Louisa has designed and delivered national programmes of development for healthcare workers and directors. She is a learning set facilitator on the self-managed learning Nye Bevan programme that takes aspiring executive directors through a programme of development and qualification through peer assessment. Louisa has designed and delivered culture change programmes - that foster change through learning about the practice of leading change - for BBC Arabic, the Terence Higgins Trust, Refugee Action, Bar Standards Board, Housing Associations, RightMove, and Pitney Bowes. Leadership and top team development programmes for the BBC, Leadership Foundation for Higher Education, Southampton University, University of West of England, London Metropolitan University, Royal College of Art, Cambridge University, Global News Board World Service, the London Borough of Ealing, University of Stirling and Queen's University Belfast. Louisa is an experienced board and executive team coach with clients ranging from the NHS - including Darzi Fellows and NHS Next Generation Chief Executives and Directors, Generation Q - and a wide range of clients across sectors including finance, professional services, higher education, broadcasting, housing, and local government.
Louisa has an MSc in Business Psychology, a Diploma in Change Agent Skills and Strategies, an MSc in Coaching Psychology and degrees in law and psychology. A qualified coach, she is accredited (with a distinction) as an Ashridge/EMCC Master Coach and SCP Mediator. Further accreditations include organisational relations systems coaching and a Postgraduate Certificate in Consulting with the Tavistock Institute. Her on-going studies in gestalt psychotherapy continue. She is qualified in a range psychometrics including occupational instruments at level A and B, MBTI, FIRO-B, SDI, EI, and Harthill's leadership development framework, and is experienced with several 360 degree feedback instruments including the Healthcare Leadership Model. She is a Fellow of RSA, and a member of the CIPD and BPS.