TORONTO

30 OCTOBER

9 to 3 +reception


GLOBAL HR TORONTO

TOP TALENT ACQUISITION and INCLUSIVENESS

CORPORATE BRANDING and GLOBAL HR

ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT via CONTINUOUS LEARNING

MOBILE TALENT; BUSINESS TRAVEL +ASSIGNMENTS

… for the digital VUCA world we will be living in  



Venue

BMO Tower,

First Canadian Place,

68th Floor,

100 King Street West

Toronto  M5X 1A9

A word about continuous learning from  

LEENA NAIRCHRO Unilever

LinkedIn Top Voice

“If I assume that my experience of the last 25 years is what’s going to help me be successful in the next few, I’m wrong! 

Let me tell you! That experience is becoming less and less worthy.  

What’s important is how are we learning the new things we need to get capable and get ahead of the changes we’re seeing around us.

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1 seat C$400 (US 300) but be smart, save money buy 2+ C$300/seat (US 225)

E  Z +SECURE Text/Talk to Ed (+1) 619.787.3100 or email publisher@globalbusiness.media   Invoice sent for amex-visa-mc. Receipt fast.

Hello,

I’m Ed Cohen, conference Developer and Moderator and I welcome you to the TORONTO GLOBAL HR Town Hall,a uniquely-designed education experience geared for “talk” not “slides”.

Scroll-down and learn about the people involved. I’m fortunate to have the welcome and support of BMO, a truly dynamic faculty, and generous sponsors. I promise you practical ‘take-aways’.

Contact me to discuss things (+1) 619.787.3100 or  publisher@globalbusiness.media. Global Business Editor    GLOBAL HR NEWS   Broadcast Host   GLOBALRADIOtalkshow

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Mona Malone; Chief Human Resources Officer and Head People & Culture at BMO Financial Group and CEO Darryl White talking about Learning’s role and it’s impact on all of us – no matter what your role at BMO Financial Group…where you’re always on a learning journey.

None of us can predict the future with 100% accuracy.

What we can do is foster a culture that encourages curiosity and innovation. 

It will take a capable, inclusive, highly-skilled workforce to seize future opportunities.”

“What about you?

What new skills are you learning to prepare for a fast-moving future?”

 EDUCATION AGENDA

8,   Check-in opens

Coffee & visit


9,  It’s time to meet people in the room …

Ed Cohen, Program Producer; Moderator


9:30-10:15 –   Opening keynote

CONTINUOUS LEARNING

TALENT DEVELOPMENT


Karen Collins, Chief Talent Officer

BMO Financial Group

 


10:15 – 10:45,

BREAK

Refreshments

Meet & Greet

Sponsor tables

10:45 – 12:45 

A “talk show” not a “slide show”; very highly-interactive dialog and commentary from subject experts and the audience.

 Re-skill, Up-skill,

Re-design,

Re-invent


Discussion points


Global Top Talent Acquisition; inclusiveness to max productivity


Rewards:  Performance / Pay .. How applied to performance m


Business Travelers and Relos; company brand/culture on display 24/7 … how are you preparing the mobile talent?


‘New Gen” expects frequent short-term assignments; 24/7 info access tech/apps: Will HR, ie the business, keep pace?  How big is the gap?


Inclusion and Diversity= Belonging 2.0  Removing “barriers”.  Alternatives to the traditional: extended business trips, commuter assignments, choices – benefits and allowances. 


Expat Gig policies different from employee policies?  Who are gig workers: local/foreign/virtual?  Are they “top tier” performers? Is it company culture to favor them over employees to becme known as “the place” to work? How do you manage  international gig workers?  How to evaluate? Do you have “portable” benefit solutions?


Move the work? to the people vs move people to the work; cost/benefit discussion.


Duty of Care


Project assignment costs and

Communicating with stakeholders


Preparing assignees for the next assignment/project; personal coach vs self-serve online?


HHG, customer experience, and cost-savings? 


ROBOT in your office; what will you have it do?


TACTICAL  IMPLEMENTATION

SUBJECT  EXPERTS

Sheryll Young, GMS-TGlobal Mobility Lead- SHOPIFY


Michael Witowski, VP North America


Michelle Douglas, Global Mobility Manager


Terri Lynn Oliver, SeniorManager


Paula Oliveira, CHRL, Global Mobility Manager


Roy Phelps, Chief Commercial Officer


Shelley Beaudry, BSc, CHRL

Senior Manager, Global Mobility Policy- Scotiabank


Mala Cornell,  CHRP, CHRL

Global Mobility Manager;    CPP Investment Board


Enid Bigornia


STRATEGY

MARK  MEAD

Managing Director, Executive Compensation


MONICA  NAVASCUES

Monica Navascues

Associate Director, Global Talent – Latin America & Canada


JOHN POKLEMBA

Senior Director, Client Services


LAURA LEVENSON, GPHR, GMS-T

Director of Consulting Services


12:45 – 1:45,   

LUNCH

INFORMAL TALKS


1:45 – 3

BENEFITS / TOTAL REWARDS

Editor’s Memo: Education course is in-development; will include Global Benefits and domestic. Additional faculty will be announced soon.

 

Emily Deacon

Managing Director, Benefits / Recognition


Global Benefits 101 for Expat Employers

David Tompkins


3,  Reception

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