|New York, October 29'15
|Future of Work... Future of the Talent Mobility Program Manager
|to be held at...
|Club 101 ....at 40th &101 Park Avenue 10178
Since 1982 Club 101 has been one of the most highly rated clubs. Club 101 offers parking within...
• REGISTRATION, $250 single
Discounts available for groups (call 619.787.3100)
Closing Reception from 5pm
aka central park luxury residence 42 West 58th Street, just off 5th Avenue.
Edwin B Cohen, Content Developer & Moderator
How are you dealing with CHANGE?
How are you communicating under pressure with direct reports, senior leadership, customers?
How are you managing the new generation...or,
how are you being 'managed' by them?
How are you 're-designing' your thinking about the business - employees, products, markets, investors?
"Who you were...
Who you are...
Who you will be
... 3 different people"
Global Business News
CUSTOMER SERVICE GUARANTEE
• We value your time and resources.
• We will provide content designed for solutions.
• You will take-away practical info, new contacts.
• 100% guarantee on education quality, usefulness.
10am, check-in desk opens
sponsor tables open
10:15, Program start, MODERATOR'S INTRODUCTIONS of the DELEGATES
10:30 - 11:45, Talent Strategy workshop
- innovations to attract, develop and keep talent"
Jeanne C Meister
Author, "The 2020 Workplace"
Contributor to Forbes Magazine.
FUTURE of GLOBAL WORK™
President & CEO, Executive Next Practices Institute,
CEO, NextWORKS Strategy™
Scott Hamilton is a globally noted business leader in the area of board, executive and organizational performance from entrepreneurial ventures to the Fortune Global 500. Hamilton is the co-founder and CEO of NextWORKS Strategy™, a team of top industry thought leaders that assist companies turn strategy into unified, positive action. NextWORKS offers unique, “next practice” methods and programs to help boards, executive teams, individuals and their organizations (for profit and nonprofit) build the internal organizational capability needed to motivate, innovate, execute and sustain extraordinary results.
Scott’s industry leadership and results have been both broad and deep. He has led major corporations in executive roles and as a trusted advisor to companies such as Parsons (Engineering Services), Worley (Engineering), McDonald’s (Manufacturing and Distribution Suppliers), Nestle USA (Food and Distribution divisions), Bergen Brunswig (Healthcare- Distribution), Aramark (Hospital Management), AlliedSignal and DirecTV (Telecommunications and technology), among many others. His client programs have included strategic execution planning, large-scale change efforts, organizational design, leadership team building, merger and acquisition/integration teams, employer brand building, customer alignment and in-house executive development programs.
He is on the executive committee for several non-profits such as the (Medical) Device Alliance and is the author of the upcoming 2016 book “Your Next Breakthrough Idea”.
Hamilton also serves as the President of the Executive Next Practices Institute (ENPI), a research and forum-based organization comprised of several thousand top tier business, community and academic leaders (CEO, COO, CFO, Top HR, Board Directors & others). These forums, broadly known as “ENP” feature top thought leaders guiding top tier leaders through highly collaborative sessions in the review of emerging trends, innovative techniques, and formulation of new strategies that move organizations “beyond the status quo”.
Hamilton is a frequent keynote speaker and panelist at conferences, trade associations and private company events. He and his NextWorks advisors frequently lead corporate team retreats, development workshops, team building and planning sessions worldwide. CONTACT
USA +1 (562)857-1953; 888.857.9722;
Media inquiries: Stephanie Winslow, email@example.com
11:55 - 12:30,
WHAT EXPATS ARE SAYING AND WHY YOU NEED TO LISTEN
2015 global mobility trend survey results will be discussed.
The Cigna Global Health Benefits® (CGHB) and National Foreign Trade Council (NFTC) cosponsored a study to examine how expats experience, perceive and value various elements of their assignment terms and programs.
A GLOBAL SCOPE: The survey asked questions; an impressive 79% more respondents in 2015, compared with the 2013 study. Expats were quite up front about their experiences.
CRAIG PETERS, Director, Strategy and Business Development
CIGNA Global Health Benefits
12:30 - WORKING LUNCHEON ...
WORKSHOP on CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATIONS:
DIVERSITY & INCLUSION
required skill is 'effective communications'
—What does it really mean?
Are you prepared to communicate effectively across today’s globally diverse workplace?
Is your global workforce engaged?
In today’s fast-paced, multicultural workplace, every organization must leverage talents, expertise, creativity, and contacts from multiple geographical areas, multiple cultures, and multiple languages.
Although technology has virtually eliminated physical distances, job performance increasingly depends on the effectiveness of these interactions, and fundamentally on an individual’s and team’s ability to collaborate, develop relationships and generate relevant innovation. English may be the language of business, but non-native and native English speakers use English differently (often without realizing it).
Professionals are now being challenged to identify trends and consequences of communication across different languages and cultures in the workplace. Professionals must understand and present the essential qualities that can foster success and explain why they are important to leveraging diversity and inclusion in leading organizations.
Lorelei Carobolante, MBA, GPHR, SCRP, SGMS-T
President and CEO
Carobolante has been selected to represent the US as a Delegate
for US Technical Advisory Group to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO),
Technical Committee 260 Human Resources Management.
1:30 - 2,
Social Workplaces ...US & GLOBAL
EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN A DIGITAL AGE
How non-monetary incentives and social interaction are inspiring a new wave of programs
that better incentivize, recognize and reward employees
1. How has employee engagement and recognition evolved in the digital age?
How does it compare traditionally?
