I'm Lee Chalmers, a consultant, facilitator and coach who specialises in personal authenticity, sustainable and ethical leadership development and women’s leadership/diversity and inclusion.
I am a specialist in running ‘development journeys’ for business leaders, undertaken in countries such as Spain, Brazil and India. I am also an experienced international trainer, delivering programmes in countries such as Australia, Russia, Pakistan, Canada, Vietnam, China and Oman. When in the UK, I get invited to speak to women’s groups on the topic of Women’s Leadership.
I am part of the Executive Education faculty at London Business School and coach at University of Edinburgh School of Business.
I have a BA and an MA in Philosophy, an MSc in Gender, Policy and Inequalities, a certificate in Psychotherapy and Counselling and I am an ICF Professional Certified Coach with my training coming from The Newfield Network and The Teleos Leadership Institute. I’m currently studying for a PhD in Sociology at the University of Edinburgh. I abide by the ICF Code Of Ethics.
Relevant to organisational development / leadership development I am a certified practitioner of the Barratt Values Assessment, the Oshry Organisational Workshop and When Cultures Meet workshops and have completed training in Organisational Constellations, a systemic diagnostic and intervention tool. I’m also one of only sixteen world-wide certified GTD (Getting Things Done) trainers. I’m British Psychological Society Level A and B qualified, using the NEO PI-R psychometric tool, accredited in the EQi2.0 tool and the Hogan Personality Assessment.
In my spare time (which there is not a lot of) I run The Parliament Project which aims to increase the numbers of women in elected positions in the UK.