The topic of how global mobility can best support an organization’s overall talent strategy remains a hot one, and a crucial part of that conversation is fully understanding who your global talent is, why they are the right fit, and what their individual and unique needs are. With many companies seeing significant shifts in the demographics of their assignees, are your policy elements, product offerings, and how you deliver services keeping up with the pace of change?
In Seattle later this month, Trish MacDonald, director of global mobility for Westinghouse Electric Company, Debbie Convery GMS, SPHR, director, global programs and operations at Nike, Dr. Walter Woolf, V.M.D, founder & CEO of Air Animal Pet Movers, and Krissa Denning MBA, GPHR, mobility program manager at Microsoft Corporation will discuss why it’s important to rethink global mobility program product offerings and service delivery to better support organizational goals through talent deployment.
Drawing on their unique industry perspectives, they’ll walk through various demographic and other shifts in the mobile workforce that demand new approaches to global mobility. They’ll share ways in which their companies are attuned and responding to the changing needs of transferees while simultaneously supporting the company’s vision. And in keeping with what could be new understandings about “whole-family” viewpoints, Denning and Woolf will offer their perspectives on why the commitment to transporting assignees’ pets is an important one, and why companies need to think outside the box when it comes to the pets’ portion of the journey, both at the beginning and far beyond the end of initial assignments.
Get ready to benefit from experienced industry professionals – and join the conversation on 18 October 2018 at 2:30 p.m. PST. Register today for the 2018 Global Workforce Symposium!