Michael Wellin

Michael WellinMichael started his career in the HR function of leading global firms in the engineering, IT and finance sectors, where he gained experience of addressing critical business and people challenges. In the late 1980s he moved into consulting, initially on his own, and then for a US firm, Alexander Consulting Group. He set up Business Transformation to focus on the leading/cutting edge areas of change and talent management.

He works closely with senior business leaders to facilitate strategy, diagnose enablers and barriers to performance and create and implement solutions that help individuals and businesses achieve their goals.

Michael has designed, facilitated and led many major interventions in the areas of organisation and culture change, leadership and talent development and team and board effectiveness. Major organisations for which he has consulted include Arup, Building Design Partnership, Campbell’s Foods, EY, HDI Gerling, Legal and General, National Autistic Society, OFT, Notting Hill Housing Association, Reuters, Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea, Royal Mail, and Talbot Validus.

Michael has pioneered leading edge thinking and practice in his field, including the use of behaviours in the workplace (see his book “Behaviour Technology” published in 1983), and in shaping the Psychological Contract (see his book “Managing the psychological Contract” 2007). Michael is a regular conference speaker.

Michael has a first degree in Social Psychology from The university of Sussex, and an MSC in Personnel Management and Organisation Behaviour from City University Business School. He is a Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society.