Maureen O’Malley Rehfuss, newly named president of Career Partners International, Twin Cities, plans to expand the reach of the Bloomington-based talent management consultancy’s services.
O’Malley Rehfuss said she would like to broaden the firm’s executive coaching and leadership development services relative to its career transition services, now accounting for 60 percent of business. “We’ve been branching out to take our coaching services deeper into organizations, ” she said.
O’Malley Rehfuss, a corporate human resources leader for three decades, had used all of CPI Twin Cities’ services before joining the firm as president in 2017. As a corporate client, she sought CPI Twin Cities’ advice for onboarding new executives and taking care of transitioning leaders and employees through numerous mergers and acquisitions. Then, she said, she returned as a candidate client of the firm when she was in career transition during the Great Recession.Continue Reading