Nic Hammarling

Partner, Head of Diversity
BSc (Hons), DPhil, CPsychol

Dr Nic Hammarling is a business psychologist, Partner, and Diversity & Inclusion specialist. 

Nic works with Boards, Executive teams and senior teams across a wide range of sectors to bring about demonstrable and sustainable change in the areas of D&I. Nic’s work across the diversity spectrum includes advising on diversity strategy, developing highly successful positive action programmes, conducting diversity audits, and developing and running diversity awareness and behaviour change workshops. She specialises in the areas of tackling unconscious bias and building genuinely inclusive working cultures.

Nic is passionate about building D&I into organisations in a way that is practical and woven throughout key decision making processes. In addition, Nic advises on harassment and bullying interventions, including training independent harassment investigators and assessing the impact of culture on international teams posted in local and host countries.

Nic has worked with a number of UK and multinational organisations including British Airways, Total, Barclaycard, Royal Mail, and PricewaterhouseCoopers. She has also worked with a range of public sector organisations, including DEFRA, the Ministry of Defence, Hertfordshire Constabulary, the Training and Development Agency, the Department of Communities and Local Government, the London Development Agency, and the South West Regional Development Agency.

Nic is a regular conference speaker, panel member and Conference Chair covering a range of diversity issues. Recently Nic has given talks on the impact of cross-cultural issues on organisations, the most common forms of bias in today’s offices and tackling bias in talent development.

A chartered psychologist and member of the British Psychological Society, Nic holds Certificates of Competence in Occupational Testing (Level A and B). Additionally, in 2002 she was awarded a DPhil in Psychology for her research into the effects of minority status and culture within multinational organisations.

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