Experienced and passionate leader will accelerate a talent-focused, connected culture of employee excellence and help lead InMoment through the next phase of global expansion
InMoment, the leading provider of Experience Improvement (XI)™, announces that Wendy Rand, human resources expert, has joined the company as Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) to accelerate the company’s cultural vision for its expanding global employee base.
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Rand joins InMoment at a critical time as InMoment grows and innovates at an exceptional rate. Rand believes the role of HR is rapidly changing as companies strive to treat their employees like customers and create moments that matter while adapting to new working environments. For InMoment, the global employee base’s empowerment is a vital part of Rand’s passion. She will promote the company’s core values and create the conditions for employees to be more successful in their roles, furthering InMoment’s primary goal to help clients be successful.
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“Building high-performance cultures where employees can contribute, grow, and have fun is crucial to becoming a company that differentiates itself from others,” said Rand. “InMoment is pioneering better ways to improve both the customer and employee experience—a critical link that can drive tremendous success. I’m passionate about promoting a global culture of high performance, high inclusivity, and furthering InMoment’s stated cultural goals of being bold, human, and invested.”
Rand has extensive experience successfully leading workforces in diverse industries, including the expansive employee base at Park City Mountain, and at TransUnion, Diageo, and Jones Lang LaSalle. Rand has a BS in finance from Lehigh University, and both a Master of Industrial and Labor Relations (MILR), and MBA from Cornell University. Rand knows how to manage and drive change through successful acquisition integrations, and how to take a data-driven approach that informs and complements the human side of employee experience.
“InMoment’s goals and vision are big, and Wendy will help us attain them. She’s a smart and experienced leader who brings fresh ideas to accelerate the goals we have for our global employees,” said Andrew Joiner, InMoment CEO. “At a time of such massive change in how employees do their jobs and how companies drive employee engagement, Wendy will help us identify and create more important moments for our employees.”
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