“I admire the spirit of healthy, high-performing teams. They have the courage to accept and act on feedback, to innovate and to be the best they can be.”

Wendy Wiggins

Senior Consultant

Wendy Wiggins is a Senn Delaney senior consultant based in the UK. She is passionate about unleashing the potential of every individual to be the best they can be. She helps leaders to understand that releasing that potential builds positive energy, alignment and spirit that result in a healthy, high-performing culture.

Wendy has more than 30 years experience in education and, more recently, in the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry. Her role in education included classroom delivery, responsibility for the implementation of the national curriculum in her specialist subject of science and mentoring of trainee teachers.

Before joining Senn Delaney, Wendy worked at GlaxoSmithKline as facilitator for a large manufacturing site. She focused on all aspects of learning and development, culture change and coaching from the management team to the shop floor. Wendy's last role at GSK was as Learning and Development Manager. In that role, she specialised in project management of training strategies reflecting corporate initiatives, implementing and maintaining training systems to comply with audit requirements in the heavily regulated pharmaceutical industry, and developing and implementing a team leader management process. She also served as business/education liaison and worked with the senior leadership team to shape high-performing and effective teams. In this role, she worked closely with Senn Delaney to integrate the culture-shaping process, becoming an in-house culture change leader and master coach.

Wendy has a Bachelor of Science (with Honours) from the University of London, a postgraduate certificate in education and a performance coaching (Business) qualification.

Wendy lives on the Sussex Coast in the UK with her husband, Dave. She enjoys travelling, especially visiting their son and daughter, often at opposite ends of the world, walking and gardening.

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