company; Dr Mansoor Al Razooqi, Director of Virtual Technology Centre, Dubai Police; Fatma Hussain, Chief Human Capital Officer, TECOM group; and Ray Jefferson, Global Leadership Practitioner.
Day two will also feature the region’s most prestigious awards ceremony, The GCC GOV HR Awards 2017, to recognize, promote and reward excellence, professionalism and outstanding achievements in HR development and performance, across 11 categories.
Ackash Jain, Director, QnA International, said, “The fifth edition of the GOV HR Summit is held as the region faces a number of evolving challenges – from nationalisation to automation. At this time, it is of paramount importance that the leaders and visionaries in this field continue to champion people-first strategies to develop their most valuable assets: the people who drive the organization. Leaders from both government and business recognize the GOV HR Summit as a platform for sharing best practice and advancing this crucial area of business and government, and we look forward to welcoming these innovators, visionaries and leaders to Emirates Palace, on October 30 and 31.”