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250,000 HR professionals all over Europe

The European Association for People Management (EAPM) forms the umbrella body of national HR organisations in over 30 countries. This year marks the third occasion since its creation in 1962 that its annual Congress is organised in Paris by the French association ANDRH, one of the founding members. Let’s meet this October, 27th!

The 28th Congress takes place at a critical turning point in EU history with Brexit, a new Franco-German cooperation, the Rome Declaration reaffirming a social Europe, the challenges of energy transition and digitalization, the launch of the European pillar of social rights, the revision of the directive on posted workers, etc. Europe, as a political landscape, definitely poses far-reaching on the field of human resources.


New HR fields, new spaces, new boundaries… towards new European HR landscapes

#socialeurope. The 28th EAPM Congress deals with the most recent EU and European matters that are relevant to HR executives such as mobility, diversity and inclusion, well-being at work, talent management, digitalization, industrial relations, etc.

Plenary sessions, workshops, dissemination of reports and networking

One day, one place. Experience a distinctive HR event in Paris gathering active HR practitioners and keynote speakers including HR managers, officials from French and EU organizations, researchers and representatives of various national associations.

Have a great day!

 

Agenda October, 27th 2017

From 8.30 am to 5.30 pm & cocktail.
Networking and Lunch from 1.00 pm to 2.30 pm.

Please anticipate a transit time at security gate
Opening at 8.00. Conference starts at 8.30 am.

 

Welcome to the 28th EAPM Congress

Keynotes

Speakers

Bénédicte RAVACHE, General secretary – ANDRH. Moderator

Jean-Paul CHARLEZ, President – ANDRH

Carole COUVERT, Vice-president – ESEC

President and former president – EAPM

Keynotes – opening and closing sessions to provoke and inspire

ACE talks – mini keynotes from high-profile authors and thought leaders

Panel discussions – expert panels discussing the latest insights

Workshops – practical and interactive learning to apply in your own organization

Quizz – Ice-breaking activities

New dynamic for a new economic & social Europe

Panel discussions

Seizing the upcoming changes in the European social model: towards a renewed integration of national policies? Is the link between economic and social issues still a challenge? What to keep in mind from new regulations especially about the revision pof the Posted Workers Directive ? Why the sustainable company could be a major player of the European refoundation ?

Special GuestPierre MOSCOVICI, Commissionner, Economic and
Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs

Speakers

Moderator: Anne MACEY, CEO – Confrontations Europe

Speakers

 Luca VISENTINI, General Secretary – ETUC

– Representative of the Minister of Labor

Job quality and working life in Europe

Dissemination of report

Presentation of the results of the 6th European Working Survey of Eurofound.

Speaker

Speaker

 Agnès PARENT-THIRION, Senior Researcher Manager – Eurofound

International Mobility: the way to succeed

Workshop 1.

Which tools for the management of international mobility ?  VIE or Erasmus + ? posting or expatriation ? What is the added value of these devices ?

Speakers

Moderator: Delphine RUDELLI, International Dpt Director – UIMM

Speakers

Jean ARTHUIS, Member of the European Parliament (MEP) 

Jean-Sébastien BLANC, Group Executive VP, Human Resources – Plastic Omnium

Éléonore HURAULT DE LIGNY, project manager – Business France

Diversity & Inclusion

Workshop 2.

Towards an inclusive company: best practices and points of caution for HR managers. What impacts does the European Platform of Diversity Charters have on diversity and inclusion policies within companies?

Speakers

Moderator: Dr. Maria Giuseppina BRUNA, Director – Chair IPAG « Towards an inclusive Company »

Speakers

Laurence BRETON-KUENY, HR Director – AFNOR, Vice-president – ANDRH

 Manon POIRIER, General manager of the « Ordre des conseillers en ressources humaines agréés » CHRD – Canada 

Benoît SERRE, Deputy general Director HR manager – Groupe MACIF. Delegate VP – ANDRH

Video testimonials:

Mickaël JACQUEMIN, HR Director and member of the Executive Committee, CBRE France Group

Laure HAJJAR, European Observatory of Diversity Charters (Secrétariat Général de la Charte de la Diversité / European Commission)

 

 

Digitalization

Workshop 3.

How digital changes jobs in manufacturing and tertiary sector ?How enterprises and HR managers take a step towards Industry 4.0? Experiences from Germany, Italy…

Speakers

Moderator: Vincent CHAMPAIN, general manager for a European industrial technology company

Speakers

 Unai SAEZ PRIETO, HR Director – IVECO / FIAT Chrysler

 Noëlle LENOIR, magistrate, former Minister for European Affairs

John C. MESSENGER, Team Leader of the Working Conditions Group – ILO

European Social Dialogue

Panel discussions.

Examining industrial relations in light of energy and digital changes. Institutions and people involved in social dialogue: what is special at a European level? Involvement of social partners in economic governance.

Speakers

Moderator: Marie Noëlle LOPEZ, Founder– Planet Labor

Speakers

 Radu MAVRODIN, Senior HR manager – Mecaplast

Dr Wolfgang MÜLLER, Managing Director European Affairs – German Federal Employment Agency

François NOGUÉ, Senior Executive VP of Human Resources, Communication and Real Estate – Areva

Konstantinos PAPADAKIS, Senior specialist Social Dialogue & Tripartism Unit – ILO

Luc TRIANGLE, General Secretary – IndustriAll

Brexit

ACE talks.

Brexit – what does it mean for HR? What kind of changes to the labor market, employment law and immigration policy are expected?

Speaker

 Speaker

 Peter CHEESE, CEO – CIPD

 

Vocational education and Training (VET) & Talent Management

ACE Talks.

Promoting all forms of vocational training which allow everyone to reveal his talents. Making sure VET is seen as an equal first choice to other routes in preparing for great careers. Testimonies on talent and multicultural management practices.

Speakers

Speakers:

Tyra MALZY, Chief Learning Officer – Mazars

 Alexandre PACHULSKI, Chief Product Officer & Co-Founder– Talentsoft

Video Keynote:

Gérard MESTRALLET, Chairman on the Board of Directors of ENGIE and President of FACE, European Vocational Skills ambassador

 

What’s a European manager?

Panel discussions.

What is the point of view of recruiters facing a lack of European HR managers? How should firms train HR managers within a European framework?

Speakers

Moderator: Hervé BORENSZTEJN, Managing Partner Europe & Africa – Heidrick & Struggles

Speakers

 Ben DAVIES, HPresident and Co-Global Head – ChapmanCG

 Steve KRUPP, Partner – Heidrick & Struggles’ Leadership Consulting group

Malcolm SCLANDERS, HR expert – Heidrick Consulting

Closing speech

Keynotes.

 

Speakers

Laurence BRETON-KUENY, vice president – ANDRH and Izy BEHAR, past president – EAPM & board member – ANDRH

Who attends our event ?

Officials from French and EU organizations, HR managers who deal with European matters, EAPM delegates from different countries, specialized experts in EU issues, researchers, stakeholders of European mobility schemes, etc. all attend the conference as speakers and / or members of the scientific board which has been especially set up to prepare for the Congress.

