If I assume that my experience of the last 25 years is what’s going to help me be successful in the next few, I’m wrong! Let me tell you! That experience is becoming less and less worthy.
What’s important is how are we learning the new things we need to get capable and get ahead of the changes we’re seeing around us.
—    Leena Nair, Chief HR Officer at Unilever; LinkedIn Top Voice 2018


CURATING the GLOBAL BUSINESS

of MOBILE TALENT


OCTOBER

11, check-in, meet/greet

11:20, Moderator’s Intros

11:40, Mobility Fix / Integration (panel+audience discussion)

12:30, lunch  /  table talk

1:15-2:45, Conversations With

2:45, Moderator’s Next Steps

2:50, Finish

REGISTRATION $200 General Admission. Be SMART, buy 2+ tickets@$150/seat IF PURCHASED BEFORE SEPTEMBER 3rd. Contact Ed today text/talk 619.787.3100 or publisher@globalbusiness.media

CHICAGO  LEADERSHIP

MOBILITY “FIX”

LUNCH 

+CONVERSATIONS with BUSINESS and TALENT EXECUTIVES

… the global world we will be living in; urban, diverse, geo-political, digital

… implications for global business mobile talent

C O N V E R S A T I O N S    W I T H

Manuel Cuevas-Trisán

Global Chief Human Resources Officer

Corporate Vice President, Employment Law & Data Protection

 

Motorola Solutions, Inc. provides mission-critical software, services and communication infrastructure. With $6.38 billion in revenue and 16,000 employees worldwide in 2017, Motorola Solutions operates two business units: Products & Systems Integration and Services & Software. The company was created in January 2011 following the spin-off of Motorola Mobility from Motorola, Inc.



As the Chief Human Resources Officer, leading a global team responsible for the planning, design, implementation, communication and delivery of the Company’s human capital strategy, including leadership succession planning and Human Resources service delivery at all levels; represented management at quarterly Compensation & Leadership Committee of the Board.  

As head Employment and Privacy counsel for the company, oversees labor and employment law compliance, internal policies, conducted internal investigations, and established a global, GDPR-compliant data protection program

Manuel is accustomed to addressing domestic and global human capital requirements including talent/performance management, succession planning, executive compensation/benefits, organizational design/development, labor relations/ employment law, intranet/digital communications, employee engagement, privacy/data protection, compliance, supplier negotiations, and outsourcing. 

He has management responsibility for BoD’s Compensation and Leadership Committee along with M&A integrations.   And, he is successful at cultivating high performing teams and working through business model and organizational culture change.

His industry experience includes: Telecommunications, Manufacturing, Operations, Sales and Distribution, Software, Legal.

His Specialties: Cross-border and domestic human resources; enterprise-wide talent strategy; succession planning; executive compensation; culture transformation; Compensation and Leadership Committee of the Board; purpose driven strategy; employment law and privacy; change leadership; executive coaching.



ANGELA LANE

Vice-President Global Talent

“Delivering Talent By Equipping Leaders With Practical Tools For Success.

Talent & Development is all about driving performance.

My team manage the practices and processes that drive individual, team and organizational performance.

Through Talent Management,Leadership and Development, Executive Development, Talent Acquisition, Talent Insights and HR Communications, we create solutions that enable business leaders to Raise the Bar on performance and deliver goals. When it comes to talent, my goal is to deliver More, Better, Now!”


ABOUT AbbVie

A global, research-driven biopharmaceutical company committed to developing innovative advanced therapies for some of the world’s most complex and critical conditions.

The company’s mission is to use its expertise, dedicated people and unique approach to innovation to markedly improve treatments across four primary therapeutic areas: immunology, oncology, virology and neuroscience.

In more than 75 countries, AbbVie employees are working every day to advance health solutions for people around the world. For more information visit www.abbvie.com


ABOUT THE NEW BOOK

“As organizations must tackle more hot-button social issues every day, leaders are at greater risk than ever of saying too little. This is a problem, because feedback has never mattered more.”

“Today’s business environment grows more complex by the minute.  Blame it on the buzzwords: distributed work processes, infinite variables, artificial intelligence, bitcoin, blockchain … you’ve heard ’em all. 

Add the power of choice to an ever-changing work world and things get even more complicated.

Historically low levels of unemployment give workers more unprecedented agency than ever before. They move between employers or strike out on their own, creating portfolio careers where time is continuously spent looking for better opportunities.

“Working in such a nuanced environment means feedback has never been more essential, because feedback drives performance.

Many organizations are already at a loss for how to adequately handle feedback in the face of all these factors.

And now a whole different beast has reared its head to make matters even worse.”




additional faculty will be announced