News: Wunderman Thompson India appoints Jyoti Mahendru as new Chief People Officer


Wunderman Thompson India appoints Jyoti Mahendru as new Chief People Officer

In her new role, Mahendru would be developing talent acquisition strategies across the organisation and group of companies.
Wunderman Thompson India appoints Jyoti Mahendru as new Chief People Officer

Wunderman Thompson India has announced the appointment of Jyoti Mahendru as its new Chief People Officer, effective 1st August 2022. She would be reporting to CEO Shams Jasani.

Shams Jasani, CEO, Wunderman Thompson South Asia said, “People are our strongest asset and Jyoti’s appointment comes at a time when we are keenly looking at bolstering our efforts to create an environment that fosters learning, growth, and development. With her varied exposure, expertise, and experience, Jyoti will help us build high-performance teams that are integral to our next phase of growth while helping us streamline processes and shape practices that will enable every employee to accelerate growth, and unlock their potential, and have a fulfilling career.”

In her new role as Chief People Officer, Mahendru will be responsible for talent development and talent acquisition strategies across the group. She will also headline growing and enhancing the agency’s DEI, talent management, and development initiatives.

Mahendru has close to three decades of experience in the industry in talent, growth, and transformation. She has previously held leadership positions across diverse industries, such as Media, Retail & Advertising. Before Wunderman, she served as the Executive Vice President - Human Resources at McCann Erickson. She also counts Star TV, Bharti Wal-mart, Barista, and Modicare as her previous employers.

“Wunderman Thompson India is on an incredible journey to inspire growth for businesses and talent. It is an honor and a privilege to be a part of a legacy agency that has set its vision on being people first that recognizes and rewards talent, with a strong focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion. As the new Chief People Officer, I am looking to drive change that not only creates an agile future-ready organisation but also, increases a sense of employee belonging and fosters the next generation of leaders,” said Mahendru. 

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