Morgan McKinley appoints global head of learning and development
Morgan McKinley has appointed Lauren Di Ventura as its global head of learning and development.
The company says Di Ventura brings over 15 years of extensive experience developing and implementing effective people strategies within learning and development in the recruitment industry. Her role at Morgan McKinley will involve developing and implementing the learning and development strategy globally, ensuring it is fit for purpose and drives a high performing culture. Lauren specialises in talent, leadership development, coaching, mentoring, employee engagement and organisational development.
Di Ventura started her career as a recruiter at Blue Arrow and then progressed to recruitment manager at Manpower. She then went on to hold positions with the training sector at A4E, Insight and Tesco Personal Finance. Her most recent role was as global learning and talent director for SThree for eight years.
Gerald FitzGerald, global chief operations officer at Morgan McKinley, said, “Our commitment to delivering excellence starts with ensuring that our people are developed and supported to consistently go beyond our customer’s expectations. It is fantastic to have Lauren join our business as her experience and insight will really add value to our learning and development agenda. Following on from a number of years of strong growth, we recognise that expertly trained and developed people are critical to our delivery and to ensuring Morgan McKinley is a great place to work, hence Lauren’s addition to our senior leadership team is very timely.”