Chrissie Martindale, Senior Associate Consultant
  • Chrissie Martindale

  • Senior Associate Consultant

Chrissie has worked with a&dc since 2009 and has almost 20 years’ experience of assessment for selection and leadership development in the public and private sector. Chrissie’s early career was in retail Banking and she worked in house as a recruitment consultant before leaving to set up as an external assessment consultant in 2005. She has a wealth of experience in competency based behavioural assessment and was one of the founder members of the UK Assessment Centre Group, whose aim is to promote best practice in Assessment Centres delivery in the UK. Chrissie believes passionately that everyone has the right to love the job that they do and is an advocate of strengths based leadership. Much of her time is spent coaching clients on a one-to-one basis as well as designing and delivering leadership team workshops. She also loves observing and coaching at leadership development centres for the insight that they bring to clients around enhancing their leadership skills.

Chrissie is a member of the British Psychological Society having graduated from the Open University in 2016 with a First-class honours degree in Psychology. She is on the British Psychological Society register of qualified test users, previously known as level A&B. Psychometric questionnaires that Chrissie has trained in include OPQ by SHL, Wave by Saville Consulting, Dimensions by Talent Q, Strengthscope and Strengthscope Team by Strengths Partnership and Resilience by a&dc. She also holds a certificate and licence in career counselling and is a member of the Association for Coaching.

Some of the clients that Chrissie has worked with are: Audi UK; GCHQ; Visa Europe, K Com; Notting Hill Housing Association; Arts Council for England; Royal Mail; Post Office; Business Link; Camelot; Akzo Nobel; Barclays Bank; Lloyds Banking Group; Waterstones; World Pay; HMPS; DWP; UKTI; SOCA; Birmingham City University; Nottingham University; Newcastle City Council; Manchester Airport Group; NHS; Royal Horticultural Society; Vodafone; E ON energy.