Smedley, Tim
October 2011
People Management;Oct2011, p30
The article focuses on the responsibilities of Madalyn Brooks as chief people officer at the international nongovernmental organization Save the Children International, which is based in London, England, as of October 2011. She is tasked with staffing the new London head office and setting up the organization internationally while guiding the national branches through the transition. Brooks has suggested the implementation of a talent management system to look at how talent is developed.


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