Since then, she has spent over 20 years living and working in countries recovering from conflict and upheaval and the last 8 years in the UK, leading cross-cultural teams and collaborations. She has worked with a wide range of individuals and organisations in the For-Profit, Not-For-Profit, Governmental and Inter-Governmental sectors. And she’s learned how important it is to put humanity right at the centre of leadership, so that we lead ourselves and others in a way that is inclusive and empowers everyone to reach their full potential.
In addition to her work as an Intercultural Leadership Coach, Facilitator and Consultant, she also work as an Associate with Ivy House – as a Performance Coach for future leaders in Corporates – and with Bird – as a Facilitator and Resilience Coach for Not-For-Profit leaders and their teams.
Zelah is known for her warm, straight forward approach and her ability to:
• coach leaders to bring out the best in multicultural and multidisciplinary teams
• build trust in multicultural and multidisciplinary teams
• support cross-cultural leaders as they adjust to a new culture
• build partnerships across sectors and cultures strategically and with generosity.