If the profiles that are being demanded by companies are changing, then the people who select them have to evolve too. Good change management is essential for all the people who make up the company to understand it and be involved in the process.


Employee Experience Manager

Responsible for designing and implementing the strategy with the employee as its main focus. The objective is to maintain a positive relationship between the employees and the company. An Employee Experience Manager is dedicated to seeking improvements through observation and employee feedback.  


  • Empathy
  • Curiosity
Head of Human Resources

Responsible for developing the people strategy within an organization which includes the recruitment of new talent, internal communication between employees, employer branding, etc.   


  • Recruitment experience
  • Skill identification
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Leadership
Head Talent & Culture

Responsible for defining company culture and transmitting it to all levels of the company, so that each and every department’s actions are aligned with the controlled values.  


  • In-depth knowledge of the company
  • Persuasion and influencing skills
  • Leadership
Organization & People Transformation

Responsible for managing change from an understanding of where the company is at that moment; ensuring that it is in line with company culture, and that all processes and changes that arise from digital transformation do not negatively affect employees. Change in the ways of working, such as the application of agile methodologies, is of particular importance in this position.


  • Experience in Agile methodologies
  • Team management
  • Good communication skills
Employer Brading Responsible

Responsible for putting the employee at the centre of it all and improving and optimising their experience, from the minute they join until their departure from the company. They have to get the employees themselves to be brand ambassadors. Technology is the Employer Branding Manager’s greatest ally.


  • Empathy and creativity
  • Communication skills
  • Up to date on technological trends and innovation
  • Marketing experience
Talent Developer Manager

Responsible for attracting, training and retaining the best talent. Focused on the design and implementation of programs for performance management, leadership development, employee evaluation and succession planning. Must know how to identify training needs and create strategic solutions to improve skills at all levels in the company.


  • Skill identification
  • Organisation skills
  • Strategic vision