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Organisational Development Specialist at Kerridge & Partners

Organisational Development Specialist Joins Kerridge & Partners

Auckland, 31 July 2014 – Leadership advisory business Kerridge & Partners today announced the appointment of organisational development specialist and Human Synergistics Accredited Coach, David Fuller.

Fuller has strong experience in organisational and capability development, helping companies and government departments to drive improved performance through effective people strategies. His varied career spans a number of industries including infrastructure, telecommunications, government, gaming/entertainment and consultancy and mental health.

David has worked on both sides of the Tasman and has coached many managers to success. He joins Kerridge & Partners as a director, on a maternity cover contract.

His last role was with grid operator Transpower, as Business Transformation Manager for Grid Performance, working across the areas of business strategy, business change, leadership, culture and talent management.

Before that he worked for four years in two key roles at The New Zealand Treasury: as the senior organisational development specialist and as the Business Support Manager, leading a team of 40. He is working towards his MBA with the Edinburgh Business School and is accredited in a number of psychometric and behavioural profiling systems.

Peter Kerridge, partner, says that Kerridge & Partners will benefit from David’s broad experience.

“David not only has vast experience as an HR practitioner and consultant, he also has worked as a general manager. He knows first-hand the kind of challenges that our clients are facing, and this brings tremendous insights to his work.

“He has a real passion to help people make the changes they feel they need to take the next big step, and we welcome David to our close-knit team.”

Fuller will help grow Kerridge & Partners’ organisational development and coaching offering, and will work with the partners of the business to hone the company’s development plan.

About Kerridge & Partners
Kerridge & Partners is a leadership advisory business focused on finding (through executive search) and or developing, great business leaders. The company takes a holistic approach to solving clients’ leadership problems offering a unique combination of services including search, coaching, executive team and board dynamics, board evaluation, leadership assessment and strategic talent identification and management. Kerridge & Partners deliver proven, benchmarked performance, utilise globally recognised evaluation and assessment tools and have a growing offshore presence in emerging markets. For further information visit www.kerridgepartners.com

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