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Expanding our brand

​​2014 marked a year of remarkable progress for Deloitte University (DU) in Westlake. Building on that progress, DU is extending its impact beyond Westlake to sites in Brussels, Hyderabad, Toronto, and Asia Pacific, bringing the same excellence to clients and colleagues worldwide.​

“To achieve our vision, the Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL) network continues to make significant investments in the design and delivery of an inclusive, world-class learning experience. Through a global Deloitte University curriculum and regional facilities, we provide enriching experiences for Deloitte people and create a place where leaders thrive and ideas prosper,” said Margot Thom, Deloitte Global chief talent officer.

For Michael Morrell, former leader of Global Leadership and Learning, creating a seamless experience, regardless of location, has been a top priority. “The significant challenge is replicating the ‘wow’ factor, not only in learning programs, but in the entire experience—from registration to fostering lasting connections afterward,” said Michael. Addition of other sites is made possible through joint work of regional deans and the establishment of guidelines that direct the decision-making process, experience, and quality standards of facilities and programs. The result will be a seamlessly delivered global curriculum with consistent standards of quality and excellence.

An imperative is to protect the brand and ensure a consistent delivery and exceptional experience for seamless service across borders. “Apart from the fact that it brings great pride for our people—you can see it in their eyes when they arrive at any facility—we’re developing leaders around the globe who are serving our clients in the best, most consistent way,” said Michael.​

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