Thu 20-07-2017 14:55 PM
DUBAI, 20th July, 2017 (WAM) -- Dubai Government Human Resources Department yesterday hosted the activities of the "HR Lighthouse" under the title "HR Future Trends" during an interactive conference.
With a wide participation of stakeholders and peers that take active interest in matters surrounding human resources at various government departments and institutions in Dubai, the 7th edition of the HR Lighthouse aims to embody the partnership between the Government of Dubai and various human resources professionals as well as to provide an interactive platform for the exchange of knowledge in addition to serving as an enlightening centre for creative thinking.
The session, which is part of the "HR Lighthouse" conference, discussed the challenges and prospects of the future of human capital. The choice of this hub is an affirmation to the UAE government's approach and strategies for the future.
Eissa Abdulla Bin Natouf, Director of Insurance Affairs at Dubai Government Human Resources Department, pointed out that the human resources community in the government sector in Dubai is focused on creating an outlook from a human capital perspective within specific pillars, which he outlined employing the development of future scenarios of government work and public services.
He stressed the importance of achieving a tight link between education outputs and future perceptions and models on the labor market and its needs.
Ms. Sarah Davis, Centre and Qualifications Partnerships Manager- CIPD Middle East and GCC, delivered a presentation on the vision of the workforce in the Middle East from the CIPD perspective.
The second presentation was on "The Dynamics of Future Talents", presented by David Jones, Founder and CEO of The Talent Enterprise, in which he addressed the future characteristics of human capital stemming from the effects of technological developments.
On the sidelines of the HR Lighthouse activities, a Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, was signed between Dubai Government Human Resources Department and CEB Consulting, which aims to enhance research and knowledge cooperation in the field of human resources development.