THE INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT EVENT OF THE YEAR

14 & 15 MAY, LONDON

"Truly innovative and a really inspiring day that aimed to challenge how we look at global mobility."

WHY SHOULD THE FESTIVAL BE IN YOUR DIARY?

EXCITING PROGRAMME
ADDRESSING CHALLENGES
PREMIER LOCATION
"Never seen anyone ever achieve an event at such a high level before – congratulations!"
"The inter-disciplinary nature of the event provided a uniquely connected perspective on the challenges we all face. I left with lots of strategic ideas to consider for our organisation."

2018 HIGHLIGHTS

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WHAT'S ON AT THE FESTIVAL 

Day 1 – 14 May

  • Growth Market – International Schools and why they matter

         Jitin Sethi, Partner LEK

  • Immigration updates Brexit and beyond

  • India unlocking opportunity inbound and outbound

          Holly Creed – DMX Technology
          Simon Johnston – Icon Relocation
          Rohit Kumar, IKAN

  • Peer-to-peer empowerment: a win-win for expats, partners and employer

          Theresa Häfner – InterNations Business Solutions

          Lindsay Lydon – InterNations Business Solutions

  • Families matter – How to choose the right school

          Colin Bell, CEO, COBIS
          Plus leading schools, education consultants from around the world

  • Health & wellbeing to boost productivity and engagement

  • An inclusive workplace is a high-performance workplace

          Diversity and Inclusion panel Chaired by Dr Susan Shortland 

  

  • Relocation hotspots unpacked for success

  • Influencing the business through, digital, AI and data

  • Global short-term accommodation solutions supporting growth

  • How employers can support schools, young people and their career ambitions

          Angela Middleton

  • Attracting and retaining talent in the world of talent shortages

  • Using technology to transform global mobility and organisations

  • Enabling assignees and families to thrive in a new location

  • Families Matter: Partner perspective

          Alessandra Gnudi, FOCUS

          Eva Stock, FOCUS

  • Coaching – empowering employees to flourish in challenging times

          Value of coaching in the global context
          Executive coaching for all 
          Career coaching for relocating partners

          With: Morag Paterson, Belinda Smith, Alexandra Terhalle, Michelle Yeoman

  • The show must go on – my leadership journey

          Andy Lawson, Technical Manager Lyceum Theatre

  • The Power of Pause

          Belinda Smith

  • Developing Purposeful Leaders

          Ben Renshaw

Day 2 – 15 May

  • Get creative

          Peter Moolan-Feroze – Artist in Residence

  • Change, trust and engagement – squaring the circle    

          Dr Linda Holbeche, author in leadership and HR, consultant, researcher
          Group discussions and feedback 
          Facilitated by Dr Linda Holbeche

          Panel discussion – three industry case studies
          Chaired by Linda Holbeche
          Contributors include Ben Renshaw, author of Purpose

  • Insights on industry sectors – unlock value and talent mobility for growth

  • Creativity – Renaissance thinking for the 21st century

           Peter Moolan-Feroze

  • Innovation – how a dynamic theatre group takes the stage

           Paul Williamson, Head of Talent Development

  • Future fit workforce – tech, AI and beyond

  • An inclusive workplace is a high-performance workplace

  • Gala Awards Dinner & Entertainment

 

SPEAKERS

SPEAKERS, FACILITATORS & PANELLISTS

 

TICKETS

 

VENUE

St Pancras Renaissance Hotel

Euston Rd, Kings Cross, London, NW1 2AR, UK

The iconic St Pancras Renaissance Hotel London combines Victorian splendour with contemporary style. It offers an inspiring setting which celebrates both heritage and renaissance. The main conference is held in the dramatic space of Hansom Hall which includes access to an outdoor patio area.

 

Refreshments will be served in The Gallery, a curved room framed by ornate ceiling and chandeliers. The Ladies’ Smoking Room – the historic first venue in which women were permitted to smoke – makes for unforgettable peer-to-peer networking during refreshment breaks throughout the day. It offers a relaxed space to engage with experts in informal display zones. It will also be used for the Olivier Mythodrama breakout workshop after the morning coffee break.

HOW TO GET THERE

Located in the heart of London’s busy King’s Cross, the hotel adjoins the busy railway station with access to the Eurostar terminal.

 

Train routes from the nearby Euston, St Pancras and King’s Cross overground stations (including easy connections to the key London Airports), the Eurostar international high speed rail and 6 underground tube lines mean King’s Cross is one of London’s most accessible neighbourhoods for both UK and international Festival delegates.

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