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Event : ERC_CE30


Session : AMC16-14522A
Cross-border Commuting - Canada/U.S. and Mexico/U.S. - Immigration and Tax Compliance
AUDIO ONLY
Conference : Pacakge No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Jill Weir-McLean Law Clerk Fleischer and Kochberg Professional Corporation Panelists: Joel Guberman Chair, Founding Partner Guberman Garson Segal LLP Arun Nagratha Partner Trowbridge Professional Corporation Erika Rodriguez Lawyer, Immigration Services Deloitte Bernardo Del Rio McKee Managing Partner/General Director J.A. Del Rio y Asociados S.C./Payroll Plus MX
  • Our expert panel will share their knowledge and experience relating to cross border commuting from both immigration and tax perspectives affecting employees commuting across both borders in both directions. Explore best practices, risk protection and learn how to identify and manage unique policy issues to ensure compliance. Audience: All conference attendees engaged in sending employees between Canada and the U.S. and/or Mexico and the U.S.
  • Learning Objectives: Explore best practices commuting across borders Identify and manage unique policy issues to ensure compliance Analyze risk protection options


Session : AMC16-14523A
Intern Programs - How to Create a Positive Impact on Talent Mobility
Conference : Pacakge No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Rob Johnson, SCRP, SGMS-T Sr. Vice President, Client Services Altair Global Panelists: Debra E. Gilstrap, CRP Relocation Specialist The Boeing Company Marisa Johnson Global HR Manager Textron
  • This dynamic session will provide a robust overview of strong intern programs that meet the needs of talent mobility in today's competitive work environment. Whether you are creating an intern program, assessing a program's attributes and realities, or determining the value of intern programs within an organization from a talent mobility perspective, this session is for you. Audience: Corporate/HR professionals and relocation management company representatives
  • Learning Objectives: Recognize the basics of creating an intern program Explore the attributes and realities of the program Examine the value of intern programs to talent mobility within an organization


Session : AMC16-14525A
Appraisal Challenges in the Americas
Conference : Pacakge No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Paul Dyckes, MAI, SRA President Dyckes Realty Advisors Panelists: Thomas E. Allen, SCRP Appraiser Thomas E. Allen Appraisals, LLC Bruce D. Greenberg Managing Director/Country Leader Duff & Phelps Jane McWilliams, CRP VP Business Development/Corp Mobility Julia B Fee/Wm Pitt Sotheby's Realty Jane Price AVP, Chief Appraiser PrimeLending, A PlainsCapital Company
  • Mexico/USA: how do we differ in valuations? What are the issues and hurdles in our industry? Are there different appraisal guidelines in each country...or are there many similarities? During this 60 minute session, our panel will attempt to clarify many of the misconceptions in the industry. Audience: Real estate appraisers and other real estate professionals
  • Learning Objectives: Gain market knowledge Achieve a better understanding of the appraisal industry in the different regions/countries Acquire clarity in the appraisal role/profession


Session : AMC16-14527A
Nosotros Somos Todos Americanos...pero...': Bridging the Cultural Differences of North, Central and South America
Conference : Pacakge No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Presenter: Dean Foster Principal DFA Intercultural Global Solutions, a Dwellworks Company
  • Managing the cultural complexities of the Americas - North, Central and South - is a critical skill for successful work both north and south of the Rio Grande. While sharing many similarities, the cultures of the Americas also represent vastly different perspectives on life and work: recognizing and understanding these differences can accelerate regional success, while ignoring or misunderstanding these differences can result in costly and painful missteps. Audience: All Conference attendees
  • Learning Objectives: Explore the major cultural work themes of the Americas Understand why these themes exist Gather important best practices for managing their impact in our daily work with each other


Session : AMC16-14529A
Smaller Teams - Leveraging Finite Resources to Maintain High Impact
Conference : Pacakge No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Vibeke Vadstein, CRP, GMS Vice President, Global Client Services Brookfield Global Relocation Services Panelists: Cecile Johnson, CRP, GMS Director, HR Customer Services & Global Mobility Phillips66 Becky Clark, CRP Relocation Supervisor Occidental Petroleum Corporation Sarah Shannon Sweeney, CRP, GMS Manager, Relocation CSX Transportation
  • As resources have become more scarce, companies have had to adjust how they work. In general, mobility teams are becoming smaller. Come listen to how global mobility leaders have implemented solutions that have helped them meet their objectives with fewer resources. Learn how others are addressing this issue within their own companies. Audience: All Conference attendees
  • Learning Objectives: Understand the current landscape of global mobility and its impact on resources Learn from the stories of session participants who have taken steps to meet the demands of smaller teams Discover through audience polling how others are addressing this issue in their companies


