Barbara Ceratto

Human Cap­i­tal Senior Con­sul­tant

HR Audit

Brand Aware­ness

Dig­i­tal Trans­for­ma­tion



If you had asked me as a child what I dreamed of being when I grew up, I prob­a­bly would have answered host­ess, to trav­el con­stant­ly dis­cov­er­ing new lan­guages and cul­tures, or psy­chol­o­gist, to learn about the human mind in all its facets. I have been always fas­ci­nat­ed by the pos­si­bil­i­ty of estab­lish­ing end­less dia­logue with the peo­ple around me, and it is still what I am most pas­sion­ate about in my work.


As Glasford’s Human Cap­i­tal Senior Con­sul­tant, in fact, my job is to thor­ough­ly under­stand the needs of com­pa­nies and co-con­struct with them the best strat­e­gy to meet them, through inte­grat­ed projects across the three busi­ness lines. To do this, I always think that the ocean is made up of many drops: this for me means nev­er los­ing sight of all the nuances that char­ac­ter­ize each work envi­ron­ment and each per­son in it. Even seem­ing­ly sim­i­lar com­pa­nies, in fact, bring with them pecu­liar­i­ties that set them apart.


Accom­pa­ny­ing orga­ni­za­tions on their path of evo­lu­tion, on my point of view, means con­tin­u­ing to improve my knowl­edge and estab­lish­ing a rela­tion­ship of mutu­al trust with the com­pa­nies that rely on us, going beyond the indi­vid­ual project. Only in this way does every rela­tion­ship become a way to grow togeth­er.