EMERGING MARKETSINFLUENTIAL HR SUMMITDate TBCIstanbul, Turkey

Influential HR Summit and HR Brilliance Award Ceremony, a part of Emerging Markets Summit travels from London to Istanbul in 2015.


 
Why Attend?
This is an excellent event for Senior HR Leaders from international or local, yet expanding organisations and their HR leaders to exchange and share expertise, engage and network.

The Content: The Summit emphasis is on the highest quality of content, presentations and conversations between truly hand-picked speakers and delegates from Various High Potential / Emerging Economies.

Participants are invited to shape the dialogue with their own experiences and practices. Event covers latest game- chang­ing HR initiatives for those expanding into Turkey, top performing courtiers of Africa, Middle East and South East Asia; the role of HR in shap­ing the Organisational Culture, using Data and Metric strategies, Building Employer Brands, Strategic Talent Management for Growth, Social Recruitment Tactics and so much more. 

The Audience: The Summit will welcome HR Seniors from Various industries of Turkey, Eastern Europe, South East Asia, Russia, CIS, Middle East and Africa.

The Format: Designed for a maximum of 100 participants, the Summit allows for a free flow of information throughout the sessions, shaped as slide presentations, panel discussions and open conversations. We allow our audience to engage all presenters with their opinions, questions and suggestions, adding unique value to the learning experience.

 

Influential HR SUMMIT – 2015 – Programme at a Glance

8 April 2015
Session 1 –  Innovate, Inspire and Lead: Rising to the Challenge of the New Strategic HRThe session will challenge delegates to think beyond themselves and to sharpen their competitive teeth. This session will make sense of how the wider economy—ripe with demographic changes, international economic challenges, and shifts in international power—influences businesses and affects Role of the Strategic HR Session 2 –  Managing and Engaging Talent in Turkey, Middle East, Africa and BeyondApproaches that successful multinationals take to develop a high-quality local workforce and to select and groom local leaders in a variety of regions. Solving the talent-management puzzle by successful strategy: integrating and nurturing of lo- cal leaders with broader localization efforts, such as promoting education, building a supplier base, and improving the local business infrastructure
Session 3 – Experts’ Round Table: Succession Planning and Development of Multi-generations at Work

  • Building a Culture for Diversity and Inclusion
  • Managing 4-5 generations: what motivates employee engagement, and the tools and practices they need to interact, mixed, multi-generational multi-cultural environment is a new diversity challenge for HR organizations everywhere
Session 4 – Customizing Best International HR Practices for fast developing economies and their Reality

  • Be aligned with Group HR Strategy, be innovative and be fast – are the key success factors to make a difference.
  • Challenges in Transcultural Talent Management
Session 5 – Brand Strategy and Human Resources – Building the Employer Brand

  • Building Consistent Employer Brand to Drive Change and Prosper
  • Expanding organizations are most likely to experience major changes. So, what are the vital strategies that organizations can adopt to effectively bridge the gap from current to future Brand?
  • Executing your employer brand and implementing your EVP
  • Measure the fulfilment of the brand promise
Session 6 – Brand Strategy and Human Resources – Building the Employer Brand
Fire Learning Session: Forward-Thinking HR: Building Social Media Strategy Best cases of integrating social technologies into recruitment, development and engagement practice

  • Big Data and its effect on Talent Pipelines
  • Using Gamification In The Workplace
  • Re-think The Performance Review:  opting for on-going dialogue and real time feedback, rather than a once a year review; resulting to more transparent and pain- less reviews, moving away from  paper reports and appraisals
  • Revolutionizing Corporate Learning & Development: Future of Social Learning
Networking Cocktail Reception
HR Brilliance Awards 2015 Ceremony.

Influential HR for Growth 2015 – Sponsors

Sponsoring or exhibiting at the Strategic ‘Influential HR Summit – 2015” will enhance your organization’s presence and enable you to maximise your profile with the right audience.

Sponsor BOC events

 

Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities are limited! To discuss specific packages that could suit your individual requirements, please contact:

Email: HR.Summit@boc-uk.com

Phone: +44 (0) 207 112 4846

 

 


Reasons to Sponsor

Enter New Markets Networking at conferences is one of the most cost effective and time efficient ways of entering new markets. It is a great opportunity to research and network whilst gaining exposure to a new and qualified database.
Position Your Company Brand  Showcasing your company at leading events establishes your company, in the eyes of your prospect or existing client, as a strong market leading brand and creates a strong image of your company’s capabilities.
New Sales Leads By showcasing your services either through branding exposure or taking part in the programme you can meet and influence key management decision makers.
Launch New Products or Services Draw attention to your products and brand by using the HR Summit as a launch pad for new developments or services.

