Inclusion Network Global Co-Leads Coaching Programme

The Diversity Practice – Your Coaches

“Sometimes, we don’t know that we are ready until someone tells us we are.”
Srividya Srinivasan

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The Diversity Practice

Welcomes this opportunity to support the LSEG Inclusion Networks Global Co-Leads

We are an international award-winning diversity-led management consultancy that specialises in delivering inclusion through leadership, organisational development, and executive coaching.

We help our clients work positively with the dynamics of difference – the energy and value that comes from the interaction of those parts of self that make us unique and different – to create thriving, wholesome and inclusive leaders and cultures.

We challenge and support our clients to think differently, reimagine their organisations without diversity-related boundaries, and lay the foundations from which leaders and their teams can grow and excel regardless of their difference.

Our clients include: Aviva, Bloomberg, Credit Suisse, Ernst & Young, Kings College University, Linkedin, Northern Trust, NHS Leadership Academy, Yara International.

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Carol Campayne

Executive Director
The Diversity Practice

Carol is the Executive Director of the Diversity Practice, and founder of Different Women, Different Places.

She was born in Glasgow and spent most of her foundation years in Nigeria. Her mother is from Trinidad and her father was Nigerian.

Professionally, she has a strong background in Corporate Strategy, Executive Coaching, Strategic Marketing, Diversity and Inclusion, Leadership, and Organisational Development. She has established an international reputation for delivering transformational D&I change at an individual, leadership, and organisational level.

Carol’s ability to expand the leadership reach and capabilities of individuals has been recognised by a wide spectrum of organisations including Aviva, LinkedIn, Bloomberg, EY, Refinitiv, Babcock International, Northern Trust, and across the NHS and Higher Education, all of which have engaged Carol to deliver high-profile leadership development, executive coaching, diversity and inclusion interventions.

As one of the architects of Different Women, Different Places, Carol has spent the last decade exploring the impact of intersectionality and the relationship between ‘Different Women’ and their white female counterparts.

Carol’s bold ambition is to eliminate racism by driving fundamental character change within organisations from the inside out by working with them to think differently, disrupt the ‘norm’, and shift mindsets.

Carol has a BA in History (University of Ibadan) and MBA from Strathclyde University and is a qualified Executive Coach through the Coactive Training Institute (CTI) and Organisational and Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC).

Andrew Bidnell

Senior Consultant and Leadership Coach
The Diversity Practice

Andrew brings over twenty years experience of communication, change management, coaching, and leadership development in the private, public and charitable sectors.

He has designed and facilitated leadership programmes for 1000+ senior managers in many different well-known, large-scale organisations in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East as well as North and South America.

Andrew’s approach to coaching works well for those seeking to deepen their self-awareness and understanding of diversity and inclusion. He can help unmask a greater sense of clarity on core values and how these values align with day-to-day life and work. He helps clients develop the confidence and courage to make things happen in relation to D&I and helps strengthen resilience and the ability to recover from setbacks. He builds deeper capability in his clients to tackle leadership challenges from different perspectives and to better engage with others from diverse backgrounds.

Recent clients/projects include Babcock International, HSBC, Merkle, Ernst & Young, and The United Nations.

Andrew is certified by the PCC International Coach Federation, CPCC Coaches Training Institute, and holds an MBA from the Manchester Business School as well as a BA (Joint Hons) from the University of Leeds.

Anne-Marie Archard

Senior Consultant and Leadership Coach
The Diversity Practice

Anne-Marie is a strategic and transformational leadership development and organisation development practitioner with a wide experience of working in the public sector at national and regional level. She spent 8 years as the Director of the NHS Leadership Academy in London, before moving into running her own development practice. She has worked at board level, providing coaching and development support for senior leaders.

She has most recently focused on inclusive leadership development within the NHS in London with the Capital People Programme, Talent Management and launched the London Women’s Leadership Network which she grew to over 600 members. She chaired the NHS Leadership Academy’s National Inclusion Leads Network and developed the black men’s allies programme in London. She is currently facilitating on the White Allies Programme being delivered within the NHS in London.  She’s an active white ally in her ambassador role with the Different Women movement and is also a member of the national NHS Health and Care Women’s Leader’s Network Guiding Group.

