Max Life Insurance’s Sakshi Khosla joins CBRE India as head of people

Khosla spent seven years at Max Life Insurance, where she was corporate VP - HR

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CBRE India, a rea- estate consulting firm has hired Sakshi Khosla as its new head of people. In this role, Khosla will work with the India leadership and play a crucial role in strengthening the HR practices and culture at CBRE India.

Khosla has moved from Max Life Insurance, where she was the corporate vice president – HR, heading the total rewards, executive compensation, HR operations and employee relations for the company.

Khosla spent more than seven years with the Max Life Group working in various capacities. She joined the Max Group in 2015 as the associate director for the financial services business. In the initial part of her career too, Khosla worked with the Group as a senior manager – HR in the year, 2009.

Khosla has also worked with GE as an HR leader for over three years. She joined GE in 2012 and initially worked as an HR leader and manager for GE Measurement and Control, India for two years, and then, for a year as HR manager, managing and leading corporate tax for the northern region, for GE’s IT, energy management, power and water businesses.

In her career, Khosla has also been associated with brands such as TCS and Aon Hewitt India.

Welcoming Khosla to the CBRE team, Anshuman Magazine, chairman & CEO – India, South-East Asia, Middle East & Africa, CBRE expressed confidence in her skills and looked forward “to her contributions in creating a more engaging, diverse, and inclusive culture and strengthening the performance-driven culture”.

Magazine is sure that Khosla “will be a valuable resource in inspiring our people and will be responsible for streamlining and enhancing our people-centric initiatives and commitment towards building a unique work environment for our people”.

Khosla herself is “excited to join when the company is moving into a new phase of strategic evolution and growth”.

This graduate from the Lady Shriram College for Women is eager to “drive developments in people practices creating unique and engaging experiences for our existing and new talent across all cities”.

Armed with a postgraduate degree in management studies (HR) from KJ Somaiya Institute of Management Studies and Research, Mumbai, she also hopes to be able to “contribute to CBRE’s growth journey and drive a collaborative and forward-looking people agenda”.

Khosla also possesses a master’s degree in applied psychology (organisational behaviour) from the University of Delhi.

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