Bruce Daisley is a best selling author and technology leader from the UK. He has become regarded as one the most respected thought leaders on the subject of workplace culture and the future of work. His prior business career saw him spend 12 years running Twitter in Europe and previously YouTube in the UK. He left Twitter as its most senior leader outside of the US. In 2022 his second book, Fortitude, became a smash top 5 bestseller in the Sunday Times charts, following the remarkable success of his debut title, The Joy of Work, also a Sunday Times No. 1 business bestseller.
Emma has over 12 years of experience partnering with leaders of global organisations to define and activate purpose, brand and culture as drivers for business growth and positive impact. She is a subject matter expert in the fields of Purpose Definition and Employee Value Proposition, and is responsible for ensuring the work we do at Kin&Co has a deep and lasting impact on the organisations we work with. She has consulted for B2C and B2B businesses across sectors such as technology, energy, financial services, law and aviation and worked with senior leaders at organisations including Uber, AXA, Whitbread, British Airways, Allen & Overy and Virgin Media. Emma is passionate about the intersection of Purpose and Culture and equipping leaders and teams with the belief, ideas and tools to turn words into action. Prior to Kin&Co, Emma led the Global Culture Change practice at world-renowned brand consultancy Wolff Olins. She is also a qualified Change Management Practitioner, a Fellow at the Royal Society of Arts, and a mentor for young talent.
Natalie Hailey is People Services Director at IT infrastructure solutions provider, CAE Technology Services Ltd (CAE).
Working for CAE for over five years, Natalie is a champion of CAE’s purpose-driven culture, with a focus on creating a sense of belonging where every person can be their own unique self, in an environment that helps them thrive, develop and achieve their potential.
Natalie has extensive knowledge in Human Resources and has a demonstrable track record of creating cultural change and delivering consistent results, across complex businesses.
Natalie’s strength lies in building successful teams that achieve business and personal objectives. She is a specialist in transformation and improving business performance by unleashing the enormous potential of people to achieve amazing results.
Natalie is known for building effective relationships at every organisational level, and is recognised for creating high performance cultures, using technology, powerful engagement tools and strong operational processes to drive business improvement.
Natalie has a passion for enabling others to be at their best with a focus on ensuring people are central to organisational performance and growth.
Graham has a background in digital media and leadership consultancy, delivering change programs with clients like EDF, Dyson and Hilton. He joined ProfitAbility in early 2020 after completing an MBA at the Henley Business School.
At ProfitAbility Graham has led the digital transformation of the business, which has resulted in rapid growth. He has a passion for creating competitive and challenging learning experiences and measuring the business impact of training initiatives.
Graham lives in Oxfordshire with his wife and their two young daughters. He is a founding director of a UK based charity called Mosaic for Women UK, which supports activities to eradicate domestic violence in South Africa.
For over 4 years, Katie has been leading her organisation in the creation of a climate of psychological safety – one where colleagues can be their best, and do their best, for each other and the customers they serve. Through the pandemic, she and the team conducted research into the prevailing culture of the organisation. Katie will bring to life the journey they undertook, from listening to colleagues and acting on their wishes, to co-create a new set of organisational Values that everyone aspires to. She’s a behavioural science practitioner and a student of social psychology.
Carmen is a qualified Organisational and Business Psychologist with years of international experience in Employee Engagement, Performance, Development, Talent Management, Psychometrics and DEI. Carmen currently works as a Senior People Scientist at Culture Amp, where she partners with large organisations in Europe and the Middle East to design and build human-centric culture strategies. Whether speaking to hundreds of delegates at a conference or delivering webinars virtually, Carmen is known for creating enthusiasm and curiosity around psychology as well as offering science-backed and tangible outcomes. When Carmen isn’t working she loves to dance, spend time with her friends and travel as much as possible!
