Indian Institute of Management Amritsar is gearing up to host the 8th edition of its Annual HR Conclave, Yukti, on August 5th, with a focus on the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on HR practices and cultivating a mentally healthy workplace. The Conclave aims to provide a platform for industry experts and budding managers to discuss the latest trends in HR and explore the challenges and opportunities presented by AI.
The theme for the first-panel discussion is Impact of AI on HR: Opportunities and Challenges. This panel will delve into the right balance between human and AI integration, considering the significant opportunities and obstacles that come with it. Mr. Raj Raghavan, Chief People & Culture Officer of Corestack.io, will be the keynote speaker for this panel. Other esteemed panelists include leaders from companies such as Wipro Limited, Force Motors Ltd., Suzuki Motor Gujarat Pvt. Ltd., Mindtree, and JP Morgan Chase.
As AI continues to advance, industries are faced with the task of adapting their HR practices to this emerging technology. The first panel aims to shed light on this new normal in HR practices, emphasizing the need for companies to embrace AI while maintaining a balance between utilization and risk mitigation.
The second-panel discussion revolves around Cultivating a Mentally Healthy Workplace: Nurturing Employee Well-being and Promoting Mental Health. Mr. Dharm Rakshit, Sr. GM HR and Lead Employees Relations of Hero Motocorp, will deliver the keynote address for this panel. The discussion will be further enriched by panelists from Sodexo, Sapphire Foods (Pizza Hut & KFC), Ex-CJ Darcl, a global talent management and change expert, and Avnet India Pvt Limited.
Creating a workplace that promotes well-being and mental health awareness is a top priority for organizations today. HR teams are striving to align strategic goals with a healthy work-life balance to equip future leaders in navigating corporate life effectively. This panel aims to explore the practices that foster positive mental health and evaluate the progress made in implementing such measures.
Overall, the two panels at IIM Amritsar’s HR Conclave will address the extremes of HR trends and provide valuable insights into the future of HR practices. By adhering to the guidelines of offering quality content while maintaining a balanced view of the topic, attendees will gain a deeper understanding of the evolving HR landscape. The Conclave reflects the institute’s commitment to preparing future leaders to navigate the uncertainties of a dynamic business scenario.