Hall & Partners appoints Sue Klinck as ‘Global Head of People and Culture’

Hall & Partners today announced the creation of an integral new role, ‘Global Head of People and Culture’, to support its continued transformation into a strategic brand consultancy.

This important position is being led by former Partner, Sue Klinck, who joined Hall & Partners in 2005 and has since led large teams across UK and US offices. Sue’s new role is to support and grow Hall & Partners’ talent and develop a culture that runs towards change to facilitate meaningful transformation.

Sue will work closely with Hall & Partners’ Chief Transformation Officer, Richard Owen, to identify ‘talent of the future’ and support growth across the brand’s nine global offices. Sue says, “Hall & Partners is a brand I have lived and breathed for almost 15 years and I feel incredibly lucky to be in a position where I can actively contribute to our strategic transformation. Top of my agenda is unlocking the true power of existing and new talent through our dedicated learning and development programmes, and cultivating an inclusive and flexible working environment that supports and encourages diversity”.

Global CEO, Vanella Jackson, says, “Sue has an intimate knowledge of our business, a clear understanding of our vision, and the energy and enthusiasm to help us all on our journey to achieve it. We are excited to witness the transformational change across our wider business through innovative new ways of working and harnessing diverse talent.”

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