Ian is a Chartered Management Accountant (FCMA) and Chartered HR professional (FCIPD).
He has extensive HR experience with national and multi-national organisations. He was previously Group HR Director at investment and pensions company, River & Mercantile Group, where he was responsible for the development of employee engagement and upskilling the business to match its growth. His career also includes organisations such as Network Rail, Skanska and Volkswagen Group UK. He has also recently joined Optima-life as a non-executive director.
Ian Iceton said: “Having previously been a client and seen the power of The Cambridge Code to unlock the potential of people and teams, I am hugely excited about the opportunity to lead this business as we roll it out across businesses and other organisations. I genuinely believe it will ‘change the world’ of people assessment, development and recruitment”.
Dr Curly Moloney, Co-Founder of The Cambridge Code said: “Ian Iceton was one of the most impressive HRDs I had the privilege of working with and he was always interested in new digital innovations. He had heard about our work when he was HRD and a client at Network Rail where his team used the well-being product of TCC. We are delighted to have him join as part of the team and are excited to see what the future holds with Ian at the helm”.
The Cambridge Code measures a range of deep-seated traits that make us who we are, and helps us to understand why we think, feel or act as we do in different areas of our life. It is the only digital tool that measures the subconscious and people’s drive, potential and resilience. For more information on The Cambridge Code visit www.thecambridgecode.com
Click here to read a full interview between Ian and Curly on the launch of Moloney Search’s Digital Assessment Tool, The Cambridge Code.