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Talent Management Day 2024 (Closed for sign up)

This conference will primarily be held in English except for the presentation from Emilia van Hauen, who will be the final speaker of the day. Although almost all presentations will be in English, there will still be an opportunity for those who prefer it to speak Danish during various exercises throughout the day.

Talent Management is a crucial HR discipline. The strategic practice of identifying, engaging, and developing employees is both an investment in the present and a safeguard for future success. Organizations face significant challenges regarding employees’ evolving expectations of their workplaces and work-life balance, increasing needs for inclusion and diversity, onboarding millennials into the workforce, while also benefiting from employees staying in the workforce longer, etc. Finally, new technological opportunities and generative AI open the adaptation of Talent Management strategies to match the dynamics of the job market.

*No-show fee: 450 DKK when canceling after May 20th at 12:00 CET. For further information see below.

Attend this conference and gain inspiration on:

  • Practical Cases: Gain insight into how various organizations tackle Talent Management. What are their primary focuses, and what opportunities and challenges do they see on the horizon?
  • Navigating Talent Strategy: Reflecting on Progress and Charting the Course Ahead: Louise Bjerring from Ørsted will share their journey from a more individual-focused talent strategy, emphasizing identification and development of High Potentials, towards a more organizationally focused talent strategy, where Succession Planning, among other things, plays a much larger role.

  • Refining Talent Management: Uncover actionable insights and best practices derived from Rambøll’s talent management experience, including exclusive insights from their Talent Review presented by Karolina Björkman.

  • Internal Mobility: Internal talent mobility is of paramount importance when addressing the need for future leaders with a broader understanding of the value chain. Jacob Ørting Jørgensen from Novo Nordisk will share his thoughts on why a talent broker might be the answer to how to create a stronger internal mobility ecosystem.

  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) in Talent Management: The escalating turnover rate of women within our organizations, particularly in leadership roles, is a pressing concern we cannot ignore. Heidi R. Andersen will shed light on the upcoming EU Gender Balance Directive, set to be released soon, leaving us with just 19 months to meet its requirements. What actions should we take, and what role can/should Talent Management play?

  • Workshop: Participate in a workshop where you can discuss different themes within Talent Management with other attendees. Together, we will explore opportunities and challenges in this area to gain deeper insights collectively.
  • De unge viser vejen til fremtiden: Emilia van Hauen vil udforske, hvordan unge former fremtidens arbejdsmiljø. Lær at motivere og samarbejde med dem for at skabe et dynamisk og inkluderende arbejdsmiljø. This last presentation of the day will be conducted in Danish.


Join NOCA’s Talent Management Conference 2024, where we’ll gather diverse perspectives and solutions to the challenges Talent Management faces.

This conference is hosted in collaboration with
Lederne Kompetencecenter.


Jacob Ørting Jørgensen, Director and Global Head of Talent & Succession, Novo Nordisk.

Jacob has a wealth of experience behind him. He has been at Novo Nordisk for the past 8 years and has held several positions from team leader in Production to HR in R&D as well as a term abroad, where he was stationed in Singapore as Senior Director for HR, South-East Asia. His current responsibilities as Global Head of Talent and Succession include overseeing the global talent strategy and corporate talent programs as well as ensuring a robust and diverse fit for future succession pipeline. Thus, Jacob has hands on experience with several areas and aspects of the company at Novo Nordisk.

Prior to joining Novo Nordisk, Jacob spent 4 years at Volkswagen Denmark, where he served as Head of Training and successfully supporting enhancing the market shares through innovative training initiatives. He started his career, however, in leadership, training and HR at the Royal Military Academy where he became an officer in the Danish Military. Jacob has contributed significantly to the Danish military through roles such as Platoon Leader and Second in Command for a Military Unit in Denmark and Kosovo.

Additionally, Jacob has been actively involved in the business community, serving on the board of the Danish Business Association of Singapore from January 2023 to October 2023.

