Virtual Fireside Chat: Inside the mind of Adrian Shooter, VP Talent Management at Phillip Morris International
On-Demand | 🕒 45 minutes
Our CEO David Plink caught up with Adrian Shooter, VP of Integrated Talent Management for Phillip Morris International (PMI) on 27 May 2021 in our second virtual fireside chat: Inside the mind of Adrian Shooter. Adrian shared his views on the changing landscape of diversity, equality, and inclusion. He explored audience questions on leadership and career development at PMI. He highlighted the value of the Top Employers Certification Programme and how it serves as framework for challenging and developing PMI’s outstanding people practices - to watch the full fireside chat, fill in the form.
- Diversity, equality and inclusion moving from a ‘nice to have’ to a ‘strategic business imperative’.
- A new leadership framework based on leading with context, empathy, good judgement and resilience.
- Growing your career through building your network.
Adrian also shared some of his personal story and his journey to the VP of Integrated Talent Management at Phillip Morris International.
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Vice President Talent Management at Phillip Morris International
Adrian Shooter is the Vice President of Talent Management at Phillip Morris International (PMI). He is a thought leader and a strategic lead at PMI in creating a global workforce with a commercial focus. With over 25+ years of experience in talent management, Adrian brings with him exceptional experience and insight in the field of people practices on a global perspective. He is passionate about leadership reshaping and diversity & inclusion.
CEO at Top Employers Institute
David brings more than two decades of experience in general, commercial and change management in global, results-driven companies in the HR space. As CEO, David is responsible for general management within the Top Employers Institute. Under his leadership the company has spread its wings to 121 countries/regions, enriching the working lives of more than seven million people.