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Alexis is customer-focused with the ability to use strong communication skills intuitively to build lasting relationships with key stakeholders. She is a qualified change management practitioner and has over ten years’ experience working in the public sector in both human resources and change management. She provides meticulous attention to detail and has a friendly, professional manner. She has experience of working with stakeholders to provide a multi-service approach to sharing, influencing and implementing new processes resulting in whole system change.
Alexis has worked with a variety of clients, including a large telecommunications organisation, providing project management and business analysis support.
APMG International Change Management Practitioner
Lean Six Sigma Practitioner, Green Belt
CIPD Certificate in Personnel Practice
CMI Diploma in Management and Leadership
Favourite Place in the world
I visited Rome for my ten-year wedding anniversary and although it was packed with tourists, I was amazed by its architecture and history. I particularly loved the Colosseum and the opportunity to take a tour of the underground and third-ring tier.
Where in the world you most like to visit that you haven't already?
I'd love to see the Northern Lights from the
comfort of a luxury igloo.
Biggest role model and why?
Marie Curie. She was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, and the only woman to win the award in two different fields. She died in 1934, aged 66, at a sanatorium in Sancellemoz, Haute-Savoie, France, of aplastic anaemia from exposure to radiation during her scientific research at field hospitals during the First World War. She was known for her honesty and moderate lifestyle. Having received a small scholarship in 1893, she returned it in 1897 as soon as she began to earn her keep. She gave much of her first Nobel Prize money to friends, family, students and research associates. Marie intentionally refrained from patenting the radium-isolation process, so that the scientific community could do research unhindered. She insisted that monetary gifts and awards be given to the scientific institutions she was affiliated with rather than to her. Albert Einstein reportedly remarked that she was probably the only person who could not be corrupted by fame.
A true inspiration.
If you could invite any three people to dinner, past or present, who would they be?
Claude Monet, my favorite artist. I would get him to rustle me up a painting while we had dinner. I studied his work at school and immediately fell in love with this style.
Sir David Attenborough. I love listening to him as he has such an amazingly calming voice.
Mary Queen of Scots. She led such a fascinating life I don’t think we would be stuck for something to talk about!
'Having no problems is the biggest problem of all'
What is your dream occupation and why?
An artist. The thought of whiling away the days painting would be my idea of bliss.
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