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Senior Appointee to Develop New Ventures


Senior Appointee to Develop New Ventures for Kerridge & Partners

Auckland, 09 December 2013 – Leadership advisory business Kerridge & Partners today announced the appointment of HR strategist Nathalie Gray to the role of director, as the company positions itself to innovate for the benefit of its New Zealand and international client base.

Ms Gray, who trained in the United Kingdom, is a registered psychologist, chartered corporate banker and chartered HR practitioner. She has extensive experience in the UK Banking sector – working for Halifax, Bank of Scotland - where she was responsible for creating leadership development programmes, talent management plans and capability development programmes to improve leadership skills, enable teams to work together more effectively, improve employee engagement and workforce productivity.

After moving to New Zealand, Ms Gray has held senior talent and organisational development roles at Fonterra and The University of Auckland. She joins Kerridge & Partners, following a period of sustained growth in the company, and is one of four directors, a role second only to partner in seniority.

Peter Kerridge, partner, says that Kerridge & Partners is expecting to grow and the company is delighted to welcome such a high calibre candidate to the team.

“Nathalie brings with her a wealth of experience that will be of enormous benefit to our clients. She has been very successful in finding solutions to complex leadership, talent development and talent management problems for very large organisations.

“Nathalie will work with clients in the areas of executive search, boardroom consulting and human capital consulting, as well as playing a pivotal role in helping Kerridge & Partners as we seek to diversify and generate new ways of helping our current and future clients.”


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