What we do
Tell Jane helps you build a better workplace culture through training, consultancy and practical support. We do this by upskilling your HR and management teams, providing training at all levels of your organisation, and supporting you to create a better working environment for your people.
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Get to know our qualified HR practitioners
Lisa knows that every workplace is different and every team is unique. She’ll strive to understand your specific needs and challenges, and she’ll work with you to deliver lasting change. That might mean developing robust policies and procedures, or training and coaching your people to put your values into practice. Her philosophy is that prevention is always better than cure: by proactively building a diverse, equitable and inclusive culture, toxic behaviour can be eliminated before it has a chance to take root.
For Lisa, culture change means getting people engaged. She is a dynamic, energetic educator who aims to shift mindsets and behaviours from top to bottom: whether she’s coaching senior management in inclusive leadership, working with in-house HR to tackle toxic behaviour, or empowering employees to be effective allies, Lisa helps people see what part they can play in the journey to a more equitable workplace.
Joshua is passionate about supporting organisations to create cultures where the voices of under-represented groups are heard and shape forward-thinking, sustainable inclusion strategies. He specialises in understanding how organisations operate in order to design and deliver ED&I policies, training and wellbeing programmes that create cultures of belonging, while also aligning ED&I aspirations and strategies to an organisation’s wider operational objectives to ensure real change.
Finally, through Joshua's own lived experience and expertise in employee relations, he has provided both proactive and reactive solutions for organisations, particularly with regards to microaggressions, anti-racism and race discrimination.
Liz started her career in the hospitality industry and has held HR Director positions at Planet Hollywood, Regus and TMP Worldwide, where she was a member of the Leadership Team and a Board Director. She has owned her own HR consultancy and coaching practice since 2018.
Liz has extensive experience in conducting complex and sensitive investigations including investigations into allegations of sexual harassment and bullying at a senior level as well as conducting case reviews. She has also carried out mediation for all levels of employee including at Leadership and Board level. Liz is also skilled at coaching managers and teams to manage conflict.
During her free time, Liz can be found practicing yoga, or in her kitchen, baking award winning Victoria sandwich cakes and other delicious homemade treats – move over Mary Berry!
Paula also has a degree in Psychology, which she owes to being able to quickly understand the individual needs of employees and discuss them in a friendly and approachable manner.
During her HR career, Paula has focussed on enabling companies to grow by supporting them with their HR and finance function; business owners can follow their passion safe in the knowledge they have an efficient professional with their best interests at heart.
She is also passionate about helping employers stand out from their competitors by supporting them to be more people focussed and provide a collaborative environment for growth.
In her spare time, you will find Paula walking the dog, circuit training and mediating sibling battles – that psychology degree really has come in handy!
Having previously fulfilled the role of Head of Communications for a national charity, Lucinda has a particular passion for the not-for-profit sector and the communication challenges that charities often face.
With a keen eye for detail, Lucinda produces commercially aware and engaging online and offline content that exudes knowledge, passion, a strong opinion and a good helping of personality.
As well as overseeing the marketing and communications for Tell Jane, Lucinda is a published commentary writer offering up many an amusing and revealing anecdote in her attempt to navigate the seemingly treacherous world of a 30-something business woman.
Lucinda's passion for putting pen to paper extends to her leisure time as a keen calligrapher. But when she's not crafting or commentating, she's cooking. Mostly curry.
Prior to this, Nipa worked in a number of HR roles in industries such as Higher Education, Finance, Legal and Private Healthcare. While the majority of Nipa’s experience has been in generalist roles, approximately four years ago, she made the move to employee relations, specifically investigations and mediation as she enjoys the complexity and challenge each case brings. Nipa also has a passion for workplace culture and employee engagement believing that this can only be achieved by creating a diverse culture of openness and honesty.
In her spare time, Nipa enjoys spending her time cooking, reading and with her children.
Jo-Anne’s background is as a HR Generalist. Over recent years she has become an Employee Relations Specialist which included completing training to become an ILM endorsed Investigator and an accredited mediator. She also has experience in Safeguarding for vulnerable adults and for children.
Jo-Anne has extensive experience in carrying out investigations and mediations around highly complex and highly sensitive issues. She has significant experience in carrying out investigations into race and sex discrimination including alleged sexual misconduct in the workplace and into the alleged misconduct of Directors and Senior members of staff as well as investigations running parallel to Criminal Investigations. She has also carried out workplace mediations at all levels including the Board level.
During her free time Jo-Anne can be found feigning interest in Minecraft and trying to keep her young son and very lively Chorkie entertained.
As an Associate Member of the CIPD and with over 10 years of experience in HR, Alethea has cultivated a dynamic approach to ED&I consultancy and leadership development to create cultures of communication, collaboration and continuous improvement.
Alethea’s experience spans standalone roles, as well as working within high-performing teams and complex matrix environments. But for every organisation she supports, Alethea takes a highly-adaptable, outcome-focused approach to ED&I transformation with a key focus on long-term and sustainable change.