Focusing on key elements of a talent agenda and being intentional about it, sets the narrative around the most important asset in organizations. It is about getting the right people for the right roles, engaging them to move the mission forward and inspiring them through visionary leadership. Often this task is not fueled with an abundance of resources. HR teams are required to do more with less.
Renuka Iyer, Chief Human Resources Officer at the World Resources Institute, will discuss some of the foundational elements of a long term talent agenda and will identify key elements for attracting and retaining staff.
Friday 13 December 2019, 3pm UTC.
This 45-minute webinar is free.
Renuka is a certified human resources leader with over two and a half decades of global experience in human capital management. In her role at World Resources Institute she leads the creation and implementation of HR strategies, policies, and processes that align and support the Institute’s vision, mission, and strategic objectives and advises the executive team on WRI’s global talent strategy.
She has a multitude of experience ranging from start-ups to large organizations, in the commercial and nonprofit sectors. She has led diverse teams and worked with 18 countries across Asia, Africa, and South America. Her expertise is in talent acquisition, employee engagement, succession planning, and organizational development. Prior to joining WRI, she has worked with Population Services International, International Executive Service Corps, Infor-SoftBrands, Levi Strauss & Co. and consulted with the Grameen Foundation among others. Renuka has an undergraduate degree in economics and a master’s in business administration from India. She is a certified Senior Professional of Human Resources (SPHR®)