The Future Talent SummitGlobal thought leadership on talent strategies in a changing world
27-28 June, 2016
A WAVERING TALENT LANDSCAPE. Fewer students are graduating with the skills needed for economic growth. And many countries are now confronted with significant talent shortages.
PwC reports that 73 percent of CEOs see availability of skills as a key business threat.
With talent supply being more business critical than ever, global talent attraction and the use of innovative solutions to reach potential employees is now on the agenda. The Future Talent Summit will bring together university leaders, private and public sector executives, and incubators to discuss the future of global talent attraction:
вЂњHow will we connect talent to their future employers?вЂќ
The Future Talent Summit 2016 is a 2-day event with an intimate format for better networking and dialogue between its selected audience. Among the key focus will be the continuous discussions from the World Economic Forum on the Fourth Industrial Revolution and its impact on the future of work.
Stakeholders will uncover synergies on how to nurture and boost talent development strategies globally. The summit is by invitation only, and offers attendees the opportunity to network and discuss trending topics. To be elaborated on, will be the fourth industrial revolution and its impact on the future of work, as discussed at the World Economic ForumвЂ™s annual meeting.
June 27-28, 2016
What is the future in Recruitment, Education and innovation ?
How will Tech Startups and Global Employers compete for future talent? Who will win вЂ“ and why?
How can Universities and Employers collaborate better in preparing future talent?
Closing the Skills Gap with a Talent Supply Chain . How can you prepare for the virtual, digital and on-demand workforce?
How Employer Branding and Talent Strategies will evolve over the next 10 years.
What will the Global workforce and Talent Shortage look like in the next years?
Differentiating Your Brand to Prepare for Gen Z
How will Globalization and Digital transformation affect the Future of talent?
Professor & Director
National Chiao Thung University, Taiwan
Stockholm Innovation & Growth, Sweden
KAUST, Saudi Arabia
President & CEO
LACI, United States
Former Swedish Secretary of Labor
Global VP of Strategy
Bersin by Deloitte
Great Place to Work
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) Portfolio
University of Woolongong, Australia
University of Cape Town, South Africa
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Assistant VP & Executive Director
Director - Center for Career Development
Director - Center for Career Opportunities
Director, Career Center
University of California, Berkeley
Director of External Relations
NYU Stern School of Business
Senior Associate VP and Director
Rochester Institute of Technology
Career Service Network Germany (CSND)
Chair of AGR
Association of Graduate Recruiters of the UK
Associate Dean and Managing Director, Office of Career Services
University of Maryland Smith School of Business
Associate Professor, NUS Business School
National University of Singapore
Dean and Cornell Professor of Free Enterprise
University of Virginia, McIntire School of Commerce
Goizueta Business School, Emory University
Research from Universum details what this generation seeks from future jobs and which employers they most want to work for.
The 2016 Announcement will take place on Day 1 at The Future Talent Summit in partnership with CNN Money.
The Future Talent Summit invites organizations with shared goals to contact us to discuss potential partnership and sponsorship opportunities.
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