We spoke with Adriana Piotrowska-Milczarek, Citi Learning Cluster Head in the EMEA region at Citi Service Center Poland, about the role of diversity and information flow in global companies, applying coaching methods to facilitate employee development, and using speed dating to inspire mentor-mentee talks.Careers in Poland: Many employers say that people are the most important asset in their company. Adriana Piotrowska-Milczarek: The financial sector, including banks, is a specific environment that relies heavily on people and their interactions with clients.
Managers at Citi are career sponsors – we teach them to perceive their employees not as tools in achieving their goals, but as people, whose value is gradually increasing in the long run.
It is enough to look at our website and the tab devoted to global jobs at Citi.
It is logical that constant development of human capital is of great importance to us.
We have to bear in mind that nowadays competitiveness is not measured by price, but by value added to a product or service, and their quality is shaped by the experience of our experts.
Therefore, investing in human resources is one of the key elements in our company’s development strategy.
What we offer to our clients derives from the creativity and innovation of our employees.