Sarah Alderton

Sarah Alderton is Human Resources & Community Manager at Trilateral Research.

Her priority is to help make Trilateral an inspiring place to work, by developing a people management and development framework that enables everyone to do their best work, in a culture that reflects the company’s strong values.

 

Background

Sarah has more than fifteen years’ experience providing HR support to a variety of industries including IT services, Publishing, Education and Healthcare.  Having worked in a range of in-house roles, covering mergers and acquisitions, organisational development, HR service delivery and employee relations, she has most recently worked as a consultant for several businesses providing support across all stages of the employee experience, as well as helping to develop the High Performance Change program, both in New Zealand and the UK.

Her main passion is helping managers and leaders acquire the skills and confidence to develop their teams and grow their businesses.  She co-wrote the High Performance Change program, designed to develop adaptability in people and organisations to become “match-fit” for continuous change.  She holds a Post-Graduate Diploma in Human Resources Management, Certificate in Executive Coaching, Certificate in Team Coaching, a degree in Business Studies with International Hotel Management, and is a Chartered Member of the CIPD in the UK and the HR Institute of New Zealand.

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