Radisson appoints chief human resources officer

Radisson Blu Forest Manor Shanghai Hongqiao
Radisson Hotel Group—a company with more than 1,400 hotels in operation or under development, including the Radisson Blu Forest Manor Shanghai Hongqiao—promoted Rebecca Lieberman to chief human resources officer. Photo credit: Radisson Hotel Group
Rebecca Lieberman. Photo credit: Radisson
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Radisson Hotel Group promoted Rebecca Lieberman, formerly the company's VP of human resources for the Americas, to chief human resources officer. In her new role, she leads the company’s human resources, communications, responsible business and facilities functions in the Americas and Asia Pacific.

In her previous position, Lieberman led the human resources business partnering, talent attraction and human resources information systems functions across Radisson’s Americas-based corporate entity and hotel operations. Before joining the company in 2015, she was the owner and principal human resources consultant for RTL Consulting, where she specialized in human resources strategy and organizational effectiveness for companies going through mergers, acquisitions and divestitures.

“Rebecca is a true leader playing a key role in unifying our teams and building our corporate culture, making Radisson Hotel Group the company of choice for guests, owners and talent,” Federico J. González, chairman of Radisson Hotel Group’s global steering committee, said in a statement. “We are excited she is taking on this new role as her expertise will be invaluable as we move forward in executing our strategic five-year plan driving growth across the Americas.”

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