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Talent Management ONLINE conference 2020

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Two-Day Online Conference: 22 and 23 July 2020

All presentations will be recorded and made available to delegates for viewing again after the event.


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With the advent of the coronavirus pandemic, organisations are experiencing workforce disruption at an unprecedented scale and speed. This has propelled Talent professionals into the spotlight of this human crisis. The role of the Talent professional has never been more vital and visible.

We are experiencing large- scale workforce shifts and this will not be a once off phenomenon - a new blueprint is being created. The impact of the coronavirus vortex will fundamentally affect industries based on changes in work patterns and evolving business models.

Join your peers at the KR 2020 Talent Management conference and learn from our inspiring speakers how you can drive value through effective talent management practices during these unprecedented times.

For more information about the conference, please contact Busie Mhlanga-Mjimba on busie@knowres.co.za or +2711 706 6009 .

Conference Programme


22 JULY 2020

09:00–09:05

Facilitators opening remarks
Lerato Semenya,
MD, Chromatic Consulting


09:05–09:25

How to find purpose and meaning in challenging times – unpacking the role of the Talent professional during the coronavirus vortex
Andi Liba, Country HR Lead, CISCO

10 Minutes Q&A

09:35-09:55

Shaping the future of work: lead and transform with learning
Ed McConville, Senior Director: Learning & Development, LinkedIn EMEA LATAM
Banu Baykal, Head: Growth Markets, LinkedIn Learning Solutions

10:05–10:45

Managing talent during the Coronavirus outbreak: insights from three organisations
Hear Old Mutual, Sun International and Microsoft share insights on their course of action regarding what they did at the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, what they are doing now and what they plan for the future

Lisa Andrews, Senior Talent Manager, Old Mutual

Ashnie Muthusamy, Group Talent Manager, Sun International
Sameera Mohamed, Head: Talent and Learning, Microsoft

10 Minutes Q&A


10:45–11:15 Morning break

11:15-13:00

Rethinking talent acquisition: Online recruitment, Assessment and Onboarding in the face of Coronavirus 
This session will explore the biggest challenges for recruiters during the coronavirus vortex. Talent specialists will share insights on how you can pandemic-proof your hiring strategy and successfully onboard new hires.
The session will begin with 20-minute presentations by Vanessa Raath (Online Recruitment) Sandra Schlebusch (Virtual Assessment Centres), Jopie de Beer (Online Assessments) and
Adriaan Venter (Onboarding) followed by a panel discussion

Vanessa Raath, International keynote, Global Technical Sourcing Specialist and Trainer

Sandra Schlebusch Author of Assessment centres
Dr Jopie de Beer, CEO, JvR
Adriaan Venter, Senior Account Manager, OfferZen

10 Minutes Q&A


13:00–14:00 Lunch break

14:00–14:20

The importance of data and people analytics during the coronavirus crisis
Martin Sutherland, Global Director, Peopletree Group  

10 Minutes Q&A

14:30–14:50

Workforce Planning – for now and the immediate future
In this session you will find out how you can create work force plans that are agile and responsive to the changing business and new world of work brought by the COVID-19 pandemic. 
The session will cover:

  • The key fundamentals of workforce planning within a coronavirus context
  • Simplifying strategic workforce planning processes
  • Using analytics to drive workforce planning

Gugu Khazi, Director, Passion to Careers

10 Minutes Q&A

15:00–15:20

New ask for HR in this virtual work / or blended work world
Revani Manicum, Global Talent Director, Unilever

10 Minutes Q&A


15:20 Wrap up and close day one
23 JULY 2020

09:00–09:05

Facilitators opening remarks
Ian Chauvet, Director, Human Interest  


09:05–09:25

Performance Management in the time of coronavirus
We are in brand- new uncharted territory. Managers who must now contend with managing the performance of a large number of remote employees for an extended period would undoubtedly agree. Most employees aren’t used to working remotely, plus they are working in less than ideal conditions. In most cases employees will have their children and spouse home with them. Join this session and explore how you can manage your workforce and ensure accountability, trust and output in the new world of work.

