Enhancing the Global Mobility Customer Service Delivery

Attending a Moments that Matter and Business Chemistry Lab provides an opportunity for Mobility, Talent and Reward teams to step back to analyse their business relationships, discuss what’s working and not, and brainstorm truly breakthrough ideas. By learning the business chemistry types within your team, you can better understand how to connect with business stakeholders, particularly during moments that matter such as difficult times or changes, to enhance your Global Mobility Customer Service Delivery. The four Business Chemistry patterns are: Pioneer: Pioneers like variety, possibilities and generating new ideas Driver: Drivers like logic, systems and laser focus on goals Guardian: Guardians like concrete details and stability; they respect what is tried and true Integrator: Integrators like personal connection and seeing how the pieces fit together

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Organisations today are faced with an increasingly complex global talent landscape. The workforce is becoming more agile, diversified and on demand, leading organisations to re-evaluate their views on mobility and their global workforce. Deloitte’s Global Workforce team helps organisations establish a Global Workforce strategy that is future proof; navigating your organisation through the increasingly complex talent mobility environment. We work with you to enhancing both operational and strategic aspects of global workforce and talent programmes. Innovating through consulting, technology and analytics to optimise, reshape or transform your mobility and talent programmes.

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