Inevitably, whether through inflation, supply chain disruptions, global political turbulence, or other ‘force majeure,’ change hits – sometimes suddenly and without warning. When market turbulence hits, CEOs pivot towards the ‘must do’ work and should pivot towards the ‘must have’ roles connected to that work. This practice enables precision in any business transformation, but is especially important during times of ‘forced transformation’.
Do you know the 20 roles in your company that will drive 80% of the value? This question is challenging for many CEOs and CHROs / CTOs to answer in steady market environments, and it can become next to impossible to answer in a turbulent market environment. This is where Talent to Value comes in.
Talent to Value highlights a process by which you can make the intangible tangible through targeted interventions that will enable a laser focus on the fewest, most impactful points of value creation.
Join us for an interactive webinar session that will provide an overview of the Talent to Value theory and process and dive into a case study highlighting how Talent to Value helped one of our clients achieve a roaringly successful business transformation. We look forward to seeing you there.
Sumeet Salwan has spent the last 30+ years working on connecting human capital with business value. As co-founder and CEO of CEO.works, he leads their business with a vision towards the future of Human Capital management. He is passionate about working with CEOs, Founders, and PE firm partners to deliver their value agenda with a Talent edge while inventing new HR 3.0 models, methodologies and practices along the way.
Sumeet served as global head of HR for two of Johnson & Johnson’s business units: first, their worldwide consumer business and then their medical device company.
Previously, he spent over 20 years with Unilever, rising through the ranks from intern to director to leader of the global program office of HR in Rotterdam. He helped build Unilever’s talent strategy for emerging markets and then led its execution as head of HR in the Asia Pacific region. In his final role, he moved to the US as the Head of HR and drove a significant transformation for Unilever.
Joydeep Mutsuddi has garnered tremendous trust with partners and peers for his “business first” approach, keen eye for talent, and confident coach-like presence. His legacy? Virtuous cycles of growth driven by integrated, transformative interventions that align talent with strategy, efficiently deploy capital, and create winning workplaces.
From 2019 to 2021, Joydeep served as CHRO & Executive VP at BrightSpring, a $6B leading comprehensive health services provider and KKR portfolio company. Joydeep led the 18-month integration of two large companies, to create BrightSpring Health, along with several tuck-in acquisitions ranging from $10M to $300M. He simplified the operating system for the combined company, developed the HR data and analytics capability and, with the board and CEO, guided the choices on leadership for each entity to drive accretive value.