Megan Barber

ARCHITECT

Expertise

Transformative experience design, commercial provocation, behaviour change, business strategy, start-up and new venture.

Business Highlights

Project Manager | YSC
Project managed large scale transformation and leadership development programmes, and the development of behavioural leadership frameworks for organisations such as Home Retail Group, National Grid and Worldpay.

Lettings Negotiator | Marsh and Parsons, Chestertons
Led negotiations on rental property agreements, as well as advised Landlords across Central and South West London on the London property market.

Why I love what I do

I love creating moments that allow people to truly think differently. Balancing a commercial point of view with a human-centred approach has enabled me to craft transformational events that initiate real change for big businesses globally. At its best, it’s a powerful partnership with our clients, working together to create change today and momentum for the future.

A business result I'm proud of

I took over the management of a large scale performance leadership programme, spanning the top 150 of a global utilities organisation. The project was derailing due to a breakdown in communication with key stakeholders - which left the client disengaged from the work at hand. Through streamlining critical project management processes and tackling the team challenges head on, we managed to swing the pendulum to a powerful working relationship. This enabled a cultural shift, and the organisation reported a strong impact on how they drive performance through their leadership group.

A business reinvention I admire

By putting convenience and accessibility high on the agenda, Netflix has created a multifaceted viewing platform changing how we watch TV. Having started out as a postal subscription service, it has become an original programming powerhouse - producing its own award winning content with over 60 million online subscribers. Netflix has carefully and quickly reinvented itself to adapt to changing consumer habits - and been courageous in taking the risks needed to shake up and lead the television industry.