Marina Kapur is a Fellow of Oxford Leadership.

Marina has 30 years’ of experience in both leadership and internal change, and external consulting and coaching. She has designed, led and been a guardian of strategic initiatives to launch, build, rescue, turnaround and transform businesses and organisations. She has worked extensively with Banking & Financial Services industries as well as the hotel and leisure, retail and professional service industries. Based in the UK, Marina works in English and Hindi.

As a consultant, facilitator and coach, Marina creates brilliance, by enabling leaders to build purpose-led, values-driven high-performing organisations. These tend to be great places to work, fit for purpose and built to last. The bottom-line reflects the relationship and communication between people, its leadership, values and culture. She coaches leaders to do a better job of leading in accordance with their personal values, and supports them to embed the impact, sustain and share success, by coaching and mentoring internal “Transformation Champions” to influence transforming business for good.

A Business Studies graduate from Middlesex Business School (UK), Marina is an accredited consultant and facilitator in Culture Transformation Tools and Team Management & Leadership. She is currently completing ILM-7 accredited Executive & Corporate Coaching diploma.

American Express Bank, Barclays Private Bank, Canara Robeco, Carphone Warehouse, Commerzbank, Deutsche Bank, Forte Hotels, Jones Lang LaSalle, Metro, RBS, Robeco, Standard Chartered, TSB and Yes Bank and partnered with BCG, Booz Allen, Ernst & Young, KPMG and Mercer. Her involvement with the ‘not-for profit ‘ sector includes British Red Cross, Magic Bus, International Association for Human values, World Ethics in Business Forum, UK Values Alliance.

The leadership journey was very much different than a normal training to me. This beautiful scenery and the most mystic tranquillity provided the right atmosphere for an intense experience and sometimes confrontation with yourself… The journey helped me to describe more clearly what I already felt about the unbalance and helped me in focussing on my purpose and becoming conscious of my hidden barriers not to live my full potential. The journey helped me to take a different, more meaningful direction in life, for my self, my family, my teams, my company and contribution in society. The journey was very much how to become your true self again.  
Bart de RuighFormer COO SNS Bank, and now MD with UNICEFNetherlands
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