Marijo Bos has more than 20 years of experience in talent management with fast growth global and entrepreneurial organizations. During her 11 years with a top executive recruiting firm (RRA) she co led the global media-entertainment practice interviewing 1000’s, matching and securing selected leaders for leadership roles in the Americas, Europe and Asia. She developed her skills on assessing and matching talent with the Walt Disney Company as this top client experienced exponential growth across businesses. She was later recruited to join a venture backed accelerator as SVP, Chief Talent Officer where her team attracted 300 media, technology leaders across 10 startups, from CEO’s to coders and created a internal community of collaboration. Previously Marijo served as President, Board Member of PWN, a Global Network supporting the business case for inclusive leadership. She collaborated with dozens of partner organizations across 24 city networks, 600+ events and numerous community mentoring programs.
In parallel, she served as Partner, Oliver Wyman Executive Leadership and today leads Bos Advisors leadership and learning platform where she collaborates with clients and other global providers on the design and delivery of action learning and leadership programs for executives, teams and larger groups. She facilitates growth and discovery dialogues with executive teams who then create environments where high performance team members are aligned on key drivers of success, on how to cultivates diverse and inclusive business practices thus creating a smart and highly connected team and organization. Positive leadership, resilience and the pause are embedded into programs on decision making, uncovering blind spots, compassion for self and others, advancing personal and business growth. Marijo has served organizations such as NTT, Merck, Disney, Bonnier Media, Anglo-American, Novartis, U.A.E Government, MAFT, Time Warner, Nike, AGCS, BT, Toshiba, WIMBIZ Nigeria, Morgan Stanley, UBS, Credit Suisse, Ferrovial, Cemex, Grupo Santander, Rolls Royce PLC, IE Business School WOB & Good Governance program, Duke CE and others. See full profile here.