Richard Klingshirn joined Xerox with the acquisition of Intellinex LLC, a subsidiary of Ernst & Young LLP, where he served as Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer. He oversaw operations and delivery of learning services to clients, as well as the company’s legal and HR functions.
During his eight years with Intellinex, Klingshirn also served as Senior Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer. Earlier in his tenure, he oversaw development and delivery of learning services to the Ernst & Young Assurance and Advisory Business Services Practice, where he was instrumental in developing and implementing the firm’s eLearning transformation.
Klingshirn holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Cleveland State University and is a licensed CPA in Ohio.
Learning and Development for Long-Term Gains
A veteran of the industry, Klingshirn has extensive experience developing and delivering learning strategies and outsourcing solutions. He has been instrumental in transforming the learning processes of large organizations. An author and speaker for numerous industry events and publications, Klingshirn is one of the most visible faces in the learning industry. He is known for his ability to provide pragmatic learning solutions founded on proven business principles.
Klingshirn can provide expert perspective on how current economic and evolving workforce trends are prompting companies to think strategically about learning and development for long-term gains. This includes:
- Transforming approaches to learning while reducing costs
- Managing talent effectively to deliver on long-term goals, but within tighter budget constraints
- Developing learning initiatives and processes for improved performance among large, global workforces
- Ensuring that retiree intellectual capital is captured and passed on to younger workers entering the workforce
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