Date - 22/11/2017
13:00 - 17:00
The Indian Danish Chamber of Commerce is very pleased to invite you to LM Wind Power’s Brand Center for a half-day seminar focusing on Global HR Strategies, Indian Work Culture and the theory of Cultural Intelligence.
We have an exciting agenda with inspiring speakers, who will introduce you to efficient and perhaps new or different ways of solving your HR challenges as you develop your organization in India. We are also pleased to introduce H.E. Ajit Gupte, the newly appointed Ambassador of India to Denmark, who will join us for the day.
You will get an exclusive opportunity to hear how LM Wind Power’s Global HR strategies and unique solutions in India have paid off in terms of employee engagement, retention, talent development and rewarded the company being #36 among the TOP 50 Great Places to Work Award for 2016-17 with consistent high employee satisfaction index for three years in a row. And how cultural, personal and professional differences are regarded as important drivers for innovation and development and not as factors that must be overcome.
For those who can spare an extra hour, we invite you to participate in an exclusive tour of the LM Wind Power Brand Center, where you can explore the company’s innovations and achievements using video, touch and feel examples as well as other interactive tools.
13:00 Tour (optional) at LM Wind Power Brand Center
14:00 Welcome Henrik Schurmann, VP at Danfoss, Chairman of Board, IDCC
14:05 Ambassador of India, Ajit Gupte
14:20 “How to build a great Place to Work?” Anette Papuga, Director, HR Global Functions, LM Wind Power
15:30 Theory of Cultural Intelligence and inspiration to build successful collaborative business relationships across borders. Bente Dyring, Managing Director, Dyring Consulting.
16:15 Closing & Networking
17:00 Thank you for today
The event is exclusively for IDCC-members or specially invited guests.
Location: LM Wind Power Brand Center, Vingen 1 , 6640 Lunderskov.
We look forward to seeing you. Please register here by 13th November.