Kimberly Bradshaw

Managing Director of HR Consultancy

Kimberly joined Buzzacott in 2013 and is Managing Director of our HR Consultancy.
 
Buzzacott expertise extends beyond accounting and we assist our clients with many aspects of their operations, including their people. Kimberly and her team advise existing clients from all areas of the Firm as well as their own clients, from private individuals to religious orders, schools and arts organisations, to large manufacturers, media companies, banks and hedge funds.
 
Recent work includes projects in senior hire selection and assessment, executive coaching, leadership development, supporting organisational change and team motivation and performance. The Consultancy also provides technical HR support on contracts and handbooks, reference checking, staff development, grievance and redundancy.
 
Kimberly is a Fellow of both the RSA and the ILM and a member of the Association of Coaching. She is also one of the few people to have researched the impact of non-verbal communication in leaders (for her MSc thesis) and is currently developing ongoing research concerning the cmodern day challenges facing leaderhsip development.

A knowledgable and adept speaker, recent credits (not including the myriad Buzzacott events she hosts) include;
HR Business Directors Summit 2014 - Leadership development challenges
Knowledge Peers seminar series 2014 - Recruiting and retaining top talent 
Charity Finance Group Annual Conference 2015 - Shaping our future
CIPD regional guest speaker 2014, 2015- Speaking without words, non-verbal communication in leaders
Prime Global Annual Conference 2015 - Keys to successful talent mobility
Hayes Group guest speaker - The good, the bad, the ugly - the secrets to hiring successfully

In her personal life, she is a member of the fundraising committee of a leading children’s charity and enjoys horse riding, choral singing and the arts.
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