How can you create a set of mobility essentials? Find out at our Americas Summit in Denver

CH2M created a proprietary intranet site to advance a global mindset for all its employees and David Crosby and Beth Reynolds will be running a workshop to explain how, what and why they created this project.

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Apr 13, 2017
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The site, ‘Mobility Essentials’, was built on a foundation of internal interviews, external benchmarking, and extensive research findings to create a curriculum to promote cultural intelligence and improve cross-cultural communication skills.

David and Beth will explain how CH2M identified the organizational needs and then built the platform on a limited budget. They will also share how they researched and identified curriculum resources and realized benefits and return-on-investment.

David Crosby is well-known to FEM members and attendees of our events. As the Director for Global Project Support and Mobility at CH2M HILL he has over 20 years of experience on both the third party and the corporate side of the industry, serving in the in the financial, technology, and medical device industries. His teams are responsible for developing and implementing staffing plans, deployment execution planning including risk identification and analysis, global mobility, domestic temporary duty assignments, relocation and immigration.

Sharing the platform with him will be Beth Reynolds, HR Rotational Program Professional. Beth also works for engineering company CH2M and is currently a participant in their Human Resources Rotational Program. The program is designed to create well-rounded HR professionals by providing them work assignments in the various areas of HR within the firm. It was during her Global Project Support and Mobility rotation, that Beth worked with colleagues to create Mobility Essentials.

Catch David at these other Americas Summit sessions

Always a popular and engaging speaker, David will also be hosting a Roundtable focusing localization on Day One of the Summit, and taking part in a Case Study looking at finding a Global Mobility solution for project-based organizations along with Trey Delmark of Polaris Global Mobility. In addition to this, you can hear David’s thoughts on the New Look International Assignee in our closing panel where he will join Berna Anderson of Weatherford International, Elizabeth Karcher of Discovery Communications, and Vini Valverde of Trimble (and FEM's Denver Chapter) to round off two days of intense debate and expert insights.

Join David and Beth for their workshop: Creating a Set of ‘Mobility Essentials’ on Day Two of the FEM Americas Summit at 11.45am – 12.30pm.

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Claire Tennant-Scull

Head of Content, Forum for Expatriate Management

Claire Tennant-Scull is Head of Content at the Forum for Expatriate Management (FEM). She chairs all FEM’s Conferences and Summits in the Americas, APAC and EMEA. Claire also leads FEM’s London Chapter and manages the FEM website and associated reports. Claire has more than 20 years’ experience in publishing, working as a managing editor, writer, journalist and broadcaster, both in the print and digital world. She has worked for major publishing houses and was previously the Online Editor at a respected global mobility publisher. Claire is always keen to meet new members and to broaden the FEM community.

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