Nous Group’s expertise in organisational effectiveness has been further strengthened with the appointment of Krisztina Barnett as a Principal in our Perth office.
Krisztina is a seasoned professional specialising in complex change, business transformation, and people and organisation programs. For more than 20 years she has advised clients and led programs of work in organisational effectiveness, change leadership, learning, and operational readiness for new systems and technology. She has previousy held senior roles at PwC, EY and Accenture. Krisztina has supported clients in sectors including mining, oil and gas, health, government and financial services.
”Never has there been a more important time for human capital professionals and people leaders to differentiate their organisations by taking a bolder and braver approach to their workforce strategies and practices,” Krisztina said. “I am excited to be joining the equally passionate people at Nous to continue to support our human capital and people leaders in all sectors by rethinking employment models and ways of working to better suit our new shared reality.”
Tim Orton, the founder and Managing Principal of Nous Group, said he was pleased to welcome Krisztina to the Nous team.
“Amid a period of rapid change many organisations are thinking about how to optimise the performance of their organisation and meet the needs of their people,” he said. “Through her extensive track record supporting a range of organisations, Krisztina has shown she will offer valuable support to Nous clients.”
Craig Knox Lyttle, a Nous Principal and leader of our Perth office, said Krisztina’s commencement strengthened the support Nous could offer Western Australian organisations.
“The pandemic experience has shown that WA takes a distinctive approach on many matters and benefits from local knowledge. Krisztina has built her career in Perth and draws on deep experience supporting clients in sectors including mining, oil and gas, health, government and financial services.“
Contact Nous today to meet with Krisztina to discuss how she can use organisational performance expertise to help your organisation with its biggest challenges.
Published on 1 December 2021.