The digital revolution is having an unprecedented impact on the future of work, people and learning. Developments in robotics, social digital media, driverless vehicles, artificial intelligence, drones, machine learning, and virtual reality, are changing the quantitative and qualitative requirements of the future workforce. HR professionals in the mining industry have to find new ways to manage talent – attract, develop, reward and retain, and to inspire passion, innovation, entrepreneurial spirit and excellence. In order to succeed in this rapidly changing new world, we have to embrace the change, continuously learn and stay ahead of the game.
The forum will address and help you understand the future role of HR in the mining industry and the challenges faced in a new digital age. By attending this forum you will learn all you need to know about HR in the mining industry and the role it will play in reshaping the sector and a new approach that will be required by management. There are significant challenges when it comes to Human Resources as the workforces becomes increasingly specialized and feel the pressures of global human capital trends. You will learn that the most effective HR leaders in the mining industry are those who balance the need for labour and elasticity with the constant drive toward increased productivity and innovation. You will understand that the HR strategy for a mining company must reflect the future landscape of the industry and an increasingly important factor is automation. The discussion will include the fact that increasingly intelligent machines will redefine the need for human intervention and could contemplate an uncertain career where men and women are replaced by machines.
The forum will consist of a number of participants who will each discuss a particular aspect of the future challenges and opportunities faced by HR professionals in the mining industry. The audience will then get an opportunity to direct questions to the forum members and as a result attendees will get their most pressing questions answered.
Nqulelo Matai, Vice President: Human Resources, SASOL MINING
Nisha Mowjee, Vice President: Human Resources (Continental Africa Region), ANGLOGOLD ASHANTI
Joshua Serhan, Head Human Resources Africa, RIO TINTO
Hemuna Bhola, Group Manager, Talent and Learning, EXXARO RESOURCES
Hendrick Marobane, Head of Human Resources, MINTEK
Nomsa Mofokeng, Head of Human Resources, ARCELORMITTAL SA
Mokgubi Phasha, Learning and Development Manager, NORTHAM
Berno Roodt, HR Manager, Southern Africa Region,SIBANYE STILLWATER
Date: Thursday, 7 February 2019
Registration and breakfast: 7am
Cost: R390 per person
Venue: Regenesys Campus, 4 Pybus Road, Sandton
Breakfast will be served.
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