March 2010
People Management;3/25/2010, p24
An interview with Guardian Media Group (GMG) chief executive officer (CEO) Carolyn McCall and human resources (HR) director Carolyn Gray is presented. McCall relates that Gray was the right HR director for the team because of her aptitude for business and the mutual professional respect that she has for the members of senior management. Gray cites the areas of commonality between her and McCall including their background as ex-teachers, and as former board members from previous companies.


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