Megan is Professor of Leadership and Dialogue at Ashridge Executive Education, Hult Business School and Founder of Reitz Consulting. She is listed on the Thinkers50 radar of global management thinkers. and HR Magazine Most Influential Listing. She writes, speaks and consults in the areas of leadership, dialogue, mindfulness, culture, change, coaching and team effectiveness. She is author of ‘Mind Time’ and ‘Dialogue in Organizations’ and ‘Speak Up: Say what needs to be said and hear what needs to be heard’ for Financial Times Publishing, due out July 2019.
Her research focuses on the connection of mindfulness practice to leadership capacities in the 21st Century and the capability of facilitating ‘speaking truth to power’ in organisations.
Megan’s doctoral work focused on how leadership and dialogue are constructed in organisations and serves as a call to examine and inquire into the quality of our relationships within organisational settings.
Reitz Consulting works with a number of international clients bringing Megan’s research to organisations through facilitation, teaching and speaking.
Megan’s business background includes consulting in Deloitte’s People and Change Service area. She worked as an analyst in the strategy consulting arm of Computer Science Corporation and in supplier strategy and relationship management for NTL and the internet start-up, boo.com.
Specialties: Mindfulness and Speaking Truth to Power. Megan’s doctoral research is in the area of relational leadership and dialogue, specifically in the application of Martin Buber’s work on I-Thou dialogue to the leadership.