Deborah Hurting, Performance Coach, Leader and Culture Change Maker,Pivot People


10 Minutes Q&A

09:35-09:55

Unpacking the value of Employee Pulse Surveys during COVID-19
Pulse surveys offer your organisation concrete starting points for successful collaboration and maintaining productivity.  Hear how you can use surveys to best support your employees during this time of crisis, based on the following drivers:

  • Policy and crisis communication
  • Expectations of work and productivity
  • New skill sets for remote work – how to identify it and develop it
  • Personal wellbeing of employees (health, job security, organisational stability)
  • Efforts by leaders regarding Diversity and Inclusion during the COVID-19 vortex
  • Remote collaboration

Terryn Palani, Executive Head: Talent, Vodacom

10:05–10:25

Overcoming employee disengagement in the age of coronavirus
Employee engagement is challenging enough under normal circumstances when face-to-face contact is part of the familiar routine. But, introduce the complexities that result from employees across disparate locations (many of whom are currently working from home) organisations must find new ways of nurturing the employer/employee relationship.
Whether your organisation has returned to the workplace or is working remotely, or has taken the hybrid approach, Laura Heldsinger will share how as a talent professional you can still create that positive energy within your workforce.

Laura Heldsinger, Talent Engagement Manager, Diageo

10 Minutes Q&A


10:30–11:00 Morning break

11:00-11:45

Panel discussion: Initiatives the Talent professional can undertake to deliver on employee experience during the Coronavirus vortex

Dr Daniel Burger, Senior Talent Management Specialist, Absa

James Ramakau, Manager: Talent and Sourcing, Anglo American
Samantha Nagel, Head Talent Acquisition, Old Mutual

10 Minutes Q&A

11:45-12:05

Case study: How does global talent mobility function during a pandemic?
Jeff Phiri, Talent Director, DHL

10 Minutes Q&A

12:15-12:35

Making remote work work
Janko Kotze, Managing Director and Industrial Psychologist, Human Interest

10 Minutes Q&A


12:45–13:30 Lunch break

13:30–13:50

Leadership Development for the new realities
As companies struggle to ensure business continuity during the novel coronavirus outbreak, leadership development may seem like the last thing on anyone’s mind. But good leadership is needed now more than ever to keep business moving forward and emerge strongly from the current challenge. For leadership development, it is time to pivot, not pause. Find out how you can optimise your leadership development programmes for the new realities

Dr Charles Du Toit, Managing Director, Charles Du Toit and Associates

10 Minutes Q&A

14:00–14:20

COVID-19 and reskilling the workforce
According to a McKinsey report, to emerge stronger from the Covid-19 vortex, companies should start reskilling their workforces now. Before the current crisis, changing technologies and new ways of working were already disrupting jobs and the skills employees need to do them. In a recent McKinsey Global Survey, 87 percent of executives said they were experiencing skill gaps in the workforce or expected them within a few years. But less than half of these respondents had a clear sense of how to address the problem. The coronavirus pandemic has made this question more urgent. 
Hear Debbie Craig unpack how your organisation can meet this challenge in relation to your current talent strategy.

Debbie Craig, Managing Director, Catalyst Consulting


10 Minutes Q&A

14:20–14:50

Talent Augmentation through AI, the next frontier of Talent Management
AI and its ability to augment human workers is one of the most influential forces that had begun shaping the future of work before the coronavirus pandemic hit. The pandemic has possibly accelerated the need for companies to harness the power of artificial intelligence. It is clear, the future is talent augmentation.

  • How can organisations unleash and harness human potential and AI capabilities?
  • In the Age of With, which human skills are irreplaceable?
  • How should organisations look at sourcing skills to build future success on a foundation of analytics and AI technologies?
  • How can AI be used to make work more meaningful?
Talitha Muller, Future of work Programme Manager, Deloitte

10 Minutes Q&A
15:00–15:30

Open discussion: Ask the Consultants/Specialists  
Delegates have a chance to pose any talent related questions to a panel of Specialists

Joan Peters, Leadership and Team Coach and Author of Employee Engagement: Creating Positive Energy at Work

Debbie Craig, Managing Director, Catalyst Consulting
Lerato Semenya, Managing Director, Chromatic Consulting
Talitha Muller, Future of work Programme Manager, Deloitte

