International HR Leaders Summit 2011 – Documentation

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With increasing pressure for International business to work on a global scale with a local feel HR professional are being put to the test to find the best strategies to fit their companies. It has now become more important than ever for HR departments to establish themselves as strategic business partners to ensure that your company is ready for any obstacles the fast paced global market throws at them.

To be prepared you must be aware of the global trends that may affect your company and develop a team that has cross cultural competencies and that can perform under pressure. Some of the main areas this presentation covers are; leadership development, employee engagement, people performance management and HR Metrics.

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The “International HR Leaders Summit 2011″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:

Session 1

Introduction and Opening by Conference Chair What are Global Megatrends in Talent Management?

Will Mitchell, Director of Consulting A & DC

Session 2

Creating Effective HR Business Partnering for Sustainable Business Results and Improved Employee Engagement

Annemie Ress, Global HR Director eBay EU

Session 3

Develop People Performance to Improve Your Global Business

Sharoq Al-Malki, Chief Human Capital Officer Qatar Museum Authority

Session 4

Creating A Talented Organisation

Louise Sproule, HR Director- EMEA Auto Desk LTD

Session 5

Implement a Coherent Global Leadership Plan

Philippa Phipps, Group Talent Manager BAE Systems

Session 6

Mapping Future Skills

Samantha Austin-May, Head of HR Operations and Development European Southern Observatory

Session 7

Do’s and Don’ts To Achieve Successful Succession Planning

Elina Seppanen, Senior HR Project Manager Tieto

Session 8

Equip Your Leaders With Cross Cultural Competencies

Derek Manuel Global HR Director Save the Children

Session 9

Reviewing Leadership Development to Meet the New Demands of the Organisation

Christopher McLaverty, VP Leadership Development & Learning BP

Session 10

Building Sustainable Talent Pools

Tea Colaianni, Group HR Director Merlin Entertainment

Session 11

Embedding Diversity in Recruitment

Donna Miller, HR Director, European Operations Enterprise Rent-A-Car

Session 12

Making the Transition from Level 1 to Level 2 Engagement

Hazel Hodgins, Employee Insights and Engagement Engagement, UK Retail Banking Barclays

Session 13

Introduction and Opening by Conference Chair Emerging Challenges for HR Post 2010

Nick Kemsley, Co-Director, Centre for Co HR Excellence Henley Business School

Session 14

The Challenges of Global HR Structures

Paul Sparrow, Director, Centre for Performance-led HR University of Lancaster

Session 15

Communicating Global Codes of Conduct

Martina Huitfeldt, HR Business Partner Global IT Oriflame

Session 16

Transforming HR into a Strategic Business Partner

Sarah Grice, Regional Head of HR, Europe Standard Chartered Bank

Session 17

Delivering Commercially Aligned Culture and Capability Change

Richard Howell, Former Global Strategic HR Business Partner Huntsman Advanced Materials

Session 18

Laying the Foundations For Future Business Growth

Michael Rendell, Global Market Leader for HR Services PwC

Session 19

The Internationalisation of UK Employment Law

Charles Wynn-Evans, Wynn Partner Dechert LLP