New York Metropolitan Association of Applied Psychology

  • 3 Oct 2019 5:20 PM | Dan Simonet (Administrator)
    General Mills is reshaping the future of food. We believe food makes us better. It nourishes our bodies, brings us joy and connects us to each other. As one of the world's leading food companies, General Mills operates in more than 100 countries and markets more than 100 consumer brands, including Cheerios, Nature Valley, Betty Crocker, Yoplait, Annie's Homegrown, Old El Paso, Epic Provisions, Blue Buffalo and more. Are you passionate about the future of food? You've come to the right table. We want the very best talent to help lead something big.

    The Talent and Organizational Capabilities (TOC) team is seeking a talent management professional to support the activation of talent strategy, development, and processes within the Supply Chain function. This role is responsible for activating Supply Chain talent strategy, developing and sustaining Manager Band talent pipelines, leading efforts to build employee engagement, and own the implementation of the global talent assessment strategy within Supply Chain.

    Key Accountabilities

    Provide direct support to the Talent Director for Supply Chain to activate talent strategy across the global function, with emphasis on:
    • Managing the Manager Band Talent pipeline by partnering with global HR and line leadership to create robust leadership development plans and drive critical development action to ensure planning commitment and follow-through; partner with Diversity & Inclusion to build strong leadership pipelines.
    • Executing Supply Chain talent processes, including talent review, IDP activation, and performance management.
    • Owning talent assessment and early career program strategies for the Supply Chain.
    • Managing global engagement survey strategy for Supply Chain; lead survey process, reporting, and action planning for salaried employee population.
    • Leveraging metrics and analytics to produce insights to drive momentum for evolution and optimal implementation of talent processes and initiatives.
    • Providing change management leadership to implement changes related to talent processes and initiatives.
    • Serving as a liaison between TOC and Supply Chain HR team.

    Minimum Qualifications
    • Bachelor’s Degree with 4+ years of talent management/org effectiveness experience.
    • Experience with talent management processes including succession planning, development and performance management.
    • Proven analytical/critical thinking skills and understanding of talent practices and use of Workday data analytics.
    • Ability to interpret HR and business data, develop and effectively communicate and drive actionable insights that influence decisions.
    • Experienced in applying user-experience design thinking skills to advance projects.
    • Strong external orientation with ability to steward best practices.
    • Very strong interpersonal and collaboration skills; ability to influence various stakeholder audiences.
    • Experience with change management linked to talent strategy.
    • Strong written, oral, and visual communication skills.
    • Highly self-motivated, self-starter with ability to navigate ambiguity.
    • Working knowledge of HR technology systems, business intelligence tools, and data.

    Preferred Qualifications
    • Master’s or Ph.D. Degree in Human Resources, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Organizational Development, Organizational Behavior, or related field with 4+ years of talent management/organization effectiveness experience.

    If interested in the position, please apply through the Linkedin posting

  • 3 Oct 2019 5:10 PM | Dan Simonet (Administrator)

    The Executive Office plays an integral role in setting and advancing Goldman Sachs’ strategy and in supporting and enhancing the firm’s distinctive culture. Our goal is to provide our people, clients, shareholders and the broader public with information about the breadth of our global efforts, highlight our focus on delivering sustainable, long-term returns for our shareholders and demonstrate our commitment to making an impact on the communities where we live and work and on society more broadly.

    Pine Street, a group within the Goldman Sachs Learning function, prepares partners and select managing directors to lead the firm’s next generation of people and businesses, and to advance the firm’s culture.

    In pursuit of this mission, Pine Street aims to be a world-class leadership development organization that enhances the reputation of Goldman Sachs as an institution committed to leadership excellence, and develops leaders who help the firm capitalize on the most important commercial opportunities.

    The Pine Street Leadership Development Initiative has been detailed in two Harvard Business School cases as well as The Handbook of Teaching Leadership by Nitin Nohria, Scott Snook and Rakesh Khurana (Sage Publications, 2011)

    Primary Responsibilities


    ·         Contribute to shaping the firm’s overall leadership development strategy

    ·         Design, develop, and deliver strategic, innovative, and practical leadership-based interventions and solutions that address client needs in a dynamic and rapidly changing environment

    ·         Conduct executive leadership assessments and provide insights to the firm regarding senior talent

    ·         Coach senior leaders on leadership transitions, leadership integration and leadership development

    ·         Serve as a core team member of a variety of initiatives and projects e.g. member of working group responsible for managing one of Pine Street’s businesses

    ·         Build relationships across the senior leadership community to serve as a point of contact and trusted advisor

    Basic Qualifications

    ·         Master’s Degree or PhD preferred

    ·         Demonstrated experience developing top leaders in admired companies through assessment, development programs, coaching or compelling experiences

    ·         Group facilitation and consultative skills

    ·         Ability to coach senior leaders

    ·         Excellent written, verbal and presentation skills

    ·         Excellent relationship-building skills and demonstrated client service focus

    ·         Ability to function well as part of a team in a fast-paced environment that demands creativity, energy and excellence

    ·         Strong commercial orientation and good understanding of the firm’s business

    ·         A strong growth mindset and consistent focus on self-improvement

    Preferred Qualifications

    ·         Minimum of 10 years of working experience, 5 years in the field

    ·         Minimum of 3 years of experience as an executive coach within an organization or as an external coach

    ·         Minimum of 1 year of experience conducting executive assessments

    ·         Organizational psychology background desirable

    ·         Ability to teach and speak on leadership topics

    To be considered for this position, please apply through the Linkedin posting

    About Goldman Sachs

    The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. is a leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm that provides a wide range of financial services to a substantial and diversified client base that includes corporations, financial institutions, governments and individuals. Founded in 1869, the firm is headquartered in New York and maintains offices in all major financial centers around the world.


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