Global HR Trends Summit Belgrade 4

September 21, 2015, in Belgrade, Serbia

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Global HR Trends Summit Belgrade 4

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September 21, 2015, in Belgrade, Serbia

About the Event

Welcome to the fourth edition of the Global HR Trends Summit, taking place on the 21st of September In Belgrade! After the phenomenal success in 10 different countries,with more than 2500 delegates from 40 different countries, we are so proud to have the event back to Belgrade where we had the first edition in 2011!

To mark the occasion HR gurus from Diageo, Ericsson,  Zurich Insurance, Great Place To Work, CERN, Bristol-Myers Squibb will come together to speak and share their experiences on the latest trends in Human Resources!


Albert Hakkers Diageo

Lucy Lockwood CERN

Ron Thomas Human Capital Institute

Yolaine von Barczy Shiseido EMEA

Beat Lauper Zurich Insurance Company

Satya SR Pasi Carlson Wagonlit Travel

Gabriele Metz Ericsson


Global HR Trends Summit 4
21 September 2015
Belgrade, Serbia


Registration & Morning Coffee


The Story Of Learning And Why It Fails The Higher People Are In The Organization
Beat Lauper, Group Head of Learning & Development, Zurich Insurance Company


Work Related Stress - What Is Measured Can Be Managed
Satya SR Pasi, Global Director, Talent Management & Learning EMEA, Carlson Wagonlit Travel


Networking & Refreshment Break


Change Management: How Can HR Grow The Business
Albert Hakkers, HR Director Europe, Diageo


A Paper-Free HR: A Success Story in Digitising all HR Records and Processes
Lucy Lockwood, Systems Analyst & Monitoring & Informatics section leader, CERN


Lunch For Partners & Delegates


Talent: Now You Have It, What Do You Do With It?
Ron Thomas, CEO, Great Place to Work Gulf


Pushing Out The Boundaries Of HR
Yolaine von Barczy, Former Vice President Human Resources France, Bristol-Myers Squibb


Diversity and Inclusion: Getting the right mix and make it work
Gabriele Metz, Head of Talent Management RMEA, Ericsson


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