The Career Manager at Home and Abroad

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Theme : Talent & Career Development

Contributor : Alan Duke

Alan Duke is a seasoned HR professional with 30+ years experience in the UK, Europe and North America and has held worldwide responsibility for Senior Management staffing and career development with a leading international company. He has published several articles and is co-author with Daniel Boulanger of “Managing Careers at Michelin : a 3 Star Career Guide” (ed. EMS 2011).

Video Summary

Nuts and bolts of the Career manager’s mission in a national and international context.
Employee moves in “pull” and “push” mode, chain reactions.
Benefits of Expatriation and controlling Costs.
Case study.

Learning Objectives

- The right person in the right post at the right time, every time
- One person’s vacancy is another person’s career opportunity
- Expatriation as a development tool
- Setting up an international talent management network

Key Words

Mission, vacancy, candidate, profile, international, network, expatriation, benefits, costs, case study