Pierre Moscovici

Pierre Moscovici is currently the Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs.

Pierre Moscovici European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs.

Pierre Moscovici

European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs.

Pierre Moscovici

Pierre Moscovici is currently the Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs. Before his designation, he served in the European Parliament and in the French National Assembly, mainly working on economic issues. He has been Minister for European Affairs (1997-2002) and Minister for the Economy and Finance (2012-2014) in France. As Commissioner, he is in charge of the application of the Stability and Growth Pact, as well as ensuring the economic soundness of Commission proposals and deepening the Economic and Monetary Union to create the conditions for jobs, growth and investment, and encouraging further structural reforms. On taxation matters, Commissioner Moscovici is responsible for developing a value added tax system at EU level, improving the functioning of the internal market in both direct and indirect taxation and fighting tax fraud and tax evasion. His responsibilities also include the development and management of an efficient EU customs union.

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Peter Cheese

Chief executive of the CIPD, the professional body for more than 140,000 HR and people development professionals around the world.

Peter Cheese Chief executive - CIPD

Peter Cheese

Chief executive - CIPD

Peter Cheese

Peter is the chief executive of the CIPD, the professional body for more than 140,000 HR and people development professionals around the world. He writes and speaks widely on the development of HR, the future of work, and the key issues of leadership, culture and organisation, people and skills.
Peter is a visiting Professor at the University of Lancaster, a member of the Board of BPP University, and sits on the Advisory Board for the Open University Business School. He holds an honorary doctorate from Kingston University, and is a Fellow of the CIPD, AHRI (the Australian HR Institute) and the Academy of Social Sciences. He’s also a Companion of the Institute of Leadership and Management, the Chartered Management Institute, and the British Academy of Management.
Prior to joining the CIPD in July 2012, he was Chairman of the Institute of Leadership and Management and a member of the Council of City&Guilds. Up until 2009 he had a long career at Accenture holding various leadership positions and culminating in a seven year spell as Global Managing Director, leading the firm’s human capital and organization consulting practice.

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Agnès Parent-Thirion

Agnès Parent-Thirion is Senior Research Manager in the Working Life Unit, tasked with the planning, development and implementation of working conditions research projects at Eurofound, in particular the European Working Conditions Survey (EWCS)

Agnès Parent-Thirion Senior Research Manager - Eurofound

Agnès Parent-Thirion

Senior Research Manager - Eurofound

Agnès Parent-Thirion

Agnès Parent-Thirion is Senior Research Manager in the Working Life Unit, tasked with the planning, development and implementation of working conditions research projects at Eurofound, in particular the European Working Conditions Survey (EWCS) and its analyses. Her research interests include working conditions, job quality, the monitoring of working conditions, work organisation, gender, the future of work and time. She has been working in the area of European comparative surveys for more than a decade, in all aspects including design, questionnaire development, fieldwork, quality control and analysis. Ms Parent-Thirion is a graduate in economics and management of Paris IX Dauphine and Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne. Before joining Eurofound, Ms Parent-Thirion worked for a number of years at the European Commission.

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François Nogué

François Nogué is Senior Executive Vice President of Human Resources, Communication and Real Estate since March 1st, 2015.

François Nogué Senior Executive, VP of Human Resources, Communication and Real Estate - Areva

François Nogué

Senior Executive, VP of Human Resources, Communication and Real Estate - Areva

François Nogué

François Nogué is Senior Executive Vice President of Human Resources, Communication and Real Estate since March 1st, 2015.He began the first part of his career at Framatome, where he was Vice President of Human Resources. He then joined SNCF as the Deputy Director of Human Resource Management before holding operational positions as the Regional Director for Eastern, then Northern Paris, and lastly he hold the position of Senior Vice President of Cohesion & Human Resources and a member of the SNCF’s Executive Committee.He is currently Chairman of the Board of “Pôle Emploi” (French national Agency for Employment).

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Jean-Paul Charlez

He has been HR Group Director of the Etam Group since 2006.

Jean-Paul Charlez HR Group Director - Etam Group. President ANDRH

Jean-Paul Charlez

HR Group Director - Etam Group. President ANDRH

Jean-Paul Charlez

Born in 1950 in Normandy, France, Jean-Paul Charlez is a graduate from the Paris Sciences Po and Law School.He started his carreer in the bank industry first as Inspector and then as HR Director for the Retail network of the Société Générale Bank.Then he joined the GMF Bank as CEO.He finally embraced a global HR carreer as HR Group Director at Nouvelles Frontières and within the Etam Group since 2006.He is also President of the France Clothing Retail labour commissionDuring leisure time, Jean-Paul is practicing golf.

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Benoît Serre

Benoît Serre is Deputy General Manager in charge of Human Resources Group at Macif

Benoît Serre VP HR Group, Executive Board Member - Macif Group. VP ANDRH

Benoît Serre

VP HR Group, Executive Board Member - Macif Group. VP ANDRH

Benoît Serre

Benoît Serre is Deputy General Manager in charge of Human Resources Group at Macif. He has been HR director since 2012.He started his career path as Director of the House of Local Authorities (Ernst & Young Group), training subsidiaries and consultants in the public sector, and then Director of the Institute for Social Management (IGS) Group in charge of consultancy and continuing education before he joined Leroy Merlin (Adeo Group) in 2003, where he stayed for five years. He was first Director of the Corporate University and then appointed Director of Human Resources of Leroy Merlin Russia.He got an 6 year experience abroad.He left the leader of DIY and home improvement in France and joined the Macif in 2012, as deputy director of Human Resources Group before taking up the role of HR DGA in 2013.

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Jean-Sébastien Blanc

Jean-Sébastien Blanc joined Plastic Omnium in 2012 and has been appointed Group Executive Vice President, Human Resources in 2015.

Jean-Sébastien Blanc Group Executive Vice President, Human Resources - Plastic Omnium

Jean-Sébastien Blanc

Group Executive Vice President, Human Resources - Plastic Omnium

Jean-Sébastien Blanc

Graduated in Labour law and Business Management, Jean-Sébastien BLANC has a 27 year experience in industry, at PSA and Danone as HR Manager. Then, he held the position of Senior Vice President Human Resources at Alstom Transport.
He joined Plastic Omnium in 2012 and has been appointed Group Executive Vice President, Human Resources in 2015.
He is member of the Executive Committee of Compagnie Plastic Ominum.

