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ENP Forums 2017 (Click Title to View Details) Time Venue
5:00 pm – 7:30 pm UC Irvine’s Paul Merage School of Business,
4293 Pereira Drive, SB1-5200,
Irvine, CA, 92697
9am-10am Check-in - 10am-5pm Program with Lunch
5:30-8pm - AKA United Nations - Hosted Wine Reception
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business
601 Lexington Ave. 26th Fl.
New York, NY 10022,

Hosted Reception: AKA United Nations – 5:30pm-8pm
Apr
25
(CORE - OC) - 2017 Global Expansion, Technology and Talent Forum
Leveraging Your Strategy, Technology and Local Connections/Partnerships to Expand Globally
Details and Registration
8:30am-11:00am | 11:00am - 12 noon, global connections networking ENP at UCI Center for Applied Innovation
5141 California Ave
Irvine, CA
5:00pm-8:00pm ENP at UCI Center for Applied Innovation
5141 California Ave
Irvine, CA
8:30am-10:30am Regional Corporate Locations
8:30am-10:30am Regional Corporate Locations
8:30am-10:30am Regional Corporate Locations
8:30am-10:30am Regional Corporate Locations


Core
Mar
29

Women Building a Sustainable Competitive Advantage – From Professional Positions to the Board Room

Leveraging Your Talent at all Stages of Your Career

5:00 pm – 7:30 pm March 29, 2017 ( UC Irvine’s Paul Merage School of Business, 4293 Pereira Drive, SB1-5200, Irvine, CA, 92697 )



Leveraging Your Talent at all Stages of Your Career

Wednesday, March 29th, 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm (Includes hosted reception with lite bites and wine)

UC Irvine’s Paul Merage School of Business, 4293 Pereira Drive, SB1-5200, Irvine, CA, 92697

Hosted by UC Irvine’s, Fully Employed and Executive MBA Programs and the Executive Next Practices Institute

For Who: Successful and inspiring women leaders of public and private firms including business owners, entrepreneurs, corporate officers and nonprofit executives.

Why/ Purpose: Professional & educational development, networking and gain innovative ideas on how to accelerate and advance your career

In both formal and informal interactions, you’ll have the opportunity to explore best practices, share insights, meet and get to know other OC executives and spend time with a an exceptional group of seasoned businesswomen.

Keynote speaker:

Pamela James, UC Irvine, Executive Director of Campus Human Resources (CHRO)

Panelists:

Susan Howington, Power Connections, Inc., Founder and CEO

Melissa Beck, Big Brothers Big Sisters of OC and Inland Empire, CEO, EMBA ‘12

Shela Kaneshiro, Orange Coast Memorial Hospital, Chief Nursing Officer / VP of Patient Care Services, HCEMBA ‘14

Expected outcomes:

Identify how to leverage your skills and link them to leadership opportunities:

Develop a plan of action for your career or your next strategic move in or outside of your business or industry

Emerge inspired and reenergized with preparedness to inspire and lead yourself (your career) and others in your organization with lasting impact.

 

 

Core
Apr
6
NYC

Global Growth – Next Practice Strategies In Customer Experience, Talent & Transformation

Leading in an Ambiguous World

9am-10am Check-in - 10am-5pm Program with Lunch
5:30-8pm - AKA United Nations - Hosted Wine Reception April 6, 2017
( Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business 601 Lexington Ave. 26th Fl. New York, NY 10022, Hosted Reception: AKA United Nations – 5:30pm-8pm )



Special pre-event: Global Authors Book Signing, Speakers & Attendee Hosted Wine Reception- April 5  AKA Sutton Place 330 E 56th St, New York, NY 10022

Global CEOs, Top HR and Key Influencers share strategies

How to stay ahead and aligned in today’s fast changing markets, talent compression, regulatory shifts and technology disruptions. A fast paced, highly interactive collaboration among global leaders on emerging trends.

Featured presentations:

  • How to build a Global Customer & Client Centric Organization- the 8 key behavioral and operational dimensions
  • How to create a Culture that supports Innovation and Intraprenuership
  • 2020 – The Next Practices in Global Talent Development and Mobility
  • Staying ahead of Regulatory Shifts and leveraging Technology for Operational and Market Advantage

Current Speakers:

Mary Wadsworth Darby, Senior Director, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business Americas

Robert Horsley, Executive Director, Fragomen and Chairman Worldwide ERC

Sylvia S. Ehrlich, SCRP, President, Intrepid Relocation International

Hampton Dowling, Chief Operating Officer, HCB Group LLC

Jan Eckert, GLCC, Honeywell, Metlife Senior Executive

Chris Brown, CEO Market Culture, Author, Customer Culture Imperative (#1 Marketing Book Worldwide 2015)

Sean Gallagher, CEO of The Influence Success Company

Malia K DuMont, Co-President, COO Amur Finance, Brent Scrowcroft Center on International Security

Alexandra Taylor, Vice President, Global Mobility; Black Rock

Lynn Shotwell, Executive Director Council for Global Immigration

Attendees: C-suite leaders representing the offices of CEO, CMO, CFO, CIO, Trade association leaders, Chamber representatives, Business owners, Talent mobility leaders

 

Hosted Reception for registered attendees:
 
April 5th  Global Authors Book Signing and Wine Reception- AKA Sutton Place- 5:30pm-8:00pm
 
(Reception attendance is included in April 6 forum registration)
 

