Rethinking Global Mobility for the New Work era
On the 23rd of November, RES Connect returns to central London - this time in the striking surroundings of the Kia Oval - where we’ll continue tackling the demands of GM in the New Work era.
You will get the chance to network with your peers, get up-to-the minute advice from our technical partners and hear from business and political leaders about the changing demands and the evolving skills required for a role in the New Work era. This last session will include an innovative Round Table session involving young people from the local community - some of the potential recruits and assignees of tomorrow!
We'll finish the day with a tour of this historic cricket ground and informal drinks in a local hostelry!
If you work in an inhouse GM or HR role, come along to London’s Kia Oval, and join the debate.
Don’t hang around, places are strictly limited.
|Agenda||Rethinking GM for the New Work Era|
|Location||The Oval, London|
|Date||Thursday 23rd November, 2023|
|11.30 – 12.00||Coffee Break and RES Connect Registration|
|12.00 – 13.30||Briefings from our Technical Partners - Explore the latest trends in the world of Global Mobility with the RES Forum Technical Partners – introduced by David Schofield, Consultant, RES Forum, including: Tech Disruption in Global Mobility - Damian Porter Partner Manager and Katrin Ruland CEO, Noah Mobility; Shifting Landscapes: how GM policies are evolving to meet today’s challenges in the wake of Covid-19 and Brexit - Helen Mildred, Head of Consultancy ECA International.|
|13.30– 14.30||Buffet Lunch|
|14.30 – 16.00||Business and the Community Round Table - The RES Forum aims to engage with local communities where we operate around the world. In this session – to be introduced by local politicians and business leaders, Florence Eshalomi, Labour MP for Vauxhall and Shadow Minister for Democracy, Councillor Issa Issa, Post 16 Policy Lead for Lambeth Council and Steve Elworthy MBE, CEO of Surrey County Cricket Club – RES Forum members will meet with young people from the local community in the Vauxhall area of London, for coffee and a round table discussion, tackling questions such as: What can businesses and potential recruits expect from each other? – What are the skills needed for the jobs of the future around the world?|
|16.00 – 16.45||Break - For those guests who would like to there is the opportunity to enjoy a tour of this historic ground.|
|16.45 – 17.00||Summary & Close|
|17.00 - Onwards||Informal Drinks at a local hostelry.|