Government HR event opens tomorrow in Abu Dhabi

Fourth annual GOV HR Summit to discuss human resource issues for government

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Government HR event opens tomorrow in Abu Dhabi The summit and masterclass will focus on HR issues for the public sector.
By  Mark Sutton Published  October 24, 2016

The fourth annual GOV HR Summit will open tomorrow at Emirates Palace Hotel, Abu Dhabi.

The event, which is organised by Dubai-based QnA, will play host to senior level officials from government and semi-government organisations, to discuss issues around human resources for the public sector.

The two-day summit is taking place on the theme of ‘Creating a Breakthrough in People Performance', and will include sessions on HR, talent strategy operations, engagement and productivity, digital transformation and adapting to change, capability gap, workforce optimization, attracting Arab women into the workforce, competency and performance management.

The event will also include the GCC GOV HR Awards on 26th October, and a one-day masterclass, on 27th.

The masterclass will be led by Dr Linda Holbeche who was listed as one of the Top 40 Power Players in Personnel by Personnel Today since 2000 and amongst the top 10 HR Most Influential Thinkers by HR Magazine since 2008. The topic of the masterclass is ‘Creating a culture of employee engagement through developing engaging managers and leaders'.

This year's Summit is officially endorsed by the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratization, and sponsored by National Bonds (lead sponsor); IBM (platinum sponsor); PwC, Franklin Covey, MACAT, The RBL Group, (gold sponsors); and Saba and AMIDEAST (silver sponsors).

"At the conference we will hear from industry leaders on various themes and how these can be applied to the government and public sector to increase efficiency, effectiveness, and most of all worker happiness and mobility. We are excited to host this prestigious event for the fourth consecutive year, its recurrence is a measure of the previous edition's success, importance, and prowess in the GCC region," said Ackash Jain, Director, QnA International.

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