Elisa Nardi / Founder and CEO
Elisa founded ēniteō and its sister business Notebook Mentor in 2017.
Elisa has over thirty years experience in the corporate world having held several senior executive roles across a number of different industry sectors. She was Chief People Officer at Bupa, Virgin Media and Marconi.
Elisa is a skilled strategist and expert in driving sustained long-term transformation through people. She has mentored and coached Boards, Chairs, CEO’s and executives to shift culture, build leadership capability and grow learning agility, all in pursuit of great people and customer experience and sustained commercial success.
Jill Mackenzie / Partner
Jill has a long track record of success leading Corporate Services and Human Resources in large organisations across multiple sectors. She is expert in leading organisational change and transformation, people strategy and service delivery.
Jill is currently a portfolio non-executive director. She serves on a number of boards as the Senior Independent Director, Deputy Chair or Chair in complex and regulated environments with multiple, powerful stakeholders and a high degree of public scrutiny.
Jill has a keen interest in board member and board chair effectiveness offering mentoring or coaching to clients seeking to maximise their impact at the board or senior leadership table. Jill’s board experience means she is fully versed in areas such as corporate governance, stakeholder management, public accountability, risk and corporate responsibility.
Leon Benjamin / Partner
Léon is a collaboration practitioner and the co-founder of Sei Mani, a professional services company that delivers extraordinarily high levels of adoption of enterprise collaboration apps.
Sei Mani delivers the adoption of real time video, conferencing, messaging apps and ‘Facebook inside’ technologies, for its customers, enabling transformation in ways of working.
Léon has over 25 years experience designing and delivering complex IT transformation programmes, managing business change and agile software development in multiple sectors with global blue chip clients.
Paul Kersey / Partner
Paul is a seasoned Human Resources professional with an impressive track record of shaping and leading HR transformation in international environments with an emphasis on organisation development, talent management, reward and engagement.
During his career he has worked across multiple sectors including pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, financial services and health. As someone who is energetic and passionate about leading change, he thrives on creating the right environment in which people and organisations can excel.
Paul brings humility and curiosity to all his work and has a determined patience to get under the skin of what is really going on. This helps him find insights that can unlock the toughest assignments.
Business Development Director
Simon Taylor / Business Development Director
Simon Taylor is Business Development Director for ēniteō and Notebook Mentor.
He joined the business in 2018 to support the growth and development of both companies.
Simon started his career in engineering, spending much of his working life in the Telecommunications sector at Vodafone, Ericsson and Marconi Communications. Mid career he moved into more general management, managing teams in New Product Introduction, Change and Programme Management.
Simon has lived and worked overseas for ten years and has managed many highly complex multi million pound service contracts. He is passionate about delivery through great leadership and focus on customers. Simon is a qualifed Electronics and Communications Engineer. He also holds a Post Graduate qualification in Business Management.
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