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Talent Mobility, Recruiting and Productivity in the Era of Change

20 April, 2021 at 10 AM GMT
Webinar will be recorded

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@rogerholmen1975 via Twenty20

Unleash Your PeopleJoin this UNLEASH webinar with Oracle to understand how to reimagine your approach to talent mobility and recruitment to keep pace with ever-changing business dynamics.

We are going through the greatest velocity of change in human history. A velocity driven by developments in technology, expanding globalization, social movements and political changes. Now throw a global pandemic into the mix and it is no surprise that organizations are struggling to keep up with the changing pace of business dynamics.

Since people drive success in most companies today, the first priority for organizations as they realign themselves is to ensure that their workforce is ready for new purposes and company goals. This means making sure you have the talent and skills in-house already or in your pipeline. The pressure for speed and agility on HR and recruitment teams has never been so great. 

So how do you ensure you have the right people in the right roles? And how can you enhance internal and external collaboration so people can reach their full potential? Whether it is rapidly hiring to fill front-line needs, or looking within and leveraging internal talent, HR needs greater talent awareness, access, and acquisition efficiency.  

In this webinar, attendees will learn: 

  • How to find the right talent internally and externally
  • Creative solutions for mobility in the new world of work
  • The role of HR in unlocking employee productivity
  • How to enhance internal and external collaboration
  • The changing expectations and demands of the candidate experience
  • How to broaden the scope of HR to become a key strategic partner

Sign up now to join us!

Moderated by:

Tom Haak, Director, HR Trend Institute

The HR Trend Institute follows, detects and encourages trends. In the people and organization domain and in related areas. Where possible, the institute is also a trend setter. Tom is also the chief curator of The Museum of HR and since the beginning of 2020 he is distinguished visiting professor at Tecnológico de Monterrey, one of the leading business schools in Mexico. Tom is considered to be one of the leading global HR thought leaders.

Featured presenters:

Jérôme de Mallmann, Vice President Performance & Productivity, Group People Department, DP World

Jérôme is responsible for delivering more value with what the organization already has. Particular focus organizational effectiveness, digital transformation, RPA, People performance and productivity as well as smart data and analytics. He has extensive experience in Management Consulting and has held numerous Senior Management roles across Europe, the Middle-East and Africa (EMEA).

Mauro Ghilardi, Director of People & Transformation, A2A Group

People & Transformation Director, responsible for Human Resources and Organization policies of A2A Group, as well as for the Operational Excellence and Change Management activities. Mauro also supervises the Purchasing function for the entire group and the management of the Group Shared Services, which provides services (credit, billing, customer service, etc.) to A2A Group.

Sarah Henry, Vice President, HR Transformation, Oracle

With over 20 years’ experience in HR, Sarah has expertise in business transformation, business case creation, implementation, business and solutions architecture, solution design and development and even a spell in HR operations management. Sarah has been at Oracle for 7 years and before that worked for RBS Group. She has a depth of experience in both HCM Cloud and PeopleSoft and has worked with and implemented many other HR technology solutions. Although at first glance Sarah might look quite techie her real passion is enabling HR departments to drive real business value through the use of technology rather than talking tech!

Check out Oracles interview on ‘Reimagining Recruitment and Talent Mobility for the Future of Skills’

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