In her early career, she led the design and development of the Next Generation Chief Executives Programme, a pioneering talent development programme from which 25 out of the 49 participants (50%) progressed into CEO, Interim CEO or Deputy CEO roles in the NHS. Working with business schools to deliver this programme and a subsequent aspiring Director programme. She was the programme lead for the first leadership qualities framework developed within the NHS and led the design of an associated 360 tool.

She is a qualified and experienced coach and facilitator, working with individuals and teams. She has a PGCert in Organisational Change Management.

Imtiyaz Foolat

Senior Consultant and Leadership Coach
The Diversity Practice

Imtiyaz has over 20 years of experience working in change, operations, and business leadership roles. Throughout this time, he has developed a passion for improving diversity in leadership, with a core ethic that ‘Diversity in leadership should be representative of diversity in people led and customers served’.

He is a highly experienced executive leader, with a track record of shaping organisational strategy, developing transformational programmes and building team effectiveness for Aviva, British Gas, and Centrica.

As an Associate Certified Coach with the International Coach Federation, Imtiyaz played a foundational role in setting up and running a professional global coaching faculty within a major global financial organisation making coaching affordable and accessible to more leaders across the business increasing performance and leadership capability.

On diversity, Imtiyaz has recognised and experienced first-hand the lack of diversity in organisations, particularly on racial/ethnic and gender representation in senior leadership roles.  This has stoked a passion for facilitating learning, coaching, and sharing of experiences that support the development of racially/ethnically diverse professionals and their leaders to create more inclusive cultures and enable changes to systems in this space.

As a leadership coach and facilitator, he has designed and facilitated talent development programmes aimed at improving gender and race diversity at senior levels, as well as diversity, equality, and inclusion programmes, processing trauma and micro aggressions, and inclusive leadership coaching and workshops for a range of organisations.

Imtiyaz has a Bachelor of Arts in Human Resources Management and Services from De Montfort University. He is an Associate Board Member of the International Coach Federation (UK) for Inclusion & Belonging.

Jackee Holder

Senior Consultant and Leadership Coach
The Diversity Practice

Jackee works with directors, senior leaders, board-level executives and emerging leaders who are committed to investing in ongoing personal and professional development. She helps them improve overall performance and generate results and outcomes that maximize impact in a fast-changing environment. Jackee offers constructive feedback and helps participants engage in difficult conversations, allowing them to work strategically and emotionally, getting to the core of what matters in the business context.

Jackee has extensive experience in leadership and career advancement, along with coaching and facilitation around difference, diversity and inclusion and challenging conversations. Her leadership and coaching clients describe her as: “empathetic and intuitive, mindful and present, doesn’t allow you to get away with stuff and not afraid to challenge”; “her personal presence and style always made me feel at ease”, “I’ve witnessed her work highly effectively with a wide range of people from different backgrounds”.

Key clients/projects include NHS Leadership Academy, Bloomberg, StellarHE, Royal College of Nursing, International Coach Federation, University of West England, Babcock International, and Coaching at Work.

Jackee has Post Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching from Lancaster University, a Diploma in Coaching Supervision, Diploma in Performance Coaching, and a BA (Hons) in Government and Politics.

Stephen Clarke

Senior Consultant and Leadership Coach
The Diversity Practice

Stephen brings over 18 years of experience in the areas of Change Management, Talent Management, Leadership Development, Diversity and Inclusion, Strategy, and Business Transformation.

His experience includes corporate roles at PepsiCo, McKesson, Jones Lang LaSalle, and Lloyds Banking Group as well as management consulting experience with Deloitte, IBM, and Cognizant.

Stephen was born in the UK and started his career in London and has resided in the US since 2010.  He has global experience with working scope in the US, Canada, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East across multiple industries.  He is a strategic partner with an excellent stakeholder management track record and he is focused on helping his clients realize business-aligned outcomes.

Stephen is passionate about the next generation and has co-authored white papers on topics specific to the Future of Work and Millennials.

He holds an MBA from Nottingham Business School and a Masters degree in Organizational Leadership and Theology from Roehampton University.