Director Corporate Services & CLIP
EFMD Global Network
Martin Moehrle is a thought leader, consultant, and former global head of talent and learning at UBS and at Deutsche Bank. In 2015 he reopened his management consulting practice. Martin has been advising numerous organizations, many of them Fortune Global 500 companies, on corporate transformation and culture change, as well as on adapting their HR, leadership, talent, learning and D&I practices to the new realities of work. Martin is also Director of Corporate Services at EFMD, where he manages corporate members and the Corporate Learning Improvement Process (CLIP), a leading quality management system for corporate learning. In this capacity, he works with a great many of learning and development leaders around the world and across industries on defining and achieving the next level of their functions’ path to excellence.
From 2012 to 2015 Martin was Global Head of Talent and member of the HR Executive Committee at UBS, based in Zurich and leading all talent acquisition and talent development practices globally. Following the financial crisis, he helped UBS to successfully rebuild its talent engine and to align its culture to the new realities of the industry. For many years through 2008 Martin was Chief Learning Officer, Global Head of HR Development, and member of the Global HR Committee at Deutsche Bank. He assumed various HR executive positions and led many initiatives to transform Deutsche Bank into an agile, learning, global, and diverse organization.
Martin has been past and present member of advisory councils at Business Schools and HR think tanks (e. g. Wharton School, Uni. St Gallen, INSEAD, ESMT, Goethe University, Frankfurt School), senior advisor to EFMD, founding member of ECLF and member of the executive board of ICEDR. Specialties: corporate transformation and culture change, organizational development, HR strategy and transformation, alignment and engagement strategies, employer branding and recruitment, integrated talent management, leadership development, corporate learning, performance management, diversity & inclusion, talent pipelining and succession management, talent marketplaces, future of work, agile management, Rendanheyi and ecosystem thinking, leading global teams and functions, management consulting.