Mar 10, 2015 - Mar 11, 2015
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The ICEDR Emerging Talent Leaders Program-Latin America is hosted by FDC - Fundação Dom Cabral
. Sponsor companies may send 4 participants.
Partner business schools may send 1 participant
Companies have come to believe that the best way to achieve competitive advantage is through leveraging human resources strategically. The key question is: do your organization’s high potential HR professionals have the strategic thinking skills, action orientation, and business acumen required to help your company achieve its objectives now and into the future? Do your rising HR executives understand what it will take to manage talent in the third decade of the 21st century? The ICEDR Emerging Talent Leaders Program—Latin America has been created to help your organization develop these critical capabilities in your next generation HR professionals.
Sample Program Topics
- New trends in human development: The future of HR
- Talent management as a key challenge for companies in a new context
- Shaping the future: What have Latin American companies been doing to prepare for new times in talent management?
- Renowned faculty present their most recent thinking and lead participant discussions
- Senior corporate HR and line executives from leading companies present examples of HR effectiveness
- Facilitated peer discussions and back-home action planning
- Understand cutting edge practices in talent management at multinational companies based in Latin America and "Multilatinas" - companies from Latin American countries with operations in other countries in the region
- Learn about new trends in talent management and the future of HR
- Discuss the challenges of managing talent in the third decade of the 21st century
- Create strategic learning plans that support your company's competitiveness objectives
Who Should Attend
Sponsor companies may send 4 participants. Partner business schools may send 1 participant.
The ICEDR Emerging Talent Leaders Program—Latin America is intended for individuals who are, for example:
- A Regional HR head or one or two moves away from the top HR job in their region
- Head of the HR function for a business unit
- Global HR Directors, responsible for a component of the corporate HR operation worldwide
- At a career midpoint, with about 10 years of experience in HR
- Head of Executive Education for a leading business school
Founder & President, ICEDR & Senior Lecturer in Organizational Effectiveness, MIT Sloan School
Douglas A. Ready is a professor at MIT’s Sloan School of Management and is the Founder and CEO of the International Consortium for Executive Development Research (ICEDR), a premier global HR talent academy for nearly forty world-class companies and more than twenty-five top-tier business schools. For more than two decades, Doug has been bringing together many of the world’s best companies and business schools to share innovations and excellent practice in talent, leadership and strategic change.
Doug is considered one of the world’s leading authorities on strategic talent management and executive development. He is the author of many highly popular Harvard Business Review articles including “The Power of Collective Ambition,” “The Hallmarks of a Game-Changing Talent Strategy”, “Are You a High Potential?” “Make Your Company a Talent Factory,” “Winning the Race for Talent in Emerging Markets,” and “How to Grow Great Leaders.” He is also the author of several acclaimed MIT Sloan Management Review articles including: “Developing the Next Generation of Enterprise Leaders”, “Enabling Bold Visions,” “Leading at the Enterprise Level,” “How Storytelling Builds Next Generation Leaders,” and “Why Leadership Development Efforts Fail.” His writings have also appeared in the Financial Times, Business Strategy Review, Fortune and The Wall Street Journal. In 2008 he received the highly coveted Marion F. Gislason Award for excellence in the field of leadership and executive development. In addition, Business Horizons recognized Doug as one of the world’s Leadership Gurus. Doug has been named multiple times to Thinkers50, the premier ranking of the world’s top thought leaders.
Doug is an active advisor to CEOs and top executive teams around the world on developing companies’ enterprise leadership teams and implementing strategic and cultural change. He has worked with senior leaders at Hess Oil, RBC Financial Group, HSBC, Four Seasons, PricewaterhouseCoopers, LG Group, Ford Motor Company, Continental AG, Samsung Group, United Technologies and the United States Federal Reserve, among others.
Prior to serving as Senior Lecturer at MIT Sloan, Doug taught at UNC’s Kenan-Flagler Business School and London Business School. He earned his Masters in Management from Harvard University and the PhD from Cranfield University in the UK.
Human Resources Director - Brazil and LatAm, Danone Medical Nutrition
Camille is Human Resources Director for Danone Medical Nutrition Brazil & LatAm, based in São Paulo. He joined the Danone Company in 2004 in Danone's central HR team in Paris before starting an international HR career within Danone. He held various HR roles in the United-Kingdom, France and the United States before moving to Brazil & Latin America in 2013. Camille has a dual citizenship, French and Swedish. He holds a Master of Science in Business and Economics from the Uppsala University in Sweden.
