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2016 International Conference High Potential Development and Recruiting Talent

Oct 31  Nov 01 2016 hr-minds.quadriga.eu

Berlin


2 DAYS Discover the newest strategies in talent management and recruiting in times of global change, digitalization and HR-automation. Stay in tune with the latest developments and ahead of the curve. Benefit from informal networking during designated conference breaks, our social evening dinner and extracurricular group activities in vibrant Berlin.

18 SPEAKERS Leading practitioners, thought-leaders and innovators from top organizations with challenges just like yours provide insights and direction. Use the opportunity to participate in interactive sessions conducted by experienced HR-professionals with clear learnings and take-aways.

2 TRACKS Talent Development meets Recruiting Talent. 8 case studies, 4 talks, 6 workshops, unlimited networking. We will talk about: talent management leadership programmes digital recruiting data analytics employer branding people analytics sourcing diversity hiring social media recruiting performance management talent retention career lifecycles corporate learning and organizational transformation.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Chief executives and chairmen Chief human resource officers HR Directors & Heads of talent Heads of HR functions Chief social responsibility officers Chief strategy officers Heads of diversity, equality and inclusion Analysts Academics


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Intro

The world is changing - and so is the global HR landscape. Automation meets talent gaps and future employees expect more than just old-fashioned incentives and fancy new job titles. The ability to attract, engage, develop and retain the globe’s top talent requires outside-the-box-thinking and realizing trends before they even scratch the surface. “HR MINDS – 2016 International Conference – High Potential Development and Recruiting Talent” provides answers to a wide variety of questions related to Human Resources. We’ll check the pulse of the international HR community, take a look at recent developments in contemporary human resources management and bring together leading HR practitioners and innovators to share their experience and jump-start the discussion. From people analytics to sourcing to social recruiting - from performance management to organizational transition to leadership programmes. Most importantly, this conference is all about you. Take the chance to meet your international peers and engage in interactive sessions with guaranteed hands-on character. While we cover the HR topics that really matter, we are staying true to what recruiters and talent managers around the world have always known: HR at its core is a people’s business, but no two people are alike. Show us your perspective. We look forward to seeing you in Berlin! Karin Helmstaedt Journalist / Presenter

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Day 1

Programme Overview MONDAY - OCTOBER 31 2016 9:00 am

Open Doors

09:45 - 10:00 am

Welcome and Introduction Karin Helmstaedt, Journalist & Presenter

10:00 - 10:30 am

Opening Note: Create insights and value through people analytics – the global people analytics journey of Nestle Ralf Buechsenschuss, Global HR Manager - People Analytics, Nestlé

10:30 - 11:10 am

Breakfast feat. speed-networking

Track 1 HIGH POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT Session I: Talent & Performance Management

Track 2 RECRUITING TALENT Interactive Session I

11:10 - 11:50 am

11:10 am - 12:30 pm

Best Case Talent programmes don’t work – What do we do?

Workshop 1 Social recruiting

Thomas Flensted Behrens, Head of HR, Siemens Healthineers Nordic & Baltic Countries

Kasia Borowicz, Social Recruiting Trainer, Lightness

Workshop 2 What if tomorrow everyone would be a recruiter? Patrick Cölle, Senior Sales Manager, Firstbird

11:50 - 12:30 pm Best Case Everyday Innovation – engaging employees to foster a culture of innovation

Workshop 3 Disruptive recruitment strategies in the New Tech world Hilary Klassen, Head of HR, simplesurance

Simon Hill, CEO & Founder, Wazoku

12:30 - 01:00 pm

Spotlight: The history of HRM. How an HRM industry was created Shaun Tyson, Emeritus Professor of Human Resource Management, Cranfield University

01:00 - 02:30 pm

Lunch

Interactive Session I

Session I: Sourcing & Data

02:30 - 03:50 pm

02:30 - 03:10 pm

Workshop 1 The future of performance management

Best Case Talent Acquisition: Praxeology 2.0 and HR communication

Pa Sinyan, Country Manager, Gallup

Workshop 2 More effective learning through digitization Mats Kristensen, Executive Learning Partner, Leadership Weekly

Workshop 3 Talent management reloaded Frank Gierschmann, Senior Manager, hkp/// group

03:50 - 04:30 pm

Coffee Break

04:30 - 05:00 pm

Spotlight: Future leadership skills

Angelo Ciaramella, Head Talent Acquisition / Active Sourcing & Employer Branding, Tamedia