Influential HR Summit – 2015  – Partners

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Registration - Influential HR Summit, Istanbul Turkey, 2015

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Influential HR Summit - Speakers

Jia Gay

Group Human Resources, Director, Middle East, North Africa, Coca-Cola

Jia Gay provides organizational strategy and development to MENA, especially as it accelerates its support in driving organizational capabilities and marketplace execution.
Jia is a seasoned HR executive who brings over 20 years of Human Resources experience, having previously worked as Group HR Director for the North and West Africa Division of The Coca-Cola Company based in Casablanca, Morocco. Jia joined The Coca-Cola Company in 1993 and has held various positions of increasing responsibility in Coca-Cola North America, Coca-Cola Africa and the Middle East supporting various businesses and functions. Most recently, Jia was the Group Director, Human Resources, Coca-Cola North America where she was responsible for the Sparkling Category Business Unit, Strategic Marketing, and Research and Development function. Prior to joining the Company, Jia worked with Electronic Data Systems (EDS), The Lucas Group and Federated Department Stores.
Jia has a B.S. degree in retail management from the University of Alabama and a Master’s in business administration from Walden University.

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Jia Gay

Jia Gay

Group Human Resources, Director, Middle East, North Africa, Coca-Cola

Ola Ehinmoro

Vice President, Group Talent Management, Lafarge SA
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Ola Ehinmoro

Ola Ehinmoro

Vice President, Group Talent Management, Lafarge SA

Dr. Sujaya Banerjee

Chief Talent Officer & Sr. VP-HR, Essar Group

Dr. Sujaya Banerjee has been a Human Resources professional for over 22 years and has transformed the HR functions in several leading organizations during her career. She is an OD professional par- excellence having set up world class PMS and Talent Management programs and helped build Learning Organizations through her assignments at ADNOC, Lowe Lintas and Partners, British Gas and the Essar Group. Sujaya has been listed among the Top 40 HR professionals in Asia ,has won the Youth Icon Award for 2009 and the Contribution to the HR Community Award in 2012, besides bringing several international accolades to India- the Learning Elite Award – CLO USA, Learning in Practice Award – CLO USA, Best Project Implementation in Asia- SuccessFactors and Best Business Adoption Award- SuccessFactors.
She has presented White Papers at leading conferences at GE’s John F. Welch Leadership Center (Crotonville), at the CLO Summit-Harvard Business School, ASTD, SkillSoft Perspectives and recently at SuccessConnect Sydney. She is a sought after speaker and thought leader and is a regular contributor to the Human Capital Magazine.
Sujaya is a TEDx speaker and leads the Learning & OD Roundtable- a forum for practitioners which has a worldwide membership of over 1600 Learning & OD professionals. The L&OD Roundtable enables capability building of Learning professionals and helps member organizations become Learning Organizations.

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Dr. Sujaya Banerjee

Dr. Sujaya Banerjee

Chief Talent Officer & Sr. VP-HR, Essar Group

Rajesh S. Manik

Executive Vice President, Head-HR & Communications, ING Investment Management

Rajesh heads the Human Resources function for ING Investment Management India and provides leadership oversight to Communications, Technology and Administration functions. With over 18 years of intense HR leadership experience in managing matrix organizational structures, cross cultural staff and driving innovative best practices in India & Asia Pacific region, Rajesh is known for his passion for People Engagement. Considered a change agent expert in building organizational themes & developing new concepts, Rajesh has already catapulted ING Investment Management in the league of ‘India’s Top 50 Best places To Work’ ranked by Great Place To Work Institute (GPWI) in 2012.

Under his leadership, ING has also received recognition for its Talent Management practices at Asia's Best Employer Brand Awards and also at Asia Pacific HRM Awards held in Singapore and India in 2012. World HRD Congress has bestowed upon Rajesh with a coveted title of ‘HR Professional of the Year’ at Asia's Best Employer Brand Awards held in Singapore in July 2012.

His professional journey spans across domains such as Banking and Financial Services, Informational Technology and ITES, in MNCs such as ANZ Bank, HSBC Group and CMS Computers.

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Rajesh S. Manik

Rajesh S. Manik

Executive Vice President, Head-HR & Communications, ING Investment Management

Jerome de Mallmann

Vice President, HR Business Optimization, Etisalat Group

Jerome is focusing on the Governance at Group, regional and local levels and on operational performance improvement for 10 Etisalat’s international telecom operators in the Middle-East and Africa. He is involved in all initiatives related to developing HR and business capabilities, evolving management models through re-organization, change programs, shared services or outsourcing plans, and M&A activities.
Prior to joining Etisalat, Jerome de Mallmann worked for 10 years in Management Consulting at Oliver Wyman and at Accenture in Europe and the Middle-East, where he managed consulting projects spanning from strategic planning, processes and organization, business performance and commercial turn-arounds to launching new businesses.

