ATLANTA, Ga. and MELBOURNE, Australia – May 09, 2012 –
|WHO:||Sylvia Vorhauser-Smith, senior vice president of Research for PageUp People™, a Multinational Talent Management solutions provider.|
|WHAT:||Sylvia will be leading a session at HRO Today Forum APAC titled “Driving Talent Management in High Growth Markets and Multinational Corporations” and will serve as a panelist during a session titled “Deep Dive: Panel Discussion – Making Change Happen.”|
|WHEN:||HRO Today Forum APAC will be held from Wednesday, May 16 – Thursday, May 17, 2012.
Vorhauser-Smith will deliver the “Driving Talent Management in High Growth Markets and Multinational Corporations” session on Wednesday, May 16 from 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. SST.
“Deep Dive: Panel Discussion – Making Change Happen” will take place on Thursday, May 17 from 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. SST.
|WHERE:||The Shangri-La Hotel Singapore|
|DETAILS:||“Driving Talent Management in High Growth Markets and Multinational Corporations”
As much of the world struggles to deal with economic uncertainty, there are several markets experiencing unprecedented growth. These markets are not only seeing significant increases in their qualified workforces, but they are also attracting multinational companies to establish operations in their regions.
During this session, Sylvia Vorhauser-Smith, senior vice president of Research for PageUp People, will explore the opportunities and difficulties involved with establishing or expanding operations into these emerging markets. Attendees will also learn about the four critical business challenges multinational corporations face that are subject to the multiplier effect due to geographical, political and cultural complexities.
“Deep Dive: Panel Discussion – Making Change Happen”
Change is an integral part of business, but one that is often met with skepticism and mistrust. Moreover, research indicates that change programs fail to deliver substantial benefits in 66 percent of cases. During this discussion, Vorhauser-Smith will join with other leading industry experts to address the reasons why change projects often fail to bring about the desired results.”
In particular, Vorhauser-Smith will contribute to the discussion by addressing the neuroscience involved with leading change. Attendees of this session will also learn about the difference between change and transformation; how to design change processes that succeed; how to attain sustainable and specific desired outcomes; and the impact of culture and leadership on change.”
For more information about HRO Today Forum APAC and to register, please visit: http://www.hrosummits.com/hrosummitapac/index.php>