Pooja Taparia talks about strategies for employee development, talent acquisition issues, and the value of…

The  Shape of Work welcome Pooja Taparia, Founder & Chief Executive of Arpan – an award-winning organization in Mumbai, India, that works to address child sexual abuse. It is the largest NGO in India in this field, with over 120 social workers and counselors offering prevention and intervention services to children and adults.

Pooja is a member of the International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN) and has received numerous awards for her work on child abuse, including the Inspire Award, the Astitwa Award, the Architects of the Future Award, and the Karmaveer Puraskar Award. Since 2007, Arpan has impacted over 2 million (20 lakh) children and adults and has received 6 National and 2 International Awards, including the WISE Award and the C. Henry Kempe Award.

Episode Highlights:

  • Ways in which technology can help boost productivity among the workforce
  • Key strategies that can help drive the growth potential of employees
  • Talent acquisition challenges that leaders must consider when meeting their hiring needs
  • Different strategies Arpan follows in engaging employees internally
  • The importance of employee retention in the competitive talent market


Source : The Shape of Work