Prem is VP, Managing Director Catalina UK and is a leading voice on retail customer loyalty, instore and digital shopper activation. His career history spans 30yrs working with some of the world’s best known brands such as Catalina, Sainsbury’s, American Express, Visa and NatWest where he successfully transformed organisational culture to propel business success. He has an innate ability to quickly understand the issues, establish impactful customer partnerships, develop and organise high-performance teams, and has served as a growth catalyst leading transformational and innovative change by infusing productive energy and culture into the workplace
I’m Tess, Senior Content Manager at The Good Marketer. I oversee TGM’s digital output, both written and visual, across our entire client roster and for the agency itself. I also head up the content team, ensuring that our creative deliverables are continually elevated in line with industry standards and social trends. As a member of TGM’s Senior Leadership Team, I’m also involved in the growth and development of the agency and our employees.
Hande is an executive coach and leadership development consultant with an organizational clinical psychology background. Her areas of expertise are leadership psychology, group dynamics at board level, and gender diversity in leadership and coaching in family-owned businesses.
She has long and successful entrepreneurial experience as a founding and managing partner of an international coaching business in Turkey and the Middle East. Her prior corporate executive experience in human resources management and family therapy training gives a unique perspective to her coaching approach.
Hande is Partner at The Alexander Partnership, Lead Coach at the INSEAD Business School and former Founding President of EMCC Turkey.
Hande has initiated and led a non-profit program, ‘The Cross Company Mentoring Program for More Women on Boards,’ and now serves as the Founding Chair of Women on Board Association Turkey.
Salma is an award-winning author and the Founder of the game changing Mastering Your Power a certified coach training programme. She is passionate about raising the bar in inclusion, equity, belonging and social mobility. Her book, Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging in Coaching, was shortlisted for the business book awards 2023. Salma explores the mindset and driving forces behind powerful inclusive leadership. Where high levels of empathy and emotional intelligence lead to high performance with a focus on psychological safety, integrity, and innovation.
An impressive list of teams and corporations that have sought Salma’s expertise including, Co-op Group, John Lewis Partnership, Pearson, Skipton Building Society, Barclays, Infor, British Transport Police, Ernst and Young (Kuwait), Oracle and Reuters. Her approach is an invitation to dig deeper into what it really means to be inclusive and create equitable and diverse organisations. Salma unlocks the hidden potential for all members of team, sowing the seeds of long-lasting confidence, developing healthy resilience, common connection, and purpose. In June 2023, she was recognised for her Outstanding Contribution to Coaching and Society by Coaching at Work.
Coretta is the founder of Coretta Coaching & Consultancy, dedicated to transforming lives and unlocking individuals’ true potential. With over 31 years in policing, she retired as a Detective Chief Superintendent, leaving a remarkable legacy.
Coretta holds a master’s degree in leadership and management and is a qualified Neuro Linguistic Programming Practitioner (NLP), Life Coach, and Mentor. Her expertise guides individuals towards personal and professional growth and companies towards excellence especially in the area of creating inclusive working environments.
She served in the Metropolitan Police Service for 28 years, moving to Kent Police in 2019, becoming the first senior ethnic minority female in the history of Kent Police. Coretta’s leadership skills led her to establish the Discrimination Investigation Unit and become Head of the Diversity and Inclusion Command, designing a three-year Diversity and Inclusion Strategy for Kent Police.
As Chair of the Race Equality Network and a Cabinet member of the National Black Police Association, Coretta organised impactful events and led initiatives focused on learning and development.
Despite facing racism and discrimination, Coretta achieved senior positions, becoming one of the top black females in UK policing, showcasing her resilience.
Passionate about coaching and mentoring, Coretta supports ethnic minority females who have encountered discrimination, helping them regain focus and motivation. Her qualifications in NLP, Life Coaching, and her professional membership with European Coaching & Mentoring Council (EMCC) and The Association for Neuro Linguistic Programming (ANLP) enables her to enhance mindset, performance, and leadership skills.
Coretta’s holistic approach, incorporating Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, empowers individuals on their personal and professional journeys.
Siobhan is a European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) accredited coach at senior practitioner level, a licensed career coach with Career Counselling Service (CCS), a fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and a member of the British Psychological Society. She is a founding member of the Oxford Coaching Partners, EMCC deputy director for diversity and inclusion and an honorary senior lecturer at UWL. Siobhan’s research interests include understanding diversity and inclusion in the coaching and higher education spaces.