An experienced IT leader with a varied background in technology, she has strong end-to-end IT management experience across applications, infrastructure and outsourced services.
Having spent most of their career in a tier 1 consulting firm working directly within the office of the CEO on challenging corporate strategy problems, this candidate has the gravitas and smarts to not only add value in a group strategy function but also has proven people leadership experience, leading multiple teams with a variety of backgrounds.
This business-facing data science leader is exceptionally strong across customer and marketing analytics. In particular, her expertise is in building high-performance teams from scratch and developing existing team members to take their skills to the next level.
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Women are (still) under-represented at senior levels in many organisations, which is why we launched our "Women in Leadership" program in 2014 to assist businesses to tackle this issue. Since launching the program, we are proud that our placement levels have achieved gender parity at 50/50.
We're proactively partnering with businesses to help them solves some of their diversity challenges. This includes market mapping for niche skill sets ahead of time and working on nurture and engagement programs so we can transition and on-board females effectiveley, at the right ponts in time, for their career.Find out more
Together with Women on Boards, our round table series addresses why the current measures being adopted by organisations are not delivering the desired results including a review of what’s been working, what hasn’t and what new strategies can be implemented to move the dial.
One of the deepest structural influences we have on gender balance or diversity in general is the way that we approach talent. Currently, there is a race to find high potential people between the ages of 28-35, so that we can over-invest in them, over-sponsor them and give them abundant opportunities.