Country Sales Lead and Senior Client Director, Korn Ferry Digital

As a member of Korn Ferry's Digital Leadership team and partner to Korn Ferry Digital's enterprise clients Mr. Borensztajn is helping clients to drive organizational performance through people supported with a world-class integrated platform that gives clients direct access to the proprietary data insights and analytics.

Currently Mr. Borensztajn is leading the Dutch commercial Digital team and has overall responsibility for excellence within a territory and within the remit of the firm's strategic direction and policies.

In his 15 years of experience with the firm Mr. Borensztajn has gained expertise in helping global clients with their pressing Compensation and Benefits, Talent Management, Leadership Development and Engagement issues; effectively managing reward and talent programs, how to best review, analyze and benchmark these and implement new programs at a global level.

His work has ranged from managing and supporting organisations through their reward and talent needs by reviewing, analysing, benchmarking their reward and talent programs. His experience as a country lead and senior client director has contributed to his project leadership and client relationship skills.

Apart from helping organizations in the area of reward, Mr. Borensztajn has facilitated various international trainings both with clients as internally. Ranging from training clients on reward and talent management, round tables and discussions about digital innovations, action planning sessions and sales effectiveness training.

Prior to joining Korn Ferry Mr. Borensztajn started and managed a business within the entertainment industry, serving more than 8000 customers everyday.

Mr. Borensztajn joined Korn Ferry in 2004. After three years he joined our UK office and has rejoined Korn Ferry the Netherlands in 2009. He holds an Master in Science qualification in Psychology , with focus on Personnel & Organization of the University of Amsterdam (UvA). During his studies his focus has been on organizational processes and structures and how employee satisfaction can both influence different ways of coping with conflict and the intention to leave an organization.