Mark Daldorf
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Mark Daldorf


Head of people and capability

  • Appointed May 2020.
  • More than 30 years’ management experience in leadership and organisational development, learning, recruitment and human resource leadership.
  • Previously chief people officer for the Inland Revenue Department.
  • Earlier held senior human resources positions including with Standard Chartered Bank and Emirates airline.
  • Former member of the advisory board at Bradford School of Management and the Global Business Consortium at the London Business School.
  • Also a founding member of the advisory board for the British University in Dubai.
  • Has an MBA.


Senior HR Business Manager
Nov 2009 - Oct 2010
Foodstuffs Wellington (Cooperative) Society
General Manager Organisation Development
Oct 2010 - Aug 2013
Foodstuffs North Island
General Manager Human Resources
Sep 2013 - Dec 2015
Inland Revenue / Te Tari Taake
Chief People Officer
Jan 2016 - May 2020
Head of People and Capability
May 2020 - Present

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