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Carole Grandjean

Carole Grandjean French Member of Parliament

Carole Grandjean

French Member of Parliament

Carole Grandjean

Carole GRANDJEAN, Human Ressources manager, was always involved in the area of work, with a strong interest on issues of management of men and women in a corporate strategy.
Graduated with a master’s degree in Human Ressources in the North of France, she made her career into HR profession ; recruitment, career manager, …
In September 2016, Carole GRANDJEAN became En Marche! referee for the Meurthe-et-Moselle department. She joined the presidential campaign to organize local the mouvement in Nancy. She endorsed the electoral program of Emmanuel MACRON, candidate for the presidency.
On May 10th, she officially became candidate for the legislative election for the movement La République En Marche.
On June the 18th, she was elected.
Member of the Commission of the Social Affairs and the Commission of European Affairs in the French Parlement, she is interested by the subjects of employment, professional integration and inclusion.
In her current fields of expertise she endorsed the European directive of workers posted in France and in Europe and she is actually a member of the group related to professional training in order to prepare the 2018’s reform.
Since August 2017, she is also a member of the temporary commission regarding the Trial and Errors and the Administrative Simplification.

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Lucas Van Wees

Lucas Van Wees is Vice-president of EAPM

Lucas Van Wees HRM director - University of Amsterdam. VP - EAPM

Lucas Van Wees

HRM director - University of Amsterdam. VP - EAPM

Lucas Van Wees

Drs L.L.G.M. (Lucas) van Wees MBA MBT holds an B.Sc in Tourism & Leisure (Breda) and Masters in Social Sciences (Tilburg), Telecommunications (Delft) and Business (IMD, Lausanne..He worked for Philips, Shell, KPN in HR, management and commercial jobs. Since 2001 he was Vice President HR Commercial and Global for KLM which merged mid 2004 with Air France. In 2016 he became the Director HRM for the University of Amsterdam, the largest University in the Netherlands and highest listed Dutch University in the top 200 Universities of the world.Van Wees was co-author or editor for four books and published various (international) articles a.o. for Personnel Journal, the International Journal of Career Management and the Journal of Management Development.His contribution to a European book, describing HR practices in 13 European countries, was published by Routledge, Taylor & Francis (ISBN 978-0-415-44761-4).Amongst others, he is on the Board of the Dutch Association of Personnel Management (NVP) and Vice President and Member of the Board of the European Association for People Management (EAPM) which is the ’umbrella’ for over 30 national HR associations representing ca. 250.000 HR professionals in Europe.

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Luc Triangle

Luc Triangle is the Secretary General of industriAll European Trade Union

Luc Triangle General Secretary - IndustriAll

Luc Triangle

General Secretary - IndustriAll

Luc Triangle

Luc Triangle is the Secretary General of industriAll European Trade Union. He was elected at the industriAll Europe 2nd Congress held in Madrid in June 2016. industriAll Europe has 7 Million members and 200 affiliated national industrial trade unions. Luc was born in 1961 in Belgium and graduated from Bachelors degrees in social studies and taxation. He has over three decades of trade union sectoral experience at regional, national and European level.In 2011, he was elected Secretary General of the European Federation for Textile, Clothing and Leather. Following the merger of the three European federations representing the metal, chemical, energy, mining, textile, clothing and footwear sectors in 2012 at industriAll Europe’s 1st Congress in Duisburg, Luc was elected Deputy Secretary General.His origins are in the Belgian trade union movement (ACV-CSC Metea), where he was in charge of international and European activities for more than 15 years.

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Anne Macey

Anne Macey has been Chief Executive of Confrontations Europe since June 2014.

Anne Macey CEO - Confrontations Europe

Anne Macey

CEO - Confrontations Europe

Anne Macey

Anne Macey has been Chief Executive of Confrontations Europe since June 2014. As such, she leads its team of staff and senior advisers and manages its working programme. She is in joint charge of its publications (Confrontations Europe, La Revue and the French-English newsletter Interface). She also contributes to analyses, focusing in particular on social and competitiveness issues and on challenges linked to mobility.Before joining Confrontations Europe in 2011 as senior economist, Anne accumulated more than ten years’ experience at the interface between the private sector and the European and/or international public policy sector: she was involved in projects relating to microfinance, SME funding and private sector development in several Arabic and African countries (for ShoreBank International/Enclude) and in Washington DC (for the World Bank). She was also in charge of European Institutional Relations at Crédit Mutuel and was project manager for a deputy mayor of Paris.A former student at HEC School of Management, Sciences Po (Institute of Political Science) Paris and the School of Advanced International Studies at John Hopkins University, she speaks English and Spanish fluently and studied German for twelve years and Arabic for four years.

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Bob Morton

Bob Morton is a senior international HR professional

Bob Morton President - EAPM

Bob Morton

President - EAPM

Bob Morton

Bob is a senior international HR professional with extensive experience in Human Resources Management and Organizational Development. Bob has lived in the UK, USA, and Switzerland and worked on HR and organizational change projects in most parts of the world.
His professional and non-executive roles include:
· President European Association of People Management (EAPM)
· Chair of CIPD Enterprises Board and CIPD’s International Representatvie
· Treasurer and Board member of the International Federation of Training and Development (IFTDO)
· CEO of ODHRM Consultants Ltd
Bob also edited and co - authored a book on International HRM, ‘The Global HR Manager’ with Professor Pat Joynt. He is a visiting speaker on UK and International MBA programs and has also been a keynote speaker at national and international conferences. These include CIPD’s Annual Conferences on HR and Learning and Development and SHRM’s national and global conferences. He has also delivered keynote addresses to the UN Global HR conference in Geneva, EAPM and WFPMA Congresses and at the recent IFTDO World Congresses in Kuwait, India, Bahrain, Dubai and Kuala Lumpur.

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Eléonore HURAULT DE LIGNY

Eleonore Hurault de Ligny is Partnership Project Manager for the French International Internship Program (V.I.E) at Business France, promoting the French International Internship Program (V.I.E), to the french companies

Eléonore HURAULT DE LIGNY Partnership Project Manager (V.I.E) - Business France

Eléonore HURAULT DE LIGNY

Partnership Project Manager (V.I.E) - Business France

Eléonore HURAULT DE LIGNY

Eleonore Hurault has a Political and Social Science Master’s degree, and a Professional Management Sciences and Political Science Master’s degree (Panthéon-Assas and Versailles, St Quentin-en-Yvelines universities).After a few experiences in the information and communication field (Journal Le Point, Euro RSCG – Havas communication agency), she integrated a big private company, Schneider Electric, where she worked as the Marketing and Communication Manager for the IT Business for 5 years. At first, she managed marketing activities for the French Speaking Africa region (28 countries), based in the headquarters in France (Rueil-Malmaison). She then spent 3 years in South Africa, looking after the Southern African region.She is currently working at Business France, promoting the French International Internship Program (V.I.E), to the french companies (from the start-up to the big company), professional federations, HR clubs.

