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Pinar Senkos is a Partner in Odgers Berndtson’s Istanbul office where she focuses on executive search assignments across a broad range of industries in general management as executive roles in Sales, Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, Business Development and Legal fields.
She is also an acknowledged expert in Management Audit, Talent Review & Leadership Development projects and has successfully designed and led numerous development and coaching programs.
Prior to joining Odgers Berndtson in 1999, she acquired HR Management experience at a major retail company, and created the recruitment practice of a boutique consulting firm. She also gained significant market research experience at an international research company.
Pinar has an M.A. degree in European Union Studies and a B.A. degree in Business Administration from Marmara University, Istanbul.
As world-class organizations grapple with the global challenges of the 21st century, it is their leaders that define success.
With increasingly fierce competition for leadership talent and a compelling focus on intellectual resources, the human resources field is experiencing a renaissance.
The continuing globalization of this high-end, high-value sector demands exceptional leaders, who know how to differentiate services, embrace innovation and deliver value.
Technological advances, globalization and the Internet are reshaping the rules in today's consumer & retail services market, demanding exceptional talent at the top.
Financial services firms require strong leaders, global visionaries and superbly qualified professionals to move them forward in the 21st Century.
The demand for new leaders is endless for both information & communications organizations selling into the enterprise, as well as convergent, web and wireless enabled technology businesses.
In technology, with apparently boundless application and insatiable markets, it is the human factor - leadership - that differentiates the stellar successes from the rest.