Wondrous Appoints Mark Campbell as Chairman
Wondrous is delighted to announce that Mark Campbell has been appointed as Chair of the Board of Directors.
Wondrous has recently developed a new 5 year strategy focused on helping to change the world of work forever. Outgoing Chair, Martyn Dawes, commented that “as Wondrous embarks on the next stage of our ambitious growth plans, Mark will bring to bear his extensive experience in building and leading management consulting businesses.” Martyn will remain on the Board as a Non Executive Director.
Mark Campbell said “I am thrilled and privileged to be asked to take on this role. Leaders and businesses are struggling to come to terms with a rapidly changing work environment, the challenges of Covid19, economic turmoil and an increasing desire for more flexible work arrangements. In that context I am confident that we can help clients maximise their organisational effectiveness and improve productivity by helping leaders become more engaged with their people. In addition, we can help them build organisations which are more welcoming, agile and adaptable places to work.”
With over 20 years in senior strategic roles at RGP, KPMG, Hedra and Hitachi Vantara, Mark brings a wealth of experience to the Wondrous table. Welcome, Mark!
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