SANDOR JANOSI

SANDOR JANOSI

SANDOR JANOSI

Executive Global Head of Human Resources – BAKER HUGHES

About

Result oriented, dynamic, business minded executive HR leader successful in Global & EMEA HR roles. Change Leader, built successful organizations, led large successful global transformation efforts. Skilled at finding the right balance between building strategy and driving execution, as well as driving organizational performance.
Coaching and partnering with CEOs and senior business leaders, attracting and developing key talents as well as building the right engaging and motivating culture is what I enjoy most in HR. Have significant labor relations expertise across Europe. Proud to have built and lead successful HR teams and talents. Lived in 5 European countries. Background in engineering and early career in sales always helped to stay close to business, understand key business challenges and develop HR solutions to address them.

In his current role, Sandor is leading Global Human Resources for Baker Hughes’s Subsea & Surface Pressure Systems business. S&SPS is a $3BN+ global products and services business in Oilfield Services and Equipment segment with 3 product lines: Subsea Production Systems, Flexible Pipes Systems and Surface Pressure Controls, which all facilitates the safe and reliable control and flow of hydrocarbons from the wellhead to production facilities. Global Headquarter in Aberdeen, United Kingdom and 7.5K staff across 38 countries.

Sessions

November 15, 2023 09:10 AM
Opening Keynote: What’s next for HR to create value in the ever changing business context?
We all recognize and experience the changing business context with technology (openAI), social, political, economic, climate, and lifestyle trends. As a result of these trends, people and organization issues are top of mind for business executives, boards, customers, investors, and regulators. These trends will require new assumptions about the future of work today and HR’s evolving role to respond to these assumptions. This keynote will highlight four emerging assumptions: connecting the inside to the outside (outside/in), harnessing uncertainty, personalizing work, and navigating paradox.
THE HR CONGRESS – a publication by CONNEXA MEDIA

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