William Hirsch is a Senior Consultant for People and Organization Analytics reporting to the New York City Office.
He focuses on building people and organizational insights for clients to serve a multitude of functions. He is excited to integrate people data into existing Korn Ferry solutions and implement novel People Analytics products for our clients in the future.
He has extensive experience developing and delivering dynamic dashboard visualizations showcasing both novel and existing metrics to stakeholders with engaging presentations and hands-on training to encourage data literacy for all.
Taking a customer-centric approach to his work in the past, William has been able to utilize design thinking, create personas, and set realistic expectations for stakeholders with thoughtful communication.
William’s time spent at a world-renowned cancer institution for 5 years has given him excellent insight into the healthcare industry, hierarchies, ways of working, goals, metrics, employee types, and general strategic approaches. Most recently as a Business Intelligence Analyst, he developed an aptitude for discovering insights via data analysis.
His technical skills include Tableau and SQL for data visualization and data extraction with growing talent in PowerBI, Python, R, and Alteryx. He also has a keen understanding of data standardization principles for reusability and self-service.
With proficiency in understanding technical capabilities and leveraging advanced solutions, his desire is to discover new ways of working, tap into the potential of his colleagues, and motivate those around him.
Mr. Hirsch was part of the first cohort welcomed into New York University’s Human Capital Analytics and Technology Master’s program. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Management with a Minor in Human Resources Management from Indiana University. He is also a mentor for current undergraduates going through his same college at IU.
In his free time, he likes to exercise, read, cook, eat, ski, scuba dive, travel, and experience new cultures.