Sheffield Haworth Appoints Tim McEwan to Lead Talent Development & Advisory Services Practice

Sheffield Haworth, the global talent consultancy in people led transformational change is delighted to announce the appointment of Tim McEwan as Managing Director, Talent Development and Advisory services. Tim has spent his career specialising in organisational culture and leadership providing development and advisory services to individual executives and wider organisations through boards, executive committees and management teams.     

After a 10 year career serving in the British Army, Tim moved in-house as Global Head of Leadership and Learning at the global asset manager, Henderson (now Janus Henderson Investors). In that role he was responsible for supporting the CEO in changing the culture, embedding the new strategy and aligning the organisation behind it.  In 2013 Tim established TMD International advising several organisations across financial services, technology, hospitality, construction and pharma sectors. In 2015, he was appointed a Fellow in Management Practice at The University of Cambridge’s Judge Business School where he collaborates with the Executive Education department. His teaching is focused on Leadership, Culture and High performance in Teams.    

Tim Sheffield, Executive Chairman of Sheffield Haworth comments; ’We are delighted that Tim has agreed to join Sheffield Haworth and we look forward to expanding our Talent Development and Advisory services as an integrated offering to our clients. This appointment reinforces our role in helping companies and individuals realise their potential, and accelerates our ambitions to become the number one challenger consultancy in people and transformational change’.         

Tim McEwan, Managing Director comments; ‘I am hugely excited about joining forces with Sheffield Haworth.  I have always been passionate about supporting people and organisations to achieve their very best and the vision Sheffield Haworth has for its business aligns perfectly.  Culturally, we are very similar and the process over the past 5 months to come to this point has been a pleasure.    In our current environment of lock down, economic uncertainty and anxiety over our health and our safety, organisations are going to require our support more than ever.  If we are to consider our current situation the ‘New Normal’ and we adopt new ways of working, there is going to be a great deal for leaders to take on board.  People due diligence exercises are going to be considering different behavioural assessment criteria, organisational designs will be challenged and our cultures, consciously shaped over years, will start to change based on new ways of engaging. 

Sheffield Haworth, through our forward-thinking team of coaches, assessors and consultants, is well positioned to support our clients in the challenges ahead.” 

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