Underscore Training are delighted to announce that Lucy Finney has joined the team in the role of head of Leadership Development. Lucy brings with her over 30 years experience in Business Transformation experience and a proven track record in the design and delivery of Training Solutions, Organisational Development and Learning and Talent development Programmes in the Defence Sector, Emergency Services and Private Sector in locations throughout the UK and overseas.
Her experience is the result of a portfolio which includes a full career as an Army Educational and Training Services Officer, a Masters in Design of Information Systems and 15 years experience as a Business Optimisation and L&D Consultant. She has extensive knowledge of the design and development of blended learning solutions. She has led several major IS related Business Change programmes in both the civil and military domain and has been formally recognised at the highest level through the award of an MBE for the ‘Strategic Transformation and Modernisation of Training in the British Army’. Today she is well known for the development and delivery of Senior Leadership Programmes including psychometrics, coaching and development centres in UK and multi-national environments.
She is a strong Leadership Influencer, Change Agent, Creative Problem Solver and Learning and Development Consultant. Her previous clients include MOD, Defence Science and Technology Lab (Dstl), Niteworks, Network Rail and Fire and Rescue Services. Private company experience includes Thales UK, Financial Times, BCM Construction, Mirka, Boeing UK, Capita, and RED Scientific Ltd.
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