|Washington, October 4, 2016
| Accelerating performance in a time of change:
Digital, Generational, Globalisation
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Edwin B Cohen, Conference Content Developer & Moderator
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IS GLOBALIZATION BAD?
What say you?
Global business, a 'megatrend', has better enabled development of many diverse people and economies around the world and is resulting in the rise of a global middle class, development of a pool of global talent, and creation of keen awareness of the need to develop a 'global mindset' inside local organisations.
Additional results of global business have been and continues to be a consumer product explosion. It also has resulted in being much more interconnected and with that being more dependent on each other.
Certainly there are imbalances and some things need attention by the 'best and the brightest' in business, academia and government. Ideas include worker retraining and compensation for the displaced by lack of skills, training/development.
Let's find ways to fix things ... let's continue this dialog.
What say you?
AGENDA, 11 - 5
1125, Program starts with Introductions
VALIDATING HOW GLOBAL TALENT CONTRIBUTES to PROFITABILITY
Author - 4th industrial (r)evolution;
Mobility can no longer be a zero-sum game
The fourth industrial revolution is already with us, moving more quickly and with more far-reaching impact than the previous industrial revolutions. The World Economic Forum highlighted in early 2016 the ways in which the Future of Jobs will be affected. However, we need to consider the implications for the future of global talent development in a hyper connected world with a flattened mode of globalisation.
We must dismantle some of our cherished models for supporting global assignments in order to reimagine the role global talent development could play in stimulating innovation, breaking down ‘silos’ and transforming companies from competitive to collaborative Global cultures.
Wendy Kendall is an experienced executive coach and psychologist who has worked with influential leaders in global organisations for the past 20 years.
Her work as a former military psychologist meant she had to help military leaders add value to overseas deployments and deliver results quickly.
There can be strong parallels between military and corporate leaders, particularly in situations where they are under pressure to perform to a high level while transitioning into unfamiliar surroundings.
Wendy’s mission is to continue helping global corporations create a new class of executives with globalised minds that perform at their best, wherever they are located around the world.
Furnished with the latest thinking, these executives create environments where people flourish, gain competitive advantage and deliver a positive return on investment for their employers.
1230 - 3,
...short talks with audience participation
GlobalBusiness TALK SHOW
Interview/Conversations with leaders... audience q&a
Ed Cohen, Editor & Publisher of GlobalBusinessNews.net
Broadcast Host of GlobalRadioTalkShow.com
1230 - 1,
MIDDLE EAST & NORTH AFRICA (MENA):
HOW TO SUPPORT the EMERGING ECO-SYSTEM
for GLOBAL PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT
International Advisory Services
Managing projects in International Trade & Investment
see this report ...Building Global Dexterity on Company Teams... http://bit.ly/2c9CQ4e (copy/paste)
Tuning your organization's capabilities and capacity to manage a worldwide team.
1. What is the emerging eco-system?
2. How can companies play a role in its development?
3. Given current conditions/concerns; recruit & retain qualified professional staff
4. What kinds of management structures are evolving in companies
that can accommodate achieving results across
diverse cultural sensibilities and orientations?
Decades of experience helping clients achieve their organizational goals in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) and elsewhere in challenging cross-cultural, business, and policy environments.
Mr AbiNader has worked in more than 40 countries and with numerous Fortune 100 companies
on issues ranging from economic development
to the professional development of corporate, local, and expatriate staff.
His firm was a pioneer in advocacy through special events programming public affairs activities in Washington; productions at World Fairs and other high-end international venues;
and focused-activities for specialized audiences.
Human assets development programs target all employment levels—
from senior management to technical operators and support staff.
1 - 130,
VP for Government Relations and Marketing
Sutherland Government Solutions
Chairman, CompTIA New and Emerging Technologies Committee.
Learn more, see this article (copy/paste http://bit.ly/2b3YIiS)
1) data science; 2) digital transformation; 3) the Internet of Things; 4) cybersecurity; and 5) 3-D manufacturing. Transforming operations using collaboration, agility, innovation and engagement.
Contact Chuck via Twitter: @ChuckDBrooks
135 - 205,
INDUSTRY REPORT: AEROSPACE & DEFENSE and GLOBAL TALENT
JUAN KOPP, Senior Manager,
210 - 230,
PEOPLE SEEKING CAREERS ABROAD
SUSAN MUSICH, Author, Executive Director & Founder,
Susan Musich was Faculty & Trainer (Consultant) in the U.S. Department of State for 16 years. Susan also founded and managed the largest, online, global career program that supports globally-minded organizations seeking effective solutions to support their constituents with cross-border career transitions. Covering more than 250 destinations in over 80 countries, the Passport Career program is customized for each client and offers detailed, country-specific career guidance and resources online, which are complemented by live, interactive online training.
235 - 3,
MANAGING INTERNATIONAL HR, CROSS-BORDER EMPLOYMENT
Past, Present and Future
ANN ELLIS, Owner,
United Arab Emirates
The Mauve Group is a leading provider of global HR and employment solutions and expatriate services. Established in 1996, the group of companies are linked through common ownership and have strategic positioning spanning 4 continents.
Our companies work closely together to offer a diverse range of solutions and services.
Our own highly successful global expansion programme of establishing regional centres worldwide, has given us the expertise and in-depth knowledge which has proved invaluable to our clients. Our "business without borders" ethos is supported by our professional and international team of staff, with backgrounds in IT, telecoms, banking and finance, tax, corporate sales and HR. The combination of their experience and dedication enables the Mauve Group to consistently deliver high end client services.
As a leader in the current marketplace for HR and employment solutions, with a reputable and well-established international infrastructure in place, we can provide solutions designed to help smooth the human resource process, leaving our clients to focus on their core business.
Whether it is a complete company formation or employment of a single person overseas, our creative and innovative approach ensures all our clients receive a cost effective, reliable and compliant solution.
EMPLOYEE RELOCATION EXPERIENCE:
elements, metrics and how it affects your bottom line
ELENA MOSKO, CEO of Globiana.com
RELOCATION COST CONTROLS and EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION;
...generational changes and economic changes mean transferees renting;
...value for stakeholders including corporate?
DIANE AYRES, President,
PorchLight Rental & Destination Services
= Performance expectations
= Metrics and accountability
= Significant cost savings
PorchLight is a national rental and destination services company providing rental finding, destination settling-in service and school assistance for transferees moving throughout the U.S. and Canada. A Woman-owned business with +13 years experience serving relocation management companies, fortune 1000 employers, and assisting thousands of transferees with their destination service needs throughout the country. Prior to PorchLight, Diane worked in corporate housing where she was a SeniorVP of 1 of the 5 founding companies that formed the BridgeStreet organization. In 2015 Diane was recognized by
Cleveland’s Smart Business News as a progressive woman in business.
IS CULTURAL TRAINING DEAD?
- Wondering what the future holds for cultural training?
- Why are many of your younger employees adverse to taking two full days of training?
- Why hasn’t technology helped in any meaningful way in the last decade?
CATHY HEYNE and MICHAEL CADDEN,
Managing Directors, Living Abroad.com,
...will explore where it all started and how we got to where we are today.
They will show you their vision for the future.
430 - 530,
TRANSPORTATION ISSUES & SOLUTIONS
DONNA DIGIOVANNI, Executive VP
#1 intelligent chatbot for mobile talent ...
Robby Wogan, Owner of MoveAssist International
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