This fall’s Symposium features presentations and panel discussions from HBS Professor William Kerr, The Muse’s Kathryn Minshew, NAE’s Hanna Siegel and more
Envoy Global is bringing its Global Talent Symposium (GTS) to the East Coast for the event’s second installment this year. Originally held in San Francisco earlier this spring, the inaugural event brought together over 150 attendees for a day of insightful discussions about everything from global mobility and talent analytics to the future of work. This fall’s Symposium will be held Wednesday, Nov. 20, in Midtown’s iconic Lipstick Building.
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What is GTS?
GTS is a half-day event that brings together business, public policy and human resources thought leaders from around the country to discuss global talent strategy and the future of work. Sessions will cover everything from immigration policy to how leading companies are adapting their talent acquisition strategies to meet the changing political landscape.
Understanding and harnessing global talent in our organizations and communities is critical to competitiveness in the 21st century. Attendees will leave GTS with practical strategies for building high-impact global teams and a list of best practices that have been implemented by some of the country’s leading companies.
Who should attend?
GTS is open to all business professionals, but the content is strategically geared toward HR executives, global mobility professionals, talent acquisition leaders and human resources strategists. More on who should attend is available here.
What’s on the agenda?
This fall’s event will have four distinct sessions featuring a robust lineup of panelists ranging from The Muse’s Kathryn Minshew to Harvard Business School Professor William Kerr. Head to the GTS website to learn more about the impressive lineup of speakers.
The countdown is on and we hope to see you in New York for the second installment of GTS! Purchase your early-bird tickets today through the GTS website before prices increase Sept. 11.
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