April 6th  Post event Wine Reception- AKA United Nations – 5:30pm-8:00pm

(Reception attendance is included in April 6 forum registration)

 

 

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Core
Apr
25
OC

2017 Global Expansion, Technology and Talent Forum

Leveraging Your Strategy, Technology and Local Connections/Partnerships to Expand Globally

8:30am-11:00am | 11:00am - 12 noon, global connections networking April 25, 2017 ( ENP at UCI Center for Applied Innovation 5141 California Ave Irvine, CA )



Who will attend:  Board members, CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, Top HR & Talent Professionals, Global Thought Leaders, Investors & Governmental Representatives

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There will be optional country and issue based breakouts formed as well the afternoon of April 25th at the UCI Innovation Center

Keynote Speakers:

United StatesRichard Ramsey, Walt Disney International, VP Human Resources

United StatesJohn F. Smith, President and Managing Director CXC Global Americas

ItalyMaurizio Quatra, Temporary Management & Capital Advisors Managing Partner

United KingdomCharles Wilson, Head of Commercial Sector Executive Interim, Penna PLC

 
Sample of Countries Represented and CEO Thought Leader Contributors
 

AustriaWalter Pfaller, P+P Interim Management GmbH Managing Partner

BelgiumPatrick Loest, Arrowstone Managing Partner

ChinaSimon Yan, Cornerstone International Group, Chief Executive

FranceGregoire Cabri-Wiltzer, NIMEUROPE CEO

GermanyThomas Sauer, AC Alpha Management GMBH, Board Member

PolandPiotr Golinski, CTER Executive Recruitment Managing Partner

The NetherlandsGertjan Van De Groep, Van de Groep & Olsthoorn

SpainJose Manuel Perez De Arrilucea, Global Management Task S.L. President and CEO

SwitzerlandUris Tanno, Managing Partner Top Fifty AG

TurkeyHayal Koc, Expertera Partner and VP of Sales & Business Development

United StatesPamela Wasley, CEO, Cerius

 

Key Topics to be covered in this highly interactive session:

  1. Global Big Picture – 2011-2018 Forecast-economics, growth stats and demographics. 
  2. Immigration Business Impact – changing dynamics in compliance.   
  3. The Global to Local Contingent Workforce – how companies will leverage interim executive and professional talent.
  4. Global Expansion Strategy – Middle Market Company CEOs telling their successes and failures of growing international.  
  5. Building a Global Digital Platform – how to leverage technology for strategic differentiation and efficiencies.
 
Speaker booking: Scott Hamilton, CEO, Executive Next Practices Institute
Sponsors:  Stephanie Winslow, Director Global Programs  info@enpinstitute.com
 
 

 

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Non-Member Registration:

Core
May
16
OC

Blockchain and the Implications for Business, Finance and Transactions

5:00pm-8:00pm May 16, 2017 ( ENP at UCI Center for Applied Innovation 5141 California Ave Irvine, CA )



The evening will be filled with education and take away actionable items.  It will start with a presentation addressing the following:

  • BlockChain fundamentals.
  • BlockChain in Healthcare, Fintech, & Insurance.
  • Can your company just monitor BlockChain from the sidelines?
  • How to lead your company’s transformation of current centralized operational and business models to distributed.
  • What does a BlockChain Discovery Group look like?

Current speakers:

Kang Hsu, QubeChain, LLC.

Rees Morgan, QubeChain, LLC.

Mr. Morgan is the founder of QubeChain, LLC. a SoCal incubated business focused around BlockChain.  He is a sought after speaker at conferences & events for over 30 years.  Working closely with ENP management, he has prepared a presentation specifically for ENP Institutes executive audience.  This is must attend event with actionable take away items for any executive.  Come and learn how BlockChain that is a distributed, trusted ledger architecture or system that, as the basis for new economic and business system design, is NOT a technology that will make today’s business operations better but will necessarily be the fuel for their demise.

Mr. Morgan graduated with BS in Computer Engineering followed by graduate studies at George Washington University. He began his employment career working for the CIA\Logicon in Langley Virginia followed by Microsoft Corporate in the late 1980s.  He first retired with his wife in 1996 just prior to his daughter being born followed by his son two years later.  In 1997 he, Founded Hudson Morgan Investments a private equity company with his partner Arthur Hudson.  Hudson Morgan Investments has made considerable investments in Technology, Real Estate Holdings, High-end home construction, Real Estate Development, Residential Real Estate Sales, Global Repair Parts distribution, Aviation, Staffing, Sports, and more.  Hudson Morgan Investments incubated QubeChain, LLC. In 2015 in its focus around the BlockChain ecosystem and is currently working in the Healthcare, Government, Consulting, and product development space.  He currently, and has in the past, held positions on several Board of Directors and Board of Advisor and has been the CIO of two publicly traded companies.

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Core
Jun
16
OC & LA

Revenue from Regulations Forum

8:30am-10:30am June 16, 2017 ( Regional Corporate Locations )



Information Coming Soon.

Core
Aug
5
SD

Recurring Revenue Forum

8:30am-10:30am August 5, 2017 ( Regional Corporate Locations )



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Core
Oct
14
OC & LA

Annual Next Practices in Healthcare

8:30am-10:30am October 14, 2017 ( Regional Corporate Locations )



Information Coming Soon.

Core
Dec
2
OC & Hawaii

TransPacific Trade and Technology Emerging Trends Forums

8:30am-10:30am December 2, 2017 ( Regional Corporate Locations )



Information Coming Soon.