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New Role of HR in
Automotive Industry
22nd & 23rd February 2007, Berlin
Hotel Concorde

Your prestigious
speaker panel

Find Your reasons
to attend

Maria Zepper, general Motors europe
HR Director, Sales, Marketing and Aftersales

The senior HR executives from automotive industry have
stepped up to become a business partner.
Their new role is to spread a culture of commitment and
flexibility in order to support business goals.

ivo Wetsels, toyota
Director Human Resources Group
& Toyota Academy Europe
Wilfried von rath, Volkswagen Coaching
Executive Director
Martin Jahn, skoda auto
Director Human Resources

See how HR executives from leading automotive
companies identified future leaders who are leading along
the winning path.
You will also learn how they managed to support the
production move to low-cost countries and retain the
talents in western factory locations at the same time.
The interactive discussions will uncover how to support
innovation activities and much more.

andrea Maserati, Fiat
Human Resources – Vice President Managerial Systems
Joachim sauer, Faurecia
Director HR Group Germany

Over the course of two days, you will be able to share
best practices and your outlook on the industry with
Hr experts from leading automotive industry
companies.

Find out about the future perspective of HR
management in automotive industry

John ireland, Federal Mogul
Director, Global Human Resources,
Vehicle Safety and Performance

Bring a culture of flexibility into the
organization

peter Zulehner, Magna international europe
Vice President Human Resources Europe
Michael Clarke, tenneco europe
Vice President Human Resources

learn about the new aspects of leadership in
the automotive industry
Boost the motivation
And much more…

amalia di stefano, Clepa – european association
of automotive suppliers, Director European Affairs
Mateja sedej, Ministry of labor, Family and social
affairs, slovenia, Undersecretary
Project HR Manager at the Automotive Cluster of Slovenia

Supporting Organization:

WHo Will attend?
MoBs, Presidents and Vice-Presidents, Heads, Directors
HR, Corporate Planners, Business Development Managers,
Senior Managers – HR, Organization, Talent Management,
Performance Management, Training and Development,
Compensation and Benefits

Media Partner:

Booking line: tel: + 421 258 252 731, fax: + 421 258 252 778

daY 1, February 22nd 2007
8:30 registration and Coffee
9:10 opening remarks from the chair

Quo Vadis automotive industry
9:20

securing growth, innovation and
employment in the automotive industry
KEY NOTE

• Situation of the European Automotive industry
• Restructuring, re-location and employment
• Life-long learning
• Skills enhancement
amalia di stefano, Clepa – european association
of automotive suppliers, Director European Affairs
10:00 Morning Coffee and networking

organizational design and development
in automotive
10:30

WORKSHOP

Boosting the motivation

Do you think you are doing enough to motivate your
employees? Are you using the right motivation tools?
Learn how to use proven techniques and apply them to
your organization.
• Define the motivational issues
• Find out about new techniques
• Apply them into real life
Michael Clarke, tenneco europe
Vice President Human Resources
16:00 interactive panel discussion
Suggested topics:
– Confronting changing markets
– Opportunities and threats for HR
– Investment in training as a key factor in maintaining
a competitive edge
16:40 Closing remarks from the Chair

the role of local employee needs
in global enterprises
• Facing the cultural difference and resistance
• Bringing the culture of flexibility – opportunities, needs and limitations
peter Zulehner, Magna international europe
Vice President Human Resources Europe
impact of workforce transfer
to organizational Culture...
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