Dentsu Nabs The ANZ Bank’s Ferrah Dagli For Chief People Officer Role

Dentsu Nabs The ANZ Bank’s Ferrah Dagli For Chief People Officer Role

Dentsu has announced the appointment of Ferrah Dagli (lead image) as chief people officer of its Australia and New Zealand business. Ferrah joins the dentsu team from ANZ Bank where she partnered the retail, commercial and digital divisions of the bank to lead and re-imagine the Talent and Culture components of a new digital bank.

With more than 15 years’ experience managing major transformation and change projects, Ferrah will be responsible for leading the development and implementation of dentsu ANZ’s integrated people agenda, bringing together capabilities from across media, creative, digital, data, and CXM in one unified approach.

She will focus on building dentsu’s talent capability for tomorrow’s business needs, including driving dentsu’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and building a culture that celebrates differences and nurtures a philosophy of creativity everywhere.

Angela Tangas, CEO dentsu ANZ, commented: “As an integrated teaming business with creativity at our core, we are committed to prioritising best-in-class talent development and people solutions, and in many respects we’re well ahead of our peer group. Ferrah has an impressive background in designing high performing, integrated teams, proven to drive horizontal growth and solve the problems of tomorrow, today. Joining us, she will continue to champion our dentsu University, leadership development, and broader people initiatives, while unlocking new ways to attract, retain, and grow great talent ensuring our people have the best years of their career with us.”

Speaking on her appointment, Ferrah Dagli said: “I am thrilled to be joining as dentsu’s ANZ Chief People Officer. During these disruptive and uncertain times – nurturing and purposefully developing talent and prioritising a strong, inclusive, and diverse culture is more important than ever. Dentsu’s talent-first mindset, focus on high performance and rich heritage culture (comprised with good humans!) is what attracted me to this role. I look forward to working with the entire leadership team to help seize the opportunities and build on the high performing team already in place as we take the business to the next phase of growth.”

Prior to ANZ, Ferrah held roles internationally with Willis Towers Watson and HSBC in London. She will join the dentsu ANZ leadership team, commencing Monday 4 July, and will report directly to Luke Speers who has been appointed chief people officer, dentsu APAC.




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