We are a team of results-oriented, highly qualified and experienced business psychologists with the mission to help our clients choose, develop and engage winning talent to maximise their organisation’s success.
Wendy is a chartered occupational psychologist and owner of Human Assets. Wendy helps organisations with all aspects of talent assessment, development and engagement. Specialist areas include bespoke inclusive assessments for high potentials, leadership development and social mobility strategy. Diversity, equity and inclusion are at the heart of Wendy’s work and her views and articles in this area have featured in The Times, Sky News and the Observer along with industry publications.
Wendy has experience across a wide range of public, private and third-sector organisations (e.g. HSBC, NHS, Exxon-Mobil, the Prince’s Trust, The Security Service, The Legal Services Board) and has worked in Hong Kong and China as well as Europe.
Wendy is a member of the British Psychological Society and is HCPC registered.
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Dr Charles Woodruffe
Dr Charles Woodruffe
His consultancy activity covers the range of talent management and his particular current interests include developing the indicators of excellence concept, talent management strategy, executive assessment and coaching and applying the psychology of emotion to the workplace.
Charles is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, a Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and an Affiliate of the American Psychological Association.
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David has over 30 years of experience in business where he has worked as a talent management consultant and coach. As a consultant he grew successful international teams with leading consulting firms. He now specialises in coaching and has a track record of helping clients find ways to improve their performance, overcome obstacles and achieve positive outcomes.
As a coach David combines a warm, personal style with clear, practical thinking. His goal is to provide a supportive environment for clients to explore their unique goals and feelings about work and life. He helps clients develop insight into their current situation and find options for the future. He makes this process thought-provoking and fulfilling so that clients are confident in their decisions and willing to experiment with new ways of tackling the challenges they face.
For people who are new to coaching David’s simple explanation is that it helps in three areas: Do, Learn, Become.
• Do - increase your effectiveness, make plans and decisions and stick to them!
• Learn - find new approaches to work and problem solving and unlearn old habits that no longer serve you.
• Become - explore new goals to help you achieve personal growth and reach your full potential.
David has a masters degree in psychology and trained as an Executive Coach in 2009 at Ashridge, part of Hult International Business School. He is an accredited Senior Practitioner with the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC). In addition to his coaching work, David volunteers for the mental health charity The Listening Place.
Her experience spans a wide range of industries, professions, and organisational settings across the public and private sector. She has worked nationally and internationally and is quick to appreciate her client’s history, current context, and future aspirations.
Julie’s work across different sectors and cultures, her natural curiosity, her interest in learning and development and ability to quickly spot patterns, enables her to provide clients with fresh perspectives and valuable insights.
Jackie has a diploma in executive coaching and is a certified practitioner and trainer in a range of psychometric tools, including those measuring personality and emotional intelligence. She was heavily involved in developing the world’s first psychometric tool to assess resilience and the impact on workplace wellbeing.
With over 20 years’ experience, Jackie has also worked in corporate leadership roles and was previously communications director in a global risk management company. She is passionate about helping individuals to increase their self-awareness, maximise their potential and achieve sustainable high performance.
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Sarah’s experience ranges from the design and delivery of assessment centres to embedding cultural change strategies within the public and private sector. She takes an evidence-based approach to her work, providing clients with targeted solutions which not only address organisational challenges, but also support the growth and development of inclusive workplace cultures. Sarah is an advanced Hogan practitioner and an ICF approved coach.
Samantha is a HCPC registered and chartered Occupational Psychologist with over twenty years of experience in talent and leadership assessment and development. She has worked internationally across many business sectors and industries including finance, legal, pharmaceutical, retail, telecommunications, energy and transport. She is qualified in a wide range of assessment methodologies and tools that identify and support leadership potential and has assisted many organisations in making informed and rigorous decisions in relation to recruitment, succession, transitions and reorganisations.
As an experienced coach she is skilled at working with people at different developmental stages of their careers. She works with a range of coaching models and frameworks, tending to adopt an integrative approach depending on the unique needs of each client with a particular focus on emotional intelligence, self-awareness and building resilience. Samantha also has considerable experience in working with intact and cross-functional teams in order to support collaboration and decision-making. She draws on methodologies that are underpinned by psychological expertise and up-to-date research.
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