This month, I will be participating in the National Foreign Trade Council’s Annual Strategic Global Workforce Management Forum held at the New York Athletic Club, July 11-12. Headlined “Human Capital Drives Innovation & Growth: Connecting the Right Talent Model to the Business,” this annual event brings together global mobility professionals, providers, consultants, and industry experts.
If you do business internationally, this will be an excellent chance to pick up some key insights. You can access the registration form via the NFTC site, or register at the door. Hope you can join us!
The following are the topics that my Cartus colleagues and I will be presenting on at the forum:
Cross-Border Mergers & Acquisitions: The Critical Role of Human Resources Before and After the Deal — July 11, 8:30 a.m.
Stephane Brahy, director, global consulting at Cartus
Christopher Bellanca, vice president, Global Talent Management at PepsiCo
For my session, Global Talent Management Programs in Emerging Markets — July 11, 3:15 p.m., I will be joined by:
Rock Provillon, senior director, Global Talent Mobility at PepsiCo
Katherine Thompson, managing director, Global Mobility at Citigroup
Short-Term Assignments—A 360 Degree Perspective — July 12, 10:15 a.m.
Cindy Madden, director, consulting services at Cartus
Patty Chookhae-Kragh, global mobility manager at Biogen Idec
Sara Wasson, human resources director at Amgen
Joy Audino, international mobility representative at Schneider Electric
Brazil: Managing Assignee Expectations and Realities — July 12, 1:45 p.m.
Pat DeDonato, vice president, Supply Chain Management at Cartus
Karen Beyer, manager, International Benefits at GE
Elizabeth Perelstein, chair of The School Choice Group
Lance Kaplan, partner at Fragomen.
It would be great to see you in New York City for the National Foreign Trade Council’s Annual Strategic Global Workforce Management Forum.
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