CPC has appointed Helen Downey as Regional Director, to lead its ambitious growth strategy across Ireland. Helen brings over 25 years global consultancy experience, supporting organisations to transform their businesses through successful change programmes and project delivery.
Helen has led complex change programmes in a variety of industries including aviation, rail and utilities. Most recently Helen supported ABM Aviation Services UK, to create a pathway for business opportunities and focus business priorities in Ireland. Helen has also recently supported CAVU (part of Manchester Airport Group) to significantly grow its market share and increase non-aero revenue for a number of global airports.
Helen commenced her career in the Virgin Group of companies and has delivered projects in over 20 countries across the globe. Making a return to her native Ireland six years ago, Helen is an active member of the Irish International Business and Professional Network and Shannon Chamber of Commerce. Helen is well connected and has canvassed on behalf of members of Irish government, supporting local initiatives.
With a unique approach to establishing cultures of trust and positive engagement, Helen’s expertise in change management, coaching and business consulting, has produced sustainable results for her clients in leadership performance, employee engagement, safety and service, and cultural change.
Nicholas Lloyd, CPC Partner and Head of Transport and Infrastructure, said “Helen brings a wealth of experience and the ability to build successful and lasting relationships with our target clients. Helen’s adeptness to enrich organisations and help them to reach their full potential will enable us to support more business in this important region of growth for CPC.”
Helen Downey said: “I am delighted to be joining award winning consultancy, CPC, who share my passion and commitment to deliver innovative solutions for businesses to thrive. I am looking forward to engaging with CPC’s existing clients and creating new, collaborative partnerships across Ireland, where there is a wealth of potential for economic growth for both domestic and global markets”.