Key challenges in APAC - Maggie Zhang of AIG shares her thoughts on mobility, talent development and technology

The recipient of an EMMA in 2017 - the prestigious award for an Outstanding Contribution to Global Mobility, Maggie will be speaking at our forthcoming APAC Summit in Singapore. Here's a small taster of what she will be sharing with delegates

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As International Chief HR Officer at finance and insurance giant, AIG Maggie Zhang is responsible for the corporation's HR policies across the globe. 

As the Summit Chair, I am particularly looking forward to hearing all about STRIDE, AIG's innovative talent development program in her Mobility Masterclass, but Maggie will also be taking part in our closing panel discussion on technology and AI and its impact on mobility and the world of work itself. 

In a previous article, I highlighted some of the key themes of our Summit and outlined some of the points and best practice that Maggie and Miqi Zhu, Talent Manager at AIG will be sharing with attendees at their Mobility Masterclass. 

In anticipation of both sessions at FEM's APAC Global Mobility Summit in Singapore, I asked Maggie a few brief questions to find out what she is looking forward to discussing and sharing when we hear from her at Hotel Fort Canning on 5th September:

How do you think mobility is changing in the APAC region? 

Maggie Zhang (MZ):
Companies are seeking more cost effective, more flexible ways in mobility to support employee development and business growth. 

What do you think are the three greatest challenges facing Global Mobility professionals there today? 

I currently see the need for f
orward-looking perspectives, pro-active problem solving ability and business acumen. 

What do you hope that delegates will take away from your Mobility Masterclass? 

How we can leverage mobility capacity to support talent development and sustainable business growth.  

You are also taking part in the closing discussion about technology, AI and the world of work: The Future Workplace, AI technology evolution and the impact on global mobility. What sparks your interest in this? 

Digital platforms and technology development will shape HR resource management hugely. It’s happening already, HR professionals need to be more forward-looking and agile to cope with the changes and lead the way as change agents to support business growth. 

Who would you recommend attend your Mobility Masterclass: How AIG created STRIDE - its innovative talent management program

All HR leaders, HRBPs and mobility professionals. 

Which session(s) are you looking forward to – and why is it important to attend the FEM APAC Summit? 

It's important to understand the market trends, new solutions and new technology - I look forward to the whole agenda. 

Bring your questions for Maggie at our APAC Global Mobility Summit, Thursday, 5th September. 

Register here

Claire Tennant-Scull

Global Director, Content & Events, Forum for Expatriate Management

Claire Tennant-Scull is Global Director of Content & Events at the Forum for Expatriate Management (FEM). She produces and chairs all FEM’s Conferences and Summits in Amsterdam, the Americas, APAC and EMEA and oversees FEM's global awards (EMMAs). Claire works closely with key clients, leads FEM’s London Chapter and oversees the FEM website, reports and publications. In addition to her experience in Global Mobility, Claire has more than 20 years’ expertise in publishing, working as a managing editor, writer, journalist and broadcaster, both in the print and digital world. With thousands of contacts across the Global Mobility community, Claire is always keen to welcome new members and to broaden the FEM community.

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