Emma Taylor joins LACE Partners leadership

05 October 2021 Consultancy.uk 2 min. read
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LACE Partners has once again moved to expand its executive leadership team by announcing the arrival of Emma Taylor. She joins from cloud infrastructure platform provider Oracle, where she was Account Director for Sales.

Speaking of the next step in her career, Emma Taylor said, “The opportunity to join LACE Partners was too good to miss, joining such an experienced team renowned for their quality and capability as a boutique HR Consultancy has been incredible.  I have always been passionate about HR, transformation and creating true value for clients through the services they invest in.”

The coronavirus crisis has ushered in a new period of uncertainty for human resources departments. With a labour shortage now impacting a host of different industries across the UK, getting ahead of the curve when it comes to recruitment has never been more important.

Emma Taylor, Executive Sales Director, LACE Partners

Helping clients to meet such challenges head on, LACE Partners is a boutique consultancy specialising in HR transformation, change and technology advisory work. In order to bolster its capacity to support its partners – many of which are FTSE250 businesses – LACE has announced a number of new appointments in recent months, as it experiences rapid growth.

The latest of these sees Taylor join the business as Executive Sales Director. Taylor’s background across all the value areas of HR – including payroll – positions her perfectly for early discussions with our clients, helping them determine where the value lies in the People function and how best to bring all the diverse areas of HR to bare on solving business issues.

An experienced sales executive, she brings two decades of experience to her new role. Most recently this saw her as an Account Director for Oracle’s HCM Cloud wing.

LACE Co-founder and Managing Director Aaron Alburey said, “Emma, joins us at a time of great change in People functions. Post Covid businesses are adjusting to new ways of working, struggling with engagement and fighting to win over current and new talent to their organisations. She joins an already market leading Leadership team containing some of the most recognised HR and People consultants in the UK market today.”