What’s the secret? Winning Performance Culture!
Both public and private sector in every part of the world are looking to performance, talent management, strategy and innovation as the road to recovery. This forum will motivate people, teams & organizations to create constant renewal of leadership capability, performance & talent and employee well-being. Some of the themes include Performance Culture, Execution Excellence, Sustainability, Business Agility, Future of HR-Work.
In Vienna our distinguished line-up includes corporate HR and OD leaders from The Work Foundation, ING Insurance CEE, Nokia, Microsoft, UBS, SuccessFactors, Maersk, Ericsson, Thomson Reuters, Borealis, NetApp, Unilever and more.
Business Guru: Listed regularly for many years as one of the world's most influential, living, management thinkers, Fons Trompenaars is recognized the world over for his work as consultant, trainer, motivational speaker and author of various books on all subjects of culture and business. An informative and insightful speaker, Fons also entertains with his lively and humorous style. He addresses audiences around the world in English, French, Dutch and German. Rated in the Top 20 speakers in the world, listed on the Thinkers 50 to name a few, he has also been awarded the International Professional Research Award by the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD).
Stephen Dando is Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer for Thomson Reuters. He joined Reuters in April 2006. Before Reuters he joined the BBC in 2001 where he was Director, BBC People. He was a member of the BBC's Executive Board and Director of the BBC Pension Trust. Mr. Dando led the transformation of the human resources function and implemented the BBC's largest ever leadership training program, which won a World of Learning award in 2004. His career has focused on change management and people development within large organizations, including Guinness Ltd, UDV Europe and Diageo. He received his MBA from the University of Edinburgh in 1990. In 2009 he was voted in the top 15 most influential HR practitioners in the industry by readers of HR Magazine as well as one of PersonnelToday’
The Work Foundation is the leading independent authority on work and its future. It aims to improve the quality of working life and the effectiveness of organisations by equipping leaders, policy makers and opinion-formers with evidence, advice, new thinking and networks. The Work Foundation is a charity with a mission to improve productivity, enhance quality of working life, and develop the vision of ‘good work for all’.
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