Brian Lenehan joins Baker Tilly Mooney Moore as HR Consultant

15 May 2023 5 min. read
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Professional services firm Baker Tilly Mooney Moore announced the appointment of Brian Lenehan as HR Consultant. His appointment comes at a time of heightened demand for HR advisory services from the Northern Ireland-based firm’s clients.

Commenting on the arrival, Consulting Partner at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore Donal Laverty said, “It is a pleasure to welcome Brian to the Consulting team at BakerTilly Mooney Moore. With experience working with large organisations in both the private and public sectors, Brian will add value to our consulting services at BakerTilly Mooney Moore and I wish him every success going forward.”

Founded in 1920, Baker Tilly Mooney Moore provides accountancy and business advisory services to clients in the private, public and voluntary sectors. Its services include audit and assurance, taxation, restructuring and insolvency work and business consulting, among others. Lenehan joins the firm at a busy time, with clients seeking help getting to grips with the tight employment market, and continuing to adapt to hybridised working patterns.

Brian Lenehan, HR Consultant, Baker Tilly Mooney Moore

Recent polling has seen executives name talent retention as their top agenda item – not only for the next year, but the next decade. One study saw business leaders tell Protiviti that they will still struggle to fill roles in 2023 – and believe the issue is unlikely to get easier before 2032.

As Baker Tilly Mooney Moore looks to help firms adapt to those pressures, Lenehan joins the Belfast-based firm’s consulting team. There, he will provide advice across the public, private and third sectors on organisational design and development, executive and people development, systems and process improvement, and organisational culture and behaviour.

Lenehan brings broad experience across multiple industries including food production, the tourism sector and aviation. Most recently, he worked as a People Advisor with Flybe – an aviation company recently in the news for having entered administration for a second time in three years – and has also held positions with Tourism Northern Ireland and Moy Park.

Speaking on his new challenge, Lenehan added, “I am thrilled to take up the position of HR Consultant at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore. In my career so far, I have been involved in the people development strategies of multiple large businesses and organisations and I look forward to putting this experience to use at a practice level with a range of interesting clients at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore.”