Beca Group appoints new Chief People & Culture Officer

'Our people and our culture are what make our company thrive, so this is a crucial leadership role'

Beca Group appoints new Chief People & Culture Officer

Beca Group has appointed Anne Henry as their new Chief People & Culture Officer.

Henry joins Beca’s Executive Leadership Team (ELT) from Air New Zealand where she was General Manager People – Corporate & Business Transformation.

Beca is one of the largest employee-owned professional services consultancies in the Asia-Pacific region, with nearly 3,500 employees in 20 offices around the world delivering projects in more than 70 countries. 

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 Prior to joining Beca, Henry spent nearly seven years in a range of human resources leadership roles with Air New Zealand, delivering key projects in the areas of leadership development and business transformation.

A strategic and commercial human resources professional, Henry is especially passionate about leadership, culture and talent development.

Greg Lowe, Group CEO, said, the company are delighted to welcome Anne to Beca.

“We are truly a people business. Our people and our culture are what make our company thrive, so this is a crucial leadership role,” said Lowe.

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 Lowe added that a strong strategic direction in our people and culture programme is essential to support the business in the successful delivery of their long-term strategic plan and our shorter-term operational performance.

Henry said she is “really excited to be joining Beca, where it’s clear people are truly the heart of the business”.

“I look forward to working with Beca’s highly regarded people & culture team to continue to develop its impressive culture and talent pool.”

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