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Human Capital Development

Emerging markets practice

Deloitte’s Human Capital Practice has worked at various levels of government throughout the world, including USAID-funded efforts in Central Asia, Southeast Asia, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, and Sub-Saharan Africa. We help to deliver practical services and solutions designed to address the cultural, technological, and economic realities specific to each country and organization. Our focus is on the human factors that can positively impact an organization and the local population. We increase organizational effectiveness through high-quality talent strategies, learning and talent development, organizational design, and strategic change management capabilities.

Human Capital subcategories:

  • Capacity Development - Capacity development is a service offering that can increase the ability of an organization to provide sustained, improved performance in the absence of ongoing donor support. This is central to international development and is the heart of what we do. We collaboratively measure organizational resilience and performance, build both, and assist the client to internalize continuous improvement.
  • Workforce Development - Identifying needed skills through labor market and industry analyses, and designs and implements employment strategies, training, education, and vocational programs resulting in a more skilled workforce to meet labor market goals and promote entrepreneurship.
  • Gender Development - Deloitte Consulting’s Gender Dividend Framework leverages our internal diversity and inclusion leading practices to help our clients advance their organizational strategies.  In the Gender Dividend: Making the business case for investing in women, Deloitte Consulting defines the Gender Dividend as a steady benefit that is earned by making wise, balanced investments in developing women as workers and potential leaders as well as understanding women as consumers and their impact on the economy and the bottom line. Done right, the Gender Dividend can result in increased sales, expanded markets, and improved recruitment and retention of a specific talent segment for our private sector clients.  For our public sector clients, the Gender Dividend can result in increased government mission performance and sustainable development as well as improved talent recruitment and retention.

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