Oyster Welcomes Kerryn Strong as Head of People and Culture

20 April 2021   /   1 min read

The creation of a Head of People and Culture role at Oyster Property Group sends a clear message: People Come First.

The appointment of Kerryn Strong in a newly-established Head of People and Culture role at Oyster Property Group in late 2020 comes about as the company continues to expand its team and ensure the spotlight is rightly focused on building a strong workplace culture that puts people first.

Kerryn has 17 years’ experience in generalist human resources, organisational development and recruitment across a broad range of industries and is passionate about driving culture change, particularly within SME businesses.

Prior to joining Oyster, Kerryn worked with the company through her own consulting business Freerange Works. As Co-founder and Consultant, she consulted to a broad range of businesses on organisational development and change, focusing specifically on creating thriving flexible working environments, as well as providing leadership development and generalist HR and employment relations advice.

Kerryn’s key focus at Oyster will involve setting and delivering a people and culture strategy that builds leadership capability and a strong and sustainable team into the future.

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