WORKPLACE & CHANGE MANAGEMENT | AWA
Philippa Hale has 25+ years’ experience in workplace practice change, disruptive digital evolution and learning. An Executive Fellow at Henley Business School, Philippa has designed and delivered many leadership and team development programmes and led consortium projects including a collaboration between the British Army, Reading University, Henley Business School and Digital learning experts CDS.
She consults, facilitates and coaches globally in Technology transformation, helping organisations with complex, legacy technology infrastructure to move towards agile, lean and DevOps ways of working, achieving dramatic business performance improvement. Experiential learning and business simulations are her favourite activities: inspiring, memorable and human, they trigger new ways of seeing and thinking.
An inspiring and supportive facilitator, her work with AWA has included design and delivery of communication & engagement workstreams of major projects, walking large communities of people through the workplace changes to come, using AWA’s well researched consultative change methods. She is also an engaging and insightful member of AWA’s workplace utilisation study team.
Brought up bi-lingual French/English, she has an MA in French and Italian from University of Oxford and an MSc in Organisational Behaviour from University of London, Birkbeck. Her research project was in bridge building behaviours between teams within the technology community, or ‘silo busting’. Although she travels widely with her work, she lives on the clifftop of Bournemouth bay, and swims in the sea all year round.