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Jenni Emery

London, GB

Global People and Culture Leader & author of 'Leading for Organisational Change: Building Purpose, Motivation and Belonging' Arup

“The Whole Business – healing the fracture between who we are and what we do.”

Jenni Emery is a world leading expert in people, culture and change. She is the Global People and Culture Leader at Arup, the leading design and engineering consultancy, and author of Leading for Organisational Change: Building Purpose, Motivation and Belonging (Wiley, 2019).

A lawyer and executive coach by background, Jenni has spent twenty years designing and delivering strategy, managing change and unlocking potential. She particularly loves to work in the context of transformational change and unites fierce intellect, big heart, and sleeves- up pragmatism to deliver lasting results.

Jenni is passionate about the power of purpose, storytelling and wholehearted leadership to transform business, communities and society. She blogs at www.jenemery.com and speaks about creating a business context for human flourishing and a human context for business flourishing.

Jenni is a trustee of Spurgeons Children’s Charity and a non-exec advisor to start-ups in the legal sector. She lives in London with her husband and four children.

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