5th International HR Summit ‘HumanOurce- 2018’
8th September 2018
Theme: Employeeship: The New People Strategy
Dr. Gaur Hari Singhania Institute of Management and Research (GHS-IMR), Kanpur is organizing 5th International HR Summit ‘HumanOurce- 2018’ on September 8th, 2018 (Saturday) at its campus. This humble journey began in 2014 with the objective of gathering HR Professionals of the region to reflect on strengthening the HR profession and thereby develop the human capital.
Human capital is considered to be one of the most important elements for company success. The process of developing human capital requires creating the necessary environment in which employees can learn better, apply innovative ideas, acquire new competencies, develop skills, and have directionality. The culture of employeeship builds an environment which fosters the key attributes of responsibility, loyalty and initiative.
The concept of ‘employeeship’ is about creating a strong commitment to purpose for everybody in an organization. It is a deep loyalty of the individual towards the three success areas of the company: productivity, relations and quality. It is a new culture where leadership and staff share full responsibility for triumph and defeat.
Thus, to know more about this rejuvenating concept, we have picked up ‘Employeeship’ as the main theme of this summit. Professionals, academicians and policy implementers will share their issues and challenges in developing human capital. Optimistically, post deliberations they can come out with ideas on crafting ‘Employeeship’ as the new people strategy.
An organization’s growth and prosperity cannot only be attributed to external/customer oriented practices but also to its internal and inimitable human resources or employees. Thus, such employees need to be generated, who lead themselves, their relations and their own work with a holistic approach based on clear values, awareness and competence.
Employeeship is new thinking and a new effective concept that is about creating conscientiousness and commitment to be able to strive and achieve what is important to an organization. It can create a culture where every employee will lead to the success of organization.
Thus, the primary theme for this summit is “Employeeship: The New People Strategy”, with special focus on sub themes: Employee Health and Happiness, Managing Millennial, Technology and Social Media, Diversity and Inclusion and Performance Management. Themes and subthemes will be discussed through a series of Panel Discussions, Open House Discussion, Plenary Sessions and Paper Presentations.
The confluence aims at helping the policy makers and implementers together craft a strategy to spawn employees with developed internal communication, understanding and participation, cooperation and team spirit. It’ll also help them understand that establishment of a good employeeship leads to cultural transformation of an organization that supports continuous improvements.
The additional feature that is being included in this summit is Paper/Article presentation on summit theme and subthemes. Management practitioners, consultants, entrepreneurs, academicians, and students are invited to contribute articles and papers on above mentioned theme. The paper will be peer reviewed and can be subjected to modifications/enhancement by the editorial board. Selected papers will be presented in a session dedicated for the same. All accepted papers will be published in the form of a book with an ISBN number. Word limit for abstract and full paper is 250 and 5000 respectively.
Abstract/Full paper submission by: June 30th 2018
Intimation of acceptance for Abstract/Full Paper: July 15th 2018
Full Paper Submission with PPT: July 30th 2018
Registration for making presentation: August 8th 2018
Resource Persons / Speakers: Many eminent and very senior professionals from industry and academia will lead the summit deliberations.
Attendees and Participants: This summit expects the representation of around 300 professionals eager to learn. They will participate and witness deliberation by speakers. The Summit will be most useful for HR officials / Head, HR faculty members and HR student.
Participating Procedure: For participation in this summit the interested candidates should submit the filled up registration form and refer clause of participation fee and free seat.
For Students: INR 500
For Academia/Industry: INR 1000
For International Participants: $100
The fee includes cost of reading material, certification, tea, lunch. The fee of accompanying person shall be same as that of participant.
The fee is to be paid in advance either in cash or by cheque or demand draft in favor of “Dr. Gaur Hari Singhania Institute of Management & Research” payable at Kanpur.
The fee can also be transferred through RTGS/NEFT. The details are mentioned below:
A/c No. 0255009300676988
RTGS/NEFT IFS Code: PUNB0025500
Name of the Bank: Punjab National Bank
Address: Mall Road, Kanpur, India
Free Seats: With the objective of creating new thinking and strategy about Employeeship among academic institutions and corporate world we have kept few unpaid/ free seats reserved. However for free registration, registration form should be submitted on or before August 30th 2018.
The participation both in paid and unpaid categories is on first come first serve basis therefore interested candidates are suggested to preregister themselves using the enclosed registration form. All registered candidates on reporting will be given Certificate of Participation during the valedictory ceremony.
Registration Form: Candidates can fill the on line registration form or download from institute website i.e. www.ghsimr.ac.in. They can also get it directly from the institute.
Day and Date: Saturday, 8th September, 2018 Venue: GHS-IMR Campus, located in the heart of Kanpur city. Time: 9:30a.m. – 6:00p.m.
About Kanpur: With its own historical, religious and commercial importance, Kanpur stands as one of North India’s major industrial center on the banks of the eternal river Ganga. Kanpur experiences a typical version of a humid subtropical climate that resembles the climate of Delhi to some degree. Rains appear between July and September. The temperature in September ranges from 25°C to 34°C. Some of places worth visiting in Kanpur are J.K.Temple, Moti Jheel, Memorial Church, Nana Rao Park, Allen Forest Zoo, Jain Glass Temple, Massacre Ghat etc. The historic cities of Agra, Allahabad, Lucknow and Varanasi are all less than five hours drive from Kanpur. The World Heritage Site Khajuraoh is nearby as well.
How to Reach Kanpur: Kanpur is connected to all the major cities of the country by roads as well as through massive train network. It is situated on National Highway No. 2 on the Delhi-Agra-Allahabad-Calcutta route and on National Highway No. 25 on the Lucknow-Jhansi-Shivpuri route. Delhi, the capital city of India is well connected to all the parts of the world via Indira Gandhi International Airport. There are easy road, rail and air travel modes available from Delhi to Kanpur.
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Dr. (Prof.) Rakesh Premi - Director, GHS-IMR
Dr. Monika Srivastava – Summit Chair Mr. Devendra Jaiswal – Summit Co- Chair
Mob. +91 9307911816 Mob: +91 9453036860
Organizing Committee Members
Dr. Shekhar Trivedi, Dr. Bhagwan Jagwani, Dr. Kunwar Milind Singh, Dr. Hari Lal Bhaskar,
Mr. Vinod Sharma, Ms. Usha Shukla, Mr.Ashwani Bajpai, Mr. UK Shukla, Mr. Vinayak Gupta, Mr.Jugal Kishor, Mr.Sushil Nigam, Ms. Nidhi Shukla, Mr. VK Mishra, Ms. Priyanka Mishra, Ms.Shraddha Shukla
Anmol Sethi, Vidisha Bansal, Kunal Dhawan, Saif Ali Sddiqui, Isha Pandey, Swapnil Singh
Mob: 8888052813, 7080769389