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Dr Kiran Chitta
DPsych, CPsychol, AFBPsS, MISCP Accred
Caxton & Co is owned and operated by Dr Kiran Chitta, who works with an international network of associates, collaborators and partners. Kiran is a global psychologist, consultant and coach, based in London and Singapore.
Kiran is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist, a graduate of Oxford University in experimental psychology, a postgraduate of the Manchester School of Management in organizational psychology and holds a doctorate in psychotherapy from the UK's Metanoia Institute.
Kiran has lived and worked in the UK, Middle East and Asia Pacific. He is a certified facilitator and coach, and an experienced organization design, development and leadership consultant, with over twenty years' of international corporate experience working across sectors including TMT, consumer, retail, professional services, luxury, hospitality, government and financial services. Kiran has previously held roles at Procter & Gamble, Accenture, Deloitte, the UK Civil Service, Motorola, Majid Al Futtaim and Oliver Wyman. He combines a uniquely varied business background with skilled use of psychological tools and techniques to enable improved performance and wellbeing in his clients. Above all, he builds close and collaborative working relationships with clients to help them achieve their goals, whether the context is coaching, consulting or facilitation.
Chartered Occupational Psychologist
Registered Practitioner Psychologist - UK Health Professionals Council
Advanced Gestalt Facilitator
Accredited Coaching Psychologist with the International Society for Coaching Psychology
Certified in Performance Coaching & Coaching Psychology
MA Experimental Psychology, Oxford University
MSc Organizational Psychology, UMIST (Distinction)
Doctorate in Psychotherapy, Middlesex University (Metanoia Institute)
Qualified psychometric test user - British Psychological Society Registered - (MBTI, OPQ, 16PF, Hogan)
LLB (Hons), MSc
Nomita Nair is a lawyer, accredited coach with the European Mentoring & Coaching Council, and registered career coach, with a Masters (Distinction) in Career Management and Coaching from the University of London. She also continues a successful career as an international finance lawyer, having worked in the US, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. She leads our career development and coaching practice, focusing on professional services sectors and career transitions.
Nomita has been a senior practitioner in two leading international law firms, Allen & Overy, where she was a Counsel in London, and Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, where she was a Partner in Singapore. She has managed teams of lawyers across multiple jurisdictions and cultures.
Nomita has held management responsibilities including learning and career development for emerging talent. She is based in London and Singapore.
Registered Career Development Professional - Career Development Institute (UK)
Accredited Practitioner Coach - European Mentoring and Coaching Council
Admitted as an Attorney to the New York State bar
Admitted as a Solicitor to the Supreme Court of Singapore
Admitted as a Solicitor to the Supreme Court of England & Wales
MSc Career Management and Coaching, Birkbeck, University of London (Distinction)
LLB (Hons) University of Bristol
Qualified psychometric test user (British Psychological Society Registered)
WHAT CLIENTS SAY
CEO, Technology Business
Helped me and my team to create a sense of purpose and to be more agile during a challenging process of transformation
Partner, Law Firm
Provided the kind of career coaching that I needed to stay on top of my game and define my own future
HR Director, Global Hospitality
The best facilitators we have ever worked with - aware of our commercial and strategic issues while being sensitive to our human challenges
OUR MEMBERSHIPS and Accreditations in Coaching and Psychology
OUR POINT OF VIEW
ORGANIZATIONAL AGILITY: THE FOUNDATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL, SOCIAL & GOVERNANCE PERFORMANCE, DIGITALISATION, TRANSFORMATION, INCLUSION and THE FUTURE OF WORK
Organizational agility is our holistic model for people and organization development.
This is an integrated and people-centric approach which aligns leadership, culture, structure, and careers with the need for business agility
At the heart of our approach is an appreciation for the business and societal benefits of an agile mindset.
Agile organizations do not treat sustainability or inclusion as add-ons. They are core aspects of transformation and essential to the future of work.
Our difference is that we approach agility from a psychological and behavioural point of view, not just a process, project management, or systems perspective.
The future of work is going to be exciting and there are many reasons to feel optimistic about it.
We do not teach or use simplistic ‘change management’ methodologies invented in a pre-digital world. We work with the complexity and uncertainty that organizations typically face, and we help to make it manageable by applying psychology.
PEOPLE MAKE ORGANIZATIONS AGILE, NOT JUST METHODOLOGIES, TECHNOLOGY, OR SYSTEMS
Agility is an individual and collective capacity to benefit from change, and especially from digital transformation, in a volatile, uncertain world.
Agility is not synonymous with ‘agile working’, ‘agile’ in IT, or ‘agile transformation’. It is a human and psychological capacity which is distributed across an entire organization, reflected in enterprise leadership, culture, structure and careers. An organization in which people can learn, adapt, and innovate in a sustainable way, requires a foundation of psychological agility.
Agility supports our ability to manage complexity and deal with paradox, rather than think too simplistically about sources of stress, or tension.
Our model for organizational agility consists of four interrelated areas of focus:
Agile leadership that requires both individual and collective ability to lead change and transform organizations
Cultural agility which encourages knowledge sharing, experimentation, dialogue and learning by doing
Agile teams and organizational structures which make healthy use of hierarchy, encourage collaboration, and bust bureaucracy
Career agile mindset and behaviour at all levels which increases the ability for people to manage their own careers in a proactive way