FEM NORDIC CHAPTER MEETING 18/01/19 - meet 'Here we are global'

Don’t miss the second meeting of the FEM's Nordic chapter in Copenhagen on Friday 18 January 2019. Meet below one of the presenters at our next interactive event

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Hosted by the Confederation of Danish Industry, the second chapter meeting will be held in Copenhagen! 

The breakfast meeting will include presentations from industry experts, as well as interactive breakout groups to discuss the challenges facing Global Mobility professionals in the New Year.

We aim to collect the issues raised at the end of the meeting and present those to relevant lobby groups and authorities in Norway and Denmark. 

REGISTER YOUR PLACE TODAY!

WHEN:

Friday, 18 January 2019, from 08.30 to 13.30

WHERE:

Dansk Industri, H. C. Andersens Boulevard 18, 1787 København V

COST:

  • £75 for global mobility suppliers, per person, assuming the supplier has a valid Supplier Membership of £350
  • Complimentary to Corporate HR


One of the most anticipated items on the agenda is a presentation from 'Here we are global'

Here we are global is a community of global professionals co-creating opportunities to learn, work or volunteer while on the move. With a clear mission to advance the dual career opportunity, here we are global teams up with organisations to enable accompanying partners to build their skills set, maintain a professional identity and create social impact. The network is represented in 18+ countries and partners with start ups, HR companies and civil society organisations worldwide.

 

Combining her own international life experience and HR knowledge from the private and NGO sector, Jannie Skov-Hansen will share how accompanying partners are able to consciously build a global development path, inspired by the here we are Competency Matrix. This evolving tool allows partners to grow and share competencies no matter where in the world they are, supported by fellow global professionals.

 

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Scott Radford

Global Mobility Director, NES Advantage

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