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Max Becker

Max Becker has been a senior HR Executive in CGZ since 2005

Max Becker HR Swiss/Treasurer EAPM

Max Becker

HR Swiss/Treasurer EAPM

Max Becker

Max Becker is a Senior HR Executive with a vast background of both national and international Management assignments in the field of Human Resources Management, predominantly in the industry.
The first 20 years of his professional career, Max spent with ABB, a leading global manufacturer of Electrical Equipment and Engineering services based in Zurich/Switzerland. Following the assignment to build up the Recruiting Center for the Swiss operation of ABB, be headed up the HR function at the Corporate HQ before be was entrusted with the function of VP HR for the Middle East and Africa operations for 5 years with extensive travelling in the Region.
In 1996 be moved to Holcim, a leading global manufacturer of building material, as VP for Management Development on Corporate Level.
In 2005, be decided to move to HR Consulting, joining CGZ (Consulting Group Zurich) as a member of the Management Committee where is still active up to now.
As for other professional activities, Max was a member of the Board of the Zurich HR Association (biggest HR Association in Switzerland with some 2500 members) for over 20 years, of which be served as President for 10 years. In 2011 be was elected to the Board of HR Swiss and - at the same time- to the Board of the European Association for People Management (EAPM) where he holds the function of the treasurer. Furthermore, he is presiding the HR Certificate exams in Switzerland (some 3500 candidates every year) and a member of the Board of trustees of the Juventus Group a major Swiss private Group of Schools. He is also a practice leader with the Lilienberg Unternehmerforum a leading forum on entrepreneurship in Switzerland
Max holds a Ph.D. in Economies from St. Galien University, the leading academic institution in Switzerland. In his PhD thesis, he covered relevant issues around the then recession of the Swiss Machine Manufacturing industry and the implication on IIR Management. His studies included a 10 months stay at the University of Alberta in Edmonton/Canada, a scholarship from the American Institute of Economie Research in Great Barrington (Massachusetts/US) as well as a program at the Università di Perugia (ltaly). He speaks fluent German, English and French and has good working knowledge in Italian and Spanish.

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Mary Connaughton

Chartered Fellow CIPD, Director CIPD Ireland - Championing better work and working lives

Mary Connaughton M.A FCIPD, Director - CIPD

Mary Connaughton

M.A FCIPD, Director - CIPD

Mary Connaughton

Mary Connaughton is passionate about developing people and workplaces to be at their best. As a Chartered Fellow and Director of CIPD Ireland, she is leading the development and contribution of the HR profession in Ireland. Mary has a wealth of HR experience having previously headed up HR Development services at Ireland’s business and employers confederation, consulted with leading companies on strategic HR development and held roles in public and private sector organisations, including Bank of Ireland.

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Laurence Breton-Kueny

Laurence Breton-Kueny has been Human Resources Director and a member of the Executive Committee of Afnor Groupe since 2006.

Laurence Breton-Kueny Human Resources Director - AFNOR

Laurence Breton-Kueny

Human Resources Director - AFNOR

Laurence Breton-Kueny

Laurence Breton-Kueny has been Human Resources Director and a member of the Executive Committee of Afnor Groupe since 2006. She began her career has Professor and after she was consultant then became HR manager in the national Heath Accreditation Agency and High Authority of health. Laurence Breton-Kueny has a PhD in management, an Executive Master in HR Strategy, a Law Master and Hygienist Master in work and environnement. She is certified by France and Quebec for management of Heath and certified for Social responsibility. She has been a member of the French delegation for ISO TC 260 Management of HR since 2011 and at the head of the French commission since March, 2017.President for ANDRH of Seine Saint-Denis and Vice-President of ANDRH.

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Vincent Champain

Vincent Champain is an expert on digital transformation of industrial companies and the General Manager for Europe of a global digital industrial company

Vincent Champain General Manager for Europe of a global digital industrial company

Vincent Champain

General Manager for Europe of a global digital industrial company

Vincent Champain

Vincent Champain is an expert on digital transformation of industrial companies. He is also the General Manager for Europe of a global digital industrial company. Before this, Vincent worked for McKinsey&Company where he led performance and digital projects, in Europe and in emerging countries and contributed to several McKinsey Global Institute studies (on growth, employment, industrial strategy,…). He also held several positions in the Public Sector especially as Deputy Minister for Policy planning, Digital & Public Evaluation where he was at the core of a nationwide plan dedicated at developing digital networks, contents and uses in France. He started his career as an economist in charge of industrial policies and innovation at the French treasury department.Vincent graduated from Ecole Polytechnique (computer science master’s degree), Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l’Administration Economique (statistics and finance master’s degree) and Université Paris Dauphine (marketing and strategy master’s degree).

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Noëlle Lenoir

Noëlle Lenoir focuses her practice on compliance, data protection law, business secrecy, Government and internal investigations

Noëlle Lenoir Jurist - Former French Minister of European Affairs

Noëlle Lenoir

Jurist - Former French Minister of European Affairs

Noëlle Lenoir

Noëlle Lenoir focuses her practice on compliance, data protection law, business secrecy, Government and internal investigations as well as public law and competition law – both at the national, European and international level. She served as French Minister of European Affairs (2002-2004). She was also the first woman and the youngest person ever to have served on the French Constitutional Court and was a member of the Conseil d’Etat as of 1984.She began her career as AD official of the French Senate (Law Committee). She was the first Chief Legal Officer of the National Data Protection Authority (CNIL) (1982-1984) and was also Chief ethics officer of the French National Assembly (2012-2014).At international level she chaired the EU Group of Ethics for Science & New Technology (1994-2001, as well as the International Committee on Bioethics of UNESCO (1991–1998). She taught notably at University College London, Columbia Law School, Sciences Po Paris and the law Faculty of Paris.Additionally, she is a member of both the American Law Institute and the French Academy of Technologies. She is on the board of directors of Valeo and of Compagnie des Alpes. She is president of the Cercle des Européens and the Europe Institute of HEC and is affiliate professor at HEC.

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Luca Visentini

Luca Visentini has been General Secretary of ETUC since the last Congress of the organization in 2015

Luca Visentini General Secretary - ETUC

Luca Visentini

General Secretary - ETUC

Luca Visentini

Born 1969, Udine, Italy. Luca Visentini was elected as ETUC General Secretary at the Confederation’s 13th Congress in Paris in 2015, after four years as ETUC Confederal Secretary in Brussels. Luca Visentini’s trade union experience encompasses 26 years at a regional, national and European level. With many years’ experience in collective bargaining, at confederation, national and sectoral level, Luca directly contributed to UIL’s work as General Secretary in one of the 20 Italian regions and as a member of the UIL steering committee. He has been involved in ETUC work since 1997. All these activities led Luca to the ETUC secretariat.

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UNAI SAEZ PRIETO

From 2015 he joined at IVECO/Fiat Chrysler, as HR Director in Valladolid Region.

UNAI SAEZ PRIETO HR Director - IVECO/Fiat Chrysler

UNAI SAEZ PRIETO

HR Director - IVECO/Fiat Chrysler

UNAI SAEZ PRIETO

Graduate in business management and pshicology, Unai Sáez , has 20 years of experience in industry (aeronautic, automotive, oil & gas).
His join with Gamesa Aeronáutica to develop their plants in Spain, Mexico and China as HR Manager during 6 years. Then he held position to HR international Director at Técnicas Reunidas Company, for Middle Est during 3 years in Oil & Gas sector, assuming HR Global Strategy for new projects around the world, living as an expatriate in Asian Region a South America other 3 years more.
From 2015 he joined at IVECO/Fiat Chrysler, as HR Director in Valladolid Region and expert of People Development for other regions in EMEA.

