Jenni Emery is a leading expert in people, culture and change, and author of Leading for Organisational Change: Building Purpose, Motivation and Belonging (Wiley, 2019). She was listed on the Financial Times 2019 list of Top 100 Influential Women in Engineering in UK and Europe.
A lawyer and coach by background, Jenni did the Mastered programme in 2008 and has spent twenty years designing and delivering strategy, leading change and using coaching to unlock potential across the world’s largest professional service firms. Most recently, Jenni was the Global People and Culture Leader at Arup, the leading design and engineering consultancy. She is also a trustee of Spurgeons Children’s Charity and a non-exec advisor to Flex Legal and Just Capital Quotient.
Jenni is passionate about the power of purpose, storytelling and wholehearted leadership to transform business, communities and society. She is currently working on a new book about our individual relationships with work, and businesses’ relationships with the communities they serve.
A dynamic and integrative coach, Jenni particularly loves working in the context of transformational change. She unites fierce intellect, big heart, and sleeves-up pragmatism to deliver lasting results. She helps leaders and teams to foster radical inclusion, build relationships and create dynamic communities across boundaries. Her approach to change enables people and organisations to flourish and to respond more quickly, intentionally and joyfully to the rapidly changing context in which they operate.