Jeffrey Hesse, Author at Insurance Thought Leadership

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Jeffrey Hesse

Jeffrey Hesse

Jeffrey Hesse co-leads PwC’s people & organization business in the U.S., a team of experts that focuses on helping clients transform their human capital functions to get the extraordinary done. More than ever, senior executives are taking a long-term view of their workforce as assets on their balance sheet to be able to execute their strategy and deliver returns. From strategy through execution, PwC’s people & organization professionals help clients develop innovative talent strategies, and implement them by leveraging technology, deep knowledge, data analytics and strategic change management expertise so that people and organization strategies align with overall business goals.

With 25 years of consulting experience, Hesse is a trusted advisor to clients, serving some of the best companies in the world across industries, and with specific depth in financial services. Hesse serves as the lead client service partner to one of the world’s leading financial services brands.

Hesse is active in the Chicago community, serving on not-for-profit boards, and in PwC’s Chicago office where he strongly supports the firm’s diversity initiatives and is the partner sponsor for the black professional network.

An Iowa native, Hesse earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Iowa. Hesse has also completed executive education courses at Harvard University. Hesse and his family live in the city of Chicago, where they enjoy the experience of living in a large urban environment and all it has to offer.

Recent Articles by Jeffrey Hesse

If Growing Gets Tough, Tough Get Growing

Successful businesses continuously draw on their strengths – and their people – for growth. How do you describe the strengths of your business now? How would you describe the strengths that you’ll likely need in a year? In a few years? And how do these strengths translate into the skills your people will need in the future? For […]

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