Rachel’s approach involves paying attention to the human dynamics, organisational structures and wider contextual factors that support or impede organisational performance.
Rachel Rann is an organisational consultant with over 10 years of experience developing individuals, teams and organisations.
Rachel often uses action research principles when working with her clients, supporting them to work through iterative cycles of reflection, action, evaluation and modification. Her ultimate aim is to support clients to think through challenges for themselves and find the resources to take action and make changes.
She has extensive experience in running leadership programmes, action learning and coaching across many sectors and industries. During her time at a Leadership and Management Institute, Rachel qualified in a wide range of psychometrics and development tools and uses these where appropriate to support her clients. Prior to her work in development, Rachel held a management role in the fundraising directorate of a UK cancer charity.
Rachel is currently studying for a Masters in ‘Consulting to Organisations from a Psychodynamic and Systemic approach’ at the Tavistock and Portman. She has a BA in Zoology from Cambridge University and has carried out research projects around the world including documenting the use of natural medicines in Kerala, India and studying biodiversity in Australia. Rachel is also a qualified ski instructor and has a strong interest in what factors contribute to high performance in sport.