Rajul is the foremost expert on issues impacting today’s evolving workplaces. She has implemented outstanding evidence-based HR management practices and initiatives, which has helped improve the employee experience and advance business performance in organizations in the Middle East.

Her credentials and two decades of HR experience differentiates an applicant in a job pool and convey competence and dedication required to fill the skill gap between the employer expectations and employees capabilities.

Her talent strategy framework revolves around

  • Planning who and how many
  • Attracting the ones required
  • Assessing them correctly
  • Recruiting the right people
  • Developing them carefully
  • Retaining only those who are required
“Skill development is one of the crucial components for India's potential economic growth for transforming into a diversified and internationally-competitive economy. New technologies are both contributing to, and assisting to resolve hiring challenges. The key is how we maintain the human element in the experiences for everyone involved in the hiring process. Technology is a facilitator – it doesn’t replace us and the connections we make person-to-person.” – Rajul Madani, VP-HR, Growing Minds

She believes, Soft skills are needed to effectively communicate, problem-solve, collaborate and organize—are becoming more important for success as the workplace evolves socially and technologically. Recruiters and employment experts report a “soft skills gap,” especially among young workers more accustomed to texting than talking, which forces organizations to reject many candidates who fall short on interpersonal abilities.