Kate is a Visiting Fellow at The Praxis Centre, Cranfield School of Management specialising in leadership development and unlocking individual potential. She tutors on the open programmes High Performance Leadership, People and Performance and Increasing Personal Power, as well as a range of customised programmes.
Kate has over 23 years experience working in organisations as an Organisational Development practitioner covering 3 main sectors: Retail, IT and Financial Services.
In organisations Kate has worked as a designer and implementer of key cultural interventions, change, leadership and management development programmes. She has run teams and implemented projects both in Europe and in the US. Whilst working for Digital Equipment Company Kate designed and delivered a Women’s Development programme for individuals identified as having high potential.
An experienced coach and facilitator of group and team development, Kate is known for the creativity and pragmatism she brings to the work she is involved in.
Her current client base includes professional services, engineering, pharmaceuticals, as well as a range of public sector organisations. Kate’s current work focus is on developing leadership potential, relationship building and how to maximize presence and impact.
A keen interest in individual potential led Kate to train as psychotherapist in Gestalt, Centaur Mind-Body psychology and she is a qualified practitioner in Pesso Boyden System Psychomotor.