Experience

Articulating the purpose for making a change is at the heart of my work. Coupling this with pragmatic and simple execution, in my experience, makes for sustained behavioural change and increased results.

As a former HR Transformation Partner at both Accenture and Deloitte, I am known for my ability to deliver and execute complex and challenging projects with global clients such as Cushman & Wakefield, Credit Suisse, Barclays, Zurich, Coke Cola and BT. This experience of significant behavioural change, typically coupled with technology implementation programmes, has driven a passion for successful technology adoption.

I work with clients to answer the question: ‘How do you enhance your ROI in technology whilst engaging your teams in a way which generates a desire to change?’

In recent years, as well as working on projects to embed systemic change in HR, Finance and Sales teams, I have become a regular speaker on my main passion, Technology Adoption and Behavioural Change.

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Qualifications

Once upon a time Aaron was an engineer before moving into HR and has a BEng Hons in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from RGU, Aberdeen.

FCIPD active member of the CIPD.

Recent Publications include:

New HR careers in a post Ulrich world

Get a bigger brain digitise your workforce wisdom

The mindset of successful HR programmes

The giants are awake what is the future of HR systems in the SME market

How can you save your trapped Martian

Want more experience for less money? Removing the conflict at the heart of consulting

Attention HRBPs denial is not a river in Egypt

The death of the ATS and the birth of candidate engagement

Adapt or adopt are you able to do both?

Clients

Aaron has split his time between Financial Services and Consumer Business. Most recently he has been working in Financial Services. Aaron has led many complex and challenging HR engagements with clients such as Cushman & Wakefield, Credit Suisse, LafargeHolcim, Coke Enterprises, BT, M&S, Barclays, Zurich, UBS, and HSBC.