Beverley is a chartered psychologist, with a degree in Applied Psychology and MEd in Human Relations. In addition, she was pursuing a PhD with her thesis title ‘The relationship between theories of education and child development and open-plan primary school design’ but had to abandon it to pursue her career in corporate psychology. Beverley is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, a registered psychologist with the Health & Care Professions Council, a Senior Associate of the Royal Society of Medicine and is a founder member of the Association of Business Psychologists.
Beverley is an accredited Harley Street Relationship Counsellor, a humanistic-existential psychotherapist, has a diploma in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and holds Level A and Level B British Psychological Society certificates in Psychometric Testing. She has a Post Graduate Certificate in Spiritual Development & Facilitation and is an accredited healer with the College of Psychic Studies, South Kensington.
Beverley was an Associate at London Business School working with MBA and Sloan students as a career and life coach and lecturing in psychometric profiling, leadership and team development. Beverley was also a visiting lecturer for the MBA programmes at London Metropolitan University and Szczecin University, Poland covering organisational behaviour, organisational culture change, business ethics and personal and leadership development.
As a media spokesperson for the British Psychological Society, she is a frequent contributor to the national press, journals, magazines and radio. Beverley is a popular international keynote speaker for academic, professional and organizational conferences.
Group Dynamics International Ltd
Beverley is founder and Managing Director of Group Dynamics International, a consultancy established in 1989 and specializing in Organisational Culture Change starting at Board and senior executive level in FTSE 250 and international companies. Through team and group dynamic process facilitation, mentoring, coaching and psychometric profiling, Beverley has over 35 years experience in the design and implementation of successful culture change programmes. She helps organisations unlock the potential, innovation, drive and commitment of their people by first exposing the source of the current culture by enabling people to be sensitive to what gets in the way in terms of time, politics, ambitions, allegiances, history, baggage and personalities and then learn how to deal with these swiftly and constructively by uniting behind core values and shared goals, led by an inspiring, authentic and unified leadership team.
Working with Public and Private Organisations in the UK, USA, Holland, Germany, Poland, Belgium, Spain, Italy, Luxembourg, South America, Australia and South Africa, her expertise are used with Boards, Senior Management Teams and the entire organization to develop a “can-do” culture where colleagues learn to collaborate and co-operate in pursuit of common goals, rather than obstruct , intimidate or compete.
Prior to founding her own consultancy, Beverley was a management consultant with Pricewaterhouse Coopers, a principle consultant (leadership) with Roffey Park Institute, the human relations tutor at the Electricity Council Management College and a manager in Marks & Spencer Plc.
Beverley is author of Confronting Company Politics, 1997 and The Inner Warrior; Developing Courage for Personal and Organizational Change, 2004, both based on her experience of implementing international culture change programmes and published in the UK and the USA by Palgrave Macmillan. Her new book Stay or Leave? Six Steps To Resolving Your Relationship Indecision, January 2012, is designed to help people finally make their big decision: to stay and make a go of it in a radically improved relationship or leave happy and confident to take control of their one and only life. It is published by Watkins Publishing in the UK and Sterling in the USA.