The wealth management industry search specialist has appointed an industry veteran as its new chair.
Cathy Doyle will advise Super Recruiter’s knowledge and consulting work in order to assist the HR teams of both wealth managers and super funds to “refine their recruiting and people management in the new COVID world”.
“Cathy brings a wealth of HR department knowledge, insights and contacts to the Super Recruiters team,” said executive director Sally Humphris.
“Together, we look forward to helping our industry’s HR departments – and their people – better succeed in today’s challenging COVID world.”
Ms Doyle has previously held the role of group executive for human resources at Rabobank, chief people officer at McDonald’s Australia, and head of HR at BNP Paribas. She has also been a member of the founding board of International Women’s Forum Australia and a non-executive director of Mason Stevens.
“I look forward to helping the HR leaders of wealth managers and super funds better position their organisations in the current and post-COVID world. Humanised HR leaders who adapt and transform are our future,” Ms Doyle said.
“While there are a range of challenges for people in our organisations, there are also solutions. These range from simple ways to improve processes, including how to recruit people given social distancing, as well as what additional skills to look for – such as self-motivation, resilience and more.”
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