Weichert Workforce Mobility will be conducting complimentary, half-day educational summits for HR & corporate mobility professionals in Zurich and Geneva. These programs offer strategies for measuring engagement levels across your mobile workforce and insight to key mobility trends that will impact your program for years to come. Subject matter experts from the corporate and provider perspectives will provide valuable insights and best practices to make it faster, easier and more cost-effective to manage mobile talent.
To ensure an intimate learning environment, attendance at these events will be limited. Dates and locations are as follows:
Tuesday, 10 October, 15:00 – 20:00
Rennweg 7, 8001 Zürich, Switzerland
Wednesday, 11 October, 15:00- 20:00
Rue de Lausanne 14, 1201 Geneva, Switzerland
Measuring Return on Engagement, with Chris Brunone, EVP Talent Development & Colleague Engagement, Weichert Workforce Mobility
Effective methods for measuring mobility Return on Investment have proven as elusive as the holy grail for most program owners. But Return on Engagement offers a more meaningful and attainable measurement—one that better aligns with the strategic initiatives of most senior leaders. Chris will offer insight into ROE, discuss the factors that have greatest impact on engagement among mobile employees and identify specific tools and resources to fortify engagement among the mobile sector. This information will be drawn from our latest whitepaper (attached) which articulates the principles of ROE and outlines a proprietary research project we are embarking on with BlessingWhite to measure engagement within the mobile workforce. This is a must-attend event for anyone managing their company’s mobile workforce or talent strategy.
The Future of Mobility: Overcoming Barriers To Change, with Chris Debner, Strategic Global Mobility Advisory
Chris is an award winning Mobility Professional with 20 years of experience in advising Mobility functions and is based in Zurich. In addition to a detailed examination of key future trends that will impact mobility, this session will discuss what it takes to overcome the barriers for change. Mobility professionals feel more and more pressure to transform for the better, to become more agile and strategic and to earn a seat at the top table. But this is not always easy. Citing real-life stories, Chris will offer examples of mobility professionals who overcame limitations of time and resources to successfully transform their departments and make them “future-proof.”
We hope you’ll participate and join us for apéro riche following the presentations. You can RSVP by 7 September here.