Kate provides high level advice to executives within organisations to maximise growth of their businesses, their own leadership impact and that of their people. She has run a small business and worked in the public, private and not for profit sectors to develop and implement key strategic initiatives that improve business performance as well as coaching senior managers and executives to be effective leaders.
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She has graduated with an MBA from Australia and is accredited in the Belbin Team Roles tool.
* Development and...
Nov 5, 2009|HR Policies & Plans|$900|Completed
The challenge for any business is to balance the needs of shareholders, customers and people. At Latitude our aim is to help you balance those needs by turning our insight and perspective into outcomes and solutions that will help you engage your people and improve your business performance and culture.
Latitude is owned and directed by Kate Hughes. As a senior human resources professional, she has provided consulting and human resource management and development services to blue chip and global Fortune 500 companies for some 16 years in Asia (especially Australia) and Europe (Switzerland and surrounding countries). Experience with public, private and not for profit organizations.
In Australia has worked for leading organisations including Westpac Banking Corporation, American Express, and Blake Dawson Waldron.
More recently Latitude has worked with Global and Regionally head quarters and senior executives of the following clients in Switzerland: UBS, Holcim, Moevenpick, Kraft Foods Europe, Swiss Re, Zurich Insurance, and GE.
* An integrated Strategic Planning Process that aligns your culture and people strategy with the organizational strategy.
* A People and Culture Blueprint to ensure all your programs and processes are linked.
* Executive Coaching.
* Team Development and Facilitation services.
* Executive assessment, and development center design and delivery
* Leadership Development
* Talent Management and succession planning -...
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