Seth Mattison to Keynote 2018 Symposium

Renowned innovator, author, and futurist Seth Mattison is set to keynote the 2018 Global Workforce Symposium on 18 October 2018 as sponsored by Quicken Loans.

As the summer continues to heat up, Worldwide ERC® is proud to welcome workforce strategist and management trendspotter Seth Mattison as the keynote speaker for this year’s Global Workforce Symposium.

Internationally renowned, Mattison will dive into innovation in the global mobility space during his speech at this year’s Global Workforce Symposium, one of the world’s most prominent mobility events. He already advises leading brands on key shifts happening around talent management, change and innovation, leadership, and the future of work, and will certainly have valuable insight for the many organizations in attendance.

As a whole, the mobility industry has seen quite a bit of digital innovation and disruption in the past few years. From the rise of digital nomads and the gig economy to augmented and virtual reality, there is plenty of opportunity for organizations to gain a competitive edge as “The Perfect Storm“ rolls in.

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“I see disruption as ‘extreme change,’ and our industry manages change so expertly that we welcome new perspectives – and remarkable keynoters like Seth – that show us how to leverage the current environment. The more we understand about the future of work, the more strategic we can be in our own companies and careers,” said Mark Lozano, SCRP, GMS, 2018 Chairman, Worldwide ERC®.  

Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to discuss innovation in the global mobility industry with a recognized expert on the matter. Mattison’s keynote is set to take place 18 October 2018 from 8:15 10:00 a.m. at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, Washington.

If you haven’t already registered to attend the 2018 Global Workforce Symposium, do so before space runs out. Register today for the largest global mobility meeting in the world!

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