Rebecca Rundle, RHC


Nov 28, 2023


In 2022, National Learning Manager, Rebecca Rundle, carefully selected Ramsay as the company she wanted to work for.

“I made the conscious choice to change industries when I joined Ramsay, as it is purpose led and I could deeply connect with what the company stands for,” said Rebecca.

Eighteen months later, Rebecca couldn’t be happier with her choice.

“My favourite thing about working at Ramsay are the people – I know it is cliché, however it was like a breath of fresh air compared to other sectors that I have worked in.”

“I am also so excited about the transformation that we will go through as an organisation. As a L&D function we are having to evolve to ensure we are well set up to support the organisation of the future. It’s definitely not BAU in L&D – which is what I really love as we have the opportunity to create something amazing that will support our whole organisation.”

In her role as National Learning Manager Rebecca leads the Learning Team who are part of Learning and Organisational Development.

“My team is made up of Learning Specialists, Learning Designers and a National Librarian. We are responsible for developing the skills and capabilities of our people to perform effectively in their roles. We do this by partnering with our stakeholders to understand current and future capability needs, designing and developing high impact learning solutions as well as delivering learning programs.”

Of all of her different responsibilities, Rebecca says it’s leadership that she is most passionate about.

“I love the hands on aspects of L&D – like consulting, project management and design – but I am really at my best when I am leading a team.”

“What drives me is helping and supporting people to perform at their best in work. When L&D is working well in an organisation it can have such a significant impact, at an individual as well as an organisational level.”

Looking to the future, Rebecca would one day like to be a Chief Learning Officer.

“There is still a long way for me to go and hopefully CLO roles are more common place then than they are now!”