Professor of Strategy and Innovation, Fundação Dom Cabral
Kip Garland is Professor of Strategy and Innovation at Fundação Dom Cabral. He is a renowned global consultant on innovation, with wide-ranging global experience in opening up markets. Kip is also the Founder and Director of Innovation of SEED, an innovation process consultancy. Previously, as Associate Director of Strategos, an American consultancy in Strategic Innovation, he led the implementation of a very successful innovation and transformation project at Brastemp/Whirlpool. He was the leader of several innovation projects in North and South America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East, focusing on the creation of approaches and structures that help companies to think and act differently to achieve better results.
As a presenter, he focuses on the importance of innovation as a main competitive advantage, through the generation of valuable insights and stimulating the creation of new business opportunities, aligning marketing, strategy, leadership and motivation to the innovation process.
Kip Garland is a prolific author with articles published in Harvard Business Review, Bloomberg Magazine, Gazeta Mercantil, Valor, Folha de São Paulo, Revista Exame, Você S/A, among others.
Education and Talent Management, Vale
Cíntia Magno is a human resources executive with over 13 years of extensive experience in training & development, talent management processes, and HR business partnering. Before joining Vale, Cíntia worked in the telecommunications and financial services sectors.
At Vale, she has led the following HR corporate processes: career & succession, education, and people development. Additionally, Cíntia took over a leading position at Vale’s fertilizer business in which she managed the HR planning, development, and HR processes areas. Currently, as a senior manager belonging to the Talent Management Directorate, she has been in charge of corporate education as well as recruitment & selection for Vale’s global operations.
Cíntia graduated in Psychology from the Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro and holds an Executive MBA degree from Dom Cabral Business School.
Professor of Organizational Behavior, Fundação Dom Cabral
Sigmar Malvezzi is Professor of Organizational Behavior at Fundação Dom Cabral and Professor at Instituto de Psicologia Universidade de São Paulo. In addition, he is Visiting Professor at Universidade Icesi de Cali, Colombia; Universidad de Belgrano, Argentina; and Universidad Tecnologica Nacional, Argentina. Previously he taught at University of Texas, Austin, USA, Universidad Del Valle, Colombia, Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey – ITESM, Mexico, Universidad de Puebla, Mexico, Universidade de Evora, Portugal, Lancaster University, England, Alliant University, USA, Université de Paris, Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal and Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, Argentina. He is a researcher in the field of Organizational Psychology and has supervised 71 theses and dissertations.
Sigmar Malvezzi has published numerous articles in magazines, book chapters, texts in large circulation newspapers and in journals, papers in conference proceedings and other technical publications in the fields of Human Resources, Organization, Work, Globalization, and Psychology.
He received his Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from the University of Lancaster, England and his Master and Bachelor Degrees in Social Psychology from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo.
Vice President of Human Resources, EMC Corporation
Richard Rosario is Vice President of Human Resources for EMC Corporation in Hopkinton, Massachusetts. With revenues of $21 billion and approximately 60,000 employees, EMC is the world's leading developer and provider of information infrastructure technology and solutions that enable organizations of all sizes to transform the way they compete and create value from their information.
Richard currently leads Human Resources for the Americas organization, supporting over 20,000 employees across this theatre. He also has responsibility for Latin America and Canada.
Richard has spent over twenty five years working in Human Resources in manufacturing, services and technology organizations. Richard joined EMC in 2002 as Director of Human Resources for Latin America and has since held a series of senior HR roles including VP Asia, Pacific and Japan (APJ), Senior Director Global Channels and Director for the New York/New Jersey Division. Prior to EMC, Richard was the Director of Human Resources Latin America/Africa for 3M Corporation/Imation. He also worked in the Global Rewards Group for Federal Express. He began his HR career with Westinghouse Electric Corporation in the Dominican Republic.
Richard holds an undergraduate degree in Industrial Psychology and continued with graduate studies in Human Management and International Business at St Thomas University. He also completed the Executive Leadership Program at IAE Business School in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Richard is originally from New York City and has broad international experience in Human Resources Strategic Management. He has resided in Singapore, Argentina and the Dominican Republic.
Dean for Marketing & International Affairs, Fundação Dom Cabral
Professor of Strategy, Fundação Dom Cabral
Paulo Vicente is a Ph.D in Administration, and Master in Public Administration from Fundação Getúlio Vargas, and a Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering from Instituto Militar de Engenharia.
