Chapel Hill, NC (3/18/15) – Career Partners International hosted its Annual Global Meeting from March 4th – 7th in Miami, Florida with over 100 attendees from around the world. The company is one of the world’s largest and most successful talent management consultancies recognized for its excellent services in outplacement, executive coaching, leader development, employee engagement and retention.
At the meeting, the organization’s equity ownership elected new members to its Board of Directors including Terry McCloy of Career Partners International – New Zealand, Lynne Hardman of Career Partners International – Northampton/Working Transitions, Robert Newland of Career Partners International – Florida/Caribbean and John Myers of Career Partners International – Chicago/Kensington International.
The equity ownership also elected new region leaders including Mark Hornberger of Career Partners International – Washington, DC/New Options for the United States Region, Terry McCloy of Career Partners International – New Zealand for the Asia-Pacific (APAC) Region, Pam Corbett of Career Partners International – Calgary/Cenera for the Canadian Region and Sylvia Taudien of Career Partners International – Spain & Portugal/Advantage Consultores for the Europe, Africa and Middle East (EMEA) Region. These individuals will play a crucial role in developing and implementing the organization’s 2015 strategic plan.
During the Annual Awards Banquet, Career Partners International recognized those who made significant contributions to the organization in 2014. Career Partners International – Buffalo Niagara received the coveted Satisfaction Award for maintaining the highest overall satisfaction levels of outplacement participants among all offices worldwide. These satisfaction levels included a rating of 9.75 out of 10 and a Net Promoter Score (NPS) of 94.44. The following firms were also recognized for their achievements and business development efforts:
For demonstrating exceptional leadership, motivation and innovation in advancing the company’s mission to assist organizations with attracting, engaging, developing and transitioning their talent, the following were also recognized: John Daugherty, Gerriann Fagan, Dottie Austin, Nada Norval, Penny Locey, Brian Clapp, Tim Schoonover, Debra Magnuson, Marie Sweeney, Robert Newland and Russ Knight.
Miriam Magner-Flynn of Career Partners International – Ireland/Career Decisions Ireland was acknowledged for her great work in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region as the Most Active Region Leader of 2014. Gary Agnew of Career Partners International – Calgary/Cenera was also recognized for his almost 20 years of exceptional and outstanding service to Career Partners International since 1995.
“Bringing together such a diverse and talented group of people has been the greatest pleasure of my career,” commented David P. Hemmer, President and CEO of the global organization. “The hard work of our team is what enables us to provide the highest quality talent management solutions to clients around the globe while meeting the distinct needs of individuals. We are pleased to honor those that have gone above and beyond in helping us achieve our vision of enhancing organizational performance and people’s lives.”
About Career Partners International
Career Partners International enhances organizational performance and people’s lives every day! As a global leader in talent management consulting since 1987, organizations of all sizes and industries trust Career Partners International for the very best outcomes to their most challenging and important talent strategies and initiatives. With the most experienced and respected consultants in more than 45 countries, Career Partners International provides clients with one-on-one access to local experts in talent development, career management, executive coaching, outplacement and career transition services to successfully assess, engage, develop and transition talent to drive organizational performance. More information may be found at www.cpiworld.com.