|Boston - October 6'15
| Growing internal knowledge
… global mindset about global business, markets, customers
Adapting local talent and organizations
… doing better at ‘global’
Getting to a measurable ROI
• implementing technology
• globalization of markets/products
• social workplace and talent demographics/new behaviors
• new employer/employee relationship for engagement, productivity
• global talent diversity developed to mirror the population & customers
• managing expansion of international mobile workforce in full compliance
presented in association with
|to be held at...
|The British Consulate
REGISTRATION- lunch/ education/recption $250/person
Just reception $99/person
Welcome international delegates to Worldwide ERC
Ed Cohen, Content Developer & Conference Moderator
Editor & Publisher- GLOBALBUSINESSnews.net
Host - GLOBALRADIOtalkshow.com
Hello and welcome. I'm honoured, grateful, and thankful to have the support of the Greater Boston business community. It's gratifying and actually very cool - awesome!
You will take-away practical information and guidance and gain competitive advantage and seize emerging growth opportunities.
Take better care of the mobile families and retain the newly-developed skill-sets and experiences as a Human Capital Asset for enhancing corporate sustainability and profits.
Achieving all of this will prevent assignment disruptions or failure, and lead to getting to a measurable Return on the Investment in Talent Mobility integration.
GOT 9 MINUTES? I invite you to prepare well for today's highly-interactive sessions by participating in a 9-minute Global Business News research survey about companies and HR going global...lessons learned. Findings discussed at conference.
SPECIAL THANK YOU to
UK Consul General in Boston
Susie Kitchens arrived in Boston to become Britain’s Consul General in August 2012. She is here with her US-born husband, Michael, and their two children, living on historic Beacon Hill.
Prior to this assignment, Susie was the Deputy High Commissioner at the British High Commission in Tanzania. Susie’s diplomatic career has also included postings in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London (on bilateral relations with Latin America, Consular policy and on the United Nations Security Council) and also as Political Officer at the British Embassy in Guatemala.
Susie’s academic record includes an MA in Human Sciences from Oxford University (Lady Margaret Hall), and an MSc in Public Health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Before becoming a diplomat, Susie worked in international development promoting children’s health via school improvement through the Aga Khan Foundation in Pakistan and then with CARE International in El Salvador.
Susie and her dual nationality family are delighted to have this opportunity to live in the United States, particularly in New England with its historical and contemporary links to the UK. Susie’s paternal grandfather served as vice-consul in both New York and San Francisco during World War II, initiating the family’s diplomatic ties with the USA.
10:30am, check-in desk opens
11, Program Start
Moderator's Welcome Remarks
11:20 - 12, theme keynote
GROWING GLOBAL BUSINESS...
Katie Davies, is an expert in a wide variety of cross-border issues including HR, Tax, IP and immigration consulting with
Katie oversees Radius’ advisory client engagements across five continents. Prior to joining HSP, she served as the Finance Director and Operating Officer of The Beanstalk Group, an international leader in brand licensing and joint venture of The Ford Motor Company. Previously, she was a Sr. Manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers in their London office where she developed and implemented clients’ overseas expansion programs through a worldwide network of internal PwC advisors and external independent Local Service Providers.
A HEALTHY WORKING LUNCH
Leaders facilitate discussion
...address audience about table questions/findings
FAMILY / SPOUSE
Leader: Elena Mosko, Globiana.com
TRANSPORTATION / LOGISTICS
Leader: Colin LaBrie, Paramount Transportation Systems
Leader: Annette Clement, Furnished Quarters
Andy Smales, LivingAbroad.com
Plus other good topics to discuss...
POLICY: LUMP SUM... OR WHAT?
ASIA-PACIFIC MOBILITY SOLUTIONS
LATIN AMERICA MOBILITY SOLUTIONS
1:15 to 1:45,
Fx Effects: COLA updates when and why
Client Engagement Manager
Sylvie graduated with a BA degree in International Relations from Tufts University. She joined AIRINC in 2012 and currently works with some of AIRINC’s largest clients in financial services, government and industrial goods sectors, and regularly participates in industry-related advisory projects. Prior to AIRINC, Sylvie worked in account management roles for 15 years in the field of direct marketing, specializing in consulting with large non-profit organizations.
1:45- 1:55 --- mobile phone break
1:55 - 2:30,
R O I and MOBILITY ?
3 Essential Steps To Calculate ROI ... Get Results
But... can ROI really be measured on Spouse/Partner Support Services?
How About Destinations Services?
1. Time and Money Savings
2. Quality and Productivity
3. Risk Management.
Each financial category is matched to activities; real ROI can be measured.
Michael Cadden, Managing Director-International
2:30 - 2:45 --- mobile phone break
2:45 to 5, GLOBAL MOBILITY ‘open source’ audience interactive discussion
NextGen and Managing Mobility Programs
Moderator, Ed Cohen -Editor, GLOBALBUSINESSnews.net
Commentators/Discussion Leaders will be program managers and subject experts; including:
Alicia M. Browne
Senior Global Mobility Consultant
HR Mobility Manager
Skanska USA Inc
Founder & CEO
Global Mobility Manager
Vicki (Demakos) Ragavanis, MBA
|For more information, contact Ed Cohen: