click FORT LAUDERDALE …register
November 9, 2017
check-in opens 10am, program start 10:45
venue: AutoNation Corporation
200 SW 1st Ave, 15th floor
Fort Lauderdale FL 33301
General Admission $234/seat
$150/seat multiple seat purchase
It’s time to re-design Mobility Management for the new workforce, embracing tech to add value, increase revenues for the business
Corporate policy case Study: Executive Training…Accelerating the new workforce via mobility assignments across regions, world
RFP Dilemma on ‘service delivery’: Hi-tech vs Hi-touch
Future of the relocation/mobility industry: Career-pathing thru Mobility. Would you tell your child to go to college and study Mobility?
10:45, Moderator’s Intros
Conference Content Developer, Ed Cohen, discusses the purpose, education objectives, presents delegates
11:10 – 12:10,
EXPENSE MANAGEMENT / REPORTING
Shawn Sweeney, Vice-President, ORION Mobility
1 – 2, KEYNOTE
Corporate CASE STUDY
ACCELERATING TALENT DEVELOPMENT
Executive training program using mobility assignments across LatAm and Carib
Performance-Measured and Coached
Case study presented by
Horace O. Porrás, Vice President Latin America,
American Tower Corporation
Mr Horace Porrás has over 25 years of global experience in Human Resources, holding different international roles: Head of Human Resources for Continental Europe; Head of Global Mobility in Schlumberger, the world’s leading supplier of technology, integrated project management and information solutions to customers working in the oil and gas industry; Cargill, MasterCard, McDonald’s.
Horace Porrás has experience in talent management, succession planning, performance management, compensation, benefits/incentives, talent acquisition and HR policies for the Americas, Europe, and globally.
Born and raised in New Jersey, USA, Mr. Porrás also lived and worked in Brussels (Belgium), Milan (Italy), Bucharest (Romania), Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Minnesota, and for the past several years in Florida.
Based in Boston, has operations throughout the United States and in 14 other countries in Latin America, Asia, Europe and Africa. S&P 500, Forbes Global 2000 company, and a leading independent owner, operator, developer of wireless communications sites.
American Tower provides the infrastructure that allows your cellular phones and other mobile devices to work. Starting in 1995 with just a handful of towers, the global portfolio today includes over 144,000 owned or managed sites around the globe.
In addition to leasing space on towers, American Tower provides customized collocation solutions through our Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) that support seamless in-building and outdoor wireless coverage.
At American Tower, our culture is based on integrity, accountability, hard work, collaboration and social responsibility. We offer careers in a variety of fields where talented people can develop and grow professionally. No matter where you join us, you’ll find a diverse team of global employees focused on shared success.
2 – 2:25, BREAK
2:25 – 3:20, brief presentation + audience participation
Darin Karp, Founder & CEO, ReloQuest
Ben Heller, Chief Customer Officer, GRIP Price Point
3:20 – 3:30, fast break
3:30 – 5, TALK SHOW industry panel … interactive audience discussion
Career-pathing thru Mobility…would you tell your child to learn how to be a mobility professional
How are you going to redesign ‘mobility’ using tech to transform
Communicating with Assignees & Stakeholders
Company revenue is connected with Assignee Customer Experience & Employee Productivity
RFP dilemma: Service Delivery Expectations…hi touch vs hi tech
Moderator: Ed Cohen, Content Developer & Moderator
…panel developing now… will include…
Marie Granning, SPHR, Director, Talent Acquisition,
NCCI Holdings, Inc
Ann Moore, Managing Partner,
ATB Furnished Housing
Sue Ellen Bonilla, Sr. Manager Retirement and Relocation
Jeff Mahoney, ReloQuest
Denise Talboy, CRP, Vice President, Global Relocation & Corporate Services at The Keyes Company / Realtors
US Tax Deduction for Continuing Professional Education:
A US income tax deduction is allowed for expenses of education including registration fees, travel, meals and lodging, undertaken to maintain or improve skills (Treasury Reg 1.1662-5; Coughlin v. Commissioner Internal Revenue, 203 F2d 307, 2d Circuit 1953)