Chief Happiness Officer and HR Director
Member since 1 year
Julian Troian, HR Director & Chief Happiness Officer at Etix Everywhere and Adjunct Professor of Strategic Human Resources Management at the Welch MBA at the Sacred Heart University - Luxembourg Campus. Graduated in Economics and Banking Sciences at University of Udine, (Italy) Julian has covered senior HR Roles in the Banking sector, Industrial Multinationals, Private Equity owned companies, Retail Business ans Start Ups, always focusing on engagement programs, leadership development, strategic recruitment, personnel well-being, organization analysis and re-design. Julian loves pioneering and testing new tools in the real working life.
Initially working in Paris at the Headquarters of Banque Sudameris he first discovered the importance of keeping and nurturing talent in organizations. Next he moved to Milan at the Bank’s mother company Intesa San Paolo where he joined the HR & Organization team in the Foreign Banks Division, deploying innovative Talent and Leadership Development programs for the newly acquired banks and supporting the Due Diligence team for new acquisitions.
Based in Udine, Julian then accepted the role of HR Director Europe at Snaidero, 4th European manufacturer of fitted kitchens. He then became HR and Organization Director of Stroili Oro Group, the largest jewelry chain in Europe with 350 direct stores where he led the training and re-engagement program of store personnel. Since 2010, he has been HR Director EMEA at Ampacet Corporation taking care of engagement programs, leadership development, strategic recruitment, personnel well-being, organization analysis and re-design.
He is now HR Director and Chief Happiness Officer of Etix Everywhere a Start-up company based in Luxembourg where he is working deploy an innovative approach to people management, based on transparency, involvement, freedom, engagement and personal commitment.
Julian is also Adjunct Professor at SDA Bocconi Business School in Milan where he lectures MBA and Executive MBA Students on Engagement, Leadership and Strategic Human Resources Management.