April 12, 2017 – Executive search firm Talengo has named Rosa García-Tizón as director of its healthcare recruiting practice.
Ms. García-Tizón began her professional career in the healthcare sector, where she occupied different positions in Abbott’s hospital and pharmaceuticals divisions. In 2005 she led the business and human resources strategy for the Hospira project, the first spin-off from Abbott. Over the following years she managed different areas until arriving at Hospira operations and legal management for Spain and Portugal.
She brings to Talengo a professional career spanning more than 20 years. She has worked in sales, marketing, human resources, operations, legal, institutional relations and business development. In addition to this experience, she is also a board member of listed and privately held companies.
Talengo has two decades of experience in leadership consultancy, executive search and board advisory services across Europe and the Americas, with offices in Madrid, Barcelona, Bogotá and Mexico City. The firm chairs The Global Community for Leaders (TGCL) network which has representation in the U.K., France, Geneva, Denmark, Dubai and Brazil.
The appointment of Ms. García-Tizón follows Talengo naming Adriana Marfil and Sofía Said as associate directors in its subsidiaries in Mexico and Colombia. A specialist in the financial and professional service sectors, Ms. Marfil’s professional career includes international positions in different countries on five continents, and she speaks five languages. A specialist in the mass consumption and healthcare sectors, Ms. Said has several years of experience in the executive search and talent consultant sector.
Talengo also recently named Jorge Mauricio Reynoso as director of its leadership consultancy division in Mexico. His responsibilities include enhancing the firm’s talent and culture diagnostics and leadership development services within leading sectors in the geographical area. Mr. Reynoso has more than three decades of experience in senior positions within human resources in Fortune 500 companies. Before joining Talengo, Mr. Reynoso was HR executive director for Latin America at pharmaceutical company MSD.
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In addition, Talengo and Bizpills Group, a technology consulting HR company whose mission is to help companies achieve corporate goals by increasing the productivity, efficiency and performance of their employees, recently signed a strategic alliance agreement. Through the partnership, the firms have designed a diversity training model that is now offered to clients.
Several months ago, Talengo, along with executive search firms Alderbrooke and ALSpective, launched TGCL to assist clients looking for global solutions. TGCL combines the expertise of each firm to explore new assessment techniques, champion the use of the latest technologies and promote best practice in search, culture and talent management.
“In an interconnected global economy where transformation at pace is the new norm, exceptional organizations advance based on their uniqueness and ability to harness diversity,” said Krista Walochik, founder of Talengo. “We are passionate about the purpose-built solutions for global talent challenges that TGCL alliance can offer, based on inclusive leadership, breadth of market knowledge and our innovative service offering.”
Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media