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The Forum for Expatriate Management Florida Chapter is headed by Natascha Clark, VP Business Development for HCR. You can contact Natascha via Natascha@totallyexpat.com .
There is no charge for corporate members and there is a $100 charge per supplier, per person assuming they have a valid Supplier Membership of $550. If you would like to know more about the registration process or have a any questions please enquire with Ben Tibber at email@example.com.
The Previous Events
31st January - The truth about Global Talent Management – a corporate perspective
Join us for this exciting event where you will hear from two corporates and their strategies for global talent development. In addition two industry recognized experts will share their knowledge and strategies for Candidate Selection/Identification and Talent Management/Development for the global workforce.
Talent Management has become a very complex issue. Global reach, mobility, compliance, corporate culture, candidate selection/development, individualism coupled with generational differences are to be considered when selecting and developing the right talent for international assignments.
Academic & technical intelligence has little to do with emotional stability. Technical abilities to match the assignment objectives need to be in place, however with careful and timely planning these abilities could be improved upon and taught.
However, the psychological and emotional maturity to succeed in an international environment is an area where certain personal qualities must be in place. Emotional maturity is a personality trait, the result of emotional development and the display of emotion appropriate to one’s age and background. It usually reflects increased emotional adjustment and emotional stability and the achievement of emotional self-control.
- Ivette Rohrbach – Grant Thornton International – Manager Global People and Culture
- Kylie Hallinan – Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts – Director of HR
- Craig Taylor – TalentKeepers
- Barry Kozloff – SRI Selection Research International
18th July - Latam with focus on Brazil – Best Practice for policy, safety/security, tax and from a corporate standpoint
- Citi Group
- Premier Destination Services
4th April - Inaugural Event
Short Term Assignment, Extended Business Traveler and Commuter – what you need to know !
Best practice for these increasingly popular assignment from an approach perspective (HR), tax (KPMG) and compensation standpoint (Airinc)
KPMG, AirInc and a corporate HR professional Moderated by HCR
More information about the Chapter Lead
HCR is a global Relocation Management Company with its HQ in the UK, a US branch in Florida and a World Connect network of partners in 134 countries. Since 1982 we have been looking after people by providing breakthrough mobility solutions for our clients.
Whether you relocate one employee or hundreds of employees, whether they move domestically or internationally, over the short term or the long term, permanently or are returning home for good – HCR assists with carefully thought out Global Mobility programmes and end-to-end assignment solutions. We are also the ‘Greenest’ RMC, with having achieved carbon neutral status and planting a tree for every corporate relocation.