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  • Workplace Happiness Conclave

    Learn & Share Insights on Creating a Happy Workplace. Connect and Network with CEOs, CHROs & Future Leaders from some of India Inc’s Leading Companies.

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THEME INTRODUCTION

 

Statistics show that a company’s culture has a direct impact on employee turnover, which affects productivity, and therefore success. A Columbia University study shows that the likelihood of job turnover at an organization with rich company culture is a mere 13.9 percent, whereas the probability of job turnover in poor company cultures is 48.4 percent. The reason for this is simple: unhappy employees don’t tend to do more than the minimum, great workers who don’t feel appreciated quit, and poor managers negatively affect workers and productivity.

In Rob Markey’s Harvard Business Review blog post, “Transform Your Employees Into Passionate Advocates,” he states, “Loyal, passionate employees bring a company as much benefit as loyal, passionate customers. They stay longer, work harder, work more creatively, and find ways to go the extra mile. They bring you more great employees. And that spreads even more happiness — happiness for employees, for customers, and for shareholders.” Although you don’t have to be a math whiz to understand the correlation between happiness and productivity, the Department of Economics at the University of Warwick found that happy workers are 12 percent more productive than the average worker, and unhappy workers are 10 percent less productive. In fact, unhappy employees cost American business over $300 billion each year. So it literally pays to make sure your employees are happy.

Statistics from New Century Financial Corporation indicate that employees who are actively engaged in their job, i.e. happy, produce better results. For instance, account executives at a banking company who were actively disengaged produced 28 percent less revenue than those who were engaged. On the other hand, companies with happy employees outperform the competition by 20 percent, earn 1.2 to 1.7 percent more than their peer firms, and are 2.1 percent above industry benchmarks. Happy workers are also more likely to solve difficult problems faster.

Corporate Shiksha’s Workplace Happiness Conclave is focused on creating the body of knowledge on Workplace Insights on Creating a Happy Workplace. Some of the key highlights of the program are mentioned below. Join the Workplace Happiness Conclave and engage in knowledge exchange with other participating leaders.

CEO Dialogue on Workplace Happiness

Leaders Dialogue on Inclusive Leadership

CHRO Dialogue on Gender Diversity & Inclusive Culture

Leaders Dialogue on Culture of High Performance & Learning

Trends & Insights from Best Workplaces

Trends & Insights from Best Workplaces

Digital Dialogue with Senior Leaders

Digital Dialogue with Senior Leaders

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Add to My Calendar 2018-04-26 08:00:00 2018-07-27 04:30:00 Asia/Kolkata Workplace Happiness Conclave 2018 by Corporate Shiksha Workplace Happiness Conclave by Corporate Shiksha is being held on July 27, 2018 at the Delhi. For more information please visit http://conclave.corporateshiksha.com/WorkplaceHappiness Delhi Corporate Shiksha info@corporateshiksha.in
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Debyani Sinha_2

Debyani Sinha

Global HR Head, Nucleus Software Exports
Carmistha Mitra

Carmistha Mitra

Vice President HR, Mahindra and Mahindra
Ajay Bhatia

Ajay Bhatia

Senior HR Professional
Rajiv Naithani

Rajiv Naithani

Head of India HR, Infogain
Samit Deb

Samit Deb

Chief People Officer, Birlasoft
Ankur-Sethi4

Ankur Sethi

Founder & CEO, Corporate Shiksha

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Archana-Kumar

Archana Kumar

Senior Vice President and Head - HR, IREO Management Advisors
Simi Askari_1

Simin Askari

Senior Vice President Human Resources, DS Group
Puja Kapoor

Puja Kapoor

Vice President - HR, Evalueserve
Rashmi Mansharamani

Rashmi Mansharmani

Corporate Head - HR, Wave Infratech Private Limited
Neeru Mehta

Neeru Mehta

VP- People Development, Head of HR India Region, GlobalLogic
Pooja-Malik

Pooja Malik

Head - Human Resources, Mytrah N4 Electric
Padma-Singh

Padma Singh

VP & Head OD & Training, A large Indian Conglomerate with diverse business interests
Goutami Dutt

Goutami Dutt

Head of Learning and Development, OLX India
Mandeep Kaur

Mandeep Kaur

Strategic Human Resources Leader, IBM
Arpita Kuila

Arpita Kuila

Head - Human Resources, NEC India
Joyeeta Chatterjee

Joyeeta Chatterjee

Executive Vice President HR, Punj Lloyd Limited
Renu Bohra

Renu Bohra

Senior Director HR, DB Schenker
Swadesh Behera

Swadesh Behera

Regional Director HR - India, Middle East & Africa, Boston Scientific
Nikhil-Taneja

Nikhil Taneja

Group Head - HR, S.Chand Group
Manoj-GARG

Manoj Garg

CHRO & Business Head International and Corporate Business, Dr Lal PathLabs
Sunil Pathak

Sunil Pathak

Director- Human Resources, Cadence Design Systems
Rajiv Kapahi

Rajiv Kapahi

Sr. Director - India Hub : Finance, Operations & Distribution, Boston Scientific
Subrat Sharma

Subrat Sharma

India HR Head, Rockwell Automation
Rajesh Tripathi

Rajesh Tripathi

Vice President & Head-Corporate HR, GHCL Limited
Swarndeep Singh

Swarndeep Singh

Head HR CoE-Recruitment & Selection, Innodata

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THE SCHEDULE

Breakfast & Registration

08:00 AM – 9:00 AM

Welcome Address & Theme Introduction

09:00 AM – 9:30 AM

CEO Dialogue on Inclusive Leadership

Session on making inclusion a cornerstone of company culture assures you that every good idea is voiced & heard.

09:30 AM – 11:00 AM

Networking Tea

11:00 AM – 11:30 AM

CHRO Dialogue

Learning from experiences of winning, failing and achieving happiness at work.

11:30 AM – 01:00 PM

Networking Lunch

01:00 PM – 02:00 PM

CHRO Dialogue on Culture of High Performance & Learning

02:00 PM – 03:30 PM

Fireside Chat with Business Leader

Candid conversation with a renowned business leader on culture connecting people+purpose

03:30 PM – 04:00 PM

Networking Tea

04:00 PM – 04:30 PM

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Registration Fees for Non Members : Rs. 7,500/-

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REGISTRATION FEES FOR CORPORATE MEMBERS : Rs. 5,000/-
Service Providers Registration Fees :  Rs. 12,000/-

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30+ SUPPORTING ORGANISATIONS

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anukshi.mittal@corporateshiksha.in

+91 7042561234

 

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+91 7042571234, +91 11 40234475

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