Subhankar Ghose joins Eon Resorts and Morphosis Projects

Ghose, who has about 18 years of experience in HR, has spent maximum time in the BFSI sector.


Subhankar Ghose has come a full circle, by re-joining his first employer, Tybros, this time as director-strategy & people, for Eon Resorts and Morphosis Projects.

Ghose started his career in July 2003 with Tybros and worked there for a little less than three years. After that, he changed his direction by moving to the BSFI sector and worked for ICICI Prudential Life Insurance and Muthoot Fincorp. In both these companies he was responsible for the HR function.

Prior to the current move, he was the chief people officer, Zoom Insurance Brokers. Thus, he has largely worked in the BSFI sector with the exception of one or two short stints in other industries—media, such as ABP Network, where he worked for a little more than one year.

Tybros is a destination management company and also a conglomerate of many businesses. Apparently, it owns Eon- Essence of Nature, a luxury resort in Uttarakhand, and Morphosis Projects, an infrastructure company that builds hotels, high-end residences and other buildings.

Speaking to HRKatha, Ghose says, “My role as a business strategist dealing with people practices will be to take the Company to the fast lane of growth using its pool of highly- skilled employees.”

Ghose is a BE-electronics & telecommunications, from the National Institute of Technology, Silchar and an MBA from the National Institute of Business Management. Additionally, he also has a PGDHRM from the Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad. Last year, he attended the 3TP Senior Leaders’ programme from the world-renowned IIM-Ahmedabad.

With about 18 years of experience in the HR domain, he has skilfully handled talent management, compensation & rewards, organisation & change management and HR business partner roles. He is also associated with organisations, such as NHRDN, NIPM and more and was awarded the ‘Most Influential HR Leader in India’ by the World HRD Congress.

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