Episode #3 - Inclusive Programmes That Transform Workplaces - Gbonju Akintola and Dr Martin Egan

Episode #3 - Inclusive Programmes That Transform Workplaces - Gbonju Akintola and Dr Martin Egan

In this episode, Culture Impact host Jonny Lancaster is joined by special guests Gbonju Akintola (Learning and Organisational Development Consultant) with the House of Commons, and Dr Martin Egan (Co-Founder) of ndculture.com. They explore with a live audience:

  • The links between learning, organisational development and inclusion
  • Coaching as an intervention to transform culture
  • Practical takeaways for HR, L&D and OD professionals

The episode was recorded live as part of a series of short lunchtime discussion events that explored the challenges and opportunities with workplace Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) initiatives.

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A little about our guests:

Gbonju Akintola, L&OD Consultant, House of Commons

Gbonju is a Learning & Organisation Development (L&OD) consultant with the House of Commons.  She began her journey into this space around 2004 as a training officer with the Citizens Advice Bureau.  Her quest for understanding how to make learning stick took her into the fields of coaching (performance and leadership coaching) and OD.  She has an MSc in People & OD from Roffey Park Institute.  Gbonju has experience in the private, voluntary, and public sectors, working with individuals and teams to navigate complexity and challenge unproductive values and beliefs.  If Gbonju were a business, her strapline would be ‘building people, maximising business potential.’

Dr Martin Egan, Co-founder | Principal Consultant of ndculture.com

Dr Martin Egan is a business psychologist and a specialist in organisational culture, leadership and executive development. He partners with organisations to help unite ambitious leadership teams with their strategic goals and workplace culture to drive performance and results across the measures that matter. He is known for his work assisting globally recognised brands to identify systemically the aspects of their culture that are helping or hindering their plans and future growth.

Written by:
Matt Burdock

Executive Coaching, Culture Measurement, Leadership Development.

May 19, 2022