Dr Darren Stevens

As a Constructed Developmental Psychologist and coach, I work specifically with senior executive teams in enabling more effective strategy execution, change management, leadership and talent development. My powerful approach strengthens leaders’ and organisational capabilities through transformational cognitive development and higher level systemic thinking. I present new ways for executives, managers, and consultants to reflect on who they are as leaders, how they relate to and impact others, and how to challenge their organisation to reach new levels of excellence. My clients become dedicated to more effective leadership through personal and professional transformation. Clients report feeling that they have expanded their thinking to new dimensions, leading to a greater capacity to manage complexity, embrace challenges and improve relationships with their teams.

My developmental ideas take a ‘whole-person-in-role’ approach to leadership development using the Constructed Development Theory as a guide for senior executives to become more self-constructing thinkers and experience transformational change on a personal as well as professional level.

My academic and professional qualifications include an BA (Hons) Degree in Business Management, an BSc Degree in Psychology, an MSc in Behavioural Sciences, a PhD in Cognitive Behavioural Psychology, as well as some "nice-to-have" qualifications, such as:  NLP Practitioner and Master Practitioner, Identity Compass Profile Training, Six Sigma Green Belt, Facilitation Training via GE’s University, LEAN Process training via GEU, Diploma in Business Coaching, Diploma in Personal Coaching, Clean Language Methods and that's probably it!

Prior to founding CogniLibro as a result of my PhD research, I have over 15 years’ experience in strategy execution, change management and leadership development in large and not-for-profit organisations. I am based in the UK but happy to travel widely to serve my clients.

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