The greatest asset of any country or organization is its "PEOPLE". Leaders across the region have hosted a national agenda with the primary objective of economic diversification and building sustainable knowledge based economy with human resources as its backbone. But, effectively managing human capital to align with the country's or organization's vision can be challenging. Challenges are always offset by opportunities. Hence, business & HR leaders need to take charge of the challenges posed by the dynamic economic, demographic, digital and social landscape & work towards the "opportunity of rethinking HR" In this age of disruption, HR & business leaders are being compelled to innovate ways on how to strategize, recruit, develop, engage and retain the new age workforce. With the advent of Gen Z and with business environments evolving rapidly than ever before, the 6th Annual GOV HR Summit provides the perfect knowledge sharing platform for HR professionals from the government, public and private sector to reimagine HR, benchmark employee experience, create tools and implement a sustainable HR model.

In its 6th Annual edition, the summit is undoubtedly, the biggest gathering of C- level Executives and Ministries from across the GCC and aims to discuss crucial topics such as reinventing human capital management, developing compensation strategies to meet the demands of today's competitive workforce, sharing successful implementation of nationalization initiatives, Re-calibrating company culture that supports business goals, innovating ways to inspire and motivate the workforce and leveraging technology to make informed decisions on managing talent & engagement.

2017 Speakers

Watch 2016 4th Annual GOV HR Summit Video

In its fourth edition, GOV HR Summit once again brought together over 250 C level executives and senior level HR professionals from the government, state owned entities and public sector entities. Both HR professionals and service providers recognized the summit as Middle East’s foremost event dedicated to redefining the human capital function in the government and public sector organizations.


Don't take our word for it, here's what our attendees had to say about last year's edition