Laura Benson joins change consultancy NOBL

23 May 2023 1 min. read
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Laura Benson has joined NOBL, a boutique organizational change consultancy, as a Canada-based principal.

Benson brings more than 20 years of experience in change management, transformation, and executive coaching. She specializes in developing and facilitating hands-on talent and executive coaching programs and creating and implementing change and transformation programs on an international scale.

Benson previously spent eight years at PwC Canada, where she was latterly a senior manager in the workforce of the future practice. In the role, she advised large companies on building innovative growth and change strategies.

Before that, Benson was a leadership coach and facilitator at Priority Management and a program manager in the organization development function of BC Liquor Distribution Branch. Earlier in her career, she was a change manager for HR process improvement at Vancouver City Savings Credit Union.

Benson has a bachelor’s degree in commerce from the University of Manitoba and a bachelor’s degree in education from the University of British Columbia.

Laura Benson, Principal, NOBL

“We couldn’t be more thrilled to have Laura join our team,” said Lucy Blair Chung, CEO of NOBL. “The ability to change has never been more critical for organizational success, and she brings a wealth of experience to the role.”

NOBL was founded in 2014 and works on organizational change engagements with companies such as Google, Calvin Klein, and Taco Bell.

The Los Angeles- headquartered firm helps clients align leaders and stakeholders, forge genuine commitment to transformation, move to action, inspire effective company culture, and scale new solutions and ways of working.

The firm has a team of two-dozen employees and a network of freelance organizational development experts, change management practitioners, and human-centered designers located across North America and APAC.