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Group Head of Human Resources, Tongaat Hulett Limited
Sashir Milne is a Human Capital thought leader with more than 17 years of experience in a variety of industries. With degrees in both Industrial Psychology and Law, she practiced as an attorney before moving into corporate and transitioning into HR. Sashir has worked across multiple industries including Pharmaceutical, the FMCG Beer Industry, Consulting across various industries, Academics, the Telecoms industry and more recently the Agri-processing industry. In her current role of Group Head of Human Resources at Tongaat Hulett Limited, she leads a team of HR Execs across Southern Africa.
Sashir’s life purpose is to partner with leaders to create the right conditions within organisations where diverse talent feel a sense of belonging, have an enriching employee experience, thrive, achieve their potential and contribute to sustainable organisational growth and shareholder value. Her colleagues have described her strength as partnering with businesses to understand the business strategy, assessing internal and external challenges and opportunities, and her ability to develop and execute an aligned and impactful people strategy. Her range of experience across the Human Capital function enables her to support business performance through effective organisational design, well-defined capabilities, impactful talent management, and building high-performance teams. She achieves this through being curious, influencing, coaching and challenging business leaders and talent with her authentic and brave nature and thus building strong relationships as a trusted adviser to her stakeholders.
She believes in well-being for herself and the teams she leads. She practices pilates, yoga and mindfulness. She is married and enjoys spending time with her husband fishing, visiting the bush and having a braai (BBQ). She is the proud mother and cheerleader of two talented and energetic boys that continuously challenge her soccer and golfing skills.
Lead with Her> Driving Equity and Inclusion for Women in a Post-Covid World
March 24, 2021: 9-11am ET | 1-3pm GMT | 3-5pm SAST | 9-11pm SGT
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