TORONTO

Wednesday, 30 October 19

Time: 9 – 3  +Reception


Memo from Ed Cohen, Developer/Curator & Moderator:  Yes- we love bringing together business people to talk in this time of changes – economic development, demographics, cultural growth, global talent, flex/remote working, cross-border communications, and new business formations. 

Our platforms: LIVE events; online; podcast/radio talkshows; print; video; and providing business intros and referrals has been and continues to be very cool, very exciting for me. Contact me; let’s discuss. 

REGISTER 1 seat REGISTER 2, 3 or 4 seats together LEADERSHIP: Brand/Sponsor a private table (max8) Requesting the HONOUR of YOUR COMPANY and participatiion

REGISTER TODAY.. E  Z text/talk to Ed (+1) 619.787.3100 or email seat res to

publisher@globalbusiness.media Invoice will be sent for payment.

1 seat  C$250 (US 191)

if 2+    C$200/seat (US 153)

Personal confidential service. Cards preferred; Receipt immediate upon processing. Private info immediately deleted. Guaranteed.

 

HIGHER PROFILE?

CoSponsor the Education:  C$2500 (US 1912) includes 1 registration, speaking role roundtable/panel, tabletop, image & logo display on social media and PR, MC specially introduces; receive delegate list.

 

CoSponsor the Closing Reception:  C$700 (US 535)

Get more info about the education course or about us

(+1) 619.787.3100 or email seat res to

publisher@globalbusiness.media

VENUE

First Canadian Place

68th Floor

100 King Street West

Toronto ON

M5X 1A9

 



LINKING WITH BUSINESS STRATEGY 

Strategic Role of the EMPLOYER BRAND and CULTURE

Developing the TALENT ‘PIPELINE’ 

CONTINUOUS LEARNING

BENEFITS / REWARDS

TALENT MOBILITY; Business Travel & Relo

 

 

 

 


Editor’s Memo: Education course in-development: (1) additional faculty and cosponsors will be displayed; (2) possible topic adjustments; (3) timeline adjustments; (4) Luncheon TABLE TOPICS and TABLE LEADERS  announced soon.; (5) Benefits session developing. For info contact Ed by text/talk 619.787.3100 or  publisher@globalbusiness.media …and Thank You.

 AGENDA / TIME-LINE

8, Check-in opens

Coffee and refreshments

Sponsor Information tables are open


9-9:20,

Moderator’s remarks about the outcomes desired for this event

Introductions; Who-is-in-the-room?

Ed Cohen, Developer, Curator & Moderator

Global Business Editor    GLOBAL HR NEWS 

Broadcast Host   GLOBALRADIOtalkshow


9:20-10:20

Opening keynote

LEARNING + DEVELOPMENT; Human & Machine

Karen Collins, Chief Talent Officer

BMO Financial Group

 


10:20-11, Break

Sponsor Information tables are open


11-12:30,

LINKING WITH BUSINESS STRATEGY

R-O-I  of  MOBILE  TALENT

Business Travel and Relo Assignments

Objectives: Defined purpose and objectives; immediate + longer term

Objectives: How can / should people / organizations flourish via the experience?

Cost forecasting: How are you doing it?

Risk: Compliance: Issues and Solutions

Risk: Employer Brand represented by mobile talent; Preparations?

Risk: Duty to Care; employee (&family) health & well-being / safety / security

Performance management; Measuring / Coaching / Asset Development / Tech

How will companies utilize / apply new skill-sets of Mobile Talent?

How do / should companies create competitive advantage through Mobile Talent?

 

presentations + panel + audience conversations

Moderator: Ed Cohen

Content Developer, Curator & Moderator


Commentators will include:

Terri Lynn Oliver, BBA GMS CGMP; Senior Manager

McCain Foods


Mala Cornell, CHRP, CHRL; Global Mobility Manager

CPP Investment Board


Roy Phelps, Chief Commercial Officer

QMM


Shelley Beaudry, BSc, CHRL; Senior Manager, Global Mobility Policy

Scotiabank


Sheryll Young, GMS-T; Global Mobility Lead

Shopify


David Fennell, Vice President, Business Development

Weichert Workforce Mobility


Enid Borgonia

DEL Suites


12:30-2, LUNCHEON

table topics / table leaders …followed by audience discussion of the topics

Topic 1:   Tech impacts your job: Humans vs Machine or work together? Redefine “work”

Topic 2:   Legal & Tax

Topic 3:  Benefits for International Assignees

Topic 4:  Talent Acquisition: Start in high school?

Topic 5:  HHG and cost-savings techniques

Topic 6:  C X: Psychological role of Temp Housing


2-2:45

BENEFITS / TOTAL REWARDS

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

 

Global Benefits 101 for Expat Employers

David Tompkins | TFG Global Insurance Solutions Ltd

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2:45, Moderator’s closing remarks and announcing next events


3,  RECEPTION




MEMO from the Producer/Editor: Defining the Talent Pipeline and the strategic role of Talent Mobility today is a great topic for conversations.

We love bringing together business people to talk in this time of changes – economic development, demographics, cultural growth, global talent, flex/remote working, cross-border communications, and business formations.  Our platforms: LIVE events; online; podcast/radio talkshows; business referrals & video production. 

For example, a customer of GLOBAL HR NEWS, Munich-based Olivier Meier, Mercer, has written: “In practice, talent mobility is a combination of international moves and lateral mobility between job functions. The increased focus on the development of talent means that talent mobility managers are increasingly perceived (or at least want to be viewed) as employee experience curators. Digitalization, increased mobility (in many forms and not just traditional expatriation) and rise of remote working are changing the employees’ experience. Ensuring smooth relocation or virtual international collaboration requires new approaches and tools.” 

What’s the company trying to achieve with talent mobility? 

How are companies forecasting the assignment objectives and the costs?

How will they measure performance of the Assignee? 

How will companies utilize the assignee’s new skill-sets?

Another customer, UK-based Michael Elia offers this:  “How can people and organisations flourish through the global assignment experience?     How can we create competitive advantage through global assignments?’

I invite you to be involved; join the conversations on OCTOBER 30 at BMO then follow-up by visiting the site globalbusinessnews.net   then go deeper.  I invite you to participate…YOUR VOICE MATTERS TO US.

Contact me text/talk (+1) 619.787.3100 (whatsapp ok)

email publisher@globalbusiness.media