2. Non-monetary incentives are appealing for the bottom line,
but how can companies make sure they are effective?
3. An intro to 'WorkStride.com' ...how social interaction differentiates the platform?
4. Additional benefits companies can gain through recognition programs? (hidden and known)
Tom Silk, Executive Vice-President
2:10 - 2:45, WORKSHOP
Re-Design Your thinking
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT..."Changes" are happening around you.
How will you be 're-designing' your thinking about the business - employees, products, markets, investors?
"Who you were...
Who you are...
Who you will be
... 3 different people"
Philip Berry, CHRO
2:50 - 3:20,
ROI and GLOBAL MOBILITY:
Is it measurable?
Questions impacting every company:
1. Can ROI be measured on Spouse/Partner Support Services?
2. Cross-Cultural Training?
3. How About Destinations Services or Immigration?
Relocation support-services generally are in 3 well-defined financial categories:
1. Time and Money Savings
2. Quality and Productivity
3. Risk Management
Michael Cadden, Managing Director-International
Living Abroad LLC
Cathy Heyne, Managing Director - Marketing,
Living Abroad LLC
3:25 - 4:55, thought-leaders... commentary... and interactive audience discussions
GLOBAL GROWTH... what to do?
Mobility industry CHANGE... How are you dealing with CHANGE?
Moderator: Ed Cohen- Conference Content Developer
Editor & Publisher, GlobalBusinessNews.net
subject experts... thought-leaders... commentary...
Radius | Global Growth Experts
Belinda Coaks, Global Mobility Manager
AVON Products Inc
Jane Malecki, Global Leader of Policy Advisory services
EY (Ernst & Young)
Sunday (Lepard) Rubenstein
Associate Director - Visa and Immigration
EY (Ernst & Young)
Executive Director Global Mobility
Belinda Coaks is a customer-focused and goal oriented Global Mobility professional with extensive experience in global mobility management – domestic relocation, international relocation, and international assignments - who thinks "outside the box" to find creative solutions, improve results, and meet business needs. Ability to manage day to day program operations as well as strategic initiatives.
Excellent skills in communication, problem solving, negotiation, and relationship building. Master’s Degree in Labor and Employment Relations, Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, PHR and SHRM-CP certifications. Responsible for management of all non-US assignment activity with a heavy emphasis on consulting, issue resolution and projects involving process development/improvement. Oversee vendors to ensure excellent service delivery. Participated in various projects and initiatives including developing an international relocation policy, implementing a new expat medical vendor; designed quarterly reporting for HR VP''s, etc. Assumed additional responsibility for managing the expat medical plan. Currently participating as a key project team member for Avon's Global Mobility makeover - a strategic initiative to create a talent-based global mobility program focused on creating and sustaining value to the organization.
Sunday Rubenstein has experience of 24 years. • Develops and oversight of immigration policies that support the hiring, retaining and deploying talent.
• Consult with business leadership, resource management, recruiting and foreign nationals regarding immigration strategies for the employment of foreign nationals working in the US and the deployment of US resources abroad.
• Provide immigration related training and communications (including presentations, executive overviews/newsletters and web content for intranet) to all levels within the organization. Responsible for all immigration related compliance requirements.
• Monitor regulatory changes, advise leadership accordingly, modifying program strategy and policies accordingly.
• Manages a staff of 12
Jane Malecki is EY’s Global Leader of Policy Advisory services and is based in Iselin, NJ. She has more than 30 years of experience in the field of international assignments. Her career began with providing assignment tax services before transitioning to an advisory role.
For more than 20 years, Jane has provided advice to Fortune 500 companies in the area of global mobility, including tax planning, assignment technology, and process and policy design. Jane spent the last 10 years in a global relocation management company creating a tri-regional global relocation and assignment service centers, in addition to advising clients on all areas of global mobility. Jane is a Senior Global Mobility Specialist (SGMS) and is a member of Mobility magazine's editorial committee. She speaks frequently at Worldwide ERC and the Forum for Expatriate Management events.
Dominique J. Hermann, GPHR, MBA is an Executive Director in charge of all the infrastructure aspects of "Global Opportunities", KPMG International’s global mobility program and joined the firm in 1999 to create the function.
With 160,000+ professionals serving clients in 140+ countries, KPMG International and its network of member firms has had a very robust mobility program for many decades. Over 7,200 international assignments took place during the past three years, involving 95+ countries. A senior human resources executive with over thirty years experience in international human resources, Dominique Hermann previously lead the HR function for the Global Relationship Bank’s corporate client management activities of Citigroup for North America, located in New York. Prior to joining Citigroup, Dominique worked for The Chase Manhattan Bank in New York and in Switzerland, spending most of his career there in the Human Resources function both as a generalist supporting the Global Asset Management and Private Banking businesses globally, and as a specialist managing the Retail Bank’s, International and Corporate Compensation functions. Dominique also worked in France and in Switzerland for Philip Morris and for the Stéria Group, a major French software engineering company, focusing on organizational design, recruiting and systems implementation. A triple citizen of the United States, France and Switzerland, Dominique grew up in France, and graduated from ESSEC (a prominent French business school in Paris that delivers a diploma recognized as an International MBA by the AACSB) in 1976. He also holds a Law degree from the Catholic University of Paris and is a certified Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR). He is married, has two grown-up children, and lives with his wife, Denise, in Mamaroneck, New York.
In addition to opera and classical music, current affairs, oenology and the arts in general, Dominique’s favorite past time is oil painting.
4:55pm, ADJOURN / RECEPTION
42 West 58th (just off 5th Av)
... aka Central Park luxury residences
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