03:10 - 03:50 pm Practice Report Using data to become an HR superstar Matt Buckland, Head of Talent and HR, LYST

Angela Gallenz, Human Resources Manager , H&M Germany

from 06:30 pm

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Halloween Dinner


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Day 2

TUESDAY - NOVEMBER 1 2016 9:00 am

Open Doors

09:45 - 10:00 am

Welcome and Introduction Karin Helmstaedt, Journalist & Presenter

10:00 - 10:30 am

Opening Note: HR’s relationship to corporate affairs Aykan Gulten, Human Resources Director, Coca-Cola Icecek (CCI) Turkey

10:30 - 11:10 am

Coffee Break

Track 1 HIGH POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT Interactive Session II: (Repeat)

Track 2 RECRUITING TALENT Session II: Social Recruiting & Diversity

11:10 - 12:30 am

11:10 - 11:50 am

Workshop 1 The future of performance management

Best Case Intercultural competence makes media relevant

Pa Sinyan, Country Manager, Gallup

Marianne Mikkelsen, Diversity Adviser NRK Strategic Division, The Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK)

Workshop 2 More effective learning through digitization Mats Kristensen, Executive Learning Partner, Leadership Weekly

Workshop 3 Talent management reloaded Frank Gierschmann, Senior Manager, hkp/// group

12:30 - 01:30 pm

11:50 - 12:30 pm Best Case Social and agile recruiting: An introduction Barbara Wittmann, Director Talent Solutions DACH, LinkedIn

Lunch

Session II: Leadership & Transformation

Interactive Session II (Repeat)

01:30 - 02:10 pm

01:30 am - 02:50 pm

Best Case Organizational and people development in transformational change

Workshop 1 Social recruiting

Anna Laine, Vice President, Organization and Talent Development, Posti Ltd / Finland

Workshop 2 What if tomorrow everyone would be a recruiter? Patrick CĂślle, Senior Sales Manager, Firstbird

02:10 - 02:50 pm

Workshop 3 Disruptive recruitment strategies in the New Tech world

Journey Report Agile ways of working Felicitas von Kyaw, VP Human Resources, Vattenfall

02:50 - 03:00 pm

Kasia Borowicz, Social Recruiting Trainer, Lightness

Hilary Klassen, Head of HR, simplesurance

Sum Up and Farewell Karin Helmstaedt, Journalist & Presenter

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MONDAY - OCTOBER 31 2016 09:45 - 10:00 am

Welcome and introduction

10:00 - 10:30 am

Create insights and value through people analytics – The global people analytics journey of Nestle

OPENING NOTE

Ralf Buechsenschuss Global HR Manager – People Analytics, Nestlé

The people analytics journey of the Nestle Group and how Nestle established people analytics globally to support senior leaders and fact based decision making through analytics in a global and highly complex environment.

10:30 - 11:10 am Session I

11:10 - 11:50 am BEST CASE

Breakfast feat. speed-networking Talent programmes don’t work – What do we do? Thomas Flensted Behrens Head of HR, Siemens Healthineers Nordic & Baltic Countries Classic talent management, and especially talent programs, faces many challenges. In this session I will argue why classic talent management programs usually don’t work. A case from Siemens is presented, where the strategies of the company and the managers of the talents are deeply involved in order to secure benefits for both the talents and the company.

Session I

11:50 am - 12:30 pm BEST CASE

Everyday Innovation – engaging employees to foster a culture of innovation Simon Hill CEO & Founder, Wazoku

An innovative organisation has an engaged, productive workforce. But there is no silver bullet for creating a culture of innovation – where innovation is a part of everyone’s job, every day: what we call EveryDay innovation. Using real-life stories, I will show you how to embed EveryDay innovation in your organisation - to inspire your workforce to develop their own talent, as the business grows. 4


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MONDAY - OCTOBER 31 2016

Choose your session Interactive Session I

11:10 am - 12:30 pm WORKSHOP 1

Social recruiting Kasia Borowicz Social Recruiting Trainer, LIGHTNESS

How can you use social media to create an exceptional candidate experience with a modest recruitment budget? Join us to discover ways to find candidates online, build engagement with your target audience and use your employer brand to boost your recruitment strategy. You will also learn about tools and tricks to help you save time and maximize results. Interactive Session I

11:10 am - 12:30 pm WORKSHOP 2

What if tomorrow everyone would be a recruiter? Patrick CĂślle Senior Sales Manager, FIRSTBIRD

The revolution of employee referral programmes is here. The workshop will address how to engage your employees and how to transfer your company’s network into a powerful recruitment engine.

