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Frank is a seasoned consulting professional with over 10 years of experiences in China;
His area of expertise includes Management Consulting, Strategic Planning, HR Consulting, Talent Development and etc.
Prior to joining Lee Hecht Harrison, Frank was the General Manger of Far Eastern Consulting in Shanghai - a German-invested management consulting firm and later the Director in China of ATD (Association for Talent Development - formerly ASTD) – the world’s largest association for Talent Development headquartered in Washington DC.
Frank has a bachelor degree of French from SISU – Shanghai International Studies University and a Master degree of Business Administration from UIC – University of Illinois at Chicago.
Frank is a native-speaker of Chinese; He’s also fluent in English and French.
As President of Lee Hecht Harrison, Ranjit de Sousa leads Lee Hecht Harrison's global team including sales, strategy, service innovation and client service. Ranjit is responsible for driving Lee Hecht Harrison's aggressive growth and diversification plans.
Ranjit, based in Zurich, has worked in global business development, strategy and M&A for the Adecco Group and Lee Hecht Harrison (previously Executive Vice President EMEA Operations) in Zurich, Paris (2006-2007) and New York (2008-2009) while at the same time leading several key sales and account management teams for some of the division's largest clients.
Prior to joining Lee Hecht Harrison, he worked as partner and strategy consultant at Ziel Consulting, a boutique M&A and growth strategy firm based in Zurich, driving the company's growth during its start up phase.
His career began in 2001 at Monitor Group, gathering working experience as strategy consultant with a focus on market entry and growth topics in different Continental European countries. Ranjit holds an M.A. (lic. rer. publ. HSG) in economics, law and political science from the University of St. Gallen (HSG) and studied at the Institut Universitaire de Hautes Études Internationales in Geneva (HEI). Between 2002 and 2005, he also was an assistant lecturer for Swiss public and private law at the University of St. Gallen.
John Morgan is an experienced Management Consultant and Executive in the Talent Development industry. John has 20 years of experience in professional services and is currently Chief Operating Officer of Lee Hecht Harrison. John is also the Executive Committee member responsible for the LHH Americas region. In his role at LHH John has overall responsibility for meeting the firm's annual sales and profitability goals across the Americas and global responsibility for all LHH operations including client service delivery across our Career Transition and Talent & Leadership Development businesses.
Prior to joining LHH, John was a Senior Manager at Stromberg Consulting where he also led large scale human capital solutions for Fortune 500 companies in the Pharmaceutical, Retail, Financial Services and Professional Services industries. One of John’s major accomplishments included leading the redesign and implementation of a Marketing Operations function at a Fortune 50 Pharmaceutical company. This work included overseeing a detailed employee activity analysis, development of new employee role descriptions, and overseeing the talent assessment for the entire department.
John also has extensive experience in training/learning design and internal communication strategies to help drive desired organization and employee change. Early in his consulting career, John held positions at Spherion Corporation in their employee assessment group and at Watson Wyatt Worldwide (now TowersWatson).
John received his B.A. in Psychology and his M.A. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Montclair State University. He also holds an Executive MBA certificate and Executive Leadership certificate from INSEAD Business School in France.
As Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Lee Hecht Harrison, Karine Storm is responsible for directing and overseeing the company’s overall financial activities. She plays a vital role in identifying opportunities for increased profitability and ensuring that the firm’s strategies are delivering their expected results. Karine joined LHH as a member of the company’s Executive Management Team in 2006. She has an international background and expertise in Corporate Finance and Mergers & Acquisitions.
Prior to joining LHH, Karine has held various Senior Finance positions within the Adecco Group in Europe and in the United States, including SVP, Business Analysis, Strategy and M&A for Adecco Staffing North America, SVP, Global Controller for Ajilon Professional Staffing, and Director of Planning and M&A for Adecco Management and Consulting (Global Headquarters of Adecco).
Karine is currently located in the LHH Maitland, FL global corporate office. She is originally from Switzerland and is fluent in several languages, including French and English, and conversational skills in German and Italian. Karine holds an MBA degree, with a specialization in Finance from New York University, Leonard Stern School of Business and a graduate license in Economics from the University of Lausanne (HEC), Switzerland.
Georg is responsible for the APAC operations of Lee Hecht Harrison, one of the global divisions of the Adecco Group. He is a member of the Lee Hecht Harrison Executive Committee.
Georg, based in Sydney, has worked in consulting, global executive search, HR outsourcing and recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) across Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Asia Pacific.
Prior to joining Lee Hecht Harrison in 2013 he worked for one of the leading Australian Human Resource Outsourcing firms (Peoplescout) providing Human Resource Outsourcing and Talent Management Consulting services and a range of outsourced IT solutions to the Asia Pacific market. Georg hold university degrees in both economics as well as Strategic Human Resource Management (M.A. with honors).
Life is short. You must have a passion! Christoph's? He wakes up every day inspired to uncover, light up and ignite individuals' and organizations' potential so that together they can shape their future.
For the last 9 years Christoph has helped businesses transform so that they can perform - with a focus on supporting Fortune 500 leaders change the makeup and capabilities of their workforce at the speed required to realize their vision and strategy.
Sharon is responsible for leading all strategic HR initiatives globally at Lee Hecht Harrison. She has in-depth experience in employer branding, compensation and benefits, change management, employee relations, and training. Sharon brings a business-oriented approach to HR and a strong track record of success developing HR programs that align with strategic business objectives.
Prior to Lee Hecht Harrison, she was CHRO for Canadian Tire and held HR positions with ABB Canada and Union Gas. Sharon holds a BA in Administrative and Commercial Studies from the University of Western Ontario in Canada.
Waseem Razzaq is responsible for developing and executing the technology strategy roadmap for Lee Hecht Harrison - locally in North America and globally across the Lee Hecht Harrison footprint. He is also a member of the Lee Hecht Harrison Executive Team.
Waseem has been operating in the HR/recruitment sector for 10 years with a number of IT roles culminating in the IT Director within Spring Group. While at Spring, Waseem executed strategic initiatives, which resulted in the technology within Spring being recognized by the 'Innovative use of Technology' award. Waseem was the IT Executive responsible for leading the complex integration following the merger and acquisition between Adecco UK&I, Spring Group plc and MPS Group.
After obtaining a Degree in Computer Science and a Masters in Human Computer systems at the De Montfort University in Leicester UK, Waseem started his career working in various IT roles within blue chip organizations including The Woolwich (Barclays Bank) and Caterpillar.
He then moved to the CRT Group where he delivered a number of strategic projects in training and consultancy.
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