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2017 AHRMIO Executive Training at IESE Barcelona



22-24 May 2017

In many global organizations, leaders are often highly specialized in their given fields, yet lack the necessary leadership competencies to inspire and motivate their team. In an environment characterized by change and uncertainty, the ability to lead and align others around a shared objective is more critical than ever. To address this need, AHRMIO, EFMD Global Network and IESE Business School have co-created the Developing Leadership Competencies program.

Aimed at senior HR executives who make strategic decisions in their organizations, the program actively engages participants in the learning process through a combination of “break-the-frame” experiential activities and IESE’s flagship case-study method.

Developing Leadership Competencies will be held on May 22-24, 2017 on IESE’s Barcelona campus. For more information and for pre-registration please click here.

2016 AHRMIO Annual Conference - Thank you!

Thank you very much to all the participants to the 2016 edition of the AHRMIO Annual Conference! 

2016 AHRMIO Annual Conference took place last September 2016 at the IMF Headquarters in Washington DC. The event brought together more than 140 key HR people from more than 20 countries to review the role of Change Management in International Organizations. 14 key speakers shared their vision and expertise in change related topics over the two-day program of presentations, panel discussions, group exercice and dialogue. It was also an excellent opportunity to network and set the stage for future AHRMIO activities planned for our members and friends in 2017. 

The conference was followed by a three-day training designed in collaboration with the University of Richmond, USA, for Mid-level HR Practitioners. It was focused on the principles and methods of change from both a personal and organizational perspective. Through a mix of examples, tools, processes, interactive exercises, participants learnt how to influence and implement personal and organizational change.  

We look forward to seeing you again at the 2017 AHRMIO Annual Conference that will take place in September 2017 and will be hosted by SDA Bocconi School of Management in Milan, Italy.


We welcome two new AHRMIO Board Members who were elected by our individual members in 2016: 

  • Ms. Edna Diez, Director, HR Policy and Programs Division, Asian Development Bank 
  • Ms. Lea Grubb Lonsted, Chief of Learning and Organizational Development, United Nations Secretariat

Discover their professional path on our Board page. 

Olivier Fleurence, Chair of the AHRMIO Board:

Read the interview with Olivier Fleurence, Chair of the AHRMIO Board and Chair of the 2015 AHRMIO Annual Conference

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Sick leave rates in your organisations

Dear all,

we are trying to define a reference sick leave rate for the European Commission. We would like to benchmark with other international organisations. Could you share with us your sick leave rate - and the way it is calculated (e.g.…


Posted by Ubaldo on March 13, 2017 at 21:47

IPMA-HR Releases New HR2020 Report

The HR2020 research report serves as a critical roadmap to public sector HR professionals on how to transition from an administrative to a leadership role within their organizations. The overall perspective of the taskforce is that HR…


Posted by Gregory C. Flood on September 22, 2016 at 22:49

Executive Master in Management of International Organizations - EMMIO 2016 SDA Bocconi

Dear Colleagues,

I am very pleased to circulate information about the upcoming edition of the Executive Master’s in Management of International Organizations (EMMIO) led by one of the world's leading International Business Schools, SDA…


Posted by Arturo Pagan on June 21, 2016 at 15:30

Executive Master’s in Management of International Organizations (EMMIO)

Dear Colleagues,

I am very pleased to circulate information about the upcoming edition of the Executive Master’s in

Management of International Organizations (EMMIO) led by one of the world's leading…


Posted by Arturo Pagan on June 16, 2016 at 17:49

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It is important for all AHRMIO web community members to know that joining the AHRMIO web community and becoming an individual AHRMIO member are two different things.

All staff members of AHRMIO member organizations are eligible to have access to the “Members only” section of the AHRMIO website, thus joining the AHRMIO web community, provided that they use their professional email addresses.
However, being a member of the web community does not grant the status of being an individual AHRMIO member. To become an individual member, you should complete the Individual Membership Application form and, if accepted, pay the annual membership fee of USD 200.- . Individual members are entitled to the following privileges, in addition to being members of the web community: Learn more.

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