Global Talent Management: Expatriate and Organizational Development
As emerging markets continue to cause corporations, industries and organization to reshape how they do business, global mobility and its connection to talent management remain at the top of the agenda of those entities. Consulting companies like PWC, Mercer and Deloitte are spending considerable time, energy and effort surveying their customers to identify the best practices and benchmarks that enhance global mobility operations. Our desire is to arm workshop participants with the best intelligence and most salient solutions for building a robust global mobility program. Whether you’re just starting out, or a seasoned veteran at global mobility, this workshop strives to meet your needs and address your greatest challenges.
We will explore/discuss what’s meant by global mobility, the key components of a global mobility initiative, the link to talent management, critical partnerships, emerging trends, benchmarks and best practices and cap the session off with pain points and challenges using case studies to strategize solutions. While we plan to share information, we plan to create a highly interactive and engaging experience, inviting you to participate in the dialogue
Join us in a dual-segmented presentation where Rodney will cover Global Talent Management followed by group case study analysis.
Part One: Industry Overview
- Industry Trends
- Global Talent Management Pain Points
- Best Practices
- Strategies and Policy Development
Part Two: Group Case Study Analysis
Rodney has spent many years in education and consulting, so we have elected to approach a portion of our Chapter event with a Consultative approach. Attendees will be placed in randomly selected groups to review provided case studies. Upon review the groups will be given a period of time to collaborate and provide solutions to the given case studies.
The Chapter Lead:
Brett Motherwell of GS3 - If you have any questions please email email@example.com.
There is no charge for corporate members and there is a $150 charge per supplier, per person assuming they have a valid Supplier Membership of $550. If you would like to know more about the registration process or have a any questions please enquire with Andy Smailes, firstname.lastname@example.org .
Registration: To register for this event you will need to supply your name, company name, email address and phone number even though you may already be a member of the Forum. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
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