Alison Maitland is a coach, author, speaker and facilitator with a focus on leadership, sustainability and inclusion. A former Financial Times journalist, she is co-author of three books about organisational and societal change: INdivisible, Future Work and Why Women Mean Business.You can view some of her writing here.
As a coach, she supports leaders and emerging leaders to fulfil their potential to address their organisations’ and the world’s biggest challenges. She is an active member of the Climate Coaching Alliance and a trained facilitator in Active Hope, an approach that builds resilience and enables people to find their best response in the face of crisis and change.
- A Senior Fellow in Human Capital at The Conference Board.
- A member and former Vice Chair of International Women’s Forum UK, and a founder member of its Racial Equity group.
- A former Chair of the Executive Board of Bayes Business School’s Global Women’s Leadership Programme, 2019-2022.
- A recipient of the “Women Who Make a Difference” Award (2021) from the International Women’s Forum, and a ‘World of Difference 100 Award’ (2012) from The International Alliance for Women.
LATEST BOOK: INdivisible: Radically rethinking inclusion for sustainable business results, co-authored with Rebekah Steele. Featured in Forbes. Named a ‘smart read’ by the Financial Times. ‘The book on inclusion we’ve all been waiting for.’ – Herminia Ibarra, London Business School. Read more.
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