10 Minutes Q&A


15:30 Close of conference


SPEAKERS

Andi Liba, Group HR lead, Cisco
Andisa heads up HR at Cisco SA. Andi brings an ability to strengthen the link between people and strategy as well as manage, motivate and retain people resources. Andi has extensive hands-on experience leading HR initiatives including policy design, compensation, performance management, recruiting, compliance reporting, HRIS implementations, HR workflow development, training and development, and benefits administration. Andi has experience in various industries including professional services, technology, corporate investment banking and insurance. Andisa serves as a guest lecture at Wits Arts School quarterly speaking to 4th year students, covering a multitude of topics ranging from “How learning will be impacted by the 4th Industrial Revolution” to “Monitoring and evaluating employee performance”, “Career development in the 21st Century” to name but a few. In her spare time Andisa is a mountaineer who has summited Kilimanjaro and will be attempting all Seven Highest peaks of the World to raise funds and awareness for Caring for Girls, an NGO that provides sanitary towels to young girls in disadvantaged areas around South Africa.
Sameera Mohamed, Head: Talent and Learning, Microsoft SA
Sameera joined Microsoft in October 2008. She holds a Bachelors of Social Sciences (Industrial and General Psychology) degree, a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) degree in Industrial Psychology and a Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) degree in Human Resources. During her tenure she held the positions of HR Operations, People and Organisation Capability Consultant for the Middle East and Africa Region (MEA) and HR Manager (Generalist) for the Commercial business in South Africa. As the Line HR Lead for Microsoft South Africa, she works with the business leaders to set people priorities and drive the progression of people agenda in terms of talent management, organisation and leadership effectiveness, culture and change management. She is a seasoned Human Resources Microsoft veteran with extensive local and international experience. Sameera has deep strategic thought leadership capability with a global perspective. In addition, Sameera holds the accountability for Diversity and Inclusion across Middle East and Africa, championing the initiative across the region.
Revani Manicum, Global Talent & Organisation Director, Unilever
Revani Manicum, Unilever’s Talent & Organisation Director for Africa best describes herself as the “Painter of Possibilities”, immersing herself in the future of work, future HR capabilities and a disruptor in HR. She is passionate about inspiring others on new methodologies and experimentation in the world of work. Revani’s career in HR spans over 18 years having worked in the Retail, Financial and FMCG markets. She has experience in Business Partnering, Culture Transformation, Performance Coaching, Leadership Development, Employer Branding, and Organisational Development. Revani holds a Bachelor of Social Science degree and a post graduate qualification in Industrial Psychology. A purpose led leader, whose purpose is to dare others to dream big! Her purpose is felt in all that she does in all aspects of her life. An advocate for managing ones energy and the power of positive narrative.
Terryn Palani, Executive Head: Talent, Vodacom
Terryn is a registered Industrial Psychologist. She has a passion for capability development, talent management, strategic change management, coaching and OD/OE. With more than thirteen years of versatile experience in Financial Services, Telecommunications, Parastatals and the FMCG industry, this has provided her with the opportunity to develop her skills across a broad spectrum. Terryn is known as a “innovator” and is usually brought in to re-build, optimise and accelerate growth – it is for this reason that she is generally no longer than 18 – 24 months in a single role, despite having solid tenure in all the organisation that she has been part of. She has been involved in strategic talent management, the digitization of learning and operations, coaching, leadership development, BBBEE alignment and leading change initiatives that impact individuals from shop floor to executive level. Terryn holds a master’s degree from the University of Witwatersrand and recently completed an executive education course at Insead focusing on strategy in the age of digital disruption.
Samantha Nagel Head of Talent Acquisition; Rand Mutual Assurance
Samantha is currently employed as Head of Talent Acquisition at RMA. She has held various National as well as International Talent Acquisition portfolios and her experience ranges across industries including Financial Service, Consulting firms, Hospitality as well as Retail. Passionate about people and their potential, she is a true Specialist within the broader Human Equities space and flies the Talent Acquisition flag very high. The People Agenda is very close to her heart and she constantly engages her clients around the People Balance Sheet as well strategic metric that assist with growing businesses of significance. Samantha is currently studying towards her Masters in Industrial Psychology.
Laura Heldsinger, Talent Engagement Manager, Diageo South Africa
Laura Heldsinger is the Talent Engagement Manager at Diageo South Africa. She started off as an HR graduate at Brandhouse Beverages after obtaining her Honours degree in Organisational Psychology at the University of Cape Town. Her current focus involves creating a strong employer brand through various initiatives, and is driven by her purpose of leaving a place in a better state than what she’s found it. She is the author of #lessonswithlaura on LinkedIn which aims to advise, educate, and inspire others in the workplace.
Dr James Ramakau, Manager: Talent and Sourcing at AngloAmerican
Dr James is a Manager: Talent and Sourcing at AngloAmerican. He has more than 13 years’ experience specialising in human resources, talent management, people effectiveness and industrial psychological services in a variety of industries including mining, manufacturing, and education. James holds a Phd in Industrial Psychology from UKZN. He is a registered Industrial Psychologist with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) and a Chartered HR Professional with the South African Board of People Practices (SABPP). He recently achieved a Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM) status with Toastmasters International, a communication and leadership organisation.
Ashnie Muthusamy, Group Manager: Talent Management, Sun International
Ashnie has an educational background in Psychology, HR and Leadership. For the last 20 years she has worked in various Group roles working with Talent Management. Her present portfolio includes Strategic Resourcing, Psychometric Assessment, Job Architecture; Performance Management, Succession Management, EVP among other HR responsibilities.
Vanessa Raath, International keynote, Global Teachnicl sourcing specialist and trainer
Vanessa Raath is a dynamic, international keynote Speaker who promises to keep you perched on the edge of your seat. Her specialty lies in presenting about Diversity and Inclusion in Sourcing – a topic that she is truly passionate about. Vanessa runs her own business where she trains both internal and agency Recruiters, across the globe, to source top talent more efficiently and effectively than their competitors. She loves sharing the knowledge that she has built up over several years in the Recruitment Industry. She has been described as a ‘Guru’ in the Tech Sourcing space and is definitely the ‘go to’ person for Sourcing in Africa.
Talitha Muller, Future of Work Programme Manager, Deloitte
Throughout her career as a consulting organisational psychologist and systems implementer, Talitha has experience in the changing nature of work; strategy alignment workshops; organisational effectiveness, design and development; HR technology implementation and adoption; talent management, employee engagement, team dynamics and effectiveness, and career development. She also gained experience in innovation programmes, as well as social collaboration strategy and platform design. As the Future of Work Programme Manager for Deloitte Africa, Talitha provides strategic guidance to clients on the impact of digital disruptions on how work gets done, where work gets done and by whom work gets done; and works with various cross-functional teams within Deloitte in developing fit-for-purpose strategies and solutions for clients’ future of work.


