Timberlands CEO steps down

Friday 12 Jun 2020

Robert Green has announced his resignation as CEO of Timberlands Ltd this week, after three and a half years in the job. Timberlands Chairman, Jon Hartley said in a letter shared with Timberlands staff that the KT Shareholders and the Timberlands Board wanted to acknowledge the significant contribution made by the outgoing CEO.

He went on to recognise the growth of the business during Greens’ leadership, and the increasingly strong relationships that the organisation has developed with a wide range of stakeholders. Mr Hartley explained that the Board and Shareholders would be undergoing an external recruitment process to find a suitable successor.

Outgoing CEO Robert Green said that he has always felt honoured and privileged to lead Timberlands. “I am tremendously proud of the body of work delivered during this period, and I would like to thank the team for the significant achievements behind us. We have seen major changes bedded in and have a set of motivating aspirations in front of us. I believe now is the right time for me to step aside and pass the reins to a new leader who will steer Timberlands in the post COVID era.”

Robert Green will be working with the Board to transition the organisation into a new leadership era and said he is looking forward to exploring new opportunities ahead of him.

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