He currently works as a full professor at Fundação Dom Cabral (FDC). He was Under-secretary of Planning from Secretariat of Planning and Management of the Rio de Janeiro State (SEPLAG-RJ) from 2007 to 2009. His professional experience includes the sectors of government, defense, aerospace, education and energy. He was a Brazilian Army Captain serving from 1990 to 2002.
As a professor he worked in ESPM, FDC, FGV, IBMEC, IME and PUC, and as consultant to BAT, IADB/BID, Petrobrás, Shell, and the US DoC. He has lectured in international courses for CKGSB, HULT, INSEAD, ISB, John Hopkins, Saint Gallen, Skolkovo and Vlerick. He participated in the Global Colloquium in Participant Centered Learning (GLOCOLL) in Harvard Business School in 2012.
He is a Fellow of the Strategic Planning society (SPS-UK) and Founder Member of the Strategic Management Forum. He is author of the book “Jogos de Empresas” (Business games) published by Pearson/Makron Books, and the e-book ‘Emerging Markets Report’ by AVEC Editora.
He won the Best marketing strategy prize given by Publicis, in the L’Oréal Marketing Award 2004 as faculty member. He was ranked 29th in the Best Business Professor Award promoted by The Economist Intelligence unit in 2012-13.
Cristina Aiach Weiss
Director, Latin America HR, Deutsche Bank
Cristina is a Director and Head of HR Latin America and HR Business Partner for Brazil.
Cristina joined Deutsche Bank in 2010 as Head of Human Resources and has been instrumental in the success of Latin America’s strategic people initiatives including culture transformation, leadership and talent management, compensation and benefits, and recruiting among others. The Human Resources Business Partners for Argentina, Chile, Mexico and Peru report to Cristina. Based in São Paulo, Cristina is a member of the Latin America Regional Executive Committee and joins the Americas Regional Human Resources Committee.
Her professional experience spans nine years at Merrill Lynch as Director for HR, Corporate Services and Communication for Latin America, four years at the Albert Einstein Health Care Holding as HR Executive Director followed by ING Bank as HR Director for Brazil.
She is a graduate in Business Administration specialized in Human Resources by the Fundação Getulio Vargas and Michigan University in the USA. She concluded her International Executive MBA at FIA‐USP.
For 2 years she was President of the People Management Strategic Group of the American Chamber of Commerce in Brazil. She is currently Member of the Board of Directors 2013/2015 of Multiprev Private Pension Fund, managed by MetLife in Brazil.
She is married with one young child and is currently writing a children’s book with the purpose of disseminating basic concepts of finance and work ethics. She travels to her mountain country house when possible, where she cultivates olives and therapeutic herbs.
Tuesday, March 10
8:15-8:45 Coffee and Registration
8:45-9:00 Welcome and Introduction
- Roberto Sagot, Dean for Marketing & International Affairs, FDC
- Joanne Hering, Director of Projects, ICEDR
9:00-9:30 Building a Game-Changing Organization
- Doug Ready, Senior Lecturer in Organizational Effectiveness, MIT Sloan School of Management, Founder & President, ICEDR
9:30-10:30 Large-Scale Global Competitive Trends
- Paulo Vicente dos Santos Alves, Professor of Strategy, FDC
10:50-11:50 Innovation & Competitiveness
-Kip Garland, Professor of Strategy & Innovation, FDC
11:50-1:00 Plenary Discussion
- Paulo Vicente, Kip Garland, and Doug Ready
2:00-3:30 Company Panel Presentation – Challenges and Implications for Organizations and Leadership Development
- Doug Ready
- Camille Alpi, Human Resources Director Brazil and LatAm, Danone Medical Nutrition
- Richard Rosario, Vice President Human Resources, EMC Corporation
4:00-5:00 Table Group Discussions
5:00-5:30 Plenary Discussion
- Paulo Vicente, Kip Garland, Doug Ready, & Company Presenters
5:30-6:30 Networking Reception at FDC
Wednesday, March 11
9:00-9:30 The Hallmarks of a Game-Changing Talent Strategy
- Doug Ready
9:30-10:30 Developing New Leaders for a New World
- Sigmar Malvezzi, Professor of Organizational Behavior, FDC
- Sigmar Malvezzi and Doug Ready
11:00-12:20 Company Panel Presentation - Talent Management Innovations
- Sigmar Malvezzi
- Cristina Aiach Weiss, Director Latin America HR, Deutsche Bank
- Cintia Magno, Education and Talent Management, Vale
12:20-1:00 Plenary Discussion
- Sigmar Malvezzi and Doug Ready
1:00-1:15 Closing Remarks
- Roberto Sagot and Doug Ready
The program will take place at the FDC Rio de Janeiro campus located in Leblon, in the south part of the city. The program will start on Tuesday, March 10 at 8:45 AM and end on Wednesday, March 11 at 13:15. Please plan your travel accordingly.