Interactive Session I

11:10 am - 12:30 pm WORKSHOP 3

Disruptive recruitment strategies in the New Tech world Hilary Klassen Head of HR, SIMPLESURANCE In this workshop, we will explore how to recruit millennials and test our current strategies against the ones of the future. Could recruitment also take on a new design thinking approach?

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MONDAY - OCTOBER 31 2016 12:30 - 01:00 pm SPOTLIGHT

The history of HRM. How an HRM industry was created. Shaun Tyson Emeritus Professor of Human Resource Management

CRANFIELD UNIVERSITY This session discusses how an HR industry is being created as each new topic is added to the HR Managers’ lexicon. The implications for managers in the future are explored .

01:00 - 02:30 pm

Lunch

Choose your session Interactive Session I

02:30 - 03:50 pm WORKSHOP 1

The future of performance management Pa Sinyan Country Manager, GALLUP

How your company’s talent development approach can benefit from Gallup’s global findings on the opportunities to drive individual and organizational performance through a focus on personal development, on-going conversations and the fulfillment of emotional workplace needs. Interactive Session I

02:30 - 03:50 pm WORKSHOP 2

More effective learning through digitization Mats Kristensen Executive Learning Partner, LEADERSHIP WEEKLY

How can international businesses more effectively utilize technology in the digitized world to make sure that leaders and employees develop key competencies? What are the international trends and what does the future look like? What do YOU think will be the reality in your business in 3-5 years? Join this workshop to learn and be inspired - but also to share and inspire others. Interactive Session I

02:30 - 03:50 pm WORKSHOP 3

Talent management reloaded Frank Gierschmann Senior Manager, hkp/// group Talent management of the future has to embrace the opportunities of digitalization and leverage the ability of talent to manage itself. Starting with current challenges and trends, participants of this workshop will reimagine talent management practices across the employee lifecycle for today’s business environment.

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MONDAY - OCTOBER 31 2016

Session I

02:30 - 03:10 pm BEST CASE

Talent Acquisition: Praxeology 2.0 and HR communication Angelo Ciaramella Head Talent Acquisition / Active Sourcing and Employer Branding

tamedia What if finding the right talent is not about expensive employer branding campaigns and extensive active sourcing activities? Attracting and matching people and companies is pretty simple when you understand that every single person has individual and different motivation in taking a new step in tehir career. Praxeology 2.0 and HR communication are the basics for individual sustainable (mass) talent acquisition with success. Session I

03:10 - 03:50 pm PRACTICE REPORT

Using data to become an HR superstar Matt Buckland Head of Talent and HR, LYST

Practical examples of the application of data and analytics to add real world value to the HR and Talent Acquisition role.

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03:50 - 04:30 am

Coffee Break

04:30 - 05:00 pm

Future Leadership Skills

SPOTLIGHT

Angela Gallenz Human Resources Manager , H&M Germany

Within H&M Germany, five core tasks and five core competencies define the leadership skills of the future. Additionally, courage, awareness and empathy influence all our company’s divisions in a strong way.

Halloween Dinner

from 06:30 pm

Join us for the festive highlight of the first day of the conference and enjoy delicious food and drinks in a casual environment. You will have the opportunity to exchange and network with your peers in lively surroundings.

Dinner included

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TUESDAY - NOVEMBER 1 2016 09:45 - 10:00 am

Welcome and Introduction

10:00 - 10:30 am

HR’s relationship to corporate affairs

OPENING NOTE

Aykan Gulten Human Resources Director, Coca-Cola Icecek (CCI) Turkey

Would Public Affairs help us to attract and develop talent? Aykan will be talking about what he brings to the HR director role as an experienced Public Affairs Professional. How would a stakeholder engagement approach help HR professionals?

10:30 - 11:10 am

Coffee Break

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TUESDAY - NOVEMBER 1 2016 Choose another session Interactive Session 2

11:10 am - 12:30 pm WORKSHOP 1 - REPEAT

The future of performance management Pa M. K. Sinyan

Session 2

11:10 - 11:50 am BEST CASE

Intercultural competence makes media relevant

Country Manager Gallup

Marianne Mikkelsen

Interactive Session 2

The Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) has a goal to hire more employees with multicultural skills. To be able to play its important role in the democratic society, public media must reflect the population. A diversity strategy and a trainee project are the tools NRK use to achieve its goal.

