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International Interest Group - HR Strategies to Appeal to a Global Multi-Generational Workforce

*FREE to HRMAC Members* Insights on addressing Global HR Strategies that appeal to a multi-generational workforce with a focus on themes and approaches in various regions and countries.

 Export to Your Calendar 4/27/2017
When: Thursday, April 27, 2017
8:00-8:30 am registration & networking; 8:30-10:00 am program
Where: Map this event »
Exelon
10 South Dearborn Street
48th floor, East side, Chase Tower
Chicago, Illinois  60603
United States
Contact: Lyndy Nierman
312.981.6783


Online registration is available until: 4/27/2017
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HR Strategies to Appeal to a Global Multi-Generational Workforce 

We will address Global HR Strategies that appeal to a multi-generational workforce with focus on themes and approaches in various regions and countries in the areas of:

           -Total Rewards
           -Career Development
           -Work / Life Balance
           -Training Programs

Attendees will also gain an appreciation of:

-What the various generations in the work force value in terms of benefits, compensation, work/life features.

-How cross generational differences play a role in the design and delivery of benefits, compensation, work/life balance and employee engagement approaches.

-What is being done in various regions and countries to address these differences.

Moderator

Becky Thomas, Founder, Be Greater Consulting 
 
Becky A. Thomas, PCC, CPCC, is a Next Generation Coach focusing on helping Millennials and GenX'ers thrive in today's cross-generational work environment.  She has a corporate background in branding, marketing and strategy, an MBA from DePaul University, and more than 15 years of branding experience with fortune 500 companies and non-profits such as Jimmy Dean, Sara Lee, GUM brand and the Chicago Tribune as well as the National Restaurant Association.  She served as the director of an international MBA and Leadership program in Rome, Italy for nearly 4 years where she also served as adjunct professor for their leadership program. Having navigated the politics and the complexities of managing up, down, and cross functionally, she brings her marketing background, corporate knowledge and international experience to provide insights and a unique relevant perspective to her coaching.


Panelists:

Kathi Moore, Sr. Director, Motorola Solutions

Kathi Moore joined the Motorola Solutions Human Resources team as Senior Rewards Consultant in 2007 and leads the Company's Talent CoE, since January of 2017. She also serves as the senior HR business partner to the Company's Chief Financial Officer, Chief Strategy & Innovation Officer, and Chief Administrative Officer. In this capacity, she spearheaded the development of Motorola Solutions’ new Talent Philosophy, and partners with both business leaders and HRBPs to ensure that all talent development programs and investments throughout the employment life-cycle are anchored in the company's Talent Philosophy. Aside from serving as a member of the company's HR leadership team and key advisor to the CHRO, Kathi oversees the in-country HR teams that support the company’s R&D centers in Israel, Poland and Malaysia. She led the company's broad-based Global Compensation practice, as well as the Global Mobility program, from 2011 to 2015. Prior to joining Motorola Solutions, she worked as Compensation Consultant at McDonald's Corporation and as Compensation Analyst at Tellabs and Ameritech.

Kathi received her B.A. in Business Management from Benedictine University in Lisle, IL.  She is a Certified Compensation Professional since 2004.  In August 2016, she was elected to the Board of DuPage Pads, a non-profit organization whose mission is to end homelessness in DuPage County by coupling housing with support services and employment.

Michelle Kristula-Green, Global Head of People and Culture

Previously at Leo Burnett, Michelle was a member of the global leadership team, she was charged with shaping global strategies for attracting, developing and rewarding the most important ingredient in the company’s business: People. Under her leadership a number of new initiatives were implemented, including both new and evolved senior management global training programs, a global relocation and repatriation policy, Succession Planning, Talent Link/Linkedin/ Twitter global recruiting platforms, P-Talent HRIS global expansion, and the Talent Equation, and a global proprietary study that identified the factors that drive job satisfaction and retention in creative companies. Prior to her role as global head of HR, she was based in Hong Kong as President of Leo Burnett’s Asia Pacific region, making her the first woman to run an agency region in Asia. Michelle spent 14 years in Tokyo, Japan and has developed a proficiency in Chinese, Japanese, and Spanish.

Latoria “Tori” Farmer, PHR, Executive Director, HR, inclusion & Diversity, KPMG LLP 

Tori is responsible for leveraging diversity to enhance the firm’s strategic business results. She is a leader with over 18 years of human resource and business experience, and has helped to develop and implement a suite of talent development programs, and inclusion and diversity initiatives. Tori executes enterprise-wide strategic imperatives driven by KPMG’s Diversity Advisory Board which advises the Management Committee and Board of Directors on the firm’s diversity priorities, and opportunities to integrate inclusion and diversity into the overall business strategy. Her work supports the continual progress toward recruiting, retention and advancement of a diverse team of professionals. Tori’s passion is to cultivate and sustain a diverse and inclusive workplace to optimize talent, drive innovation and support business outcomes.

Ronaldo Borger, Chief Human Resource Officer

Ronaldo is a senior human resources and talent management leader with extensive international experience. He was most recently the Chief Human Resources Officer at Seyfarth Shaw, an international and innovative law firm, where he rebuilt and transformed the HR organization and advanced a business strategy of growth and diversification. Prior to Seyfarth Shaw he was at A.T. Kearney, a top management consulting firm, as Global Director of Talent Management and HR Director for the Americas, and played a significant role in the HR transformation after the company went private during a partnership buy-back. Ronaldo is originally from Sao Paulo, Brazil, and brings a unique global perspective to the role of HR and talent in organizations.

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Questions? Please contact HRMAC at 312-981-6790 or Lyndy Nierman at lnierman@hrmac.org.

  

This Interest Group is sponsored by:

 

      

This program is pending approval for 1.5 credit hours towards PHR/SPHR/GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) as well as 1.5 professional development credits (PDC's) toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP certification.   

 

 






 

  

This program is pending for 1.5 credit hours towards PHR/SPHR/SPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) as well as 1.5 professional development credits (PDC's) toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP certification.   


  

This program is pending for 1.5 credit hours towards PHR/SPHR/SPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) as well as 1.5 professional development credits (PDC's) toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP certification.   


  

This program is pending for 1.5 credit hours towards PHR/SPHR/SPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) as well as 1.5 professional development credits (PDC's) toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP certification.   


  

This program is pending for 1.5 credit hours towards PHR/SPHR/SPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) as well as 1.5 professional development credits (PDC's) toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP certification.   


  

This program is pending for 1.5 credit hours towards PHR/SPHR/SPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) as well as 1.5 professional development credits (PDC's) toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP certification.   


  

 

This program is pending for 1.5 credit hours ertification through the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) as well as 1.5 professional development credits (PDC'cs) toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP certification.   c