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  • New York, New York: ChapmanCG’s Global HR Leaders HR Networking Series on Employee Engagement

    ChapmanCG and HR leaders from various industries recently teamed up in New York City to host a series of meetings to discuss Innovations in Employee Engagement. The events were hosted by Michelle Blieberg — Senior Vice President, Talent Management & Corporate Human Resources at Time Warner, Christine Sheehy — Managing Director, Regional Head, HR and Talent & Learning, Europe & Americas at Standard Chartered Bank, Tom Wilson — Head, Americas Talent Acquisition at Standard Chartered Bank Stuart Robertson – Vice President HR Global Corporate Groups at Coach, Inc., and Peter Warwick — Chief People Officer at Thomson Reuters. More than…

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  • Driving Change – the HR Transition from Management to Enablement

    In the second week of May, ChapmanCG’s China team visited Shanghai and Beijing for a series of HR leader roundtable sessions. Five meetings were co-hosted by Deutsche Bank, Goodyear, IBM, IHG, and Thompson Reuters, where over one hundred HR leaders from various industries gathered in different groups for sharing and discussion. The broad theme for this series was ‘Successfully Managing Change, Preparing China/Asia for the Future Workplace.’ Interestingly, the participants chose a number of different angles on the subject, from diversity to innovative sourcing strategies, and the flexible workplace to high potential talent development. As the discussions developed, a number…

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  • ChapmanCG Brings Rewards Leaders Together for Final Networking Session of 2014
    Hosted by: Thomson Reuters

    The Chapman Consulting Group recently brought together a key group of senior Compensation & Benefits professionals at the offices of Thomson Reuters in Singapore. This was the latest in our regular HR Leader networking sessions, held throughout the year. Jaslyn Koh, Global Rewards Partner for Thomson Reuters, co-hosted the group discussion for over 30 C&B leaders. Although a busy period for many, interest in this session was high, and we were pleased to welcome representatives from an impressive range of companies, including AIG, BHP Billiton, Bloomberg, Covidien, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Franklin Templeton Investments, GSK, Hilton, HSBC, Jones Lang LaSalle,…

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  • ChapmanCG Holds Global HR Leaders Meetings in London

    The Chapman Consulting Group held meetings of Global HR Leaders in London, U.K. The meetings were hosted by Microsoft and Thomson Reuters. The meetings were attended by a great group of participants, including representatives from Bloomberg, ED&F Man Holdings, Emerson, Genpact, McGraw-Hill, Moody’s, Nokia, Pearson, Pfizer, Standard Life, Tate & Lyle and Walgreens Boots Alliance Development.

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  • Five Tips for Moving to a Smarter "One World" Strategy

    Matthew Chapman, CEO of The Chapman Consulting Group, recently chaired our Global HR Leader meetings in New York, London and Zurich in September 2013. These Global HR Leaders groups, held twice a year, bring together some of the most senior HR leaders in the world who, as part of their global remit, have a large focus on emerging and high growth markets. Our September 2013 series was hosted in New York at Coach, Standard Chartered, Thomson Reuters, Millward Brown and Credit Suisse; Amcor and Zurich in Zurich; and McGraw-Hill and Bird & Bird in London. A hot topic of discussion…

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  • Thomson Reuters and Lend Lease Host APAC HR Leader Sessions in Sydney

    The Chapman Consulting Group (ChapmanCG) has hosted around 60 of Sydney’s highest potential Regional and Country HR Leaders at two separate sessions at Thomson Reuters and Lend Lease, yesterday. The sessions formed part of ChapmanCG’s quarterly Australian and Asia Pacific HR updates. Michael Vavakis, Group Head of HR, and Alex Christy, Group Head of Rewards, of Lend Lease, hosted the morning session at Lend Lease. The afternoon session, at Thomson Reuters, was hosted by Malcolm Dore, VP HR Global Growth Markets. ChapmanCG was represented by Felicity Gray, Director, and Matthew Chapman, CEO. Some of the observations from the sessions included:…

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  • Global HR Leaders Meet in on the U.S. East Coast to Discuss Emerging Markets HR and Talent Trends

    The Chapman Consulting Group co-hosted discussion groups on the U.S. East Coast for global HR Leaders last week. Sessions were held at the offices of GlaxoSmithKline (Philadelphia); Thomson Reuters (New York) and Credit Suisse (New York). These discussions focused on the latest HR and talent trends in Asia Pacific and other Emerging Markets, with China and India featuring heavily. Key topics were as follows: Increased Levels of Global Mobility of HR Talent HR Leaders reported that they are experiencing (and driving) a greater flow of talent around the world particularly to and from major emerging markets. It was noted that…

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  • Global HR Leaders Meet in London to Discuss Growth in Emerging Markets
    Hosted by: Thomson Reuters

    Global HR representatives from some of the world’s largest multinationals met at the London headquarters of Thomson Reuters for a dialogue on executing growth strategies in emerging markets. The session was jointly hosted by Organisation Solutions and The Chapman Consulting Group. The insightful research conducted by Organisation Solutions since 2007 includes data from seasoned global players such as Dell, General Electric, Japan Airlines, Johnson & Johnson, Intercontinental Hotels Group, Kraft Foods, Hewlett-Packard, Maersk, Mars, Standard Chartered Bank and UBS. During the session, HR Leaders looked at some of the key challenges to growth in emerging markets. These included the shortage…

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  • What Makes Good HR Managers into Great HR Leaders in Japan?
    Hosted by: Thomson Reuters

    The Chapman Consulting Group co-hosted its inaugural roundtable for Japan HR Business Partners last week at the headquarters of Thomson Reuters in Tokyo. The group enjoyed a lively discussion about the necessary skills and personal attributes that differentiates a good HR manager from a great potential future HR leader. Select Japan HR business partners from high-profile multinationals in the Financial Services, Consumer Goods, Retail, Industrial, Media, and Life Sciences sectors were in attendance. The group exchanged a number of personal experiences and opinions about their roles, and in particular focused on the changing nature of HR in Japan today. Being…

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