Strathmore Universiy Business School Logo

Annual HR Summit

Redefining the Future of Work in the New Normal



You are cordially invited to our three half-day Virtual Annual HR Summit 2020 running from 6th – 8th October 2020. The theme is Redefining the Future of Work in the New Normal

The SBS Annual HR Summit is an initiative of the SBS Executive Education to support HR practitioners and business leaders navigate through, thrive and optimize the human capital as businesses adapt new strategies during and post the Covid-19 pandemic. The pandemic has disrupted the business models and the environment businesses are operating.

This Summit is aimed at supporting HR Practitioners in redesigning work, workforce strategies and their Return to Work Formula. It will provide a context of what the work-place will look like post the pandemic. Specifically, the HR Summit will cover 3 main pillars: 

  • Future of Work in Uncertain Times – Emerging trends, opportunities, challenges and the way forward
  • Redefining Work, the Workforce & Workplace of the Future
  • Revolutionizing HR – Leveraging digital transformation

The sessions will also provide participants with an opportunity to hear from a diverse panel of experienced business leaders in HR and top management on the Future of Work.

Target Participants

  • For HR directors
  • Talent Managers
  • Learning and Development Managers
  • Business Partners & Line Managers
  • Mid-Level and Senior Management Level Human Resources Professionals
  • Professionals in charge of Strategy in their organisations
  • Senior Management interested in people management
  • Chief Executive Officers (CEOs)

interested in optimizing their people for optimal business performance



Agnes Ruoro is the project lead, Top 100 Small & Medium Enterprises in Kenya, and a Doctoral Fellow at Strathmore Business School. Until January this year, she was Director of Executive Education. Her role includes curriculum development and design of leadership development programmes for high-level senior executives in organizations aimed at expanding their knowledge, identifying opportunities for profitable growth while adapting to business challenges in today’s fast-changing business world.

Her experience in identifying leadership challenges is evidenced by many years of interactions with executives through the portfolio of over 20 SBS programmes which run in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Tanzania.



For more information on the summit or for sponsorship enquiries, please write to Richard on or call +254 (0) 722 488 399 (cell)

Share This:

Key Details

Date: 6 – 8 October 2020

Charges: Kshs. 7,500 per person


MPESA Paybill: 893801

Account No: HR Summit

Sign up to receive important news and information from Strathmore University Business School

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Global Partners

Twitter Feed

Important Links


Social Media