11:10 am - 12:30 pm WORKSHOP 2 - REPEAT

More effective learning through digitization Mats Kristensen Executive Learning Partner Leadership Weekly

Interactive Session 2

11:10 am - 12:30 pm WORKSHOP 3 - REPEAT

Talent management reloaded Frank Gierschmann Senior Manager hkp/// group

12:30 - 01:30 am

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Diversity Adviser NRK Strategic Division The Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK)

Session 2

11:50 am - 12:30 pm BEST CASE

Social and Agile Recruiting: An Introduction Barbara Wittmann Director Talent Solutions DACH LinkedIn Social recruiting is gaining traction. Companies increasingly recognize that the ‘post and pray’-mode no longer works. As a result, the search for employees locally but also abroad has intensified and new methods such as social and agile recruiting are becoming increasingly important to HR departments. In my presentation, I will show you the advantages of social recruiting, how to champion those concepts internally and, as a consequence, hire the top talents you are looking for.

Lunch


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TUESDAY - NOVEMBER 1 2016 Choose another session

Session 2

01:30 - 02:10 pm

Interactive Session 2

BEST CASE

01:30 - 02:50 pm

Organizational and people development in transformational change

WORKSHOP 1 - REPEAT

Social Recruiting Kasia Borowicz Social Recruiting Trainer lightness

Anna Laine Vice President, Organization and Talent Development Posti Ltd / Finland Posti aims as a company to be the number one choice for its customers as the provider of postal and logistics services in 2018. Extensive shift from a more traditional to a customer-focused company requires holistic strategy and development of company culture and how people and performance are lead. Agility, continuous learning and resilience are key to success.

Interactive Session 2

01:30 - 02:50 pm WORKSHOP 2 - REPEAT

What if tomorrow everyone would be a recruiter? Patrick CĂślle Senior Sales Manager firstbird

Session 2

02:10 - 02:50 pm

Interactive Session 2

JOURNEY REPORT

01:30 - 02:50 pm

Agile ways of working

WORKSHOP 3 - REPEAT

Disruptive recruitment strategies in the New Tech world

Felicitas von Kyaw VP Human Resources Vattenfall New ways of working are needed: In times of constant, fast and disruptive change agile structures and adaptive behavioral patterns become mission critical success parameters for business. A sneak preview to Vattenfall’s approach of agile working.

02:50 - 03:00 pm

Hilary Klassen Head of HR simplesurance

Sum Up And Farewell Karin Helmstaedt Journalist & Presenter

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Speakers Karin Helmstaedt Journalist PRESENTER

Kasia Borowicz Social Recruiting Trainer Lightness

Matt Buckland Head of Talent and HR lyst

Ralf Buechsenschuss Global HR Manager People Analytics Nestle

Angelo Ciaramella Head Talent Acquisition / Active Sourcing & Employer Branding tamedia

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Karin Helmstaedt, a Canadian native, is an award winning journalist, writer, culture correspondent, producer and presenter. Her work includes Deutsche Welle-TV. Karin represented Canada’s national swim team, and studied Physical and Health Education and Literature in Toronto and Montreal before moving to Paris, where she studied French Literature at the Sorbonne. She currently resides in Berlin and hosts events all over Europe. Kasia Borowicz works as Social Recruiting Trainer for Lightness, an employer branding consultancy in Poland. She started in recruitment using social media to identify candidates online, she’s worked in a number of industries from investment banking to startups. She’s also gained broader HR experience as a Head of Talent for a startup incubator in London.

Matt has over 13 years experience in recruitment and selection for a variety of businesses and industries across the world. Whilst currently leading the Talent team at Lyst, he has also led teams at Bloomberg, ThoughtWorks, Getco, Criteo and Facebook. He was recently named as one of LinkedIn UK’s Power Profiles and is the onscreen expert in an upcoming BBC 2 TV show about the application of new thinking in recruitment to traditional businesses. Ralf Buechsenschuss is an experienced People Analytics Manager. He started his career in Finance / Internal Audit before moving to HR to drive the Analytics journey. Ralf holds a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration (Open University of London / Cooperative State University of Stuttgart) and a MBA in Global Management (IE Business School, Spain). He has a broad experience in HR Strategy, HR Transformation and People Analytics.

