TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--LHH Canada is pleased to announce the appointment of Tanya Gullison as Chief Revenue Officer (CRO). With a strong track record in transformative leadership and strategic partnerships, Tanya will join LHH’s Canadian executive team in supporting the firm’s diverse client base as the nation prepares for the long-awaited economic recovery.
Tanya joins LHH from IBM, where she was a Partner of Talent and Transformation. Over the past six years, as corporations progressively responded to HR disruptions of an increasingly digitally driven workforce, Tanya worked closely with clients to transform their culture, people, work and skills. Her commitment to redefining change management and talent transformation has driven a heightened understanding of the effectiveness of transformational business strategies and operations.
“As a world leader in Talent Solutions, LHH recognizes this opportunity to expand its expertise in workforce transformation; channeling growth across all lines of business,” said Jim Mitchell, President of LHH Canada. “Tanya’s experience in transformative workforce strategies will bring additional strength to Canada’s largest organizations as they face a fluid and challenging talent market. We’re excited to accelerate talent strategies, leverage our commitment to innovation, and provide a competitive advantage for the future of work.”
“Businesses across Canada are evolving their strategies, pivoting from traditional functionalities, and adapting to change in different ways,” said Tanya Gullison. “I am thrilled to join the LHH team at this significant inflection point where leaders and organizations are pivoting from normative to transformative business practices to embrace change and build resilient strategies.”
Tanya’s previous career experience includes senior positions at Manulife, CIBC, Ernst & Young and Deloitte. Tanya has also been an active IBM Blue Core Coach since 2018, demonstrating effective leadership behaviors to help employees reach exponential growth. During her time at IBM, Tanya wrote extensively on HR disruption, promoting transformation across cognitive, digital and data eras of HR and addressing these to help businesses stay relevant. She holds an MBA from the University of New Brunswick.
In today’s marketplace, organizations are discovering the need to turn their attention inward to find their future talent. At LHH, we help companies see the possibilities in their people. Through assessments, coaching, upskilling and transitioning, companies can realize the untapped potential within their own workforce, resulting in increased productivity, morale, and brand affinity.
A division of The Adecco Group—the world’s leading HR solutions partner—LHH’s 4,000 coaches and colleagues work with more than 12,000 organizations in over 60 countries around the world. We make a difference to everyone we work with, and we do it on a global scale. We have the local expertise, global infrastructure, and industry-leading technology to manage the complexity of critical workforce initiatives and the challenges of transformation. It’s why 60 per cent of the Fortune 500 companies choose to work with us.