Welcome to the world of Lesley McGeoch, our esteemed Human Resources Advisor, the cornerstone of Dynamic EMS’s culture and the unsung hero behind our most important resource—people! With a wealth of experience under her belt and an impressive CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development) membership, Lesley is our in-house champion for everything people related.
At the heart of any thriving organisation, especially in the fast-paced EMS sector, is its people. As our Human Resources Advisor, Lesley is the go-to expert for talent resourcing, employee relations, people, and management development. Think of her as the CPU that ensures the system runs smoothly; she’s always there to offer invaluable advice, whether it’s a question about performance reviews or the best ways to engage and inspire our teams.
In an industry that’s all about innovation and cutting-edge solutions, Lesley knows that our most important “components” walk on two legs and have unique talents. With her vast expertise, she masterfully guides management and staff alike, ensuring that every ‘node’ in the organisational circuit is properly aligned and fully functional. Her CIPD membership isn’t just a fancy credential; it’s a testament to her unwavering commitment to professional and effective HR practices.
A typical day for Lesley involves deftly balancing the ‘voltage’ between different departments. From making sure new hires are ‘integrated’ seamlessly into their teams to mediating conflicts as delicately as a soldering iron on a circuit board, Lesley has her plate full and wouldn’t have it any other way.
Beyond her role at Dynamic EMS, Lesley is an avid cold-water swimmer. There’s nothing she enjoys more than taking a dip in a chilly loch. Just as she navigates the complexities of human resources, Lesley takes on the refreshing, invigorating challenges that cold-water swimming offers—a true testament to her resilience and adaptability.
“In HR, as in life, it’s all about connections. The best circuits, like the best teams, are made from well-matched components and a dash of pure people power—whether you’re on a circuit board or floating in a serene loch.”