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Delphine RUDELLI

Delphine Rudelli has been Director for European and international affairs at UIMM since 2009.

Delphine RUDELLI Director International Department - UIMM

Delphine RUDELLI

Director International Department - UIMM

Delphine RUDELLI

Delphine Rudelli holds two masters in public and European labour law, and she has a degree in political science. Delphine began her career in UIMM (the French employers’ organisation for the metal and technological industries) where she advised companies in foreign labour law. In 1999, she joined CEEMET (the European employer’s organisation for the metal industries) in Brussels where she developed lobbing skills in the field of social policy. After 8 years in Brussels, Delphine came back to UIMM at the end of 2006 to head the European affairs department. In 2009, she was appointed Director for European and international affairs. She speaks French, English, Spanish and reads Italian and Portuguese.

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Katharina Heuer

Katharina Heuer is Secretary General of the EAPM and CEO of the German Association for Personal Management.

Katharina Heuer CEO - DGFP Germany

Katharina Heuer

CEO - DGFP Germany

Katharina Heuer

Katharina Heuer is Secretary General of the EAPM and CEO of the German Association for Personal Management (DGFP). She is the founder and chairman of the foundation "Zukunft Kinder" and a member of the supervisory board of Unilever Deutschland GmbH. Previously, she held high-level HR positions in various international companies, such as Deutsche Bahn and Daimler. She firmly believes that enhanced international collaboration is a key factor for successful HR management in a more and more globalized world.

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Dr. Hervé Borensztejn

Hervé Borensztejn is the Managing Partner Europe, Middle East & Africa at Heidrick Consulting, one of the 2 divisions of Heidrick & Struggles

Dr. Hervé Borensztejn Managing Partner Europe, Middle East & Africa - Heidrick & Struggles

Dr. Hervé Borensztejn

Managing Partner Europe, Middle East & Africa - Heidrick & Struggles

Dr. Hervé Borensztejn

Hervé Borensztejn is the Managing Partner Europe, Middle East & Africa at Heidrick Consulting, one of the 2 divisions of Heidrick & Struggles. With 30 years of experience of leadership in several organizations, Hervé focuses on large projects of transformation, organization effectiveness, Human Resources optimization and talent assessment and development for global companies. He has got the privilege to work as Researcher, Coach, Professor, Consultant and Executive in International contexts.
Prior to joining Heidrick Consulting, Hervé was chief human resources officer and Head of Communications at G.E. Power Conversion. Prior to that, he served as Chief Talent Officer at Airbus Group for 9 years, where he was notably in charge of competency management, workforce planning, experts development and Corporate university. Prior to Airbus, he was Deputy to the CHRO of LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy) and focused on Talent management. Hervé started his career working with the Corporate University of Vivendi to accelerate its transformation.
Hervé gives key note speeches on human resources, leadership and coaching in some universities.
Hervé is the author of “Growing Talents, a Corporate duty” which was published in 2008. He also co-wrote other books including “the Manageor”, “the golden book of Coaching”, “Et la confiance, bordel”, and A.C.E.: a sustainable methodology to transform organizations”.
Hervé earned a master of Engineering science degree and PhD from the Paris School of Mines, and he is a certified executive coach. He is fluent in English and French.

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Jean Arthuis

Jean Arthuis is Member of the European Parliament (MEP) and chairs as well the Committee on Budgets

Jean Arthuis Chair of the Committee on Budgets (BUDG), European Parliament (EP)

Jean Arthuis

Chair of the Committee on Budgets (BUDG), European Parliament (EP)

Jean Arthuis

Jean Arthuis was born on 7 October 1944 in Saint-Martin-du-Bois (Maine-et-Loire) and graduated from the École supérieure de commerce in Nantes (Nantes business school) and the Institut d’études politiques (Institute of political studies) in Paris. He is a chartered accountant and founder of a firm specialising in accountancy and handling financial hearings. He was a member of the Senate from 1983 to 2014, served as general rapporteur for the budget from 1992 to 1995, chaired the Centrist Group from 1998 to 2002 and the Finance Committee from 2002 to 2011 and was mayor of Château-Gontier from 1971 to 2001. He was also President of the Conseil général de la Mayenne (Mayenne regional council) from 1992 to 2014, a post which he relinquished in order to devote himself fully to his mandate as MEP.
He served as secretary of state to the labour minister from March 1986 and from January 1987 to the Minister for the economy, finance and privatisation, with responsibility for consumer affairs and competition (until May 1988). He was Minister for the economy and finance from 1995 to 1997, during which time he laid the groundwork for the changeover to the single European currency. In 2011 he was asked by the prime minister, François Fillon to examine the future of the euro zone. His report, entitled The future of the euro zone: political integration or chaos, was published in March 2012.Jean Arthuis, Chair of the Committee on Budgets (BUDG), European Parliament (EP)

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Radu Mavrodin

Radu Mavrodin is a Senior HR Manager at Mecaplast, based in Monaco.

Radu Mavrodin Senior HR Mecaplast & President HR Club - Romania

Radu Mavrodin

Senior HR Mecaplast & President HR Club - Romania

Radu Mavrodin

Radu Mavrodin is a Senior HR Manager at Mecaplast, based in Monaco, driving HR strategy and operations for a very fast business development in a wide remit (France, India, Iran, Japan, Monaco, Romania, Spain, Turkey, UK).
He is an international executive with 20 years’ experience in HR and business management in the Automotive, Construction and Building Materials industries in Europe, Middle East and Africa. With both corporate and operational exposure across geographies, his focus areas include industrial relations, turnarounds and large scale culture transformation programs.
Radu Mavrodin started his professional activity in Lafarge, where he held various roles in Bucharest and Paris, such as Strategy Director, e-Business Partnerships Director, Africa Business Controller, and Division Director. Entering human resources field with Michelin in 2005, he successfully managed the Human Resources function for Balkans and Romania (Bucharest), after which moved as Competencies Project Leader in Michelin HQ (Clermont Ferrand). Prior to joining Mecaplast, he spent 7 years with Renault as HR Director of Renault Romania, VP HR Euromed-Africa region and HR Director of Oyak-Renault in Turkey. Since 2012, Radu Mavrodin has been sitting on the board of the Romanian HR Professionals Association as President.
He is a graduate of the Ecole Nationale d’ Administration (Paris/ Strasbourg), of the Faculty of International Relations - National School of Political and Administrative Studies (Bucharest) and of the Faculty of Mathematics - University of Bucharest.

