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Philippa Webster, CFCIPD BEM

Philippa Webster

With a wealth of experience, Philippa is the founder and a lead consultant of Interpersonnel (HR) Ltd. She is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CFCIPD). She has recently working in Denmark, France, The Netherlands and Luxembourg.

With an eye for detail and ensuring that client needs are met, Philippa works, in the main, on:

  • supporting companies with reviewing and writing policies and procedures;
  • helping with work issues and carrying out investigations for grievance, discipline and capability;
  • mediation;
  • workforce planning;
  • developing and delivering workshops such as recruitment and selection; competency frameworks; team building.
Philippa works collaboratively with clients ensuring that the right associate is matched with the client.

Philippa has worked in a wide-range of sectors including: gaming, The NHS, housing, not-for-profit, PR, marketing, recruitment, education, investment  banking, charitable and utilities and is a published author having written numerous articles for WoltersKluwer, developed a toolkit for the CIPD and co-written 'The Induction Pocketbook' with Ruth Sangale for the Management Pocketbooks series.

She has recently written for 'The Parliamentary Review' with a publication date of September 2020. 

Philippa sat as a Trustee of the NSPCC from 2007 until 2016, she remains as a Trustee of the NSPCC Pension Scheme. 

Julie Marsden, CMCIPD

 

 Julie Marsden

 

 

Julie is a Chartered Member of the Institute of Personnel and Development (CMCIPD) and has worked within the UK, Europe and USA for clients.

She has a wealth of HR and people experience, having worked initially in the public sector and, for the majority of her coporate career, in the private sector across manufacturing, serivce and not-for-profit sectors. She is a generalist and works closely with the client to ensure they get the best out of their HR structure and people employment practices. Julie is results-driven and helps clients towrds finding a solution to enable business success through people. She delivers projects into the following sector: communications, technology, education, manufacturing, service, and construction amongst others.

Her main areas of work are:

  • attraction and acquisition of people
  • employment documentation, policies and procedures
  • day-to-day hands-on HR support and advice for line and senior management
  • support and guidance through formal procedures such as disciplinary, capability, grievance and termination of employment
  • guiding and advising leadership teams on HR and people matters.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

Lesley Kaye, CFCIPD

Lesley Kaye

 

Lesley is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, a coach, facilitator and lecturer in HRM and has worked all over the UK and overseas including Central and Eastern Europe and Dubai.

She has a wide-range of experience having worked for both large multi-nationals such as Bovis Construction, Thomson CSF, Thorn EMI Elecronics Ltd and BOC and as an interim and consultant for organisations such as Nationwide Building, Society, Coca-Cola Hellenic, an airline, major food manufacturer and a tech company.

Lesley's main areas of work are:

  • Coaching for executives, leadership and performance development at all levels
  • change management programmes;
  • HR organisational restructuring, HR reviews, performance management, building high performance teams, training needs analysis, training design, delivery and evaluation and work around recruitment and selection.

She has also written numerous guides and toolkits for clients on:

  • organisational capability;
  • coaching;
  • performance management;
  • graduate best practice guide - design and delivery of workshops.

Lesley is a qualified Performance Coach and NLP practitioner