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Editor of Globally-fit Organizations
Building Globally-fit Organisational Cultures/My Point of View
– Align human resource management to strategic business goals — recruit, train and develop and reward the best talent.
– Develop and implement (fit for the business environment) performance management programs — balance the organisation agenda (business goals) with the employee’s agenda (professional development/career track).
– Achieve customer satisfaction through employee satisfaction — effective people management.
– Motivate workers to collaborate with local and global team members — create a globally consistent corporate culture and core values.
A seasoned global HR Management specialist (Citibank, PwC), Mr. Tominaga is now using his expertise to develop coaching and other development solutions tailored to the needs of organisations in Japan. To this task, he brings significant experience in: HR management in cross-cultural business environment; strategic HR planning (short- and long-term) with a focus on performance management; recruitment and talent development (career counselling – international); training management skills (certified by Citibank Global Management); labor management – compliance in a global environment; language/communication skills – ability to communicate within global networks.