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. trainers. I’m British Psychological Society Level A and B qualified, using the NEO PI-R psychometric tool.
In my spare time (which there is not a lot of) I have been known to make documentaries on the future for women and blog about politics at The Huffington Post and have spoken at the UK House of Commons on the topic of Women in Politics. I also run The Parliament Project which aims to increase the numbers of women in elected positions in the UK.