Zoe Gruhn has over extensive experience across private and public sectors in the development of board level, senior executives and their teams, diversity and inclusion programmes, the creation of organisational change programmes, and the delivery of improved business performance through leadership development. She has worked successfully with executives and all levels of management in the design, delivery and implementation of change. She is a skilled facilitator, executive coach and executive assessor who has worked with multinational companies across different cultures and countries, working at board and senior executive levels on transformational change agendas.

Her past and current consulting clients include Novo Nordisk, Astra Zeneca, Glaxo SmithKline, Pharmacia, HSBC, Thales, Unilever, Philips International BV, BT, Reuters, HSBC, ABN Amro, Leo Burnett, Arup, Anglo American, P&O Nedloyd (Maersk), United Utilities, Emap, UBM, Zenith Optimedia, Quinetic, Royal Mail, Bovis and an international law firm. In the public sector she has worked widely in central and local government as well as the NHS and the Cabinet Office. Zoe has an MA in Management Learning and Development, BSc Psychology, Dramatherapy and is a published author and regularly speaks on areas such as talent management, leadership, change, HRM and development practices. She has also taught on the FT NED diploma progamme and is a NED for a social enterprise organization.

What clients say about Zoe:

  • "Zoe has excellent facilitation skills, based on a deep understanding of groups and organisations. She provides insights which go to the heart of key organisational dilemmas, which, along with a strong strategic awareness of business issues enables her to make significant interventions as a consultant.”
  • “Zoe has been excellent at coaching me through many challenges offering a perspective from a wealth of experience in both.”
  • “Zoe designed and ran high profile programmes and her skills in coaching, facilitation and client relationship management were excellent.”