Ian Dodds

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Dr. Ian Dodds


Great Britain

Birth - Death




Consultant. Specialises in leadership, organisation and people development and behavioural change to enable his clients to reap the bottom line benefits from building high performance, engaging, inclusive cultures. In the leadership arena. He works with clients to enable leaders formulate visions of future success and be role model exemplars in the behaviours needed to drive the successful delivery of their accompanying strategies and values. Ian is also a master coach in interactive behaviour effectiveness, which enables his clients to build high performance teams. He has consulted in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, North America and South America.

Before becoming a consultant, Ian was Group Head of Organisation and People Development for ICI, then the largest chemicals company in the world, and a member of its Fine Chemicals Manufacturing Board. His clients have included Allen & Overy, Allianz, Capital Finance Group, Cisco Systems, Coca Cola Enterprises, DLA Piper, DSG International, Fluor, Goldman Sachs, Herbert Smith, JPMorgan Chase, K&LNG, Linklaters, Pitney Bowes, Philips, Proctor & Gamble, Sainsbury’s, Sodexo, Taylor Wimpey, The Economist Group, Wates Group, Wolseley PLC, and The Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA).

Led the development and delivery in over 160 countries of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), ‘Making the Most of Difference’ programme. It was awarded the World Diversity Leadership Summit Diversity Innovation Award, judged by a panel of Fortune 100 Companies.

A regular, international speaker at conferences; both a life coach and an executive coach; an elected, faculty member of the NTL Institute of Applied Behavioural Science; listed in Who’s Who as a Business Leader of the Millennium. Has been a member of the advisory management development bodies of London, Manchester and Michigan Business Schools. Holds an MA (Oxon), PhD, Cert Ed (with distinction) and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a Fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society.

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