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Partner Event-Designing a Talent Management Strategy for Global Business
University of San Diego, Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice (KIPJ)
5998 Alcalá Park
San Diego CA, 92110
USA
Friday, April 28, 2017, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM PDT
Category: Special Events

Designing a Talent Management Strategy for Global Business

When: Friday, April 28th, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Where: University of San Diego, Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice (KIPJ), Room A

5998 Alcalá Park, San Diego, California 92110-2492

Cost: $350 per person & a 15% discount code for Athena Members (Includes workshop materials, certificates and breakfast)

Overview

People drive organizations, and organizations need leaders who are globally-minded and able to navigate and excel in cross-cultural settings. In this interactive workshop, we will discuss strategies to align your global business strategy with an effective global talent strategy.

Learning Objectives

- Discover proven strategies to attract, hire, develop and retain talent for global roles and 
   international assignments
- Identify ways to integrate organizational national culture after a merger, joint venture,
   or acquisition
- Design talent programs that align with and support organization strategy
- Build internal initiatives and programs that align with local cultural norms and expectations.

 

 Workshop Leader: Denise Hummel

Denise Pirrotti-Hummel is a serial entrepreneur and business consultant who built and sold her most recent business to Ernst and Young (EY), joining them as a principal. Denise established the Ernst and Young Talent, Diversity, Innovation and Culture Transformation offerings, lead Aon-Hewitt's international M&A people integration and built Deloitte's candidate assessment, training program and success analytics for global mobility. She is now executing engagements for clients under the banner of Lead Inclusively, Inc.

 

 

Register for the event

 

Many thanks for our sponsor University of San Diego, Ahlers Center for International Business