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Jerome de Mallmann

Jerome de Mallmann

Vice President, HR Business Optimization, Etisalat Group

Richard Mosley

Global SVP Strategy, Universum

Richard Mosley is widely recognised as one of the leading world authorities on employer brand development and management. This has involved a significant focus on core values, employee engagement and culture change as well as the more externally focused dimensions of external reputation and talent attraction. His first book, ‘The Employer Brand’, has become a global best-seller, and the sequel: ‘Employer Brand Management: Practical Lessons from the World’s Best Employers’ was published last year.

His thinking draws on over 25 years experience in both brand management and HR consulting. Richard has led major employer brand development projects for Bacardi, BP, Coca-Cola, DSM, Ferrero, GSK, HSBC, Lafarge, LEGO, L’Oreal, JTI, Met Life, Nokia-Siemens, PepsiCo, RBS, Santander and Unilever. Richard is a regular key note speaker and chairman at employer brand events around the world, and was recently the first to publish an article on employer branding in the Harvard Business Review - https://hbr.org/2015/05/ceos-need-to-pay-attention-to-employer-branding

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Richard Mosley

Richard Mosley

Global SVP Strategy, Universum

Yigit Oguz Duman

Founder, Duman Management Consultancy
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Yigit Oguz Duman

Yigit Oguz Duman

Founder, Duman Management Consultancy

Izy Behar

President of the European Association for People Management (EAPM)

Izy BEHAR, 63, is President of the European Association for People Management (EAPM), which is the federation of the 30 national HR associations in Europe.

He has been Senior VP HR for Eutelsat Communications from 1999 to 2012, a telecommunication by satellite operator.

Before that, Izy BEHAR has been, for more than 10 years, HR Director of Crédit Commercial de France (now HSBC France) and before HR Manager for Japan Airlines in France.

Izy BEHAR is board member of ANDRH (French national HR association) and Chief Editor of the monthly magazine “PERSONNEL”.

He is also currently the president of the technical committee working on the elaboration of the ISO international standard on Human Governance

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Izy Behar

Izy Behar

President of the European Association for People Management (EAPM)

Derya Tekin Yusuf

President Human Resources at Çelebi Aviation Holding

Mrs. Derya Tekin Yusuf, after having completed faculty of business management in Marmara University, she continued her masters in business economy in Istanbul University.

Derya Tekin Yusuf has worked in the aviation sector for many years in companies such as Turkish Airlines and Trans World Airlines.  In 1993, she set up a training department with in Human Resources Departmant and became Training Director in Celebi Aviation Holding. From 1999 until 2005 she was the director of human resources in Celebi Ground Handling and from 2005 until 2010 became director of human resources for Celebi Aviation Holding.

Now she takes a role as the President of Human resources for Celebi Aviation Holding in Global. She is responsible for the management of all human resources for Celebi Group. Derya is also the President of the Airport Services Association’s HR Committee.

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Derya Tekin Yusuf

Derya Tekin Yusuf

President Human Resources at Çelebi Aviation Holding

Matanat Babayeva

Matanat Babayeva, Senior Director Human Resources, Nar Mobile

Matanat Babayeva (1977) is since 1st July 2012 appointed as Senior Director Human Resources at Nar Mobile, Multiplay Telecom Services provider in Azerbaijan. She directs and leads all aspects of Human Resources, implements strategic initiatives to increase efficiency of Talent Management and Succession Planning, Organizational Development, Compensation &Benefits, Competence/Leadership Development, Performance Management, Executive Recruitment, Expat Management and Strategic Workforce Planning

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Matanat Babayeva

Matanat Babayeva

Matanat Babayeva, Senior Director Human Resources, Nar Mobile

Past Events

The BOC team would like to extend warm and sincere thanks to all our highly regarded participants of Emerging Markets HR Summit 2012, 2013 and 2014!

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  • Thank you very much for inviting us to such a valuable and exciting summit and provide us the platform to tell our story.
    EMRE ÇAĞRI PALUT, Compensation Benefits Specialist, Coca-Cola İçecek, Turkey
  • It was really a pleasure attending this comprehensive HR summit and looking forward for coming events... Very good selection of programme topics
    Hany El Sayed, Director of HR, Abu Dhabi National Holding
  • Thank you very much for the opportunity which has helped a lot to change my horizon. I wish to participate the next year for sure
    Matanat Babayeva, HR Director, AZERFON LLC
  • Interesting shearing Experience
    Khalifa Al Hemeiri, Section Head, Ministry of Interior, UAE
  • Excellent engaging presentation, I learned a lot and it helped me understand what I am doing well.
    Evan Perkins, L&D Manager, Gazprom marketing and Trading, UK
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