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Irene Asare

Human Resources, Facilities & Administration Director
Tullow Ghana

Irene Asare, Human Resources and Facilities & Admin Director of Tullow Ghana Limited, is a transformational leader with a passion for organizational change and effectiveness. She is a firm believer in excellence and professionalism in partnership with the business in expert areas such as Business Transformation, Team and Leadership Development, Employee Relations, employee Engagement, Reward and compensation, Business Processing & Re-engineering and Performance Management.
She has worked for many leading organizations in a variety of leadership roles in Human Resources organizations including Veolia ES Cleanaway Company, UNIQLO UK and Thermo Fisher Scientific, UK, before relocating to Ghana in 2010 to head the HRBP function at Vodafone, Ghana.
Irene Asare was the Group Executive for Organizational Effectiveness and Organizational Change for Vodacom Group (part of Vodafone Group), overseeing South Africa, Tanzania, Mozambique, Lesotho and DRC Congo.
Her experience spans industries such as Oil and Gas, Telecommunications, Banking, Retail, Real Estates, Science, Manufacturing and Research.
Before she joined Tullow she was the Regional HR Head for West Africa for Standard Bank based in South Africa, responsible for Ghana, Nigeria, Angola and DR Congo. A role that saw her manages a number of HR teams in the various countries as well as working on key transformational organizational group projects.
She describes herself as a determined, creative and dynamic leader, and has a proven track record of leading teams to deliver outstanding and impactful business results. She is a Chartered Human Resources Personnel (CIPD-UK) with a Masters of Arts degree in Human Resource Management from the Kingston Business School, London.
Irene is married with three sons and has an avid love for music and dance.

Irene Asare will be speaking at:

Solutions to overcome Ghana’s technical skills shortages and support the development of its oil industry

2016/11/25 09:00 - 12:00

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