Hazel is an experienced international consultant and Chartered Occupational Psychologist. She has a passion for diversity and inclusion and specialises in leadership, change and business transformation. This includes Board level assessment, development programmes and workshops and C-Suite executive coaching.

Hazel has held both Executive and Non-Executive Board positions in international consultancies. She is a regular guest lecturer, including 5 years contributing to the masters programme at the Institute of Psychiatry at King’s College London. She is a frequent keynote speaker on topics such as women in leadership, diversity, and people strategy issues. She is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society (BPS) and co-founder of its Board Effectiveness Group, using psychology to enhance corporate governance and senior team interaction.

Previously, Hazel was the Chair of the Division of Occupational Psychology and Deputy Chair of Professional Practice Board and the Publications and Communications Board for the British Psychological Society. She has published as an academic and has been the lead author on several BPS white papers and government consultations.

Hazel is a Doctor of Psychology with her thesis on ’Relational Power; uses and implications in organisations’. She has an MA in Psychology and an MSc in Ergonomics and is a Chartered Scientist.  Hazel is fully qualified in a range of psychometrics including BPS levels A & B. She has been a test verifier for the British Psychological Society and has designed psychometric tools that have been used worldwide.

Contact Hazel at hazel.mclaughlin@oecam.com