Carina specialises in leadership assessment and development, and her focus is on helping individuals and organisations to develop the behaviours that will drive their continued success. She works with leaders at all levels and her approach is based on understanding both the person and the context in which they operate in order to create lasting behavioural shifts.
Her work addresses a variety of leadership issues, from building teams to strategic thinking and leading organisational change; as such, her interventions vary from one-to-one coaching through to multi-year large-cohort leadership programs. She is bi-lingual and her client base is global, with experience working with leaders in different cultures both in person and remotely. Her clients are predominantly FTSE 100, FTSE 250 and Fortune 500 companies across a range of sectors including technology, engineering, financial services, defence and cybersecurity, insurance, retail and ecommerce.
Carina has a Joint Honours degree in Sociology and Philosophy and a Masters in Psychology from the London School of Economics. Her academic interests and expertise are in behavioural economics and decision-making, particularly as these relate to behaviour change. She is a British Psychological Society qualified test user and trained in a variety of psychometric tools such as the OPQ, NEO, MBTI, LJI and the Hogan suite of personality assessments.
- Extensive coaching at executive and director level at one of the world’s top 10 technology companies.
- Design, facilitation and coaching on an annual, multi-year programme for high-potential leaders in a FTSE 100 asset management group.
- Conducting international assessments for senior business development professionals in one of the UK’s top 10 manufacturing firms.
- Creating and implementing a leadership and team effectiveness programme for the executive team of a global financial services firm.
- Creating and delivering a highly experiential change programme for a large British utilities firm going through a major strategic shift.