Jeffrey L. Schwartz
Jeff Schwartz is a senior Human Capital Consulting partner with global and emerging markets experience in talent strategies, leadership, learning and talent development, organization design, strategic change, and human resources (HR) strategies for corporations and government agencies. He works with global and executive teams on large scale change and transformation programs with a focus on guiding senior leaders and teams on projects with unique questions of scale, business impact, and urgency.
He is on the global Human Capital Consulting executive and the global leader, Marketing, Eminence and Brand and a senior advisor to the Human Capital practice in India. Over the past several years he was worked with some of the leading groups and MNCs in India including Reliance Industries, Aditya Birla Group, and Citibank India. A former commercial and investment banker he has consulted extensively for financial institutions around the world including private sector, public sector, and international development banks. From 2011 through June 2015, Jeff led the Human Capital practice for US India (the firm's global delivery centers). Jeff has led organization and HR transformation projects for global multinational clients around the world including working with the largest companies in India over the past four years.
Jeff works across industries with a focus in global financial services. He began his career as an investment banker with Chemical Bank in New York (now part of JP Morgan Chase). His experience as a consulting partner includes work in the US and around the world and he has lived in India, Belgium, Russia, Kenya, Sri Lanka and Nepal and visited and worked in more than 70 countries. He was a founding co-leader of Deloitte's global talent management services practice which has been recognized by industry analysts as one of the world's leading practices. Jeff is also a co-founder of the firm’s CHRO (Chief Human Resource Officer) services practice. Jeff was the global and US leader of the Organization, Change and Talent practices from 2002 to 2010 and the US Human Capital Chief Markets and Marketing Officer from 2009-2011. He has an undergraduate degree from Cornell University in History and Government (BA 1980) and graduate degrees from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University (MPA 1987) and the Yale School of Management (MBA 1987).