Dr Jacqueline Conway
Jacqueline is founder and Managing Director of Waldencroft, which she set up to support executives as they in lead in complexity.
Prior to this, Jacqueline held senior roles in business transformation, change management and organisation development in both a corporate environment and in consulting practice. She has over 20 years working globally with and at Executive level.
Jacqueline is a certified Futurist. She has a PhD in executive team functioning from the Adam Smith Business School and an MBA from Strathclyde University. She trained as a coach at the Tavistock Institute, and is a certified Systemic Team Coach. She is a Board Trustee of Scottish Autism.
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Jacqueline has been consulting to clients systems to help them lead and manage change for almost 20 years.
Described as an insightful and highly effective consultant, Jacqueline supports executive decision-makers as they grapple with future-focused strategy, complex problem-solving and executive-level collective leadership. She leads on company and sector-wide strategic foresight, futures and scenarios work and designs and implements effective systemic change projects. She also designs and facilitates interventions on group dynamics.
Jacqueline works with clients in three ways. On a project basis on strategic foresight and futures work or complex change; in coaching executive teams; and in developing executive leaders in complexity and futures methods.
Jacqueline is a highly experienced executive team coach, having worked globally with some of the world’s most respected organisations. She is the creator of the Integrative Framework of Team Effectiveness, which has been used globally to help transform the impact and effectiveness of executive teams.
Her experience is underpinned by solid training, ongoing development and professional supervision. In addition to her executive team coaching, Jacqueline also does 1:1 executive coaching with CEOs and executive level leaders.
Press and conference
Jacqueline speaks at events and conferences on strategic foresight, complex change and executive effectiveness. She is often asked for comment in the media.
Advanced Executive Fluency: A New Agenda for Executive Leaders in a Complex World will be published next year. Based on the insights of a range of progressive CEOs across the UK and Europe, it explores the ways of thinking, acting and being that executive leaders must become fluent in to thrive in a world of disruption and uncertainty.
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