Making Global Mobility the most important team within your business

Caroline Hickson (KPMG) with Francine Colgan (Monadelphous Group) and Sarah Lanes (Chevron Australia) discussed approaches to elevating your mobility function at the FEM Perth Chapter.

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Nov 06, 2017
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Perth Chapter Meeting on the 1st November 2017  was titled “Making Global Mobility the Most important Team within Your Business” and hosted by KPMG.

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?

After a brief immigration and tax updated; a panel discussion facilitated by Caroline Hickson of KPMG with Francine Colgan, Global Mobility Lead, Monadelphous Group Limited and Sarah Lanes, Team Lead – Talent Sourcing; Chevron Australia  ensued on approaches to elevating their mobility function. Delving into 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.

See the slide deck for more information on this topic including the top 5 tips on how to elevate global mobility.

Want to know more about the Perth Chapter Meeting or receive updates on future events? Please email Aysegul Kayahan

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Aysegul Kayahan

Director, Relocation Specialists

Aysegul Kayahan, managing director of Relocation Specialists in Queensland and Victoria has been in the global mobility industry since 1993. Aysegul started the Forum for Expatriate Management community in Australia in early 2012, with chapters in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. From February 2015 to January 2017, Aysegul was appointed to the role of global chair of Chapter Leads for the Forum for Expatriate Management.

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