NEW YORK – October 24

WALL  STREET  BRIEFING;

ROI on Mobile Talent…so, where is it? 

Reskill & Upskill & ReDesign

Today’s Business of Mobile Talent 

Venue:  The Bailey, 52 William Street, NY 10005

 

Leader Development from within the new workforce

What does “Strategic” mean when managing mobile talent?

Productivity and ROI of Business Travel   

Customer service and C X

 ‘Employer Branding’  impacts mobility via C X

 OK, what’s an EMPLOYER BRAND?  

Simply, employer brand is your firm’s reputation as a place to work. It’s not about the company’s PR campaign and the ad placements you see across social media, on TV and publications. It’s about how employees in-office and on-assignment communicate company values, culture. 

Example: an employee on business travel, an employee and family on a project (domestic or global)…  are they a “good person” to represent the org?   Benefits/Coaching/Mentoring designed to enhance the employee’s success on assignment?  It’s also about how company customers think about the company. 

Does it really matter? You can bet on it.  



Gallery of leaders now includes…


 

WALL  STREET  BRIEFING

…so, where’s the ROI?

 

10, Program starts

Moderator’s Intros



10:30 – 11, audience discussion

GLOBAL HR Business Policy

…Role of International Compensation & Benefits

Sandrine Bardot, International Compensation & Benefits;

Publisher, compensationinsider.com

Read more about “socialising”  your C&B policies…    http://compensationinsider.com/socialize-your-compensation-benefits-annual-business-plan/?utm_medium=link&utm_campaign=10X&utm_source=LIS

 ABOUT:

Sandrine Bardot, Publisher of the compensationinsider.com (Bardot Group) is originally from Paris, and is a well-regarded, Total Rewards expert with a Middle East focus. Sandrine is a C&B trainer, blogger, speaker, and consultant.  

Sandrine was a speaker at the GlobalBusiness Paris conference in 1999, while a senior manager with Microsoft Europe.

Sandrine now lives and works in Dubai. Sandrine will call-in from Dubai and will talk about developing international policies for comp&ben and also participate in the audience conversations. She will inform us about the business scene in Dubai; how she was hired by a private equity firm to advise and help manage a fast-growth conglomerate.

Sandrine will talk  about the challenges and the opportunities of living and working in Dubai.



   



11 – 12,  keynote workshop
  
Developing Leaders from within the New Workforce
 presented by
Philip Berry, CHRO, Clinton Foundation

Mr Berry will address key issues.
He will lead audience discussions in an idea exchanges.
He will guide the audience to develop solutions



12 – 12:15,

WELLNESS

Dr. Lisa J. Reeves MD

Dr. Lisa J. Reeves is a former Assistant Professor of Medicine at NewYork-Presbyterian and Montefiore Medical Center.

DOCTORS in the OFFICE… Medical Director, she is actually the physician in charge of delivering care at the Clinton Foundation.



12:15
Lunch tabletalk



12:45 – 1:15,

BUSINESS TRAVEL: Increasing ROI by Reducing “Friction”

presented by

Cathy Heyne, Living Abroad

Michael Cadden, Living Abroad



1:15 – 1:40, BREAK



1:40 – 3:15, session developing, additional thought-leader/panelists will be announced

INNOVATING, C X, BRANDING…COMMUNICATING with MULTIPLE STAKEHOLDERS:

Impact of …disruption, tech, new products, “mobile”, new workforce attitudes,work methods  

Moderator:Ed Cohen, Publisher-  GlobalBusinessNews

Broadcast Host- GlobalRadio Talkshow

 


Rina Montalvo, LLM, Dow Jones / News Corp; Head of Mobility and Immigration


Anna Bochko, Altice USA; Senior Director of Benefits and Mobility


Ron Labin, CRP, SGMS-T, PLUS Relocation


Sara Marisa Simonetti, Interconex


Ken Flornes, CEO, Nectar Furnished Apartments


Selena Rogers, Furnished Quarters

Selena Rogers, Furnished Quarters


Karen M. Gerba, SCRP, GMS;  CHASE Mortgage


Roger Sorhagen, Executive Vice President/National Sales- Liberty United Van Lines


3:15 – 3:30, BEAK


3:30 – 5, panel + audience interactive

SERVICE EXPECTATIONS and the new RFP:  

Self-service technology vs high touch personal service

Timely: Organizations are now determining best opportunities exist in delivery excellence.

Service-providers: Competitive offerings, client requirements; technology.

Panel: Discuss striving for the ‘right mix’; balance self-service vs high touch re client satisfaction. 

 How are corporates approaching this delicate balance?
 Service delivery requirements outlined in RFPs?
 Corporate culture and Delivery Method?
 Assignee/transferee impact on service type?
Moderator: Ed Cohen, Publisher- Global Business News

Broadcast Host- Global Radio Talkshow


Panelists 

Patricia Welch –  Principal, Welch Consulting


John Sculley, VP-Managing Director, RIS Consulting Group

 

At RIS Consulting Group since 1995, John Sculley designs and leads all RIS advisory, research and change management projects for corporate relocation programs and related services. He was formerly a vice president at a major relocation management company and at an international consulting firm, specializing in corporate location decisions and economic development.He was also executive director/CEO of a major Connecticut not-for-profit. He is the recipient of the Certified Relocation Professional designation (1990), the Meritorious Service Award (1997) and the President’s Award (2006) from the Worldwide Employee Relocation Council. He currently serves on the ERC’s national Task Force on Mobility Procurement and on the Board of Directors for the New England Relocation Association. A graduate of Bucknell University, John lives in New Milford, Connecticut. He and wife Mary have three daughters and a grandson. Contact John Sculley at (800) 724-6000 ext. 145 or johnsculley@rismedia.com.


Debra Frost, CRP, GMS-T, Vice President, Global Client Relations, Cornerstone Relocation Group


Lisa Mendelsohn, Regional Director, North America, Crown World Mobility 


 


Adjourn to Pub

Conference venue:    The Bailey, 52 William Street, NY 10005



US Tax Deduction for Continuing Professional Education:
A US income tax deduction is allowed for expenses of education including registration fees, travel, meals and lodging, undertaken to maintain or improve skills (Treasury Reg 1.1662-5; Coughlin v. Commissioner Internal Revenue, 203 F2d 307, 2d Circuit 1953)