VISAKHAPATNAM: Director (Personnel) of Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd., has called upon practicing managers to uphold the best traditions of the country for achieving excellence.
Addressing a ‘HR Meet’ organised by the RINL at the Centre for HRD with the objective of mutual knowledge sharing among the HR fraternity in Visakhapatnam on Satuday, he told the gathering comprising practicing managers from NTPC, Andhra University, GITAM, BHPV, Coromandel Fertilisers and others, besides the host company VSP that continuous learning and updating have been the mantra for survival and success in the dynamic business world.
At the same time, one should not fail to tap the talent and passion inherent in one’s organisation for attaining higher productivity and face competition, he observed.
The knowledge acquired was enhanced only through sharing and HR meets are a step in the right direction.
About 40 HR professionals from various industrial organisations and academic community in Visakhapatnam participated in the programme and shared their best practices.
Presentations were given by individual teams on issues like mentoring system, performance management and competency mapping, followed by open discussion on all human related topics and industrial relations.
DGM (Training and HRD) in-charge S.R. Mallikarjuna Rao, DGM(HRD) A. Radhakrishna and Senior Manager (HRD) C.V.S.P. Varma spoke.