Angelo is in the business since 2007 and well experienced in the whole chain of state-of-the-art Talent Acquisition. That includes Active Sourcing, Candidate Experience, Relationship Management and Employer Branding out of one hand, strategically and hands-on. His approach is based on the science of praxeology and a highly service oriented HR communication. His mantra: Attract by knowing the talent’s needs, not only what an employer has to offer.


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Patrick Cölle Senior Sales Manager Firstbird

Thomas Flensted Behrens Head of HR Siemens Healthineers, Nordic & Baltic Countries

Angela Gallenz Human Resources Manager H&M Germany

Frank Gierschmann Senior Manager hkp/// group

Aykan Gulten Human Resources Director Coca-Cola Icecek (CCI) Turkey

Patrick Cölle has worked in sales for almost 6 years. After a job in a small marketing company he got into the startup world. Working for a FinTech Startup brought him to the Microsoft Accelerator Programme 2014 in Berlin. There he met his current co-workers of Firstbird. He is with Firstbird since May 2015.

For more than 10 years Thomas has been working with Human Resource Development. He is especially passionate about employee and leadership development and performance and talent management. He is an experienced leader and has been leading a number of HR organizations at Siemens in Denmark. Since March 2016 he has been Head of HR at Siemens Healthineers in the Nordic & Baltic Countries.

Angela Gallenz studied business management and started as a H&M store manager in 1995. In 1999 she moved to area manager. Since 2007 she has been working as an HR Manager for H&M Germany.

Frank Gierschmann is a former executive and talent management leader for various global market leaders. Today, he advises organizations in the area of talent and performance management both as subject matter expert and facilitator of project teams and decision makers. Frank Gierschmann is an industrial psychologist and holds an MBA in General Management.

Aykan Gülten is Human Resources Director at Coca-Cola Icecek (CCI) Turkey. He joined CCI in 2009 as Corporate Affairs Manager. Aykan lead stakeholder engagement, government affairs, crises management and CSR initiatives as well as sustainability reporting practices and served as CCI Turkey Corporate Affairs Director until he moved to HR Director role in 2016. Aykan has a Management Engineering degree from Istanbul Technical University and MA in Business Law from İstanbul Bilgi University. He started his career in PriceWaterhouse Coopers and worked for Nike European Headquarters for 7 years before joining CCI.

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Speakers Simon Hill CEO and Founder WAZOKU

Hilary Klassen Head of HR simplesurance

Mats Kristensen Executive Learning Partner leadership weekly

Felicitas von Kyaw Vice President HR Vattenfall

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Simon, an innovation leader and expert, is CEO and founder of innovation software company Wazoku. He is an active author, blogger and speaker on topics relating to collaborative innovation, crowdsourcing, co-creation, interpreneurship and more. His expertise has been recognised extensively, being awarded the prestigious title of Guardian SME Leader of the Year 2014 and noted as a Top 15 influencer in crowdsourcing both in 2013 and 2014. He is also an Angel Investor and advisor to several B2B and B2C early stage tech businesses.

Hilary Klassen is currently Head of Human Resources at simplesurance. Her career has spanned the airline, management consulting, adtech and insurtech industries. She’s also started her own business, is a co-founder of a secret HR society and an active mentor in new tech. American born, with a passion for all things international, she’s lived in Europe and traveled globally for the past 12 years. Her motto: positively changing the perception of the HR function to help shape the future of work.

Mats has a Master of Management from the Nor­ wegian Business School, specializing in leadership development, HR and performance management. He also has a Bachelor in Leadership from the Military Academy. He has over 10 years’ experience in international business after 9-year career as a military leader. He has extensive experience within the full breadth of HR and solid experience as a facili­tator of learning, both face-to-face and on virtual platforms.

Felicitas von Kyaw is Vice President HR at Vattenfall (Business Area Customers & Solutions located in Nordics and Continental Europe). Prior to this she was Corporate Vice President Organizational Development & Change at Vattenfall Group in Stockholm and Head of Change Management Practice at Capgemini Consulting. She has a diploma in Economics and is a certified Coach.


