Nutshell hosts 2nd Talent Management Forum on 23 Jan

January 20, 2010 at 6:26 am 1 comment

Nutshell Forum, in collaboration with Asian HRM Network, Lahore HR Forum, GEO News, Learning Minds and Pakistan Software Houses Association for IT & ITES (P@SHA), is hosting the 2nd Talent Management Forum on Saturday, January 23, 2010 from 0900 to 1700 hours at Marriott Hotel, Karachi.

The conference will discuss strategies and ideas to ensure a strong talent management process within your organization.

Hear from a panel of CEOs and HR practitioners and experts on the unique challenges facing organizations in 2010-11 and how best to ensure that your biggest resource is creating the strongest impact for your company.

Limited seats are available on first come first served basis.
There are a host of known names who will be speaking at the event including some speakers from the tech sector – Jawwad Ahmed Farid from Alchemy Technologies, Badar Khushnood of Google and Al Karim Hassan from Etilize.

Javed Jabbar, Global Vice President, IUCN & Former Senator & Federal Minister for Information & Media Development

Prof. Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman, Coordinator General, COMSTECH & Former Federal Minister for Science & Technology & Former Chairman, HEC

Tariq Ikram, President, Textile Institute of Pakistan & Former Minister of State & Chairman, Export Promotion Bureau & Reckitt & Colman Pakistan

Ismail Mapara, Managing Director, 3M Pakistan & Business Head, 3M Middle East, North Africa & Central Europe

Humayun Bashir, Country General Manager, IBM Pakistan

Jawwad Ahmed Farid, CEO, Alchemy Technologies & Author of “Reboot”

Hasan Aziz Bilgrami, President, BankIslami Pakistan Limited & ICMAP

Mazhar Valjee, Managing Director, Areva T&D Pakistan (Formerly Alstom)

*Tauqeer Ahmed, Managing Director, Dupont Pakistan Operations

Badar Khushnood, Country Consultant, Google Inc.

Al-Karim Hassan, Director HR Global Operations, Etilize Inc., USA

Naushad H. Javaid, Director People Excellence, Telenor Pakistan

Muhammad Tahir Mushtaq, EVP Human Resources & Admin., PTCL

Shakeel S. Mapara, Director Human Resources, sanofi-aventis

Khalid Zaman Khan, Director HR, HSBC Middle East Bank Limited

Fariha K. Salahuddin, Director HR, Glaxo Smith Kline Pakistan

Wasif Waseem Ashraf, Director HR, Coca-Cola Beverages Pakistan Limited

Dr. Razi Azmat, Head of HR, Habib Bank Limited

Tahir Jawaid, General Manager HR, Engro Chemical Pakistan Limited

Wali Zahid, CEO, SkillCity UAE & C-Level Coach

Akram Durrani, Director Human Resources, Dawood Group

Syed Zulfeqar Ali, Head of HR, GEO TV

Adeel Anwar, President, Lahore HR Forum & Head of NTI, Netsol Technologies

Uzma Bashir Ghous, CEO, UBG Associates

Sohail Zindai, International Speaker, Trainer & Consultant / CLO, Learning Minds

Sidra Iqbal, Communication Strategist & TV Anchor

Jovaria Khizer, Associate & Consultant, Learning Minds

* Tentative

2nd Talent Management Forum-1


1-5 nominees PKR 5,500 per participant
5+ nominees PKR 5,000 per participant
(includes lunch, refreshment breaks, conference kit and participation certificate)

PKR 4,900/- per participant
(Only for the members of LHRF,

Your participation will be confirmed subject to receipt of payment.
All cheques and drafts to be made in favor of “NUTSHELL FORUM”. Refunds not allowed, however substitute may attend.
Organizers reserve the right to alter the program.

For registration, please contact:

Shahid Aziz Farooqi (0300-2704036) or
Zulfiqar A. Rahim (0333-3027242)


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