Consumer insights provider firm Toluna has announced the elevation of Mathilde Lelièvre to the new role of Chief People Officer of the company. The role is newly-created at the company with the aim to put the firm at the forefront of human resource practices and attract, develop and retain top talent.
Frédéric-Charles Petit, CEO of Toluna said, “Toluna’s continued transformation and innovative spirit has been made possible by our incredible people across the globe. Time and time again, Mathilde has proven herself to be an invaluable member of the senior leadership team, and I cannot think of a better person to take the reins as Chief People Officer. Mathilde will ensure we consistently attract, develop, and retain the brightest, most innovative minds in the world while shaping our diverse and inclusive culture.”
Mathilde started her journey with Toluna as Vice President - Operations in 2005 and has risen through the company’s hierarchy while playing multiple roles such as SVP Operations and Supply, EVP, Global Digital Operations and Chief Operations Officer, to become the new CPO. She has a proven track record of driving employee engagement and HR strategies.
In her new role, Mathilde will be responsible for evolving Toluna’s strategy and vision for the HR delivery model, leading with a people-centric approach and strategising policies for 1,700 employees across the globe.
Mathilde Lelièvre, Chief People Officer, Toluna said that she is thrilled to take on this new role of Chief People Officer which is a shift from the role of CHRO, reinforcing the fact that people are at the heart of everything at Toluna.
“In this new role, I am committed to making HR an agent of change that shapes the culture within our organisation. Toluna already has such an incredible team that strives to be the very best, but we also continuously look for areas where we can improve. Toluna aims to be at the forefront of global HR practices by providing unique employee experiences and a diverse, equal, and inclusive culture that promotes innovation,” she added.