Session : AMC16-14530A
Successful Leadership Transformation Across Borders
AUDIO ONLY
Conference : Pacakge No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderators: Nancy F. Harmann, SCRP, SGMS-T Director, Relocation & Corporate Services Gardner, Realtors Panelists: Stephen Cryne President & CEO Canadian Employee Relocation Council (CERC) Cathy Loose Associate Partner Aon Hewitt Consulting Claus Hanspach Compensation Director, Global CoE PepsiCo Erin E. Koops, CRP Executive Vice President, Member Services Leading Real Estate Companies of the World
  • To successfully operate in a global environment, today's leaders need to be able to integrate multiple geographies, diverse cultures and generation differences. This global mindset enables leaders to address and embrace complexities while successfully responding with agility to crisis and opportunity. In this session, we will learn about leadership challenges in the respective Americas countries; how leadership style has transformed over the years; the experience of navigating the business and cultural environment and; overall leaders' perspectives on the key traits of a successful leader. Audience: Corporate/HR professionals and all others interested in this topic
  • Learning Objectives: Become aware of different leadership styles Recognize leadership challenges and commonalities across borders Identify key traits of a successful leader


Session : AMC16-14532A
U.S. Real Estate Trends and Topics for 2016
Conference : Pacakge No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Carol A. Kelly, SCRP, SGMS-T SVP, Corporate Relocation Services The Corcoran Group Panelists: Marc Krebs, CRP Relocation Director Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Diane Howard, CRP Vice President, Global Mobility & Client Services Relocation America International and Real Estate One Vicki L. Hamp, CRP, SGMS-T Regional Vice President, Corporate Real Estate Services Long & Foster Dana Winans, GMS Relocation Director Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate David Winans & Associates
  • This session, presented by RDC (Relocation Directors Council) members, will provide an overview of 2016 U.S. Real Estate indicators. Explore national and regional real estate results, statistics and projections in the areas of price trends, mortgages, inventory, job growth, rental trends and the impact of these trends on the mobility industry. Use this information to educate and counsel transferees as well as shape your relocation policies. Audience: Corporate/HR professionals, U.S. real estate professionals, and anyone working with the real estate market
  • Learning Objectives: Gain knowledge about the overall U.S. and regional real estate information and its impact on the mobility industry Use this knowledge to educate and counsel transferees Discover how to use this knowledge to shape relocation policies


Session : AMC16-14535A
Re-Imagine the Renter
Conference : Pacakge No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Becca Henry, CRP National Consumer Sales & Programs Specialist Penske Truck Rental Panelists: Jill Rush, CRP Director of Client Services Relocation Today, Inc. Michael Krasman CEO & Co-Founder UrbanBound Carol C. Joy, SCRP, SGMS Global Mobility manager & Immigration Manager Broadcom Ltd.
  • In today's competitive environment where the proportion of transferees who are renters is rising, this session will focus on best practices for giving renters what they need while being conscious of cost containment. You will learn how technology can play a key role in efficiently and effectively meeting deliverables. And you'll hear from speakers with experience in catering to this group of evolving transferees. We'll examine the hot question in our currently price-conscious atmosphere: Can you really do more with less? Audience: All Conference attendees
  • Learning Objectives: Analyze the role of managed lump sums for renters Examine technology options in the renter space Benchmark with your peers and discover best practices


Session : AMC16-14542A
Mobility in Mexico
Conference : Pacakge No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Presenter: Jack Fraind Vice President Latin America Dwellworks, LLC
  • Mexico is much more than just Mexico City! Mexico is one of the fastest growing economies in Latin America with thousands of new business opportunities in all sectors of the economy. Join us as we learn about not only the emerging markets in Mexico but also the established metros. From corporate housing and schooling availability, to infrastructure and areas of interest, join us as we learn about mobility in Mexico now, and how the country is preparing for the future. Audience: All Conference attendees transferring employees into Mexico
  • Learning Objectives: Explore where the major industry hubs are located Discover what relocation challenges- and misconceptions- await companies and relocating employees today Become familiar with the Mexico of the future


Session : AMC16-14545A
The Great Generational Debate - Bridging Generation Gaps in Today
Conference : Pacakge No Longer Available for Purchase
Speaker(s) :
  • Moderator: Rob Eames, CRP Account Executive Quicken Loans Panelists: Tyler Burns Account Manager AIRes Jim Carroll, SCRP, GMS-T Senior Manager, Global Mobility WestRock Company
  • Join in on this lively discussion about the differences between Gen Y and Baby Boomers. Today's organizations, regardless of size or business, are in the unique position of having employees that span multiple generations; each with its own perspectives, qualities and traits, and each shaped by the historical and cultural events of their generation. On one hand - demographically, politically, economically, socially, and technologically - the generations are more different from each other than at anytime in living memory, while on the other hand, Boomers and Millenials want the same things out of their careers. Join us as we compare these differences and similarities. Audience: All Conference attendees
  • Learning Objectives: Discover how Gen Y continues to differ from Baby Boomers Identify the difficulties of the two generations working together Evaluate what the different generations can learn from each other



     


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