TBWA\Worldwide Promotes Rhonda George-Denniston to Chief Learning & Development Officer

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TBWA\Worldwide announced the promotion of Rhonda George-Denniston to Chief Learning and Development Officer.

As Chief Learning and Development Officer, George-Dennison leads TBWA’s talent development strategy, ensuring key talent is retained and thriving throughout their careers. Focusing on a systematic and interactive learning approach, she will advocate for individual growth plans, while leading TBWA’s signature learning and development programs, which span the full career lifecycle from entry level to the C-suite.

Since joining TBWA in 2001, George-Dennison has risen the ranks at TBWA, bringing years of experience and knowledge to TBWA and the people across the collective. In the last year, to create greater access to learning and development, she spearheaded the launch of TBWA\U—the company’s open-access learning platform—which is open to all and enables anyone to take control of their own career journey.

“Rhonda’s mission is to help people be their best selves,” said Amie Miller, Chief Talent Officer, TBWA\Worldwide. “Her energy, entrepreneurialism and ability to truly listen and foster a deep sense of connection have been invaluable to the people of our collective always, but especially over the past two and a half years. She continues to innovate and to tirelessly advocate for our people. At a time when people want different things out of their work experience and have changing aspirations, having Rhonda at the helm is even more critical.”

“I’m immensely proud and humbled to be TBWA’s first Chief Learning and Development Officer,” added George. “Over the years we have meticulously crafted a portfolio of development initiatives for our people. Today, it’s a new frontier in preparing our pirates to be future-ready; it’s challenging, it’s exciting, and I’m looking forward to working with my team, our leadership team and members of our collective to continue the work of expanding growth opportunities for our people to be life-long learners, thriving personally and professionally at TBWA.”



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