Southern California Chapter
'Merging Global Mobility Programs'
Dr. Sheri Sinaga, SCRP, SGMS - AIReS Relocation
Based in the Los Angeles area, Dr. Sheri Sinaga manages business development and account management activities within the Western USA geographic territory.
Sheri completed her doctorate program at the prestigious Union Institute, Cincinnati, OH in Intercultural communications in International Business. She works closely with the Executive Leadership at AIReS, to develop and implement strategic business plans to accommodate corporate goals.
Sheri has spoken to global organizations on topics such as global team building, international negotiations, global business communication, cultural awareness, emerging markets outside of BRIC countries, and repatriation programs for Fortune 500 companies. Her extensive background in domestic and international relocation provides a depth of knowledge of the relocation industry and continuing trends.
Dr. Sinaga will present 7 key strategies for successful mobility program integration, together with the 3 deadly sins in implementation transitions during mergers and acquisitions.
Corporate Panelists who are all Global Mobility Managers, will share their special insight and experiences with the challenges and solutions connected with Merging Mobility Programs.
Participants will have the opportunity to learn about current and best practice information and how it can be applied to their current programs.
11:30-12:00 Lunch provided by GS3
1:45-2:45 Corporate Panel followed by Q & A
2:45-3:00 Closing remarks
December 5, 2013
11:15AM - 3:00PM
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