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People and Change 

Improve your workforce - from talent to HR


We provide a full range of advice on managing your talent to help maximize potential, minimize change impacts and optimize the HR function.

KPMG’s People & Change Advisory Services help improve

How we help

With experience in all industries, as well as both the private and public sectors, our People and Change practice helps organizations drive value and enhance success by optimizing both their people and their talent agenda. From developing talent strategies and managing behavioural change to optimizing both the workforce and HR function, our knowledgeable advice enables improved performance from your people and your organization.

 Behavioural Change Management


Develop strategies to deal with impacts related to strategic, structural, process-based and technological change; accelerate the successful implementation of change.

 HR Strategy and Function Optimization


Develop an HR strategy that aligns with business strategy; design a custom HR service delivery model; build programs and processes that unleash talent and enhance productivity; and improve HR’s ability to deliver value on the organization’s human capital strategy.

 Organizational Design for Performance


Develop, implement and integrate the organizational structures, systems and capabilities needed to deliver on your performance expectations and strategic vision.

 Talent Management


By employing robust data analysis and our specific Tune in to Talent framework, we help organizations develop their human capital to meet strategic goals, engage in leadership assessment and meet related business needs.

 Workforce Optimization


Develop the workforce strategy, operations and supports needed to optimize people and business performance.

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Soula Courlas

Soula Courlas

National Lead, Partner, Advisory Services, People & Change Practice


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