Amsterdam Conference - Susanna Warner-Corbacho of Schneider Electric shares her thoughts on transforming Global Mobility

Susanna will be speaking at our forthcoming Amsterdam Conference next week. Here's a small taster of what she will be sharing with delegates

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Susanna Warner-Corbacho, VP Global Mobility, Schneider Electric will be delivering a mobility masterclass session at FEM Amsterdam Conference on 5th March at Hotel Okura

In anticipation of her session at FEM's Amsterdam Global Mobility Conference, FEM's Global Director of Content & Events, Claire Tennant-Scull, asked Susanna a few brief questions to find out what she is looking forward to discussing and sharing when we hear from her at Hotel Okura on 5th March.

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CTS:
What are your key challenges in Europe?

Susanna Warner-Corbacho (SWC): 
Managing post Brexit, Posted Workers Directive, Business Travellers….and currently developing Coronavirus of course.

CTS:
You’ll be talking about Transforming Global Mobility at your session, what do you hope our delegates will take away from your Mobility Masterclass?   

SWC:
An insight into how SE transformed their approach to mobility to align with our overall strategy, particularly looking at diversity, technology and balancing flexibility with consistency.

CTS:
Which sessions are you looking forward to?  

SWC:
I’m looking forward to the key note session on Sustainability and the Leadership Masterclass on getting a seat at the table.

Bring your questions for Susanna at our Amsterdam Global Mobility Conference, Thursday, 5th March.

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