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Dr. Wolfgang MÜLLER

Dr Wolfgang Müller is the Managing Director for European Affairs at the Bundesagentur für Arbeit, the German Federal Employment Agency

Dr. Wolfgang MÜLLER Managing Director for European Affairs German Federal Employment Agency

Dr. Wolfgang MÜLLER

Managing Director for European Affairs German Federal Employment Agency

Dr. Wolfgang MÜLLER

Advisor in all EU matters to the governing board of the German Federal Employment Agency, which et al consists of social partners.Dr Wolfgang Müller is the Managing Director for European Affairs at the Bundesagentur für Arbeit, the German Federal Employment Agency.He is the representative of the German Federal Employment Agency in the Board of the European Network of Public Employment Services and in the EURES Management Board. He is member of several Advisory- and High Level Expert- Groups in the area of employment, education and migration.Before he joined the German Federal Employment Agency he worked for the German Government with the United Nations and NATO.He holds a MBA and a Ph.D. in Public Management.

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Cyril Cosme

Cyril Cosme joined the International Labor Office in November 2014

Cyril Cosme Director - ILO Office for France

Cyril Cosme

Director - ILO Office for France

Cyril Cosme

Cyril Cosme joined the International Labor Office in November 2014 when he took the head of the Paris-based ILO office for France. He was formerly Director for European and International Affairs at the French Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs and Health.
Cyril Cosme has held various positions in the French Ministry of Labor, as Head of the Collective Agreements and Labor Disputes Office (1997-2000) and as Technical Adviser to the Minister’s Office (2002-2004 during the mandate of France Fillon).
Cyril Cosme then spent most of his career on European and international issues related to employment and work in Paris (General Secretariat for European Affairs, attached to the Prime Minister from 2000 to 2002), Brussels (Permanent Representation of France to the European Union, 2004-2009) and then in Washington (Embassy of France in the United States, 2009-2012).
Cyril Cosme is a graduate of Sciences Po Paris and Ecole Nationale d’Administration (Marc Bloch, 1997).

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Ben Davies

Ben is a President with ChapmanCG and plays a key leadership role within the business.

Ben Davies President & Co-Global Head - ChapmanCG

Ben Davies

President & Co-Global Head - ChapmanCG

Ben Davies

Ben is a President with ChapmanCG and plays a key leadership role within the business. He works with the team to support CHRO’s and Global HR leaders to build their Senior HR teams. His particular focus is Global and Regional Head of HR or function roles based in APAC & EMEA.
Ben works closely with our Global HR contact base across Europe and North America to build strong links with global headquarters. Ben spent seven years based in Singapore focusing on the Asia Pacific market helping identify Senior HR talent across all countries in the region.
Ben has worked in executive recruitment for over twelve years, and previously worked in the London office of Korn/Ferry International. He has worked on executive search assignments across sectors for clients in EMEA, North America and APAC.
Prior to his career in executive search, Ben studied Sports Science at the University of Wales, Cardiff. He has successfully completed ultra-marathons in Mongolia and Ecuador, as well as a number of marathons. Ben plans to complete his third ultra-marathon in Chile in 2017.
Recent EMEA assignments:
- Emerging Markets HR Director, Singapore – Ecommerce
- APAC HR Head, Hong Kong – Banking & Financial Services
- Global HRD, Paris – Banking & Financial Services
- EMEA HR Operations Head, London – Professional Services
- Global HR Head Technology & Operations, Munich – Pharmaceutical

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Darko Petrovski

Darko Petrovski is a HR professional with an extensive experience in the HRM

Darko Petrovski Founder - Talent Business Incubator STEP-UP/General Secretary -Macedonian HR

Darko Petrovski

Founder - Talent Business Incubator STEP-UP/General Secretary -Macedonian HR

Darko Petrovski

Darko Petrovski is a HR professional with an extensive experience in the HRM in the past almost twelve years. He is founder of the Talent Business Incubator STEP-UP startup company, a partner and a management consultant in Dynamic Consulting Ltd. and Cup Cert Ltd. where aside of his duties and activities in various HR projects, he assumed participation in many projects as a management consultant in different fields such as organizational development, management systems, occupational health and safety and investments. He served as well as a lead auditor for ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. Previously he spent more than eight years in one of the biggest companies for electricity supply and distribution EVN Macedonia and served there as Head of the Human Resources and Organization department. Prior to that, he was in charge of the Austrian Economic Chamber representative office in Macedonia.Darko is one of the founders and assumed different positions within the Macedonian Human Resources Association such as a board member and a Vice President, a President of the Supervisory Board and currently a Secretary General. He is also a member of the Committee for standardization in human resources with the Macedonian Institute for Standardization. In addition to his professional appointments he was active in different organizations such as a VP and board member in the Employers Organization of Macedonia, a member of the National Economic Social Council, a VP of the Local Economic Social Council of the city of Skopje, a member of the Macedonian National Council for Competitiveness, a member of the advisory boards at the Universities of Tourism and Management and the American College in Skopje.Darko holds Master of Science and MBA degrees from the Economic Faculty of Ljubljana with a master thesis in the Talent Management and a bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Mechanical Faculty in Skopje. Currently he works for his PhD in Industrial Engineering and Management at the University Ss. Cyril and Methodius in Skopje/Macedonia. He is author of several scientific and research papers and takes participation at many conferences and events as speaker, panelist and moderator.

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Izy Béhar

Izy Behar is immediate past president of EAPM

Izy Béhar Immediate Past-President - EAPM

Izy Béhar

Immediate Past-President - EAPM

Izy Béhar

Izy BEHAR, 67, is Immediate Past-President of EAPM (the European Association for People Management), where he has been elected in 2013 for 4 years. EAPM is the continental federation of the 31 national HR associations in Europe.
He has been Senior VP HR for Eutelsat Communications from 1999 to 2012, a telecommunication by satellite operator.
Before that, Izy BEHAR has been, for more than 10 years, HR Director of Crédit Commercial de France (now HSBC France) and before HR Director for Japan Airlines in France.
Izy BEHAR is board member of ANDRH (French national HR association) and Chief Editor of the monthly magazine “PERSONNEL”.
He has also been the president of the technical committee which produced the ISO 30408 international standard on Human Governance.

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Jon C. Messenger

Jon C. Messenger is Team Leader of the Working Conditions Group, and Senior Research Officer with the Conditions of Work and Equality Department of the International Labour Office

Jon C. Messenger Team Leader of the Working Conditions Group - ILO

Jon C. Messenger

Team Leader of the Working Conditions Group - ILO

Jon C. Messenger

Jon C. Messenger is Team Leader of the Working Conditions Group, and Senior Research Officer with the Conditions of Work and Equality Department of the International Labour Office in Geneva, Switzerland, the Headquarters of the International Labour Organization (ILO). Jon is responsible for the ILO’s work programme on working time, work organization, and work-life balance. He specializes in policy-focused research, policy advice and technical assistance on these subjects at both the international and national levels, with a particular interest in issues relating to working time flexibility, new and evolving forms of work organization such as telework, work sharing, and gender equality. Prior to joining the ILO in 2000, Jon worked at the US Department of Labor in Washington, DC, where he served as Team Leader for Research in its Employment and Training Administration.
Jon is the author and/or editor of a number of publications on working time and work organization, including the following major volumes and reports: Working Time and Workers’ Preferences in Industrialized Countries: Finding the balance; Decent Working Time: New trends, new issues; Working Time Around the World: Trends in working hours, laws and policies in a global comparative perspective; Offshoring and Working Conditions in Remote Work; Work Sharing during the Great Recession: New developments and beyond; and most recently, Working Anytime, Anywhere: The effects on the world of work.

