Our Leadership courses inspire and empower your current and future leaders with unique development opportunities, giving them the skills and confidence to make them equality driven leaders who will help drive your organisation forward.
With 25 years experience of managing staff in the public and private sectors. I have now worked for Chwarae Teg for the past 2 years, initially on the very successful AN2 programme and now as the Inclusive Leadership Assessor, supporting Level 5 managers in becoming inclusive leaders. I have been an ILM assessor for the part 7 years and a qualified teacher and trainer since 1998. Every role I have ever undertaken has been about supporting and helping the public, staff or clients and have been careers that I have enjoyed. I hope to be able to support you on your journey, giving you some tools and techniques to make your lives easier-or at least more manageable in your working environment.
Nicole is responsible for managing the Moodle LMS and acts as a first point of contact for e-learning queries from staff and clients. She works closely with colleagues to create innovative, engaging and user-centric online learning content for accredited and non-accredited courses. Nicole is also responsible for the branding of course content and training resources to ensure their quality and consistency.
I have worked in the training team in Chwarae Teg for the past 7 years, prior to that I had a 30 year career in Royal Mail in a number of senior manager roles in HR, Quality and Delivery operations.
I currently deliver Equality, Diversity & Inclusion training through a variety of mediums, workshop, webinars and facilitated sessions both online and in person.
Rachel is a specialist in strategy, transformational change and developing new businesses. She has established and grown joint venture businesses across Asia Pacific and Australia. She has defined new growth strategies, participated in M&A, and led transformational change for QBE insurance, Zurich Financial Services, AEGON, and the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. Rachel serves on the New South Wales Committee for Women Chiefs of Enterprises International, a national organisation supporting Australian women in business and is a non-magistrate member for the North Wales Recruitment Advisory Committee for magistracy. Rachel holds a Bachelor of Politics from Swansea University and a Masters of Business Administration from the Australian Graduate School of Management. She is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a member of Women on Boards.