KSU Discusses “Ways to Develop Human Resources in Healthcare Sectors”
Dr. Yousef Assiri, Vice Dean for Planning and Development at KSU, launched the Development of Human Resources in Healthcare Sectors Forum and its accompanying workshops in the presence of Dr. Abdulrahman Al-Muammar, CEO of KSUMC, with participation from a number of healthcare HR leade
The forum discussed a number of topics such as the role of human resources in the organizational development and employee engagement. Moreover, the forum included a number of workshops on several topics such as HR technology, health transformation and the role of manpower, design thinking in human resources, HR centers of excellence, preparation of future leaders and employment in healthcare sectors.
In his opening statement, Dr. Assaad Asiri, Vice Rector for Planning & Development, said that the University is pleased that the Medical City is organizing for such meetings. He pointed out that human resources are currently one of the most important specialties to ensure the provision of effective cadres that contribute to the development of sectors; stressing that the university is focusing in specialization and pointing that the acceptance in the field of human resources is direct.
For his part, the Executive Director of Human Resources at the University Medical City Mohammed Al-Heegan pointed out in his speech that the aim of the meeting is to exchange expertise and experiences in the field of human development in the health sectors to achieve the vision of the Kingdom 2030 through discussing several topics including the role of human resources in organizational development, employee engagement ways, health transformation, the role of manpower planning, prepare future leaders, recruit and retain cadres in the health sectors and activate excellence centers for human resources and modern technologies in the field of human resources. Adding that the effective and important role of human resources is in developing organizations and ensure its success. He stressed that the success of any organization depends on its employees who leads to success or failure. Due to the importance of human capital, part of the Kingdom's Vision 2030 has been dedicated to adopt the best practices in the human capital development, recruiting individuals according to competencies and working on skills and talents enhancement to prepare them for future leadership