- 18 Jun 2015 9:00 AM
International workforce migration is a highly debated issue in many places of the world, and we anticipate that the so-called “war for talent” may persist or even intensify because creative people, experts and skilled workers remain in constant demand around the world. Talent, a critical performance driver, is a mobile asset. Thanks to modern ICT, it can also “emigrate” also via optical cables, smart phones or radio waves.
This Roundtable will cover key issues associated with talent migration today, including major trends and challenges associated with the looming talent war:
The shape and characteristics of valued talent today,
Sources of such talent,
Discovering and nurturing creativity,
Talent’s global distribution (flat or spiky), and
How can countries, regions, cities, and firms be more attractive to talent.
To learn more about the state of the art in dealing with such burning issues we cordially invite you to this important Roundtable!
Ágnes Hárs, Senior Researcher, Kopint-Tárki
Ms. Gabriella Zaharia,HR Manager, TATA Consultancy Services
Dr Shobha Kiran (Academic Researcher, Former Professor of Finance at DM Institute of Management, India)
Prof. Hassan Charaf, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Szabolcs Kiss, Global Manufacturing Learning & Development Manager, National Instruments Hungary
László Munkácsy, Director, ELTE Apáczai Csere János Secondary School
RSVP until 22nd June by clicking here
Date and time: 23 June 23., 18:00 - 21:00
This event is open to public
Location: CEU Business School
Address: Frankel Leó 30-34.
Source: CEU Business School