Serenity in Leadership are cultural specialists with a unique ability to look systemically at an organisation. From ‘under carpets’ to ‘behind the wallpaper’ we analyse what’s working and what isn’t to help you orchestrate positive change.
Our decades of success in cultural transformation prove that an inclusive and diverse safety culture championing people-centric thought leaders is integral to business and employee performance.
Thom is a facilitator, speaker, consultant, change agent and educator.
For the last 30 years, he has led companies dedicated to bringing out the best in people through coaching and training and increasing self-awareness, defining strategy, working through M&As and improving communication.
Trained in Law and Acting.
Edward spent the first part of his career serving highly diverse communities in the charity sector (Greenpeace, WWF & several Mediation Services) creating processes to bring people together and training them in conflict resolution.
Jim’s areas of expertise includes the development of leaders, their teams and diversity and inclusion.
His reputation as a powerful natural master communicator who is dynamic, multi-talented, fun and inspiring is the trademark of his 20+ year career.
Naomi is a leadership, learning and development expert who uses applied neuroscience to augment workplace wellbeing, increase organisational trust and optimise brain health throughout life.
She has an MSc in Applied Neuroscience, is a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts, a Fellow of the Royal Society for Public Health and delivers talks, workshops and training for conferences and events internationally.
Ishreen is a thought leader who guides professional leaders to navigate complex situations with clarity and confidence. Her focus is to cultivate mindsets and cultures that nurture a sense of belonging through authentic leadership.
Ishreen also provides thought-provoking talks, individual coaching and team facilitation as well as networking opportunities that facilitate her clients’ progress.
Yewande is a leadership coach, consultant & speaker who specialises in helping organisations & business leaders accelerate to their next level of success.
Prior to founding her own company, she worked at McKinsey advising and coaching C-Suite clients at FTSE100 companies on critical management & organisational challenges.
Gamal, or G as he prefers to be called, is a highly skilled and internationally acclaimed Gestalt facilitator and public speaker on Diversity and Inclusion.
He has been regularly interviewed on the BBC, ITV and other national media about the human side of diversity.
Tom Hatton is a pioneer in human and organisational development.
He is committed to creating a better, more compassionate world by promoting sustainable business models that prioritise opportunities for quality interactions.
Suhair is a certified coach with a variety of different coaching modalities.
Her focus is on building and strengthening a community of coaches, to increase awareness of the coaching profession and the benefits of bringing a coaching culture into organizations through creating and facilitating a space of connection and collaboration.
Raggi is a south Asian queer woman and human rights barrister, who has worked with asylum seekers for twenty years.
She has a long history of anti-oppression work and has been involved in the setup and running of numerous ground-breaking and award winning projects.
Hazel has over 25 years PR and content experience covering every possible type of client; large and small, business and consumer, and across different continents.
She creates strategic, integrated campaigns that deliver significant media exposure and results-based solutions through creative PR, content and marketing campaigns for Serenity in Leadership.
Laura is a creative writer who has helped various organisations with marketing material.
In her career thus far, Laura has interviewed brand CEOs and toured London hotels for review editorials. Her passion for diversity and inclusion led her to co-create a career blog which helps women tackle work gender gaps.