PDI Promotes Per Tillman to Deputy Managing Director for Scandinavia

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<strong>Stockholm &mdash; March 5</strong><br />Personnel Decisions International (PDI), a global consulting firm specializing in talent management and leadership development, promoted Per Tillman to deputy managing director for PDI Scandinavia. <br /><br />In additional to working on his own accounts, Tillman will take on management responsibilities for PDI Sweden&rsquo;s consultant team. He will report to Hans Östlund, managing director for PDI Scandinavia. <br /><br />&ldquo;For many years, Per has demonstrated excellent skills in growing customer accounts,&rdquo; said Klaus Schuler, senior vice president of PDI&rsquo;s European, Middle East and African region. &ldquo;That experience will now be of great help when supporting the entire team to focus on further business opportunities on existing accounts and new potential customers. We are happy to announce Per&rsquo;s well-deserved promotion and are confident that his new role will further broaden our customer base and help us meet our future goals.&rdquo; <br /><br />Tillman, who joined PDI in 2000, works primarily with talent management system design and application, assessment centers, leadership development and 360-degree feedback. He has worked within a variety of industries, both global and local, and has extensive experience and expertise in large-scale project management and application. <br /><br />The author of a book on the theory and application of assessment centers, Tillman holds a B.A. in psychology from the University of North Florida and an M.A. and a Ph.D. in industrial/organizational psychology from the University of South Florida.<br />

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