Louise Bjerring, Head of Talent Management

Louise Bjerring brings over 15 years of experience in Human Resources, spanning both operational and functional roles. With a passion for helping organizations succeed though developing and engaging talents, Louise is presently spearheading a Talent transformation initiative at Ørsted. After having worked for many years in the oil and gas industry, Louise now channels her expertise into the energy industry, aligning with Ørsted’s vision of advancing a world powered solely by green energy. Holding a background in Organizational Psychology, Louise has previously held positions in Global Talent Management at Maersk and most recently served as Head of HR for TotalEnergies Denmark.

Karolina Björkman, Global Head of CoE Talent Management, Ramboll

Karolina Björkman currently holds the position of Global Head of CoE Talent Management at Rambøll, where she has dedicated the past four years of her career. With two decades of expertise in talent management and HR leadership, she serves as a senior professional in her field. Throughout her career, Karolina has successfully overseen Center of Expertise initiatives and spearheaded company-wide people projects in large-scale international corporations. Renowned for her strategic acumen, she is instrumental in driving continuous improvement within talent processes to align with business objectives and strategies. Prior to her tenure at Rambøll, Karolina held pivotal roles including Senior Manager of Talent Management & Change Management at Baxter International Inc., Talent Development Manager at Thyssen Krupp Marine Systems AB, and HR Professional/Talent Management Manager at Saab Automobile AB.

Emilia van Hauen

Emilia van Hauen er kultursociolog (cand.scient. soc fra KU), HD(A), international foredragsholder & TEDx speaker, forfatter til syv bøger, heraf tre bestsellere, professionelt bestyrelsesmedlem (bestod CBS Bestyrelsesuddannelse med udmærkelse i 2015), kommentator og trendrådgiver. Hun har igennem mere end 25 år specialiseret sig i de unge generationer, køn & diversitet, samt moderne fællesskaber og er aktuel med bogen ”GENERATIONEN DER SKAL REDDE VERDEN … med lidt hjælp fra os andre. Forstå hvordan de unge Z’ere skaber vores fremtid” (Gyldendal, 2024). Er ambassadør for UNICEF og Girltalk og mor til 3 voksne sønner.

Heidi R. Andersen, Founding Partner and Chief Consultant, Living Institute

Heidi is an accomplished author, keynote speaker, and lecturer who has made significant contributions to the field of diversity intelligence. With a focus on enhancing gender balance, inclusivity, and diversity intelligence in organizations, Heidi is a sought-after expert in her field. Her book, “Diversity Intelligence How to Create a Culture of Inclusion for Your Business” (Wiley 2021), is a step-by-step guide that helps organizations worldwide foster a culture of inclusion and enhance diversity, equity, and belonging. In addition to her work as an author and consultant, Heidi regularly lectures on Diversity Intelligence and Cross-culture Communication at Copenhagen Business School.

Cecilia Rebild

Cecilia has a deep and solid background as a senior HR director and consultant from leading international complex organizations. Cecilia has particularly focused on talent management, transformation, leadership and organizational development. She has extensive experience as a facilitator for diverse groups, including senior management teams, and has a great passion for creating spaces where potential can unfold optimally. Today, Cecilia runs her own company, Rebild People Partners, and works with start-ups and scale-ups. Previously, she worked as a senior principal at PA Consulting and UKON, and held leadership positions at Haldor Topsoe, Nokia, Royal Unibrew, and Gubra.

No show fee

*By registering for this event, you also accept NOCA’s conditions regarding the no-show fee.
In order to give the most members the opportunity to participate in the event and to protect ourselves against food waste, we need to know if you are participating, otherwise we can give your place to someone else.
If you therefore cancel after the deadline May 20th at 12:00 CET or do not arrive on the day, you will subsequently receive a charge of 450 DKK.
Should you be prevented, you are always welcome to send a colleague in your place and thereby avoid paying a no-show fee. (Your colleague just needs to pick up your name tag upon arrival at the event)

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