Daphne Doody-Green, Head of Northern England, CIPD
Daphne is the Head of the CIPD Northern of England. She is responsible for leading regional development and strategic engagement for the north, ensuring that CIPD’s strategy reflects the diversity of businesses, organisations and members’ interests.
Her role is focused on building reach, influence and impact across the region. This involves working and partnering with key stakeholders, CIPD Members, Employers, HR Leaders, Government, business communities and networks to amplify CIPD’s voice and develop regional insight and propositions that will support members and enable better work and working lives in the region.
Over the last 15 years, Daphne has developed extensive experience in developing markets and strategic relationships within the HR industry both here in the UK and internationally. Her previous role was Head of International Employer Engagement for CIPD focused on developing new markets, spending 6 years leading market and business development across Europe, Middle East and Singapore.
Daphne started working with the GMCA in 2017 when the Charter was in it’s infancy, ensuring that CIPD’s expertise in the world of work supported and helped shape the characteristics and linking CIPD resources to enable members and supporters on their journey.
There are over 5500 CIPD members in Greater Manchester so collaborating to drive a positive change in the workplace to make ‘Good’ Work a reality is a mutual purpose for the city region and CIPD more broadly. As a board member, Daphne will continue to support the strategic direction of the charter whilst ensuring that we engage with the HR profession to drive change and build momentum for this movement.