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Steve Krupp

A renowned thought leader on building executive capabilities for the future, Steven Krupp is a partner in Heidrick & Struggles’ Leadership Consulting group.

Steve Krupp Partner - Heidrick & Struggles’ Leadership Consulting group

Steve Krupp

Partner - Heidrick & Struggles’ Leadership Consulting group

Steve Krupp

A renowned thought leader on building executive capabilities for the future, Steven Krupp is a partner in Heidrick & Struggles’ Leadership Consulting group. Steve heads the Leadership Service Line globally and is a member of the CEO and Board Practice. He was previously CEO at Decision Strategies International (DSI), a global strategy and leadership advisory firm acquired by Heidrick & Struggles in 2016. Steve is an author of ‘Winning the Long Game: How Strategic Leaders Shape the Future.’ He works with executive and HR leaders to accelerate growth, strategic agility, transformation, decision-making speed, collaboration, and customer centric innovation.

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Manon Poirier

Manon Poirier, CHRP, is the general manager of the Ordre des conseillers en ressources humaines agréés

Manon Poirier General manager - CHRD - Canada

Manon Poirier

General manager - CHRD - Canada

Manon Poirier

Manon Poirier, CHRP, is the general manager of the Ordre des conseillers en ressources humaines agréés. With a membership of 10,000 members, the Ordre ensures the protection of the public and contributes to the advancement of its CHRP and CIRC members.Mrs. Poirier has a master’s degree in administrative sciences and is also a member of the Barreau du Québec. She previously held the position of vice president of human resources at the YMCAs of Québec and was the director of the organization’s International Language School. Mrs. Poirier is involved in the advisory committee on immigrants of the Ministère du Travail, de l’Emploi et de la Solidarité sociale.

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Alfonso Catone

Alfonso Catone is Vice President of JADE - the European Confederation of Junior Enterprises.

Alfonso Catone Vice president - Jade

Alfonso Catone

Vice president - Jade

Alfonso Catone

Alfonso Catone is Vice President of JADE - the European Confederation of Junior Enterprises. He is Head of the Private Cooperation department, which is responsible for connecting the business world with the Junior Enterprise network in Europe. Previously he founded JEflo, the junior enterprise of the Florence University, where he is currently studying business management.
He firmly believes that Junior Enterprises are a key factor for providing students the tools for becoming more employable by developing entrepreneurial skills through learning-by-doing.

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Kostas Papadakis

Kostas Papadakis is Senior Specialist at Social Dialogue & Tripartism Unit (DIALOGUE) of the ILO’s Governance Department in Geneva.

Kostas Papadakis Senior Specialist at Social Dialogue & Tripartism Unit - ILO

Kostas Papadakis

Senior Specialist at Social Dialogue & Tripartism Unit - ILO

Kostas Papadakis

Kostas Papadakis is Senior Specialist at Social Dialogue & Tripartism Unit (DIALOGUE) of the ILO’s Governance Department in Geneva. From 2013 to 2016, he was the ILO Senior Liaison Officer for Cyprus and Greece and in charge of the ILO Athens Office representing the Organisation in the two countries. Prior to this appointment, he worked for the Executive Director of the ILO Social Dialogue Sector as lead author of the International Labour Conference (ILC) Recurrent Item Report on Social Dialogue; Research and Policy Coordinator at the ILO Governance and Tripartism Department (2008-2013); and as researcher for the International Institute of Labour Studies (2000-2008). His expertise is in the areas of participatory governance, corporate social responsibility, cross-border industrial relations and the impact of the financial crisis on industrial and labour relations in Europe. Mr Papadakis has an extensive record of publications including as author and editor of five books, and numerous articles in refereed journals and working papers. He holds a Ph.D. and M.Sc. in International Law and Politics from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva (2005), and a BA in International Relations from the University of Geneva (1997).

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Marie-Noëlle Lopez

Marie-Noëlle Lopez founded Planet Labor in 2006

Marie-Noëlle Lopez Founder - Planet Labor

Marie-Noëlle Lopez

Founder - Planet Labor

Marie-Noëlle Lopez

In 2006, Marie-Noëlle Lopez founded Planet Labor (www.planetlabor.com) as the first European and international social monitoring website specializing in the evolution of labor rights, labor relations, CSR initiatives and HR practices . As expert of social European topics and of different social models of European countries, she is also known for her expertise in transnational social dialogue.

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Alexandre Pachulski

Alexandre Pachulski serves as the Chief Product Officer at Talentsoft, that he co-founded in 2007.

Alexandre Pachulski Co-founder - Talentsoft

Alexandre Pachulski

Co-founder - Talentsoft

Alexandre Pachulski

Alexandre Pachulski serves as the Chief Product Officer at Talentsoft, that he co-founded in 2007. With more than 15 years’ experience in both HR and IT, Alexandre Pachulski chaired a management consulting firm for 8 years before creating Talentsoft. He is the author of several books on human resources and hosts his own YouTube channel called ""Talents of Tomorrow"". In 2015, Pachulski was awarded the French Golden Mouse award for his blog, ""Les Talents d’Alex"", centered around talent management. He holds a PhD degree in Artificial Intelligence from Paris-Dauphine.

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Kim Staack Nielsen

Kim Staack Nielsen (KSN) is chairman of the association DANISH HR

Kim Staack Nielsen Chairman - DANISH HR association

Kim Staack Nielsen

Chairman - DANISH HR association

Kim Staack Nielsen

Kim Staack Nielsen (KSN) is chairman of the association DANISH HR. The organization has over 1.000 company-members and is the largest in its field in Denmark.
KSN has been active within the area of HR Management and Development both strategically and in practice for Danish companies since 1992. He has given more than 1.000 lectures in the field of Human Resource Management and Development to more than 25,000 persons from both Danish as well foreigners companies and institutions through the last 25 years.
KSN is the author of 3 Human Resources books. He has a MBA in Strategic Management from Business Institute in Aalborg and a Diploma in Business Administration from Aarhus School Business/Aarhus University of Economics and Business Administration. He was earlier also Censor on Copenhagen Business School and the University of Southern Denmark. KSN was Vice President for EAPM from mid 2009 to mid 2011.

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Tyra MALZY

With a multicultural background spanning California, southern Africa, and France, Tyra is a specialist in developing talents.

Tyra MALZY Chief Learning Officer – Mazars

Tyra MALZY

Chief Learning Officer – Mazars

Tyra MALZY

With a multicultural background spanning California, southern Africa, and France, Tyra is a specialist in developing talents. Currently based in Paris, Tyra is the Chief Learning Officer at Mazars, an international audit and advisory firm, where she is in charge of designing innovative solutions to develop the skills of our leaders (and future leaders) across the firm’s 79-country footprint. In acknowledgement of its world-class programmes and practices, Mazars University was awarded the international CLIP accreditation by EFMD in 2014. Beyond learning, Tyra is on the Group Innovation Board at Mazars, and plays a role in the larger HR efforts of the Mazars Group, in particular as the Senior Talent Leader for Africa, where she advises our HR efforts throughout the region. Outside of work, she is a wife and mother of 2 darling children, and a mountain-climber and cake baker on the weekends!

