Managing Partner, Head of Executive Search Practice, Head of Banking & Finance PracticeMorsina@rosexpert.ru
Oxana runs financial sector projects for the leading multinational and Russian organizations operating in Russia and the CIS. Her expertise ranges from
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Oxana joined RosExpert in 2002 as a Consultant and has evolved into a Managing Partner. Prior to her current role as Head of the Executive Search and Head of the Banking & Finance Practice, Oxana combined project related activities with forming and developing RosExpert’s team as Head of Research.
Before joining RosExpert, Oxana worked for executive search firm Heidrick & Struggles.
Oxana studied at London Business School and Harvard Business School. She holds a bachelor’s degree in linguistics.
She has a command of English and German.
It is hardly possible to single out a purely female leadership style and ways to enhance employee engagement. However, we can consider the life scenarios and aspirations most common to women. Making a family, a need to take care of children, a desire to be heard and recognized, keeping the work & life balance, health, beauty and energy for achievements — learn more about the four career types and the employer's respective behavior strategy from the op-ed column by Oxana Morsina (the original text is in Russian).
Oxana Morsina continues a series of her op-ed publications for FORBES.RU. This time she dwells on how to become a chameleon — the five qualities that will help one adapt to the future challenges (the original text is in Russian).
Oxana Morsina shared the trends in the labor market pertaining to the investment sector.
Large-scale sanations of big-name banks have narrowed the job market in the banking sector. In such conditions, the largest investment banking employers operating in Russia have gained an excellent opportunity to upgrade their teams by hiring brilliant minds without having to “pay over the odds” (the original text is in Russian).