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    Global Talent Management Strategies and Trends

    Date: March 20, 2019, 7:30am
    Executive Conference and Training Center Dulles
    22685 Holiday Park Drive, Suite 60
    Sterling, VA 20166

    * The location has been updated for this Event *
    $35.00 Member, $55.00 Non-Member, $25.00 Member in Transition
    Event Type:
    Chapter Meeting - Breakfast
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    Topics of the Presentation:

    1) Develop awareness of cross-cultural and multinational workforce behaviors and legal requirements for working with expatriate or immigrant colleagues in the USA.

    2) Prepare to manage Human Resources for a non-US employer in the USA.

    3) Take the first steps toward readiness to travel outside the USA for business purposes or as an expatriate.

    "Global Talent Management Strategies and Trends" will focus on managing HR in an increasingly global context, whether inside or outside the USA.  Based on the multinational experiences of the presenter, US practices will be compared and contrasted to those required or preferred in other countries. Functional areas encompassed by the presentation include: Diversity and Inclusion, Risk Management, Corporate Social Responsibility, US and International Employment and Labor Laws, plus other dimensions of HR Management. 

    About the Presentor: 

    Elizabeth von Groeller has held global Vice President and Director, Human Resources roles with US, Swedish, British, American, German, and French companies such as Electrolux, American Management Systems, and Deutsche Post.  With trusted European and American partners, she has cofounded two entrepreneurial, global Human Resources and Organization Development consultancies—most recently, Di Nuovo Talent Management Group. 

    Liz’ clients encompass entrepreneurial software start up’s to Fortune 500 companies, including Caterpillar, NCR, Motorola, General Electric, Koch Industries, Cobham, Deutsche Post, AREVA, Arkema, and Abbott Laboratories.  She resolves compelling and complex organizational issues, such as attracting and retaining hard-to-find global talent; developing multinational leaders enterprise wide; integrating and aligning new international and US acquisitions; and significantly improving worldwide employee engagement and performance.

    Liz holds a Master of Business Administration, University of Michigan; Bachelor and Master of Arts degrees in German, Wayne State University; and Society for Human Resource Management and WorldatWork International Human Resource certifications.  Her languages include English, German, Italian, and Swedish.  She is a dual US and Canadian citizen.   

    Liz is a frequent guest lecturer on global business, talent, and international human resource topics.  The International Trade Association of Greater Chicago, outplacement firms Hudson Highland in Stockholm and Lee Hecht Harrison in Connecticut, the Society for Human Resource Management in northern Virginia, and Duke University in North Carolina have hosted her presentations.  She has instructed “Globalization and International Business” and “International Human Resource Management” at Quinnipiac University and Albertus Magnus College.  Her pro bono contributions include partnering with Loyola and DePaul Universities to present “Building Your International Career” and international career/life coaching to millennial students and alumni.

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