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On maternity leave

Eerika Hedman-Phillips

Eerika Hedman-Phillips (PhD) has devoted her career to facilitating inclusive, creative and reflexive communication in organizations. Her scholarly interests have been on understanding how to develop reflexivity within leadership teams and what relational practice could look like in organizations. She has previously worked as an independent scholar- practitioner and has consulted a variety of organizations on leadership, organizational culture and change. Currently she works in Belron International in the Group Talent, Capability and Inclusion team providing research and insights on topics such as talent management, leadership development, employee engagement, and diversity and inclusion. She is also a board member of the CMM Institute. In addition, she is a trained business coach and mental health first aider.

Eerika is committed to making theory and research practical and accessible. In her work she uses inspirations from dialogic organization development, Coordinated Management of Meaning Theory, appreciative inquiry, complexity theory, and interpersonal neuroscience. She is continuously interested in new thinking on how to help people collaborate and navigate our social worlds in meaningful ways.

on maternity leave

Eerika Hedman-Phillips

Eerika Hedman-Phillips (PhD) has devoted her career to facilitating inclusive, creative and reflexive communication in organizations. Her scholarly interests have been on understanding how to develop reflexivity within leadership teams and what relational practice could look like in organizations. She has previously worked as an independent scholar- practitioner and has consulted a variety of organizations on leadership, organizational culture and change. Currently she works in Belron International in the Group Talent, Capability and Inclusion team providing research and insights on topics such as talent management, leadership development, employee engagement, and diversity and inclusion. She is also a board member of the CMM Institute. In addition, she is a trained business coach and mental health first aider.

Eerika is committed to making theory and research practical and accessible. In her work she uses inspirations from dialogic organization development, Coordinated Management of Meaning Theory, appreciative inquiry, complexity theory, and interpersonal neuroscience. She is continuously interested in new thinking on how to help people collaborate and navigate our social worlds in meaningful ways.