Martin Sutherland, Global Director, PeopleTree Talent Analytics International
Martin is the Global Director of PeopleTree Talent Analytics International, a software and consulting firm focused on talent analytics. He is a founder member of the company, launched in 1998, and has been responsible for its global expansion. Clients are spread across 47 countries in Africa, Europe, the Middle East, the US, Central and South America and India. Martin has always had a fascination with people and technology and has used technology and research to understand what makes people successful when they tackle new situations and business challenges. The result is a robust talent process, driven by powerful talent analytics, which helps companies to effectively direct time, money and effort to grow and develop all their talent. Prior to the formation of PeopleTree, Martin was a director of the largest public relations and communications company in South Africa. He regularly speaks at international conferences and publishes articles on the topic of talent management. He has 23 years of professional consulting experience in the ICT, Energy and Power, Financial Services & Banking, Transport, Retail and Manufacturing sectors.
Gugu Khazi, Director: Talent Advisory, Passion to Careers
Gugu Khazi is an author, career coach, and International speaker on Personal Career Management as well as leadership. She holds a Master’s in Business Management as well as an MSc in Industry, Trade & Development from Milpark Business School and the University of Manchester respectively. She has over 20 years of experience as a senior HR leader in various international businesses such as Kimberly-Clark and The Coca-Cola company in the Europe Middle East and Africa region. Gugu’s strength is working with businesses in ensuring that they have the right talent at the right time. This she does through connecting Talent strategy to business strategy, Workforce planning, succession planning, leadership development, as well as career management. It is Gugu’s personal mission to help others use their talents, strengths and passion to build successful and fulfilling careers. This inspired her to write her book Passion To Careers – to share her knowledge with others on how they build successful and fulfilling careers.
Dr, Jopie de Beer, CEO, JvR Africa Group
Jopie de Beer is one of the founders and currently the CEO of the JvR Africa Group of Companies. Established in 1994, the business entities in the JvR Africa Group have grown to include exceptional client solutions with regard to talent assessment and development. With a focus on the constructive use of assessment data and metrics, excellent client service, technology and innovation, the companies have built a recognised and respected brand for highly professional and trustworthy people solutions in Africa. Jopie is a psychologist with many years of experience. She relies on an excellent team of professionals who share her passion, drive and vision for every person to be given the opportunity to develop to their full potential.
Debbie Craig, Managing Director, Catalyst Consulting
Debbie is the founder of Catalyst Consulting and holds a B.Comm, an MBA and is a qualified NLP practitioner, process facilitator, game ranger, reflexologist and Reiki Master. Debbie has over 20 years’ experience in the field of strategy, leadership development, change management, talent management, high performance teams and organisational development. Her passion is transformation and empowerment. She has worked and consulted at leading local and global organisations in the private and public sector throughout Southern Africa and internationally.
Samantha Nagel Head of Talent Acquisition; Rand Mutual Assurance
Samantha is currently employed as Head of Talent Acquisition at RMA. She has held various National as well as International Talent Acquisition portfolios and her experience ranges across industries including Financial Service, Consulting firms, Hospitality as well as Retail. Passionate about people and their potential, she is a true Specialist within the broader Human Equities space and flies the Talent Acquisition flag very high. The People Agenda is very close to her heart and she constantly engages her clients around the People Balance Sheet as well strategic metric that assist with growing businesses of significance. Samantha is currently studying towards her Masters in Industrial Psychology.
Janko, Managing Director and Organisational Psychologist, Human Interest
Janko is an Organisational Psychologist and holds a Master’s Degree in IO Psychology at Unisa (Cum Laude). His other qualifications include a BCom Sport Management, BCom Hons Industrial Psychology, Certificate in Marketing & Customer Centricity (Cum Laude) and an Intensive Coaching Training Accreditation (Cum Laude). He is the Founder of Human Interest, a bespoke talent management consulting firm that partners with organisations to create a high-performing, integrated talent ecosystem – characterised by highly motivated, engaged and committed people. He has extensive consulting experience and has designed and delivered people solutions across various industries.
Joan Peters, Leadership and Team Coach and Author of Employee Engagement: Creating Positive Energy at Work
Previously Leadership Development Manager at Volkswagen Group South Africa, today Joan Peters is a consultant in the field of leadership and organisational development and an executive coach. She worked closely with the different CEOs and a wide range of executive management, leading a range of change management processes. These include leadership development interventions, coaching, talent management, assessment centres, organisational culture interventions, employee engagement surveys and team development workshops. Joan has an MPhil in Management Coaching from the University of Stellenbosch Business School.
Charles du Toit, Director, Charles du Toit and Associates and Author of Onboarding: Strategies for getting employees up to speed faster
Prior to being the CEO of Dr Charles du Toit and Associates, a niche Leadership and HR consultancy, Dr Charles du Toit was the HR Director of Eveready in South Africa for 16 years. Today he provides leadership development solutions, training and strategic support to a wide range of significant corporations and several Business Schools. He is also the founder and chairperson of the Nelson Mandela Bay HR Forum. Charles currently holds a PHD in Leadership.
Sandra Schlebusch, Managing Director, LEMASA (Pty) LTD and Author of Assessment Centres: Unlocking potential for growth
Sandra Schlebusch is the managing director of LEMASA (Pty) LTD and the owner of LeCouSa Consulting. She is a registered Psychometrist at the HPCSA. While her experience covers the whole spectrum of human and organisational development, her main focus is using simulations and Assessment Centres for developmental purposes. She has been actively involved in Assessment Centre design, implementation and evaluation for the past 30 years. She received an Award of Recognition for Continuous Contribution to the field of Assessment Centres in South Africa from the Assessment Centre Study Group (ACSG). She is a previous chairman of the ACSG and co-established the ACSG Academy, a part of the ACSG, with the aim to educate and skill potential Assessment Centre users. She currently holds a BCom Hons in Industrial Psychology, as well as an MBA.
Talitha Muller, Future of Work Programme Manager, Deloitte
Throughout her career as a consulting organisational psychologist and systems implementer, Talitha has experience in the changing nature of work; strategy alignment workshops; organisational effectiveness, design and development; HR technology implementation and adoption; talent management, employee engagement, team dynamics and effectiveness, and career development. She also gained experience in innovation programmes, as well as social collaboration strategy and platform design. As the Future of Work Programme Manager for Deloitte Africa, Talitha provides strategic guidance to clients on the impact of digital disruptions on how work gets done, where work gets done and by whom work gets done; and works with various cross-functional teams within Deloitte in developing fit-for-purpose strategies and solutions for clients’ future of work.

