Friday, 11 May, Festival of Global Mobility Thinking
Venue: St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, London NW1 2AR
09.15 Welcome and introduction
Fiona Murchie, Managing Editor, Relocate Global
09.30 Keynote: transformational leadership
Phyllida Hancock, Olivier Mythodrama
11.30 Round table discussions on keynote themes
Leader: Dr Linda Holbeche, author of The Agile Organisation
What are the external trends your organisation is experiencing that are driving the need for organisational agility?
How well prepared is your organisation to respond to these?
What are the implications, if any, for global mobility?
*11.30 Breakout workshop: Olivier Mythodrama
11.50 Developing & building an agile organisation
Dr Linda Holbeche
Agile ways of working and structures
Why is agility a challenge? (Cultural and structural barriers, challenges of scaling up from IT etc)
How can your organisation strengthen its ability to become agile? How can HR/Global mobility help?
How does international experience and a global mind set support the growth/agility of your organisation.
12.20 Agility case studies and panel discussion
12.40 Agility roundtable discussion
Networking and conversation with experts in display zones
CITIZENS OF THE WORLD
14.00 Quality of Nationalities and Citizenship
Professor Dimitry Kochenov: The latest findings from the Henley & Partners – Kochenov Quality of Nationality Index (QNI) 3rd Edition 2017
14.15 Implications of immigration for business growth & talent mobility
Marianne Curphey: panel interview, followed by roundtable discussion
ENGAGING WITH THE FUTURE
14.30 Industry 4.0: The impact on Global Mobility
Deloitte Global Workforce
15.20 Tea and networking
15.40 Diversity, inclusion and talent
Dr Susan Shortland, Professor Emerita, London Metropolitan University
Michael Grover, Senior Associate, Mercer’s Career Practice
Andrea Piacentini, co-founder of the RES Forum
Fiona Murchie: panel interview, followed by roundtable discussion
16.20 Preparing young people for 2030 & beyond
Ledetta Asfa-Wossen: panel interview, followed by employer/ school discussion on future-proofing students
16.50 Roundtable & future steps
17.00 Close of event
*Morning only L&D participants and schools. For full details click here.
Roundtable discussions are facilitated by our coaching partner, the Academy of Executive Coaching (AoEC).
Breaks & lunch are in the Gallery & Ladies Smoking Room with display areas.
Enjoy conversations with our experts, award winners and country specialists in a relaxed environment.
Gallery Networking sponsored by Derag Livinghotels.
Tickets for the Relocate Awards 2018 gala dinner and presentation ceremony are selling fast, so why not join us the night before the Festival for some pre-Festival networking?
Discounted tickets are available for those attending both the Festival and Awards. Book here!
When: Thursday 10 May, 7pm – 12.30am.
Venue: The Underglobe, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, London SE1 9DT
As well as a chance to toast success, innovation and best practice, the Gala Awards Dinner is a unique opportunity to network, build new relationships, and mingle with thought leaders from across our sector. Plus we’ve embraced the theme of creativity to deliver a sparkling evening of surprises!
SPEAKERS & FACILITATORS
Individual tickets are available at £530 + VAT
If you are an in-house HR Mobility Professional, please claim your complimentary ticket using the Eventbrite button to the right.
If you are a Service Provider to the in-house corporate HR sector, sponsor a table of ten for HR and Mobility delegates (two hosts plus eight guests) for £3,350 + VAT
For more details or to discuss other options, contact Carla Foden on +44 (0) 1892 891334.
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.
Location and travel connections
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.
Rates from £209 per night when you book and pre-pay your stay at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel London.