Rita Trehan elected as RSA FellowMay 11, 2015
Rita Trehan, business transformation specialist and Chief Capacity Officer at Rita Trehan LLC, has been elected as a Fellow of the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce).
The Fellowship will allow Rita to share her vision of HR and support change in business and the wider community. With their pioneering ideas, groundbreaking research and sustainable networks, RSA Fellows collaborate to enable societies to flourish and people to lead fulfilling lives.
Rita has been recognised by the RSA for her work with several Fortune 200 companies. She has a formidable reputation for helping clients rethink their business and leading large-scale organisational change. Rita has helped many clients transform their businesses through improved operational efficiency and growth.
Speaking about her RSA Fellowship, Rita said: “It’s an honour to be elected as a Fellow of the RSA, which has a long and prestigious history. I look forward to engaging with the Fellowship community and showing others in the society how my vision of HR can change businesses throughout the world.”
Fellows of the RSA include social entrepreneurs, scientists, community leaders, commercial innovators, artists, journalists, architects and engineers. Distinguished past and present fellows are Charles Dickens, Benjamin Franklin, Karl Marx and Professor Stephen Hawking.
As a global HR leader at Honeywell and The AES Corporation, Rita helped rethink how business was done. From profitable ways to launch business units around the world to inspired means of measuring performance, she consistently improved strategic operations, saving time and money in the process.
Rita has led change management initiatives in more than 30 countries across five continents. She has enacted communication and engagement strategies, safety, and performance improvement initiatives in 27 countries, delivering savings of more than $100million.
The RSA Fellowship is an international community of over 27,000 achievers and influencers. For more information, visit, www.theRSA.org.