FEM Brisbane Chapter Meeting 09/08/16
Please join us for the FEM Brisbane Chapter Meeting on 9th August.
Let’s talk Talent - Management, Mobility and Retention
As the competition for talent continues globally, organisations are looking for more creative and different ways to manage their top talent. Organisations are starting to link their talent policy with their international mobility and retention policies to better align company strategy and employee development.
In this panel style event our speakers will give an overview of their organisations global talent management strategies and discuss how they are navigating through this competitive environment to ensure their top talent is not only engaged but retained. We will cover off on key talking points such as:
- Understanding how organisations are linking their international mobility, retention and talent policies
- The strategies organisations are putting in place for millennials who are looking for continuous development
At the end of the panel commentary we will then open up the discussion to hear from participants on their experiences to understand where different organisations are in their talent management journey. Join us for a robust discussion on all things talent
Hayley Granato, GMS-T, Senior Human Resource Consultant – Global Mobility Boeing Defence Australia
After completing a Bachelor of Business Hayley started her career in Human Resources moving into Global Mobility in 2007. During her career she has spent time working internationally for various large multinational organisations. Hayley has extensive experience in managing the end to end life cycle of an international assignment whilst working closely with business leaders to provide tailored and effective global mobility solutions.
Mark Vickers, Head of Talent Acquisition Asia Pacific Region - Bombardier Transportation
Mark has walked the fine line between HR and Talent Acquisition for most of his career with a variety of global companies including Rio Tinto, WorleyParsons, AECOM and more recently as the Head of Asia Pacific Talent Acquisition at Bombardier. He has been responsible for the ramp-up of multi-billion dollar projects relying on local and international talent plus remotely led teams across the region to deliver to a growing engineering and manufacturing business. As an additional hat, Mark is currently responsible for Talent Management in the Bombardier Australian Business.
Tuesday, 9th August, 2016
07:30 to 09:30am
Level 15, 300 Queen Street, Brisbane
- Complimentary to Corporate HR.
- £75 for global mobility suppliers, per person, assuming the supplier has a valid Supplier Membership of £350