In this episode of Reimagining Company Culture, we’re chatting with Anish Lalchandani, Former Global Head of Talent Management at Standard Chartered Bank. Anish advises and consults with CEOs and HR leaders in sustainable building Talent & Diversity strategy to support their business growth and ambition. His work involves coaching senior business leaders and making work more human for today and tomorrow.
About the guest
Anish Lalchandani is the founder & CEO of HumanWorkz. He advises and consults with CEOs and HR leaders in sustainable building Talent & Diversity strategy to support their business growth and ambition. His work involves coaching senior business leaders, and making work more human for today and tomorrow. He has worked extensively at the intersection of transformation, development, and culture. His corporate career spans across 2 decades; he was the Global Head of Talent Management for Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) and was responsible for the Talent Management and Development strategy from the Management team to the Director level. In addition, he has done various global roles with SCB in Singapore, with a focus on - defining people leader practices, building talent culture, designing how we improve people decisions based on assessments and data, and embedding sustainable D&I and talent practices across Asia Middle East, Europe and Americas. He has also been a Board member and HR committee Chair with a large Charity in Singapore.He is a certified Coach (ICF, ACC), a Member of the CIPD institute and a Mental Health First Aider (MHFA, England) He has spoken at various international conferences and webinars covering the Future of work, leadership development, talent management, and cultural transformation.
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