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Jay Connolly is the Global Chief Talent Officer of Dentons’ human resources, recruiting and training functions, delivering best practices and ensuring consistent standards across all geographies. He advises the firm’s leaders on opportunities to enhance all aspects of talent management including recruitment, performance management, diversity, training and development, and compensation and benefits programs for everyone at the firm. As part of the Dentons’ leadership team he is focused on building a world-leading HR and talent function. Learn more at: https://www.dentons.com/en/jay-connolly.

Build It or Change? Making Culture Tangible

Build It or Change? Making Culture Tangible

30,000 feet. Long-haul travel. I am tired but intrigued about what I am observing. Not the behavior of other passengers, which would be cause for many articles, but the cabin team. There is a tangible difference in the approach, connection and way that many routine air travel activities are being executed. Having now flown with […]

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