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Malcom Sclanders

Malcom Sclanders is principle consultant at the London office of Heidrick & Struggles.

Malcom Sclanders HR expert - Heidrick Consulting

Malcom Sclanders

HR expert - Heidrick Consulting

Malcom Sclanders

Malcolm is passionate about helping organisations make sense and win in the future, from a people, organisational and cultural perspective.
Utilising over 25 years experience covering core capabilities of people strategy development, organisation design, future workforce planning and transition, HR and business transformation, talent management and culture change.
He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and is part of a CPO network in the UK.
Malcolm has carried out both HR line and consulting roles. He was Organisation Effectiveness Director at Rolls Royce and held operational HR positions at companies such as Thomas Cook, Perkins Engines and APV. He has also worked for a variety of consultancies, always focused on the people and organisation development dimensions of business transformation.

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Maria Giuseppina Bruna

Professor in management, specialist in CSR, diversity management & inclusion, Dr. Maria Giuseppina Bruna is director of the Chair IPAG

Maria Giuseppina Bruna Scientific Director - Chair IPAG "Towards an Inclusive Company"

Maria Giuseppina Bruna

Scientific Director - Chair IPAG "Towards an Inclusive Company"

Maria Giuseppina Bruna

Professor in Management, specialist in CSR, diversity management & inclusion, Dr. Maria Giuseppina Bruna is Director of the Chair IPAG "Towards an Inclusive Company" developed in partnership with the French Association of Diversity Managers and supported by Carrefour Group, Mutex and Foundation "Equality and Mixity" (and its partners: AXA, Engie, Orange, Michelin, Foundation Acting for Employment).She manages the research program "Women&networks" led by the Chair, the Foundation "Equality and Mixity" and the Foundation "Acting Against Exclusion".She serves also as Strategic Senior Advisor of IPAG’s Managing Director, in charge of Ethics, CSR, and Partnership Development.Lecturer in Diversity Management & Inclusion at ENA, she serves as scientific director of the Diversity Program of the Ecole des Mines d’Albi-Carmaux.She is member of the Executive Committee of the Foundation Engie Act for Employment (Fape ENGIE), of the Advisory Board of the Foundation Act Against Exclusion and of the French Association of Diversity Managers (AFMD). She has been appointed member of a Governmental Group of Experts on the Struggle against Discriminations.Author of more than 30 papers published in high-raked reviews and scientific books, she is Associate Editor of the scientific review Managemet & Sciences sociales. She is cited among the 100 Leaders in Human Capital Management 2016 (ranking of the 100 Leaders in HRM and Management field, established by Magazine Décideurs - LeadersLeague).

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Jérôme Savy

Jerôme Savy is HR Director - EMEA Region for AT & T Communications

Jérôme Savy HR Director - EMEA Region for AT & T Communications

Jérôme Savy

HR Director - EMEA Region for AT & T Communications

Jérôme Savy

Over 25 years of experience in human resources, mainly as a generalist within:-various sectors: social security, defense, chemical and Telecom-various environments: French, European and now Global-various jobs: Junior lawyer, RRH, HR Director Bu then local entity then Global one·Currently, he is HR Director - EMEA Region for AT & T Communications- 17 employees including 7 DRs (HR Country Managers and HR Country Specialists)- based in 8 countries- covering 3000 permanent workers (management level) across 19 countriesANDRH. Member of the association for more than 15 years- Vice-president of the local group Alesia-Nation- Member of the steering committee of the IHR commission- Member of the national council of the association

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Bertrand Delamotte

Bertrand Delamotte is VP HR Group Headquarters & Europe Labor Relations for Sodexo

Bertrand Delamotte VP HR Group Headquarters & Europe Labor Relations - Sodexo

Bertrand Delamotte

VP HR Group Headquarters & Europe Labor Relations - Sodexo

Bertrand Delamotte

Over 31 years of experience in human resources, mainly as a generalist withino various sectors: social security, health insurance , serviceso various environments: French, European and Globalo various jobs: HR Manager , HR Director France and Europe, Global Labor Relations VP· Currently, I am VP HR Group Headquarters & Europe Labor Relations for Sodexoo HQ Team of 7 memberso covering 135 000 permanent workers across 22 countries· ANDRHo Member of the association for more than 15 yearso Member of the steering committee of the IHR commission· EUROPE ASSOCIATIONSo Member of the Food Service Europe, located in Brusselso Member of the European Labor and Employee Relations Network ( MERCER)

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With a multicultural background spanning California, southern Africa, and France, Tyra is a specialist in developing talents.

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27th October, 2017

8.30.am – 5.30 pm and cocktail

Opening at 8.00 am.

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LOCATION

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CESE

9 place d’Iéna, 75016 Paris

© CESE Benoît Fougeirol – © Palais d’Iéna, architecte Auguste Perret, UFSE, SAIF

VENUE

Métro :
Station « Iéna » : line 9
Station Trocadéro : lines 6/ 9
Bus :
Station « Iéna » : lines 32/63/ 82
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Station n° 16007 Longchamp
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Parking Wilson – 38, Avenue du Président Wilson

9 place d’Iéna, 75016 Paris

The European and the French HR associations

The European Association for People Management (EAPM) was founded in 1962. The Association forms an umbrella body of national organisations which represent more than 250,000 HR professionals in over 30 countries. It is purely professional and specialist in nature. It is an experience exchange organisation without profit-related objectives. It is independent of all employers, trade union, state or political bodies. Bob Morton, representing CIPD from UK is currently President and Izy Behar, representing ANDRH from France is immediate past-president.

www.eapm.org

Founded in 1947, ANDRH is a non-profit organization gathering human resources professionals of companies and organizations from different business sectors, public and private, small and large, national and international. With more than 5,000 members, organized in 80 local groups, it is the largest community of human resources professionals in France. ANDRH is one of the founding members of EAPM in 1962. On the occasion of its 70th anniversary, ANDRH is organizing the 28th European Congress, in Paris, on October, 27th 2017.

www.andrh70.fr

The third constitutional assembly of the French Republic after the National Assembly and the Senate, the French Economic, Social and Environmental Council (ESEC) represents key economic, social and environmental fields, promoting cooperation between different socio-professional interest groups and ensuring they are part of the process of shaping and reviewing public policy. The ESEC has a major role to play in these times of economic, social and environmental change. It advises the government and parliament, and participates in the development of economic, social and environmental policies.

The Council is composed of public figures and representatives of the associative sector, employers and employees. Representing tens of millions of French citizens, the ESEC is at the heart of major social issues and develops new proposals relating to the key topics that will have an impact upon our lives today and tomorrow.

www.lecese.fr/

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