HR BOOT CAMP 2013, an intense and focused experience which will stretch participants’ physical and mental boundaries while they interact with other HR professionals. The HR Boot Camp 2013 has been designed to promote HR as a flexible, adaptable, solution oriented partner and an invaluable resource when it comes to solving problems.
HR professionals with 0-5 + years of experience who are passionate about their profession and have a burning desire to contribute towards organizational success should attend.
“Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leaves a trail.” Ralph Waldo Emerson
That was the essence on the HR Boot Camp 2012, conducted from the Society’s platform. The first of its kind to be held in Pakistan, the HR Boot Camp was a unique blend of learning through experience. This action packed program was especially designed for young HR professionals who aspire to take their HR skills and knowledge to the next level and become a positive force for change in their organizations. The purpose of this workshop was to develop mindsets capable of facing challenges,both physical and mental.
Taking the Society’s HR Development Program further, a speaker session was organized with Dr. Ishrat Husain, Dean & Director Institute of Business Administration.
Attended by members of PSHRM & guests belonging to the corporate world, Dr. Ishrat started by emphasizing the role of HR and its impact on business.
During his talk, Dr. Ishrat shared his experiences of working with HR as strategic partners in molding organizations and its previous culture and taking it towards a new vision.
Pakistan Society for Human Resource Management hosted an iftar & dinner on August 9, 2012 for its members and others in the HR Community.
Guests were invited for a casual presentation on PSHRM developments and changes the new Executive Committee would like to bring to the Society. The talk was lead by Mr. Kanwer Anwar Saeed, Director HR & Administration at Engro Foods. It turned into a hearty interactive discussion which was followed by iftar & dinner.