Frankfurt Mobility Summit


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Keynote Presentation

Create A Radically Inspiring Workplace – Meet the Corporate Rebels

Wednesday, 10:45 – 11:15

Embracing transformation is a must-have for business survival, but change is often easier to talk about than to implement. Now, you can learn how to successfully transform your work – and your workplace – into a more fun, engaging and rewarding experience through this keynote presentation, led by Corporate Rebels Pim de Morree and Joost Minnaar. They quit their corporate jobs in 2016 in search of ways to overcome outdated, bureaucratic and uninspiring practices. They traveled the globe to learn what made the most pioneering leaders and businesses truly thrive. Combining insights gleaned from more than 100 organizations and over 1,000 interviews with their own academic research, they have identified 8 key trends radically transforming workplaces for the better.

Gain a number of tangible takeaways from what they’ve learned and discover ways to make your own and your global employees’ experiences more rewarding in this engaging and unique presentation. Register now.


Pim de Morree
Corporate Rebels



Identifying Your Potential Leaders - Engaging, Developing and Retaining the Right Talent to Grow Your Business

Wednesday, 11:45 – 12:45

This workshop will provide you with insights about the changing nature of leadership and how to identify, develop and retain only the right talent to grow your business.

The workshop will help you to:

  • Gain insights into key leadership and talent management challenges facing organisations today.
  • Learn about the new traits and characteristics that key leaders need to meet today’s challenges in an increasingly global competitive market.
  • Acquire practical tips on how to engage, develop and retain only the right talent to drive real growth.


Ali Kursun
Founder & Managing Partner
sparkChief & Co.


But, How Do We Get There?

Mobility professionals well understand the strategic talent importance of their work. Further, they understand that their contributions to talent strategy can be maximized when they have the “seat at the table.” So, how do we get there? No matter what position – from front line counselor to a technical data analyst; no matter what industry – from relocation service to corporate human resources, it is valuable to understand how others have progressed in their careers to represent the mobility function at their respective companies in a meaningful and strategic manner.


Kerwin Guillermo
Head of Global Mobility
Hewlett Packard Enterprises