Natasha Larkin

Natasha Larkin

Head of Organisational Development

Natasha Larkin is PPL’s Head of Organisational Development and leads PPL Catalyst, our approach to delivering sustainable organisational and system change. Natasha has nearly 20 years’ experience across the public, private and charity sectors, including roles for Mind, The Management Centre, and John Lewis and Partners, working with stakeholders at all levels including with residents and patients, frontline clinicians, and strategic leaders up to board level.

Natasha joined PPL in 2016, and since then she has worked on a range of projects with a focus on supporting transformational change through people and culture. Her skills and passion lie in bringing together broad and diverse perspectives; creating brave spaces where people can bring both challenge and collaboration to solving organisational and system challenges.

Through her extensive experience of supporting integration and Place-Based partnerships, including in Surrey Downs, East Surrey and London’s Bi-Borough, Natasha has developed approaches that tap into people’s intrinsic motivations and allow them to engage in Organisational Development without losing sight of the ‘real work’ of solving operational challenges on the ground.

She also has significant experience of delivering more targeted interventions for a broad range of teams and organisations, including Harrow’s Discharge Teams, Central London Borough Team, Surrey County Council, and the Health Foundation. This work has included management and leadership development programmes, skills development and training, and team development sessions.

Natasha is responsible for developing the skills of the PPL team. She leads on the internal learning programme ‘How We Learn’, which is delivered to all consultants who join the organisation. She is also responsible for the development of all PPL trainers, through Train the Trainer sessions and one-to-one support and coaching.

Natasha holds a BSc (Hons) in Psychology and is a Chartered Member of the CIPD (MCIPD).

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