Sandrine has over 20 years of experience acquired in Rome, London, Milan, Paris, Turin, Dubai and Abu Dhabi. She spent these years specialising in International Compensation & Benefits at Philips, France Telecom, Sita, Apple, Microsoft, Fiat Group based out of Europe then in the UAE, at Majid Al Futtaim and Mubadala, leading Performance and Reward globally for these two prestigious regional organisations. Find details about her career, and connect with her on LinkedIn at : http://ae.linkedin.com/in/sandrinebardot. She is now offering specialised C&B training, consulting and keynote speaking services throughout the GCC and Asia. She shares hands- on, pragmatic approaches with her clients, ensuring that the projects will have immediate impact and business value and don’t remain “an idea on the shelf”. Through her exposure to multiple industries, countries and challenges, Sandrine learned how “good” Compensation & Benefits approaches support your company strategy, improve employee engagement and retention, and increase control over human capital costs. As part of her outreach to educate the HR community on these topics, she authors a blog, Compensation Insider.com, with over 260 articles published to date. She is also a regular speaker at HR conferences and private events in the region. To learn more about her services please go to: http://compensationinsider.com/products-and-services-overview/ Follow her on Twitter : https://twitter.com/CompInsider and Youtube : http://www.youtube.com/user/CompensationInsider Delivery style The whole training provides a small base of theoretical info where needed, but is more importantly based on Sandrine’s 20-year experience in the high-tech, telecom, retail, manufacturing, finance and real estate industries in Europe, the Middle East, Africa. As a result, it’s full of practical ideas, examples, and includes case studies/exercises. In a relaxed manner, she shares tricks and anecdotes to make it easy for participants to apply some of these concepts and new skills when they return to work. Sandrine encourages the delegates to participate (she likes to make it conversational, not like a grand lecture) and ask questions, share their situation…