Making global mobility the most important team within your business
The value to your business of getting global mobility right is enormous. But how can you elevate your global mobility programme from a reactive, tick-the-box process, to a program that your people love, drives employee loyalty from the most junior to the most senior levels, and contributes to your company's global success?
Join us for an insightful panel discussion over breakfast where we will hear from industry leaders on approaches to elevating their mobility function. We will delve in to topical issues such as practical ways to better align global mobility with talent management, and strategies for helping your assignees adapt and succeed in today's "VUCA" (volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous) environment.
Francine Colgan, Global Mobility Lead, Monadelphous Group Limited
Francine Colgan has over 20 years experience in Human Resource Management in Professional Services, Recruitment, Mining and Construction industries. Over the last 13 years her focus has primarily been on Global Mobility with equal focus towards Australian immigration and relocation, mobilising employees to and from global locations (including PNG, China, Mongolia, USA, NZ and Philippines) and coordinating and tracking a growing number of International Business Travellers. In the evolving world of Global Mobility, sometimes the risks seem ongoing in contrast to the outcomes they yield - so keeping an eye on the balance can be the greatest way to measure ongoing growth and success.
Sarah Lanes, Team Lead – Talent Sourcing; Chevron Australia
Sarah Lanes has 15 years’ experience in Human Resource Management specialising in Talent Sourcing, Global Mobility and Employee Development within the Resources sector. During her 9 years at Chevron she has supported Project Ramp Up and Ramp Down for two Major Capital Projects in WA, as well as facilitating employee development programs and overseas assignments to build talent pipelines for future Operations. In recent years, her primary focus has been on identifying and implementing cost saving measures to ensure efficient business processes for the sourcing and hiring of personnel as well as intercompany transfers to support career development and operational requirements.
Wednesday, 1 November, 2017
Level 8, 235 St Georges Terrace, Perth
- Complimentary to Corporate HR.
- £75 for global mobility suppliers, per person, assuming the supplier has a valid Supplier Membership of £350