Mercer | Webcasts book for managing performance globally

Webcasts

Rewriting the rule book for managing performance globally

Recorded: 25 November 2015

  • Overview
    • One of the most powerful mega-trends for business today is globalisation – the increased interconnectedness of the world that has profound effects on trade, talent, countries and culture. In this season of webcasts, we will explore the impact that the change from ‘think global, act local’ to ‘think global, act global’ has on HR functions. We will share our research, learnings from leading companies and new thinking on how the drive to global system design and delivery has on reward and talent programmes.

  • Why attend

    • Organisations are becoming less tolerant of performance management processes which do not add value, at the same time these systems need to serve a much more global population. Our clients are looking at changing performance management: continued focus on organisational performance but one that allows each diverse individual to perform at their best; increased global standards and consistent processes but able to respond to the diverse contexts in which it is deployed. Please join us in sharing our research, experience and views into what we believe are coming next for global performance management. 

      The webcasts in this series and their dates: 

      1. Globalisation: The Mega-Trend Changing the HR Function

      Date: Wednesday, 30 September 2015

      Time: 2:00 pm GMT

      Panelist information: Chris Charman, London; Mark Hoble, London

      Duration: 1 Hour

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      2. One Size Fitting All? The Impact of Globalisation on Executive and Workforce Compensation and its Management

      Date: Wednesday, 20 October 2015

      Time: 2:00 pm GMT

      Panelist information: Chris Charman, London; Mark Hoble, London

      Duration: 1 Hour

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      3. Think Globally, Engage Locally: Managing Engagement Across a Diverse Organisation

      Date: Thursday, 27 October 2015

      Time: 2:00 pm GMT

      Panelist information: Finn Keough, Londonk Kimmo Parkki, London

      Duration: 1 Hour

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      4. Building the Global Skills for the Future

      Date: Wednesday, 11 November 2015

      Time: 2:00 pm GMT

      Panelist information: Chris Charman, London; Mark Hoble, London

      Duration: 1 Hour

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      5. From Barriers to Borders: Managing a Diverse Mobile Workforce

      Date: Wednesday, 08 December 2015

      Time: 2:00 pm GMT

      Panelist information: Michael Grover, London

      Duration: 1 Hour

  • Who should attend
    • This session should be of interest to all HR practitioners, but in particular those responsible for talent management, and compensation and benefits.

  • Speakers
    • Jen Saunders, London 
      Anna Tweed, London