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emotive appoints head of talent

Adela Zafar moves from NAVBLUE to take up the newly-created role

Adela ZafarHealthcare communications agency emotive has appointed Adela Zafar to the newly-created post of head of talent.

Zafar’s new role will see her take responsibility for delivering team engagement and development as well as executing leadership and workplace effectiveness programmes at the London-based agency.

She will also oversee emotive’s team-run social and wellbeing committee, which organises team activities and events throughout the year.

Chris Edmonds, managing director of emotive, said: “We are absolutely delighted to have Adela on board as our new head of talent.

“We are an agency rooted in exemplary skills, experience and dedication of a team who represent the very best in innovative healthcare communications.

“It’s critical that we continue to attract, develop and retain the leading talent and Adela will play a key role ensuring emotive remains a great place for a career in this sector.”

Prior to emotive, Zafar was previously serving at flight operations and air traffic management company NAVBLUE as its HR Manager, she has also been a talent director for mobile marketing agency Fetch.

21st August 2017

From: Marketing

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