FDC - Rio de Janeiro Campus
Edifício R3X - Av. Afrânio de Melo Franco, 290
2º andar, Leblon
22430-060 - Rio de Janeiro (RJ)
+55 21 35138500
The FDC Rio de Janeiro Campus is about a 30-minute drive from both Galeão International Airport (GIG) or Santos Dumont Domestic Airport (SDU) (no traffic). It is easiest to take a taxi from the airport to your hotel or FDC. While they are more expensive than the yellow cabs, it is recommended that you use Cootramo radio taxi or Transcopass (US$65-80-prepay at booth in airport).
NOTE: Hotel reservations must be made by the participants.
FDC recommends the following hotels. At this time, no special rates have been negotiated for 2015 for any of the hotels below. We will update this information should it become available.
Marina Palace Hotel (.9 km) starting at 550 BRL
Av. Delfim Moreira 630, Leblon - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
55 (21) 3613-5150
Hotel Marina All Suites (1 km) starting at 1120 BRL
Av. Delfim Moreira, 696 - Praia do Leblon - Rio de Janeiro - Brasil
55 (21) 2172-1100
Everest Rio Hotel (1.7 km) starting at 450 BRL
R. Maria Quitéria, 19 - Ipanema, Rio de Janeiro - RJ, 22410-040
55 (21) 2525-2200
Caesar Park Rio de Janeiro Ipanema (1.8 km) starting at 815 BRL
Av. Vieira Souto, 460 - Ipanema, Rio de Janeiro - RJ, 22420-000
55 (21) 2525-2525
Miramar Hotel by Windsor (3.8 km) starting at 750 BRL
Avenida Atlântica, 3668 - Copacabana - Rio de Janeiro
Fone: (21) 2195-6200
JW Marriott Hotel Rio de Janeiro (4.7 km) starting at 1,200 BRL
Endereço: Av. Atlântica, 2600 - Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro - RJ, 22041-001
55 (21) 2545-6500
Comfortable, casual clothing is recommended for the entire program.
A continental breakfast buffet and lunch will be served daily near our meeting room at Fundação Dom Cabral. On March 10, we will have a reception on the campus for all participants immediately following the end of the program session. The reception will be informal, fun and important for networking with program faculty and participants. Everyone is strongly encouraged to attend. Note: If you have any dietary restrictions, please contact Jackie Dufault (email@example.com) ASAP so that we may make arrangements.
Building a Game Changing Organization
Doug Ready discusses Building a Game Changing Organization during this March 10, 2015 Emerging Talent Leaders Program in Brazil.
Building a Game Changing Talent Strategy
Doug Ready discusses Building a Game Changing Talent Strategy during the March 11, 2015 Emerging Talent Leaders Program in Brazil.
Large-Scale Global Competitive Trends
Paulo Vicente discusses Large-Scale Global Competitive Trends during this ICEDR Emerging Talent Leaders Program in Brazil, 2015.
Developing Your Next-Generation of Enterprise Leaders
Doug Ready discusses Developing Your Next-Generation of Enterprise Leaders during this 2015 Brazil Program.
Camille Alpi discusses the talent at Danone during this ICEDR Emerging Talent Leaders Program in Brazil, 2015
Innovation and Competitiveness
Kip Garland from FDC discusses Innovation and Competitiveness during this ICEDR Emerging Talent Leaders Program in Brazil, 2015.
Developing New Leaders for a New World
FDC Professor Sigmar Malvezzi discusses Developing New Leaders for a New World during this ICEDR Emerging Talent Leaders Program in Brazil 2015.
Final Participant List
Final Participant list for ICEDR's Emerging Talent Leaders Program - Latin America, March 2015.
Class photo from ICEDR's Emerging Talent Leaders Program - Latin America 2015.
Talent Mangement at Vale
Cíntia Magno discusses Talent Management at Vale during ICEDR's Emerging Talent Leaders Program in Brazil 2015.
Suggested reading from Professor Sigmar Malvezzi
During his session, Professor Sigmar Malvezzi mentioned a few resources you may find helpful.