Stephanie Garforth

Fighting Gender Bias: Developing Women’s Capability

Fighting Gender Bias: Developing Women’s Capability

I recently attended a conference at Birkbeck, University of London on ‘The Gendered Dynamics of Power’ that explored what sustains gender bias despite decades of.. Read More →
Challenges of Cleverness

Challenges of Cleverness

Clever people are those who are able to create disproportionate value for organisations.1 What I have found is that organisations tend to focus on employing.. Read More →
Fast & Slow Decision Making: Clever Leaders and Foolish Mistakes

Fast & Slow Decision Making: Clever Leaders and Foolish Mistakes

How do leaders balance slow, rational 'deliberation' with fast, more intuitive thinking? Stephanie Garforth looks at the pros and cons of each thinking style.. Read More →
A Bird Does Not Sing Because it has an Answer: From Threat to Opportunity

A Bird Does Not Sing Because it has an Answer: From Threat to Opportunity

Stephanie Chu shares her personal story about how feeling different made her ignore her heritage and even downplay her strengths in an attempt to fit.. Read More →

Stephanie Garforth

Consultant

Stephanie Garforth (nee Chu) is a dual national Australian-British Chinese Psychologist. She holds a First Class Honours Psychology degree, a Masters in Organisational Psychology, and is qualified as a Corporate Coach and Neuro-Linguistic-Programming Practitioner. Prior to consulting, Stephanie held internal HR positions at Barclaycard and Kuoni Travel Group where she supported the creation of interactive e-learning training and the delivery of employee engagement activities and leadership development centres.  Stephanie is trained in psychometric profiles including Facet 5, NEO PI-R & WAVE and is BPS Level A & B certified. She is a regular speaker and writer on strategic talent management issues and a guest lecturer at Kingston University Business School.

As a Senior Business Psychology Consultant, Stephanie supports clients in a range of areas to improve organisation effectiveness including team & leadership development, post-acquisition cultural integration and optimisation of individual differences. She is particularly passionate about working with individuals to discover self/other awareness to improve capability and overcome challenges to drive change.

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