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San Diego, October 13, 2016
 

 



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GlobalBusiness SAN DIEGO™
 
to be held at...
Seasons52 Restaurant
UTC mall just off I-805 exit LaJollaVillage Drive
4505 La Jolla Village Drive, San Diego 92122


• REGISTRATION $199.99
group discount, buy 2 seats at $150 each, buy 3 at $123 each

 
 
Memo from
Ed Cohen, Conference Content Developer & Moderator
Editor & Publisher- GLOBALBUSINESSNews.net
Broadcast Host- GLOBALRADIOtalkshow.com

CONTACT via text/call 6197873100
or edcohen@globalhrbusiness.com


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?








GlobalBusinessnews
Continuing Professional Education



1030, check-in opens, come early and meet/greet


1050, Program starts with Moderator's introductions and commentary



1120 - 12,
SAN DIEGO and GLOBAL TALENT
... Immigration issues front & center

MARLENE Z. STANGER, OF COUNSEL
FRAGOMEN Worldwide
(conference sponsor)

Marlene, a former newspaper and magazine journalist and freelance writer, has been practicing immigration law for 15 years. She serves as immigration counsel to a wide range of clients from individuals to major multinationals, as well as institutions of higher education and world-renowned scientific research institutes. She has assisted top research scientists in obtaining permanent residence in the categories of Extraordinary Ability, Outstanding Research and whose work is in the National Interest of the United States and has put together complex cases for investors and entrepreneurs establishing new U.S. business entities.

In addition, Marlene works on Pro Bono cases for the Casa Cornelia Law Center, a non-profit organization in San Diego CA, that provides legal services to men, women and children who have been the victims of trafficking and/or abuse, and also to unaccompanied minors who qualify for immigration benefits to remain in the U.S. She has also obtained religious worker visas for members of a music ministry that raises money to build homes for AIDS orphans in Kenya.

Marlene speaks English and Afrikaans.





12, WORKING LUNCH




1230 - 150,
TALENT LIFE-CYCLE, ACQUISITION & RELOCATION ISSUES
Nextgen diverse talent San Diego-bound; Employer challenges, potential solutions


Panel of subject experts will include ...


MICHELLE HAFFORD, SPHR, SHRM-SCP | Senior Organizational Development Specialist
GreatCall
GreatCall, a wireless industry leader, is involved with 'connected health for active aging' producing an innovative suite of easy-to-use mobile products and award-winning approach to customer care helps aging consumers live more independent lives.

BERNADETTE FARGO, CRP, GMS; Marketing Director
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage (conference sponsor)

CHRISTOPHER FURLOTTE, Vice President, Client Development
Brookfield Global Relocation Services





150 - 2, BREAK



2 - 3,
MILLENNIALS and the EVOLUTION of LEADERSHIP
Examining the Multi-Generational Workforce

ROB O'DONNELL, Managing Director of Consulting Services
Solutions 21

Presentation sponsored by AIReS


Today, there are an unprecedented four generational groups coexisting in the workplace. This demographic diversity poses a challenge for employers, in terms of creating and managing harmonious workplaces, where each generation’s unique values and office expectations mesh.

The newest group to enter the workforce, Generation Y, poses a particular challenge for organizations. Generation Y is not only different from past generations, but also misconstrued in many ways.

This talk examines the current multi-generational workforce, focusing specifically on Generation Y. In doing so, we debunk many of the myths associated with this demographic and explain how all generations can be a tremendous workplace asset.

Incorporating the ideas generated from this talk will not only benefit retention within your organization but also create a more satisfied workforce across the board.




3 - 330,
Global Tax Issues / Compliance

ROBERT ROTHERY, Senior Manager,
KPMG
Global Mobility Services practice


Part of KPMG's Washington National Tax practice, supporting our professionals and their clients tracking and analyzing tax legislation and other developments, developing training materials and presenting courses. U.S. representative to KPMG's Global Social Security Network.






335 - 430,
LEADERSHIP...LEARNING ABOUT RESILIENCE

TIM MULLIGAN, JD, CHRO of SAN DIEGO ZOO GLOBAL
co-author the best-selling book, ROAR, How to build a Resilient Organization







430,
adjourn to the 'Seasons52 happy hour'
(no host... buy a drink and get to know...)




 
 
CONTACT
For more information, contact Ed Cohen:
Email: editorglobalbusinessnews@gmail.com
Phone: +1.619.787.3100
   
   
Conference Sponsors:
 
WellsFargo HM
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aires
kpmg
nectar
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