Global HR Trends Summit Lisbon 3

11 October 2022, Lisbon, Portugal

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Global HR Trends Summit Lisbon 3

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11 October 2022, Lisbon, Portugal

About the Event

Hello Lisbon!

The Global HR Trends Summit Lisbon 3 is back on October 11th, 2022! 

In the past 2 years, the field of HR has gone through a tremendous transformation, becoming a crucial wheel in setting up the business strategies for companies worldwide. And this is just the beginning… 

At the Global HR Trends Summit Lisbon, HR executives from leading international companies will share practical insights on how they have moved forward and beyond in the fields of Employee Engagement, Organizational Change, Wellbeing, VUCA Leadership, HR Agility, Talent Development, HR Strategy, and Diversity & Inclusion, despite the pandemic and ongoing crisis.

Join us to find out how HR leaders from BMW, ING GROUP, NOVARTIS, DIM INTERNATIONAL BRANDS, PVH BRANDS, and PEARSON COLLEGE are creating fresh new strategies to help pivot their employees and their organizations.

If you are looking for fresh new ideas, practical step-by-step insights & networking with an amazing group of HR professionals, you are in the right place! ​

Register for Global HR Trends Summit Lisbon 3 now and save 20% on your Super Early Bird Ticket!

Offer Expires June 24th! 

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11min

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Facts & Figures

  • The first ever edition of the Global HR Trends Summit was held in Belgrade, Serbia in May 2012.
  • In the past 12 years, the Global HR Trends Summit has been hosted in 25 different countries including Canada, Azerbaijan, Croatia, Turkey, Georgia, Qatar, Iran, Israel, Switzerland and Bahrain.
  • The Global HR Trends Summit is the only HR Summit that brings global knowledge and experience and enables learning in a highly interactive environment! 
  • So far there have been over 75 HR Trends Summits Around the World! 

Speakers

Anne Morrison Pearson College London’s Governing Body (former BAFTA chair, former BBC Academy Director)

Federico Balzola DIM Brands

Florine van der Ven ING Group

Azad Navaz BMW AG

Francesca Dellacroce PVH Corporation

Susan De Bourcy Novartis

Raul Perez Novartis

Agenda

09.00 

Registration & Morning Coffee

10.00 

Scaling up Talent Development


One of the most important objectives for talent management is to identify and optimize the strengths and potential of the workforce. Traditional assessment and development approaches are expensive and resource-intensive and can only be applied to a small population of leaders. 
In this presentation you will discover how Novartis selectively leverages technology, including Artificial Intelligence, to scale its assessment and development solutions to the entire workforce and improve outcomes and business impact. 
-What is Novartis’s Talent vision, strategy, and value proposition?
-What are the goals, benefits, and cautions of using technology to achieve these objectives?
-How does Novartis incorporate technology into its assessment and development solutions?
-What has been the impact?

Susan E. De Bourcy MS, SHRM-SCP, CPTD, Global Head, Talent Management Strategy and Innovation, Novartis                                                                                                      
Raul Perez, Global Head Talent, Advanced Therapy Platforms, Novartis

11.00

VUCA: Leadership In Times Of Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity


Federico Balzola, Chief HR Officer, DIM Brands International

11.30 

Craftsmanship Agility: How Are YOU Going To Be Ready For The Future?


The pandemic has caused the world to shift, organizations preparing to constantly be ready for the future. But how are we going to make sure you and your employees are remaining relevant for the future?
Personal resilience
Learning agility
Craftsmanship
Future proof skills & competences
Role HR Business Partner

Florine Van Der Ven, Global HR Business Partner Tech, ING GROUP

12.00 

Q&A Panel DIsscusion  

12.30

 Lunch for Speakers and Delegates

13.30

Employee Engagement At Work Post Covid-19


Learning about the impact of Covid-19 has had on your employees during the pandemic
-How people have adapted to remote work?
-How engaged were your employees during the pandemic?
-How to manage those who prefer to work from home or those who long to return to the office (Hybrid Work Model)

Azad Navaz, Head of Qualification, Training & Retail HR, BMW

14.00

From People Vision To Business Impacts 


-How to define a meaningful people vision 
-Creating a clear HR strategy aimed to achieve business goals
-Increase employee engagement across the organization

Francesca Dellacroce, EU Director of HR Strategy and Planning, PVH Corporation

14:30TBA
15:00

Q&A Panel Discussion

15.30 

Networking and Refreshment Break

16.00 

Interactive Workshop: Hiring and Promoting with Diversity in Mind


In this session, we’ll go beyond thinking of a diversity strategy as a box-ticking exercise to explore the real-life benefits to your business if it is implemented in the right way. Many companies complain they can’t find diverse staff. We’ll look at resourcing strategies that can help, but also how to benefit from those staff once they’ve been hired, and how you can empower and promote them within the organization, overcoming the obstacles. Participants will gain insights from short practical exercises, informed by Anne’s in-depth experience in this area as a senior manager in several organizations, including the BBC.
The session will cover: 
-Diversity friendly recruitment - getting rid of the barriers
-Unconscious bias within the organization - being well meaning is not enough!
-How to deal with any push back from existing staff
-Changing the leadership model to dispense with unhelpful stereotypes
-Empowering diverse people to unleash your company’s creativity 


Anne Morrison, Chair, Pearson College London’s Governing Body (former BAFTA chair, former BBC Academy Director) 

17.30 

End of Conference

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