Ian Chauvet, Director, Human Interest
Ian holds a Master’s Degree in IO Psychology at Unisa (Cum Laude). He has worked in a number of organisations and has extensive consulting experience across multiple industries in the fields of Human Resources Management, Talent Management and Change Management. Previously Ian fulfilled a General Management Role providing leadership and management expertise to an emerging business in the ITC sector. Ian is currently a PhD candidate at UNISA where he is exploring the overlap between IO Psychology, Sport Psychology and the performance of the New Zealand rugby team. He is passionate about finding that elusive sweet spot in organisations between people, processes and technology – creating winning teams and businesses.
Ed McConville, Senior Director of Learning & Development, LinkedIn EMEA LATAM
Passionate about enabling personal transformation is the Senior Director of Learning & Development for LinkedIn EMEA LATAM, based in their Dublin office. Ed an International L&D Leader has been fortunate to hold several Leadership international portfolios, specialising in Human Resources & Learning & Development, who appreciates how learning can enable anyone strive to reach their own potential, making life a much more challenging, interesting and worthwhile journey.
Banu Baykal, Head: Growth Markets, LinkedIn Learning Solutions
Growth markets are Central Eastern Europe & South-Eastern Europe, Turkey, Sub Saharan Africa. LinkedIn is a company that's redefining talent space in all dimensions and changing the world. LinkedIn's vision is to empower every member of the global workforce to develop the skills they need to realize economic opportunity. These markets play a very big part of making this vision truly global, which really inspires Banu every day.
Deborah Hartung, Leadership and Culture Changemaker, Coach, Founder of Pivot PeopleTech and Host of The Leadership Burrito Podcast
Deborah’s career in HR spans 2 decades, during which time she has worked in employee relations, change management, OD and HR management, prior to becoming an independent consultant in 2008. She has always been known to question the status quo and act as a catalyst for change, so it is no surprise then that Deborah has built a global reputation as somewhat of an authority on all things relating to the human experience in the new world of work. As an active participant in progressive global communities such as DisruptHR, HackingHR and HumansFirst, Deborah is credited with creating a new agile performance management model as well as a 90-day methodology for accelerated workplace culture change and transformation.
Lisa Andrews Head of Talent Management, Africa, Old Mutual Limited
As an experienced Human Capital professional, Lisa currently leads talent management across 14 markets for Old Mutual Limited. Prior to this role, Lisa has held numerous roles with the BAT group, including an international assignment in the UK, leading in the Talent Centre of expertise across 200 Markets. She has a wealth of experience in Talent Management and Organizational Design driving robust leadership pipelining on a local and global level. Lisa holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) degree in Industrial Psychology from UCT and completed Leadership Development Programme

