Campaign India Team
Feb 12, 2020

Mahesh Nazare joins WATConsult as director for HR, learning and development

Moves from Will on Woods where he was managing partner

Mahesh Nazare
Mahesh Nazare
WATConsult has appointed Mahesh Nazare as director - HR, learning and development (L&D).
 
Nazare moves from Will on Woods where he was managing partner. He succeeds Heeru Dingra who was recently elevated as CEO.
 
Dingra said, "Our people are single-handedly the most critical assets and the key differentiator of the company. Their growth and wellbeing are of paramount importance to us, making human resources a vital strategic partner. We are glad to welcome Mahesh to our leadership team. He brings a unique combination of deep L&D experience along with well-honed strategic and business capabilities. I am certain that he will be the right custodian of our company culture and will develop robust strategies to ensure a healthy and engaging workplace.”
 
Nazare said, “I am elated about my new journey with WATConsult. My role is to introduce an agile and an innovative design approach to support the organisation in people development and engagement. Employee efficiency and personal growth is imperative. I am looking forward to interacting with the young and enthusiastic WATizens and create a knowledge sharing platform for them.”
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Campaign India

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