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About CCI Consulting

Consultative Partner

CCI Consulting partners with clients to optimize their human capital by building the capacity, resilience, and competencies needed to drive business results. We help our clients develop talent pipelines, engage and retain top talent, strengthen leaders, and improve the performance of individuals and teams. Our consultants have a clear understanding of organizational needs and develop appropriate solutions while providing the highest level of service and responsiveness.

Local Expertise, Global Reach

CCI Consulting is a Certified Women’s Business Enterprise with global reach. With local offices across Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware, we are the largest privately-held human capital management consulting firm in the Delaware Valley. We have global capabilities through our ownership in Career Partners International, a worldwide partnership of over 70 talent management and career transition firms with more than 270 offices in over 45 countries.

Depth and Breadth of Experience

Since 1988, we have helped more than 1,700 organizations, from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies, across a variety of industries. Clients rely on CCI to address the talent challenges that accompany growth and change. Our expert consultants deliver strategies, solutions, and services for all stages of the employee life cycle through four practice areas:

Talent Acquisition: Finding the right people to fit every business need.

Talent Development: Developing people and teams to support business growth.

HR Consulting: Delivering proven solutions to manage human capital.

Career Transition: Providing experience and expertise in career transition.

 

 

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