MSLGROUP is strengthening its Employee practice and Senior Leadership in the UK with the appointment of Priscilla Kuehnel as Director of Engagement, Employee Practice.
Kuehnel joins MSLGROUP with a background in both management consultancy and brand engagement. With over 10 years experience she advises clients on change management, internal and corporate communications and stakeholder engagement.
Former Senior Engagement Consultant at Instinctif Partners in London, Kuehnel also brings experience from 10 other countries, including South Africa, Turkey, Brazil and the United States. Client portfolio has included eBay, GE Oil and Gas, Harrods, Debswana, Lloyds Banking Group, Morrisons, and &Beyond.
Jason Frank, Joint CEO of MSLGROUP UK, said:
“We’re very excited to have Priscilla on the team leading our employee engagement offer. She brings vast experience in building business and brand success from the inside out through leading-edge thinking in employee engagement, gained with some of the world’s biggest and most exciting businesses. This is a specialist field of expertise that we’re passionate about and that clients increasingly want to invest in, and Priscilla will help us to build on our leadership position in this critical area.”
Priscilla Kuehnel says:
“I’m delighted to join MSLGROUP UK as the Director of Engagement. MSLGROUP’s unique breadth of skills ranging from PR, to digital, to experiential, allows us to tap into all parts of the business to deliver a strategy that is exactly right for the client and the audience. With employee engagement moving to the top of everyone’s agenda, we are positioned strongly to help companies deliver their brand promises.”
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