Director - Talent Management & Organisation Alignment


At Willis Towers Watson we help organisations change, grow and thrive by engaging their individuals in a better working experience. As a Director within our Talent Management and Organisation Alignment practice, you will provide strategic, evidence-based guidance to help client organisations enable business strategies and improve how they attract, retain and engage talent.


This role is responsible for developing and implementing innovative and practical solutions across a range of human capital activities, including organisation transformation and design, culture, career architecture, competency and capability management, performance management and leadership effectiveness and development. You will be responsible for leading project delivery teams, retaining existing business and developing new business.

The Role

  • Sell, develop and implement solutions including organisation transformation and design, culture, career architecture, competency and capability management, performance management and leadership effectiveness and development
  • Provide practical insights into how best to motivate and manage the workforce of today and plan for the workforce of tomorrow
  • Partner with colleagues across the Talent & Reward line of business to sell and deliver integrated advice, data and software that help clients hire, build, engage and lead the talent they need to win
  • Partner with colleagues across the Willis Towers Watson business to sell and deliver integrated people risk solutions
  • Demonstrate effective sales leadership behaviours, including team collaboration, creativity, compelling RFP writing, persistent follow-up, sound judgment in scoping/pricing and focusing on closing the deal
    Build relationships with internal and external cross-functional teams to maximise the penetration of key target accounts
  • Deliver profitable revenue to the business through individual sales and billable hours goals
  • Balance high-value strategic delivery with effective delegation, while enforcing budget, timeline and quality standards

The Requirements

  • Proven experience in sales and business development in a consulting environment
  • Experience with job analysis, understanding of jobs, job families and job architecture strongly preferred
  • Superior ability to influence and collaborate with senior management and work across all levels of an organisation
  • An executive presence with polished and well-developed facilitation, written and oral communication skills
  • Track record of success in building and maintaining client relationships, leading teams and generating revenue
  • Understanding of agile principles and design thinking
  • Experience managing concurrent, multi-dimensional projects and people on time and within budget
  • Proven ability to recognise and diagnose issues, work in teams and leverage the resources of other related practices to address client challenges
  • Ability to draw conclusions from data in a logical, systematic way
  • Availability to travel on an as-needed basis
  • Bachelor’s degree (advanced degrees preferable) in Human Resources, Business, Psychology/Sociology, Industrial/Organisational Psychology or any other major with significant qualitative and quantitative course work
     

Equal Opportunity Employer
 


At Willis Towers Watson we help organisations change, grow and thrive by engaging their individuals in a better working experience. As a Director within our Talent Management and Organisation Alignment practice, you will provide strategic, evidence-based guidance to help client organisations enable business strategies and improve how they attract, retain and engage talent.


This role is responsible for developing and implementing innovative and practical solutions across a range of human capital activities, including organisation transformation and design, culture, career architecture, competency and capability management, performance management and leadership effectiveness and development. You will be responsible for leading project delivery teams, retaining existing business and developing new business.

The Role

  • Sell, develop and implement solutions including organisation transformation and design, culture, career architecture, competency and capability management, performance management and leadership effectiveness and development
  • Provide practical insights into how best to motivate and manage the workforce of today and plan for the workforce of tomorrow
  • Partner with colleagues across the Talent & Reward line of business to sell and deliver integrated advice, data and software that help clients hire, build, engage and lead the talent they need to win
  • Partner with colleagues across the Willis Towers Watson business to sell and deliver integrated people risk solutions
  • Demonstrate effective sales leadership behaviours, including team collaboration, creativity, compelling RFP writing, persistent follow-up, sound judgment in scoping/pricing and focusing on closing the deal
    Build relationships with internal and external cross-functional teams to maximise the penetration of key target accounts
  • Deliver profitable revenue to the business through individual sales and billable hours goals
  • Balance high-value strategic delivery with effective delegation, while enforcing budget, timeline and quality standards

The Requirements

  • Proven experience in sales and business development in a consulting environment
  • Experience with job analysis, understanding of jobs, job families and job architecture strongly preferred
  • Superior ability to influence and collaborate with senior management and work across all levels of an organisation
  • An executive presence with polished and well-developed facilitation, written and oral communication skills
  • Track record of success in building and maintaining client relationships, leading teams and generating revenue
  • Understanding of agile principles and design thinking
  • Experience managing concurrent, multi-dimensional projects and people on time and within budget
  • Proven ability to recognise and diagnose issues, work in teams and leverage the resources of other related practices to address client challenges
  • Ability to draw conclusions from data in a logical, systematic way
  • Availability to travel on an as-needed basis
  • Bachelor’s degree (advanced degrees preferable) in Human Resources, Business, Psychology/Sociology, Industrial/Organisational Psychology or any other major with significant qualitative and quantitative course work
     

Equal Opportunity Employer
 

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