Participate in a highly interactive program on Talent Attraction and Retention with award winning experts from around the world. Seize this unique opportunity to ask all there is to learn about this trending topic for companies, cities and regions. What makes your organization attractive and irresistible in the eyes of global talent?
Global Talent Competitiveness Index
Prof. dr. Bruno Lanvin, Executive Director at INSEAD developed the Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI). Whilst originally set up to compare countries, the Index now also ranks cities. A sneak preview will be given of The Hague / Rotterdam scores. Is a Top 10 ranking within reach?
Copenhagen is Nr. 1 in the Global Cities Talent Competitiveness Index (GCTCI) 2016. Director of Talent Attraction Copenhagen, Nikolaj Lubanski will share the formula for this success.
The perspective of global talent is voiced by Julia Taddei, lawyer with experience built up in Rio, London, The Hague…. and Vincent van de Poll, entrepreneur who just returned from 5 years in Silicon Valley, the world’s largest talent magnet.
Prof Bruno Lanvin |Executive Director – INSEAD’s Global Indices
Prof. Bruno Lanvin is the Executive Director of INSEAD, managing teams in Paris, Singapore and Abu Dhabi. Before joining INSEAD, he worked for the The World Bank. Bruno is a frequent speaker at high-level meetings and advisor of a series of companies and governments worldwide. At the CC 2017 he will show the impact of pushing the buttons of the Global Cities Talent Competitiveness Index and give guidance for the MRDH region to becoming a Global Talent Hub.
Nikolaj Lubanski | Director for Talent Attraction – Copenhagen Capacity
Driven by his passion to improve society through globalisation, Nikolaj has served a number of private and public institutes. He is the author of several books and publications on innovating talent attraction. Copenhagen took the Nr. 1 position in the GCTCI 2016 – how did they do that? Nikolaj beliefs in the power of sharing. In the war for talent, talent has won. In order to ensure talent to opt for a career in our part of the world, European metropoles are partners rather than competitor.
Julia Taddei | Brazil| Legal counsel
Julia Taddei is a legal counsel with 10+ year international legal experience in Rio de Janeiro, London, The Hague and Rotterdam. Her life-career is a showcase of global citizenship. Julia sees opportunities for city excellence to attract, grow and retain global talent.
Vincent van de Poll | NL | Growth Hacker
Vincent van de Poll, entrepreneur who just returned from 5 years living and working in Silicon Valley, the world’s largest talent magnet. Vincent is co-founder of Direct Impact a company helping companies grow their ebusiness. One of these companies is Lift: a The Hague based startup introducing an innovative matching tool providing career recommendations based on people’s Passion, Purpose and Potential.
ICP and partners join forces to create a winning talent attraction and retention climate for global talent in order to stimulate investments, innovation and employment in the MRDH region.