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Towers Watson hires Director of Talent & Organisation in the UK

Towers Watson hires Director of Talent & Organisation in the UK

Towers Watson, a leading global professional services company, has appointed Arvinder Dhesi to lead its Talent & Organisation practice in the UK. Dhesi’s role is to manage and grow the company’s successful talent management consultancy practice by extending and strengthening the company’s relationships with a broad range of clients.

Dhesi has over 20 years of industry experience in human resources and customer facing roles. He joins Towers Watson from RBS where he held the position of Group HR Director for Talent. Prior to that, he spent five years at Aviva as Group Talent Director where he designed and executed a range of enterprise-wide initiatives and processes relating to leadership, performance, talent development, talent deployment and culture transformation. Between 1996 and 2006 Dhesi worked at Mars, holding senior HR and sales roles in the UK, Europe and North America.

Dhesi said: "In recent years companies have made huge strides in all areas of HR, including talent management, communications, diversity, learning and development, engagement, reward and executive compensation. Our clients now want all of these elements to be more joined up and in support of strategic business goals and my role is to help them integrate these specialist areas in a way that delivers long term business benefits.

“I am impressed by the intellectual capital available at Towers Watson and look forward to applying my talent management experience to the company’s already thriving business practice. Towers Watson’s has a reputation for understanding its clients’ needs and I am excited by the challenging nature of the work and the high quality of consultants within the team which will enable us to continue to lead the field in HR consultancy.”

Chantal Free, UK Director of Talent and Reward at Towers Watson, said: “Arvi’s appointment reflects our continuing strong commitment to the growth of our talent management practice in the UK. We are delighted that someone of Arvi’s experience has decided to join the team and his expertise at some of the UK’s largest organisations will be invaluable. I have every confidence that the practice will continue to grow and thrive in the UK under his leadership.”

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