Human Capital Europe: a digital edition to discuss emerging HR trends

Human Capital Europe

2020/11/17 | 663 words | AEROCONTACT | CAREER
Human Capital Europe: a digital edition to discuss emerging HR trends © Human Capital Europe

The second edition of Human Capital Europe, the international conference discussing human resources and the talents of today and tomorrow, will take place next November 26th. The current health situation compelled the organizers to redefine the event format: Human Capital Europe will be fully live-streamed, and so will the traditional Luxembourg HR Awards ceremony.

Renowned experts and innovative HR practices

For this second edition, many international and local experts answered the organizer’s call, Farvest, and confirmed their participation: they will therefore share their best practices, vision and expertise through a digital platform.

For the first time in Luxembourg, Katarina Berg (Chief Human Resources Officer, Spotify) will share her knowledge from Stockholm and discuss the HR practices and the importance of values at the heart of the strategy of the music industry giant: Spotify. 

The organizers also announce the participation of Thomas Moeller Lybaek, HR Process Innovation Director at LEGO Group. The HR leader will discuss the transformation - and especially the modernization - of the HR processes within the renowned Danish group. 

Alex Staniforth (Motivational Keynote Speaker, Author, Ambassador & Director of Mind Over Mountains), Claudia Kessler (Initiator of the 1st female Astronaut at Astronautin), Emmanuelle Joseph-Dailly (Author, keynote speaker, coach, lecturer), Michelle Mills-Porter (Expert in Human Behavior) and Richard Doherty (Senior Director, Solution Marketing, Workday) will also discuss several trendy topics such as skills development, talent management and employee experience.

A special focus on the transformation of human resources in Luxembourg 

During the event, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg will also be in the spotlight: Delphine Berlemont (Head of HR, ING Luxembourg) will share her experience and her vision of the evolution and even transformation of the HR sector from a local angle.  She will take part in a round table discussion with Thomas Moeller Lybaek. In order to discuss the concept of agility and its contribution in times of crisis, the organizers have invited Julian Troian (Adjunct Professor of Strategic Human Resources Management, Sacred Heart University). Afterwards, Matthieu Cisowski (HR Manager, CERATIZIT, and winner of the 2019 HR Manager of the Year award) will focus on motivation and commitment by working on the personal maturity of management. The organizers will also welcome Niharica Raizada, a Luxembourg actress with a career in Bollywood, who will speak in the morning and discuss her atypical career path.

Finally, the CEO of the company Social Seeder will also speak on the topic of employee engagement and how to increase it tenfold.

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A new digital experience and the historical Luxembourg HR Awards

Moreover, during the event, participants will still be able to virtually network and exchange with their peers, through the use of a digital platform, similar to the one created last September, at ICT Spring 2020. Available from all around the world, the platform aims at fostering business matches with the use of an algorithm, depending on the preferred sectors, industries and expertise.

Exhibitions areas, with innovative booths and unique visitor experiences, have also been key elements of Human Capital Europe (formerly known as HR One Gala) since its very first edition more than 15 years ago. Virtual booths will be available for the event partners, with the opportunity to directly engage with participants and present their innovative services, one device to another, through a live chat. Contact the team right now to enlist and highlight your latest innovations.

Finally, the event will go on with the traditional Luxembourg HR Awards ceremony, which, for once, will also be organized digitally and live-streamed. These awards aim at rewarding good practices as well as best local initiatives: a grand total of 8 awards will be distributed, including the "Extraordinary HR Support" prize, acknowledging the best project led in the current health crisis environment. More information on the Awards:

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