YSC Announces New Head of Leadership Potential

General Press Releases Tuesday September 12, 2017 07:40
NEW YORK--12 Sep--PRNewswire/InfoQuest
YSC has announced today the appointment of a new Global Head of Leadership Potential. Carly Lund will join the new role with immediate effect from her position as Managing Consultant in YSC.
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Reporting to Rob Morris, Head of Innovation, Carly will be responsible for evolving the firm's leadership potential proposition and increase its offerings to new and existing clients. She will partner closely with clients to develop new tools and delivery methods (including digital), and validate results.

The appointment marks a strengthened/enhanced focus on Leadership for YSC, with their JDI model of potential at the heart of this, as it continues to build on its reputation for supporting clients to unleash the power of their people.

YSC's model of potential helps organisations identify and develop high potential employees and has been developed and refined over 20 years using leading psychological research and assessments with over 20,000 executives.

Carly previously worked at another consultancy where she was the Director of Delivery and Service Development in the Global Professional Services team. She has partnered with clients globally across multiple sectors including finance, retail, professional services, telecoms and government.

Commenting on the new appointment, Rob Morris said: "Carly brings valuable experience creating new client solutions on a global scale and will be an asset to the innovation team and our partners. Her knowledge of developing innovative solutions, client focus, and deep international experience will be invaluable as we look to innovate and to grow our presence globally."

Carly has a BSc in Psychology for the University of Kent and an MSc in Occupational Psychology from London Metropolitan University.   She is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist with specialised interest in assessment and development.

ABOUT YSC CONSULTING

YSC is a global leadership consultancy that partners with organisations to help them anticipate, address and resolve their leadership needs through methods grounded in behavioural science and commercial pragmatism.

Founded in 1990, the company is comprised of over 100 consultants with backgrounds in psychology and the behavioural sciences operating from 20 offices.
Laura Hine
Marketing Manager
+44(0)2075205555
laura.hine@ysc.com
Source: YSC Consulting

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