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Anna Laine Vice President, Organization and Talent Development Posti Ltd / Finland

Marianne Mikkelsen Diversity Adviser NRK Strategic Division The Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK)

Pa Sinyan Country Manager gallup

Shaun Tyson Emeritus Professor of HR Management Cranfield University

Barabara Wittmann Director Talent Solutions Linkedin

Anne is an HR professional with extensive experience on or­ganizational and people development from various companies and industries. She specialized in change management and transformational changes during her years as a management consultant. Anna is currently working as Vice President, Organization and Talent Development at Posti in Finland.

Former journalist and editorial leader who has been working with multicultural programming and recruiting for two decades. The leader of a trainee programme for journalists with intercultural competence and the project leader of the diversity strategy in NRK. MA in journalism (2009).

Pa M. K. Sinyan is Country-Manager Germany at Gallup. In his role, he supports global clients to drive behavioural change across their organisations. Pa leverages Gallup’s cutting-edge insights in the science of behavioural economics and decision-making to support leaders and consult them on structural and behavioural interventions to better engage employees, customers and suppliers. Dr. Shaun Tyson is Emeritus Professor of Human Resource Management at Cranfield University, UK, having retired after 27 years there as a professor, including roles such as Director of the Human Resource Research Centre, and Dean of the Faculty. He previously held senior HR positions in manufacturing and service industries for 11 years and in the public sector for 5 years. He was a Visiting Professor at the University of Paris for five years, and is currently a Visiting Professor at Westminster University. He has published 25 books and numerous articles. Barbara Wittmann, Director Talent Solutions, leads the business development of the world’s largest business network in the German-speaking regions and is a member of the leadership team of LinkedIn Germany, Austria and Switzerland. She previously served as Senior Vice President of Sales and Operations at ImmobilienScout 24 and held several management, business development and sales positions at Dell, adding up to more than 20 years of experience.

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HR-MINDS 2016 International Conference General topics Social recruiting Active sourcing Diversity hiring Talent acquisition Digital recruiting

Performance management Talent programmes HR leadership Organizational transformation Employee engagement

People analytics Leadership development Agile recruiting HR history HR and Corporate Affairs

REGISTRATION AND PRICING Please find here an overview of the registration options for the 2016 HRMinds Conference, taking place in Berlin, October 31st until November 1st. Please register online

EARLY BIRD RATE UNTIL OCTOBER 7TH Reduced conference fee 990 Euro*

REGULAR REGISTRATION AFTER OCTOBER 7TH Conference fee 1190 Euro*

* Prices do not include VAT; included in the participants fee is access to all parts of the conference programme, as well as to the dinner reception.

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LOCATION Quadriga Forum HR MINDS – 2016 International Conference – High Potential Development and Recruiting Talent will be held at the Quadriga Forum in Berlin. Located within walking distance from Berlin’s most important attractions, Quadriga Forum offers modern business and meeting rooms suitable for any occasion. Quadriga Forum Werderscher Markt 13 / 15 10117 Berlin - Germany www.quadriga-forum.de/en

TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1. Cancellation Please note that all cancellations should be in written form. If a previous booking is cancelled and no replacement participant can be found, the following cancellation charges will be incurred: • Cancellation 31 days or more before the event takes place: no charge • Cancellation between 14 days and 31 days before the event takes place: 50% of total price • Cancellation less than 14 days before the event takes place: 100% of total price 2. Cancellation and changes Quadriga reserves the right to cancel or to reschedule seminar locations or times, or to arrange a substitute instructor if this is absolutely necessary due to there being less than six participants, an unforeseen problem with the instructor, or other unforeseen reasons which are out of the control of Quadriga. In these cases, Quadriga is not required to compensate travel or accommodation costs, loss of working time, or other damages, and in other cases, only when there is gross negligence. If relocation

is not reasonably possible for the participant, then (s)he is entitled to cancel the booking immediately and free of charge. 3. Place of Jurisdiction Berlin. Registration The registration fee includes participation in the programme, all conference documents, and dinner and lunch buffets, as well as coffee breaks. Travel expenses and accommodation are not included. A booking confirmation and an invoice will be sent to you after registration. Please remember to include your name in the reference of the transaction when making a payment. As the number of participants is limited, please be aware that your registration is only valid after receiving a booking confirmation. Please feel free to contact us should you not receive a booking confirmation within 24 hours. I agree with Quadriga Akademie Berlin GmbH Terms and Conditions available on hr-minds.quadriga.eu/gtc

CONTACT Matthias Gutschmidt Head of HR-Minds matthias.gutschmidt@quadriga.eu Phone: +49 (0)30 84 85 91 27

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