Adriaan Venter, Senior Account Manager, OfferZen
After leaving the small dorpie of Graaff-Reinet to get his honours degree in Industrial and Organisational Sociology at Rhodes University in the slightly larger dorpie of Grahamstown, Adriaan went on to spend one too many years travelling through Europe and Asia with his partner. This was followed by a move to Cape Town where he joined a startup and learned first-hand that recruitment in small tech businesses was an interesting problem to tackle. It wasn't long after he transitioned to working in recruitment full-time, that he realised the problem was larger than he initially thought and joined OfferZen with the intent of helping companies to level up their recruitment processes at scale. Over the last few years he's worked with hundreds of companies to grow their tech teams.

Daniel Burger, Senior Talent Management Specialist, Absa
Daniel holds a D Litt Et Phil in Industrial Psychology from the University of Johannesburg. He has more than 18 years’ experience in the human resources field, 10 of which was in management consulting, specialising in human capital strategy, talent and analytics. He has been at Absa for the past 5 and a half years, the larger of portion of which as a Human Resource People Partner. Currently he is in the role of Senior Talent Management Specialist in the Absa Group People and Culture Function. Daniel is well published and has presented at various international and local conferences. He also continues to lecture at the University of Johannesburg on an ad hoc basis in the Industrial Pyschology programme.

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