DGFP // Kompetenzforum Global Talent Management
In a globalized, complex and highly competitive marketplace, international companies need to adapt continuously to a rapidly changing environment. As the world of work evolves, the ability of organisations to manage their talent globally is a key driver of business success. Diverse preferences and expectations require careful management of international talents. To maintain a competitive edge, it is important to know, at an international level, what skills you need and where.
The challenge for HR is to anticipate business needs and to ensure that appropriate structures, products and processes are created for attracting, managing and retaining talents worldwide. The success of global talent strategies highly depends on the ability to align philosophy, strategy and operations and to effectively leverage people globally from different cultural backgrounds.
The DGFP // Kompetenzforum on Global Talent Management will provide inspirations and practical experiences in implementing an effective global management system across all regions and what is needed to steer the necessary change management process. Join our discussions and benefit from international perspectives!
// Shifting towards a more global perspective: Designing a talent management system in line with the international business culture
// Developing truly global talents…when time and resources are short
// Pulling the strings together – global coordination of international talent management
Bring your foreign counterpart along – only pay 249 Euros more!
Jörg Schäfer, Director DGFP Academy, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Personalführung e .V.
When in Rome, do as the Romans? Balancing global and local challenges to Global Talent Management
· What are “Global Talents” and what does Global Talent Management entail?
· What are the specific challenges and opportunities of Global Talent Management?
· How to balance effectively global standardization efforts with local specificities?
Prof. Dr. Marion Festing; Academic Director; ESCP Europe Talent Management Institute
10:00 Good practice
How to win the race? New approaches in global talent management
· Employer branding: successful talent management within the transforming automotive industry
· “Find – Keep – Grow”: How to effectively approach, source, retain and develop global top talents today
· How to design an attractive trainee experience
Dr. Anna-Maria Karl, Head of Global Talent Sourcing, Daimler AG
10:40 Networking Coffee & Speed Dating11:25 Good practice
· Success factors for an effective Leadership Development Program
· How to connect the leadership program with business
· How to roll out the Program in a post merger situation – step by step: The Dentsply Sirona University pilot experience
Katleen Van Houdenhove; Senior Manager Leadership & Organizational Development – Europe and CIS; Dentsply Sirona
12:05 Good practiceInternational Talent Management at ING-DiBa
Nienke Lodewijk, Senior Expert Lead Talent Management, ING Netherlands
12:45 Networking-Lunch14.00 Keynote
Talent analytics: tapping into evidence to understand human capital
· Myth busting – what is and isn’t “evidence based” in talent management analytics?
· How can HR practitioners build evidence into their global talent management programmes?
Edward Houghton, Research Adviser: Human Capital and Metrics, CIPD, UK
Breakout session – part 1
1. Talent analytics scenarios: applying a research mind set to understanding international talent management
· A framework for framing analytics problems
· A set of scenarios that can help talent management professionals tackle analytics problems
· Top tips for working with a research mind set
Edward Houghton, CIPD, UK
2. Pulling the strings together – effective talent management coordination
· Steering the international talent management system: Who is doing what?
· How to roll out a global talent management system: Step by Step
Katleen Van Houdenhove; Dentsply Sirona
3. Innovation in Talent Management: Bridging cultures through Art and Inspiration
· Glimpse on “Cultural Education” in international Talent Management
· Understanding the Arts as a global language
· Impact of changing perspectives on leadership behavior
Dr. Anna-Maria Karl, Daimler AG
4. IT-based international Talent Management with Big Data
· Making skills visible and plannable: a best-practice approach using big data technologies
· How to bridge the gap by managing the employee life-cycle and creating an agile and efficient workforce
· A look into the future: Aligning the talent strategies to the future business requirements, even in uncertain and volatile environment
Christian Vetter, Managing Director, HRForecast
15:30 - 16:00
Moving to another group
Key takeaways for balancing strategic orientation and operational pressure
17:15 Close of DGFP // Kompetenzforum