The power of cognitive diversity
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Tuesday 10 November 2020, 11am – 12pm

Description:

As the world changes, there is one constant truth: only those who adapt can survive.’ In this session, we’ll look at the work of Matthew Syed, author of Sunday Times’ best-selling book ‘Rebel Ideas’. Great teams rarely happen by accident; they happen by design. To solve today’s complex problems, we must harness the power of ‘cognitive diversity’. We’ll explore some of the best-kept secrets of the world’s most successful teams.

We’ll also look at how we can implement a growth culture and the difference it could have on performance – for individuals and for organisations as a whole.


Charlotte Badman

Speaker: Charlotte Badman,

Accredited Executive Coach and Facilitator


Charlotte is an outstanding coach who works with individuals determined to invest in themselves and realise their full potential. She has over 20 years of experience helping leaders to solve complex problems, maximise their performance and achieve success. Charlotte connects empathetically with her clients, helping them enact positive change through her pragmatic and supportive style. Charlotte specialises in coaching senior stakeholders facing difficult commercial and professional development scenarios.

Charlotte has a wealth of experience in professional services firms and corporates, with notable depth in Financial Services and Media. Prior to coaching, she enjoyed a successful consulting career working in a client-facing capacity for KPMG and Oliver Wyman. Her extensive practical experience operating in high-performing organisations means she understands first-hand, and never underestimates, the challenges and complexities of demanding professions.

Charlotte has been a Magistrate for over a decade and sits in both the adult criminal and family courts. She leverages her experience and skills as a Presiding Justice to enhance her ability as a facilitator, managing meetings and workshops effectively and efficiently, and enabling all participants to contribute to the best of their capability. Charlotte ensures discussion is focused and relevant, and that the next steps are clearly understood.

Charlotte holds an MA from The University of Oxford and is a qualified professional coach accredited by the European Mentoring and Coaching Council at Practitioner level.


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