Addressing challenges faced in planning and implementation of job localization and enhancing KM strategies in the era of global competitiveness

Bringing together Distinguished HR Professionals & Senior Decision Makers in the GCC Region to Discuss and Benchmark Crucial Issues on Workforce Nationalization

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Emphasizing the Strategic Importance of GCC Workforce Development
Discussing the Regional & International Best Practices, on Overcoming the Current Challenges of Job Localization in the Industry

Conference Profile and Objectives

In the era of globalization, within the business landscape, organizations continue to be challenged to build a resilient, engaged and high performing national workforce.

Datamatix with much optimism presents, the “17th GCC Workforce Nationalization Strategy Development Conference”, that is planned to help achieve the goals of GCC job localization plans and strategies and overcome the challenges and to assist government and private sector organizations understand GCC job localization goals and objectives. The conference aims to discuss the challenges of GCC job localization and take effective steps towards GCC strategic plan for exploring and envisioning the future of job localizations through the empowerment of distinct nationals.

The event aspires to bring together distinguished HR professionals & senior c-level executives, managing directors, senior vice presidents, heads of departments and senior decision makers in the government, semi-government and public sectors in the GCC region to discuss and benchmark crucial issues on Workforce Nationalization in the GCC Region whilst highlighting topics such as challenges faced in planning and implementation of job localization, roadmap for senior positions, enhancing knowledge management strategies of nationals in the era of global competitiveness.

Bringing the Human Resource function to the forefront, the GCC workforce nationalization strategy development conference will see industry experts emphasize the strategic importance of workforce development and discuss regional and international best practices on overcoming the current challenges in the industry.

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2256
Attendees
1752
Nominees
130
Sponsors
57
Partners
235
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Exploring and Envisioning the Future of Job Localizations through the Empowerment of Distinct Nationals

  • Leaders and Executives from Government and Business, HR
  • Heads, Directors of Manpower planning sectors
  • Heads, Directors of Nationalization, Organizational Development
  • Heads, Directors of Talent Management
  • Policy makers, regulators and government officials
  • Recruitment Executives, HR Executives, Career Development Officers
  • Managers: Training and Development, Administration, L&D
  • Project Managers and Section Heads and Nationalization Officers
  • Research and Development Managers, and Consultants
  • Business Development Officers, and Leadership Management Systems
  • University Presidents and Deans of colleges and Management Institutes
  • Gain insights about workforce Nationalization challenges and issues
  • Learn Innovative Strategies to Bridge the Skill Gap
  • Explore New Ideas of Attracting, Engaging and Retaining the GCC Nationals
  • Explore talent demand & supply drivers through Effective Workforce Nationalization Framework
  • Driving your Organization's Growth with Building Leadership Capabilities within your workforce
  • Managing the Expectations of the GCC Youth and the Nationalization Goals of the Government
  • Engaging your National Workforce
  • Building Capabilities through Talent Analytics

The conference aims to discuss the challenges of GCC job localization and take effective steps towards GCC strategic plan for exploring and envisioning the future of job localizations through the empowerment of distinct nationals.

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