The People and Change experts Connor announce the appointment of Tom Henderson-Griffiths as Head of Organisational Design, Change and HR Services.
Tom’s appointment coincides with Connor’s continuing drive for growth. Working with Sharon Platts and Jon Younger in the Organisational Design, Change and HR Services Centre of Expertise, Tom brings even more expertise to the Connor business in the design, delivery and embedding of organisational design and change. At a time when organisational change is high on the agenda for many organisations, Tom will take the lead in exploring and understanding our clients’ needs, and in turn delighting them with bespoke solutions that help them evolve their organisations to thrive in 2019 and beyond.
Tom has an impressive track record of partnering with business leaders to drive organisational change that delivers bottom line benefit. He is particularly passionate about adapting the approach to change so it fits the needs of the organisation and is successfully embedded. He has significant HR experience gained from a variety of sectors, including retail, waste, gas and construction, and has worked in organisations of very different shapes, sizes and cultures.
Sharon Platts, Director for Organisational Design, Change and HR Services, comments:
“It’s great to have Tom on board. His energy, relentless commercial focus on what makes a real difference to organisations, and deep experience makes him a fantastic addition to our team here at Connor, as we continue to partner with our clients to deliver outstanding results.”
Commenting on his new role, Tom adds:
“I’m so excited to be joining Connor. It’s a really interesting time in the UK at the moment, and in my view the role HR professionals have to play has never been more important. When I think of all the legislative and political changes happening, I see some really exciting opportunities for Connor to support its customers – not only to be adequately prepared, but to thrive in this environment. I look forward to working with you all”.