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Mexico Talent Forum 2018 Preliminary Program
- SpeakerMichelle FerrariCEO of Great Place to Work Mexico
Organizations today require leaders who not only exhibit the traditional characteristics of strength and empathy, but who are also younger, able to adapt to an increasingly digital world, can deal with a diverse staff, who understand the new generation of employees and who are interested in new ways of measuring results.
- ModeratorJaime CardosoMarketing Director at Kronos Latin America
- PanelistPaola CarrancoFounder Director and Consultant at Talent Lab
- PanelistGustavo LinaresDirector General of Human Resources at UN Development Program
- PanelistDiana SalinasDirector of Human Capital at Grupo Posadas
- PanelistJonathan ReyesHead of Recruitment LATAM at Uber
- PanelistMiriam DávilaLearning Manager Latam at WeWork
Job satisfaction depends on more than salary, bonuses and vacation. Today’s employees want to feel they are a part of something important. When employees feel engaged, productivity improves and companies benefit. New working models like knowmads, freelancers and social networkers are disruptive forces that target a work-life balance. Social and digital tools are also helping shape a labor force that is “working for a living instead of living to work.”
- ModeratorMarta RománAcademic Director of Collective Academy
- PanelistJuan Manuel RomeroInnovation and Development Coordinator at UNAM
- PanelistKatia VillafuerteExecutive Coach and Professor at ITESM
- PanelistNorma MuñózAcademic Secretary at UNAQ
- PanelistZinia PadillaDirector of Culture and Change Management at ITESM
- PanelistMariana MongeCOO of Generation Mexico
Leaders in all spheres talk about a triple-axis approach to training talent: Government- Business-Academia. Cooperation between academia and business is taking root in many parts of the country, especially those areas like the Bajio where the country’s manufacturing industry is widening its footprint, but is it enough?
- SpeakerSergio MassePartner and COO of China Campus Network
China has become a key global economy, with a global growth plan based on innovation. The “One Belt, One Road” initiative is one of the Chinese government’s strategies to increase Chinese investment, soft power, education and business presence throughout the world, while also increasing opportunities for the country to receive the best talent from all over the globe. This growth path also has many Chinese companies seeking to relocate to Latin America, with Mexico a central target.
- ModeratorJaime MorfínPartner at CD Consultores
- PanelistAlberto MondelliDirector of Global Services and Solutions for Latin America at Willis Towers Watson
- PanelistRoberto MiramontesDirector of Operations at Easy Mexico
- PanelistGuido Van Der ZwetGeneral Manager America of IPS Powerful People
- PanelistGabriel AparicioCountry Manager of Kelly Services Mexico
Disruptive business models are emerging to meet ordinary needs with technology. That is the achievement of companies such as Uber and Airbnb. These companies are helping employ and formalize part of the population. However, new challenges and questions appear about the employer/employee relationship as regulators eye the sharing or so-called “gig” economy. What key HR developments are expected to impact companies using this economic model?
- ModeratorPatricio BicharaCo-Founder and CEO of Collective Academy
- PanelistJoao NunesExecutive Director of Michael Page
- PanelistJan FrowijnDirector of Business Collaboration at Rosen Mexico and Central America
- PanelistJavier GarcíaCo-founder and Director General of IOS Offices
The 2017 PwC global CEO survey suggests CEOs know they have to adapt to the megatrends that are hitting the workforce, including technological advances, demographic shifts and rapid urbanization. As Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things advance, the jobs that people do are changing, as are the skills that organizations need. To be successful, companies must look to the future now by incubating ideas and implementing new innovations that can prepare their workforce for the jobs of tomorrow.
- SpeakerOscar HaradaSenior Relationship Manager for LinkedIn Latin America
Recruiting is no longer about leafing through resumes and making phone calls. Across the world many professions, including those related to HR, have been impacted by artificial intelligence and process automatization. Besides, thanks to Big Data companies can map their team’s strengths and weaknesses and those of their competitors. New recruiting tools are shaping how HR departments function, moving the area from an operational to a more strategic department.
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