Klára Tatár-Kiss has more than 20 years of leadership experience in various multinational corporations, working and living both in Hungary and abroad. Klara currently is the CE5 Cluster Human Resources Head at Citi, covering Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania and Bulgaria. Throughout her career her leadership responsibilities extended into multiple regions and while she was based in a London headquarter, she had a global talent management role. Klara has started to join BGE as a guest lecturer nearly 10 years ago.
In her work she puts a strong emphasis on diversity and inclusion, under her HR leadership her organizations were awarded by several recognitions such as Family Friendly Workplace Award, Disabled Friendly Workplace, Best place to Work Award and Healthy Workplace certificate. Her family friendly efforts were recognized also by the society when she was recognised with the Peldakep Award by Lifegarden in 2017.
Klara considers talent management, coaching and mentoring as critical pillars in management and she is committed to develop a culture embracing coaching type of leadership, she herself is also a practicing coach with European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) senior practitioner accreditation. Under her professional leadership her organisation has already been twice awarded by the Mentor Oscar prize. She is committed and dedicated to develop youngsters and has a focus on mentoring women early at their careers.
Klara completed her studies in Hungary and in England: Henley Management College – Diploma in Management Studies; Henley Management College – Certificate of Coaching; NLP Institute – Licensed NLP Master Practitioner; Hogan certification; Pénzügyi és Számviteli Főiskola – post-degree in economy; József Attila Tudományegyetem Biology-English major. She obtained her human resources professional qualifications abroad; Klara has the fellow level of accreditation at Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). Klara is a true believer of continuous learning; she is currently writing her research paper as a PhD student at Eötvös Loránd University at the Sociology Doctoral School in the Interdisciplinary faculty. Klara loves spending time with her family and passionate about playing board games and baking cakes.