Henderson Loggie has appointed Helen Young to lead the accountancy firm’s learning and development strategy.

Helen is an experienced strategic consultant with over 25 years of experience in organizational and human resource development in public and private sector organizations. Drawing on her knowledge and experience, she will be responsible for creating development pathways that help employees achieve their professional and personal goals.

Left to right: Fiona Doctor, Helen Young and David Smith (Image courtesy of Maggie Wright Associates release)

Henderson Loggie managing partner David Smith said: “Henderson Loggie is growing at a rapid pace and to support our ambitions for the future we need to continue to attract the best people and to make our people the best they can be. Helen’s extensive experience and track record make her ideally suited to lead how we provide learning support that goes beyond technical training to all colleagues who want to reach their potential.”

Henderson Loggie HR Director Fiona Doctor said: “I am delighted to welcome Helen to the team. Her appointment follows a number of internal promotions and underlines our commitment to developing internal talent to support our expansion. She joins us as we double our trainee recruitment and modern apprenticeships. We have always delivered on the demands of continuous professional development and equipping staff with the technical knowledge they need to succeed, and this will continue alongside the wider personal development initiatives that Helen will introduce.”

Helen Young said: “Henderson Loggie is an ambitious firm with a passion for development that comes from the very top. I am excited about the opportunity to contribute to organizational growth and build on what has already been achieved. Emphasis will be placed on developing the behavioral skills necessary to meet the changing demands of today’s professionals, as well as technical capabilities. I am particularly interested in sharing practices to improve resilience and well-being, and to help people as they move through their careers from trainee, through operational responsibilities to a strategic role.”

The professional services firm is headquartered in Dundee with offices in Glasgow, Aberdeen and Edinburgh.

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