Susan van Beveren
Susan is an internationally experienced employee assistance programme (EAP) provider, organisational consultant, professional coach, pastoral counsellor, and workplace chaplain having lived and worked in the UK, Australia and the Netherlands. She is currently the founding director of The WELL Centre and am particularly interested to foster wellbeing in the workplace and more innovative social entrepreneurship that assists whole communities to create sustainable and thriving businesses and networks. Email Susan
Sue Howard (MA) is a PhD student, and author. Her research draws on a holistic framework that supports dialogue around the centrality of spirituality to personal development and leadership choices (see http://www.holisticleadership.co.uk). Sue's publications include 'The Inner Life of a Christian Leader' Grove Books, 2011; and 'The Spirit at Work Phenomenon' Azure, 2004. Sue has previously worked for Cranfield School of Management; and World Vision UK where she supported management and leadership development programmes for managers in the UK and across West Africa. Sue has also worked with the Journal for Management, Spirituality and Religion where she helped to facilitate workshops at Ashridge Management School and Roffey Park Institute. Since 2007, Sue has worked independently to provide spiritual mentoring to business leaders, and has recently been invited to work with Cass Business School’s Centre for Charity Effectiveness. Contact Sue.
John Kay is Director of Change Management in Transforming Business at the University of Cambridge. He studied Natural Sciences and Management Studies at Cambridge University before working in the early implementations of IT in ICI and Shell, then joining PA Consulting Group where he developed innovative approaches to implementing IT for managers and professionals. With experience now spanning more than 30 years, he is an expert on high performance organisations, delivering sustainable change, coaching business leaders and optimising intellectual and human capital. His recent work has concentrated on the leadership of participative change and management initiatives, and on creating the conditions where businesses and the people in them, truly thrive. Find out more about EPICC's approach.
Georgeanne Lamont is the founder and managing director of Lamont Associates. She has over 20 years experience of providing transformational consultancy and training within the educational and corporate world. She developed global awareness training in the 1980s and set up 'Values and Visions' in 1989. The work published in 1995 by Hodder and Stoughton is used internationally. She researched spirituality in business within SMEs and multinationals to demonstrate how business can be both people focused and successful, and this was published in her latest book The Spirited Business (Hodder & Stoughton 2002). Her hands on experience and in-depth research underpin the unique and leading edge programmes offered by Lamont Associates. Email Georgeanne.
Keith Williams is an independent consultant with over 35 years industry and consulting experience transforming private and public sector organisations in the UK and internationally. He was previously leader of the European Transformation Practice of A T Kearney and he is currently Chief Examiner of the APMG Change Management qualifications and Treasurer of Workplace Matters. Major clients served have included Rolls-Royce Aerospace (UK and Canada), BT, Philips (Eindhoven), Ford, EDS Europe, KOC (Turkey) and the UK Government (MoD, DWP, NHS, DIUS/STFC, Dti/SDA) and local authorities (Norfolk, E.Sussex, Northants). Contact Keith.
Alan is an independent management consultant; focused on programme management, project management and executive coaching – individuals and teams. He is an active member of the City of London’s Worshipful Company of Management Consultants. Alan is chairman of Ecumenical Partnership Initiatives Ltd - Workplace Matters. He was a Board Member of The International Center for Spirit at Work and was also on the selection committee of the International Spirit at Work Awards. Read Alan's article.