Organisational consulting firm Mercer Delta has appointed Stephen Redwood as
its UK chief executive.
Redwood has replaced Margaret Exley, who has stepped up to UK chairman.
He joined from strategy house McKinsey, where he was a partner responsible
for counselling CEOs on leadership agendas, particularly in transitional
periods, when taking on new roles, or initiating change programmes. Prior to
this he was a partner and global leader of the organisation practice for
He will be responsible for expanding the business in the UK and helping
clients improve their organisational performance.
Redwood has lived and worked in Japan, the US and the UK, and has 17 years’
experience as a consultant. He has worked for clients across a wide range of
sectors including pharmaceuticals, financial services, aerospace, automotive,
manufacturing, chemicals and information services.
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