Chief Talent Scientist, ManpowerGroup - Professor of Business Psychology, Columbia University and University College London



As ManpowerGroup’s Chief Talent Scientist, he is responsible for leading the Center of Excellence for Assessment and Analytics, developing data-driven solutions and insight to create new value for clients and candidates by driving predictable performance.

A well-known international expert in business psychology, people analytics and talent management, and a pioneer in creating tools based on People Analytics to select and develop the right talent in key roles and to improve team efficacy.

He is Professor of Business Psychology at Columbia University and UCL – University College London, and He is also the co-founder of Deeper Signals and Metaprofiling.

One of the most prolific social scientists of his generation, he writes often about talent psychology, leadership, innovation and man-AI interaction in Fast Company, The Guardian, Forbes and the Harvard Business Review and he has published over 200 scientific articles and ten books. The most recent are: The Talent Delusion: Why Data, Not Intuition, Is The Key To Unlocking Human Potential and Why Do So Many Incompetent Men Become Leaders? And How to Fix It.

Talent Leadership. Foreseeing performance in strategic planning of talent

– Work and skills of the future
– The right talent in key roles: what psychology tells us
– People Analytics and Data-Led Talent Strategy
– Diversity & Inclusion in Data-Led Talent Strategy