People advisory firm New Street Consulting Group (NSCG) has appointed David Baty as a partner in its newly formed Organisation Advisory team.
David joins from Oxford Saïd Business School, where he was Head of Consulting Careers, having been People & Change Consulting Partner at PwC where he spent nearly 20 years prior to this position.
At NSCG, David will work with clients to support their talent and organisation development agenda. Alongside a growing and highly regarded team at NSCG, David will spearhead co-developed programme design by engaging stakeholders in creating change solutions and enabling insight and actionable development through leadership assessment, feedback, and coaching.
Commenting on his appointment, David Baty, said: “Given the current level of disruption and fast-paced change, the way organisations navigate the people aspects of their business is critical to their success. This provides a significant opportunity for NSCG as we can help businesses focus on the attraction, retention, engagement, and development of their talent. We are ideally placed to support on this and change transformation initiatives across an organisation.
“The scale of this market opportunity and the chance to work in an ambitious, entrepreneurial business attracted me to the role at NSCG.”
David has worked on large and complex transformation programmes, as well as individual and small group development. He has led on all aspects from strategy through to shaping and supporting delivery across a range of geographies and organisational settings.
Doug Baird, CEO of New Street Consulting Group, added: “David’s experience allows him to provide a well-rounded and practical perspective around the opportunities and challenges for our clients.
“Our organisation advisory team is fast establishing itself within the market thanks to the credentials and experience of the individuals that form it. Supporting clients with a strategic offering has never been more important and, underpinned by our growing team, I have every confidence we’re in the best possible position to do so.”