As an advisory specialist in our people advisory team, I support organisations on all aspects of the people agenda, with a particular focus on the people side to digital transformation.
I support clients across all sectors to drive organisational performance through their people and skills strategy. This ranges from scoping and identifying talent requirements, learning design and delivery, as well as working with partners on co-designed, co-delivered apprenticeship programmes. As organisations seek to adapt and thrive in this fourth technological age, I lead the programme management around data and digital skills, as well as the commercial and people skills required to get the most of our technological investments.
I previously spent six years in corporate finance, before pivoting to a career in people advisory. This experience led me to truly appreciate the pivotal role that talent plays to the success of an organisation.
I am hugely passionate about using skills to help people feel confident and achieve their full potential, and the duality this has with enabling organisations to achieve more. We’re lucky enough to see fantastic examples of organisations delivering results through their people every day, whilst capitalising in the funding for apprenticeships. In 2019, the team won Most Innovative Client Service at the Managing Partners’ Forum, recognising their approach to awareness raising on apprenticeships.
I also lead our internal business consulting’s approach to skills and learning, bringing together multiple teams across the business and delivering a talent strategy that supports nine different service lines.
Outside of work, I love to get involved in all sports and have recently signed up to learn tennis. Throughout lockdown I discovered an entrepreneurial flair and set up two projects, one hosting international cooking classes by people living across the globe, and another as a group coaching programme to help people kick start towards their goals.
- Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development