Chantal specialises in a wide range of academic and consultant activities covering a variety of subjects including leadership development, team building, diversity training, bullying in the workplace, workplace/office layout design, culture change, staff engagement and occupational stress.
Chantal's attraction to workplace psychology is driven by her interest with the interface between learning, teaching and business and how they can impact on the servicing of people and interactions. As senior lecturer, she now teaches on the BSc (Hons) and MSc Business/Psychology programmes at the University of Westminster.
Her successful track record in HE warranted the Teaching Fellow Award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning and the Elizabeth de Lowerntal Memorial Prize. Chantal is also a fellow of the Higher Education Authority (HEA) and the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM).
Chantal specialises in a wide range of academic and business activities covering a variety of sectors including media, luxury hotels, banking, hospitality and the military. Her expertise further lies in the development and delivery of (executive) workshops with a focus on leadership, team building and culture change. She is also proficient in designing customer service and oral presentation trainings.
Chantal's academic expertise has led to her recent book publication: The Psychology of Work: Insights into Successful Working Practices, Kogan Page, in which she reminds us in the importance of bringing back the humane to organizational life.