We request the honour of your company and your active participation
WALL STREET BRIEFING
MANAGING BUSINESS in the V U C A world we are living in;
COMMUNICATING with and about GLOBALLY MOBILE TALENT
… as we enter the digital era
Grow your global mindset and you will grow your global business
Showcasing the New York winners
12 Steps of GLOBAL HR
1, Grow global mindset within org; grow global talent strength.
2, Define business objective; global talent mobility.
3, Help make strategic / operating decisions about global talent.
4, Develop and communicate with global talent teams.
5, Understand risks: personal – political – security – economic.
6, Understand options for building a global talent base.
7, Justify relocating people when avail local staff/tech apps may provide alternative solutions to the big spend/risk.
8, Design-think global talent strategy; support business strategy.
9, Communicate clearly across silos/cultures/borders/time.
10, ASK: How can “tech” help streamline HR processes?
11, ASK: How to measure success?
12, ASK: Who should be mobile; Why?
GLOBAL HR OBJECTIVE:
Hello 21st Century, it’s “global HR” for manage growing global business
reception honouring winners of COMMUNICATOR AWARDS
9, check-in opens; coffee and meet/greet
10 – 11,
LEADERSHIP IMPERATIVE: SHIFTING YOUR PARADIGM to be GLOBALLY STRATEGIC.
Practitioners are not impactful because they haven’t changed the narrow professional view they have of their work and how they can be more effective.
Philip Berry will outline the 4 major actions required to shift to performance excellence.
Philip is President, Philip Berry Associates …AUTHOR, Being Better Than You Believe
11 – 12
TALENT MOBILITY in the “digital era”
Given today’s rapid change, we need to understand the new reality we are facing with a mobile workforce. Today you will learn how companies can leverage their mobility programs and prepare for the Future of Work through flexible options, up-skilling, and by revisiting cost drivers and processes and better leveraging technology.
Christina Boiler, Partner
North America Mobility Leader
Roundtables each will have a topic for informal discussion.
Table-leaders will manage the flow and take notes then speak to the audience about “findings”.
1:30– 2:45 CONVERSATIONS
2:50 – 5 ,
Moderator: Ed Cohen, Editor, GLOBALHRnews
Broadcaster, GLOBALHR RadioTalk
Commentators will include
LaShell Tinder, GPHR, GMS, SSGB; Global Mobility Manager – North America at H&M
Kelly Lynn Rabbitts, VP Global Accounts; Global Mobility Solutions (GMS)
Christina Boiler, Strategy Leader; Mercer North America
Selena Rogers, CCTE, Director of Sales and Reservations; FQ (Furnished Quarters)
Nibya Molina Goni, HR Director; Lady M Confections Co Ltd
Anca Maritescu, IAS International AutoSource
Luba Shvayko, Global Executive Intercultural Business Consultant