Nick Ellerby is a pioneer of whole person learning, and implementing inquiry and human relations approaches to leader development and deep culture change. Nick is co-director of The Oasis School of Human Relations, a UK based learning and leadership organisation with a global reach; Senior Advisor to the UNGC/EFMD Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative; Member of the IFB Advisory Council; and co-facilitator and designer of the International Innovation Collaboratory for international business schools and global companies. He is author of Developing Effective Relationships and Peer Learning in Organisations, co-author of A Guide to Authentic Collaboration, and contributor to A Call to Engagement: Globally Responsible Leadership, The Collaboratory and Learning for Tomorrow.
Duncan Enright is a director at leadership development company LeaderShape Global. He has been a senior director for over 30 years in the publishing industry, as well as serving for a decade as Vice Chair and Non-Executive Director of an NHS Trust. He currently works as a chief officer in a digital health company, and serves as a councillor on two local authorities. Duncan is an experienced director, influencer and communicator who has been both elected and appointed to senior roles in NHS, policy and local government. Duncan is a graduate of the senior management programme run for Reed Elsevier by Templeton College, Oxford. He has written white papers on Political Leadership in the 21st Century and Digital Transformation: Creating a Digital-First Culture through Transpersonal Leadership published by Routledge. This year he is Mayor of Witney.
Eirian Lewis is the Managing Director of TEAL Consulting, and is an experienced consultant and facilitator specialising in systems thinking, leadership, process improvement and change. His focus is the delivery of improved business performance to achieve competitive advantage through people and processes. He has considerable experience in leading and co-creating change to raise business performance. He is particularly interested in transformational leadership, collaborative working and its implications for leadership, and in a time of constant change what can systems thinking offer leaders. He is the former Chairman of the London Welsh Male Voice Choir.
Hazel Mackenzie is an experienced coach, facilitator and developer with 38 years of experience working across health and public services. A nurse by background, she has held several clinical, academic, managerial and policy posts both in the UK and abroad. For the last 17 years Hazel's career has focused on building leadership capability and capacity across systems. In April 2017, she left her post as Head of the National Leadership Unit (NLU) for the NHS to establish her own consultancy.
Building on her experience, Hazel's work focusses on individual, team and organisational development. She has a Masters in Coaching and Mentoring Practice from Oxford Brookes University; a Certificate in Advanced Coaching Practice and accreditation as a Team Coach. Qualified in a wide range of psychometric tools, she is registered as a Level A psychological tester with the British Psychological Society and as an Associate Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation.
Hazel has a broad range of facilitation experience with teams from frontline to government level. This has included work on strategy development; board effectiveness; developing new teams; cross sector teams; conflict management; mediation; development workshops and longer-term team coaching.
Hazel is passionate about development and has an ability to quickly build trust and work with what matters to the person.