Alison Maitland is a coach, author, speaker and facilitator focused on leadership, sustainability, inclusion, and wellbeing for people and planet.

A former Financial Times journalist, she is co-author of three books about organisational and societal change: INdivisibleFuture 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 and organiser with the Climate Coaching Alliance. She is also trained as a facilitator in Active Hope, a well-evidenced approach that builds resilience and enables people to find their best response in the face of crisis and change.

Alison is:

  • 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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