SUMMARY TALENT MANAGEMENT DAY 15.03.

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  • Talent Management Day - Managing international talent

    On March 15, more than 70 international guests and students joined our discussion “managing international talent – the challenge of bridging cultures”.

    In the afternoon, more than 20 top HR and TM decision makers from Renault, Mazars, Beiersdorf, Deutsche Bahn, Arriva, Bombardier Transportation, Schneider Electrics, Kathrein, Ableton & Babbel from Germany and the UK followed our invitation and joined our exclusive round table on global talent management.

    In the evening, we then discussed some of the challenges and best practices associated with identifying, recruiting and managing multicultural and diverse talent pools, as well as finding a balance between global standardization and local adaption of talent management practices with our panel, consisting of:

    Kay Forster, Direktor Personal & Recht RENAULT Deutschland, who represented the corporate partner of the recently founded „Renault Chair for Intercultural Management” at the ESCP Europe commented on the event: “The discussion with HR colleagues from multinationals as well as smaller start-ups helped us to get a better and broader view of future challenges concerning Global Talent Management. We at Renault strongly believe that a consistent Global Talent Management system is key for future success in our industry that is facing huge changes. However, the way we execute our global talent management strategy on local level will definitely make the difference.”

    Panel discussion managing international talent

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    The next event where the Talent Management Institute will be represented with a keynote speech and bring in current findings on agility and talent management is the Talent Management Innovation Camp by Kienbaum, April 19 in Cologne. For further information or registrations, please use this link.

    The next event which will be hosted again by the Talent Management Institute is the talentSUMMIT: Next Generation Talent Management, June 4-5 at ESCP Europe in Berlin, a 2-day conference on modern TM topics and trends such as agility, global talent management, new work, big data and AI, including keynotes and impulses by international TM professors, HR practitioners from multinationals, as well as start-ups and interactive workshops with students from ESCP Europe. The save the date will follow soon – in case you are interested, please contact us.

    The Talent Management Institute thanks all participants and panelists for a great evening and discussion. A detailed comment on the event will be published in the Newsletter of the Talent Management Institute. If you are not yet on our Talent Management Institute mailing list, please do not hesitate to contact Lynn Schäfer, Head of the institute: lschaefer@escpeurope.eu.

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