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Laura Warnod

Culture and Organisational Consultant

Can work in or around London

  • 51.509648
  • -0.099076
  • Suggested rate £850 / day
  • Experience 2-7 years
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Location and workplace preferences

London, England, United Kingdom
Can work onsite in your office in
  • London and around (up to 50km)


Project length
  • Between 1-3 months
  • Between 3-6 months
  • ≥ 6 months
Business sector
  • Fashion & Cosmetics
  • Luxury Goods
  • Retail (Large Retailers)
  • Retail (Small Business)
Company size
  • 2-10 people
  • 11 - 49 people
  • 50 - 249 people
  • 250 - 999 people
  • 1000 - 4999 people
+1 other


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  • English

    Native or bilingual

  • French

    Native or bilingual


Skills (8)

Laura in a few words

I am a culture and organizational consultant and coach whose mission is to lead responsible businesses from the inside out. I have worked for several years in the Fashion and Luxury industry in various roles including Operations, IT and Culture and People transformation. I am also passing my certifications as a Strengths-based coach from Gallup and the host of a podcast called WonderWorkers.
My consulting business focuses on designing and developing strategic, agile and co-creative blueprints enhancing the human potential of responsible organizations, convinced that this is the best way to improve companies' longevity. We look after auditing, and strategy development using a Design Thinking approach with your change champions.
We also offer facilitation and public speaking services on the topics of mental health and resilience, representation, inclusion, and belonging.


The Culture Cabinet

Founder & CEO

London, UK

February 2022 - Today (1 year)

A workplace and social innovation agency serving the fashion industry. At The Culture Cabinet, we are passionate about this creative, prestigious, multifaceted industry that is vital to our economic, personal well-being, and social engagement. Many people fail to appreciate just how important and wide-reaching it really is:
- Globally, the industry is valued at $3 trillion.
- It employs over 57 million workers in developing countries, 80 percent of whom are women.
- It helps the outcasts of this world, people who don't fit in one box, to express their individuality. Fashion matters. But fashion also has its dark side. Toxic workplaces, low salaries and no recognition, lack of representation, exploitation of garment workers, and environmental damage remain issues that the industry must do more to address and resolve. And we believe that this magical and powerful industry has the potential to initiate significant positive change. Fashion always starts with one idea spreading the 'cool' factor… At The Culture Cabinet, fashion brands that undertake their journey to become kind, respectful and empathetic organizations are the new cool. We support you on this journey by:
- Bringing human-centered workplace and social innovation to the forefront of your organization
- Coaching your fashion people to own their strengths and empower them to foster a purposeful, kind, and sustainable workplace
- Raising awareness of fashion social challenges and engaging your people in the sustainable development goals. For more information about our services, please contact [email protected], or visit my website: (under maintenance)

Burberry - Burberry

Culture Transformation Analyst

London, UK

October 2019 - February 2022 (2 years and 4 months)

- Owning five Transformation areas for Burberry IT department (300+ people) and providing strategic direction to the C-suite and HRBP
- Producing the first-ever Burberry Culture Transformation methodology after conducting a strategic assessment and identifying areas of improvement
- Developing Agile and Design Thinking and Innovation Transformation strategy by conducting a department capability wide assessment through in depth interviews and data analysis and making proposals to the leadership team
- Designing and facilitating workshops and events to support our IT community, and to drive cultural and performance growth
- Communicating strategy proposals and findings to the IT Leadership team and CIO, and publicising updates to the IT community to boost action and enhance accountability and recognition
- Matrix managing and engaging 40+ team members across regions to ensure constant momentum and delivery of initiatives
- Joined forces with 4 other IT colleagues to formulate a plan as part of our "Future of Work" change programme by raising people, process and technology challenges and opportunities, and share ideas and insights on how hybrid working could look like at Burberry IT. Recent achievements: Initiated the Diversity and Inclusion transformation for the IT department and led its planning, resourcing and communication recognized as inspiring by the LT and CIO and used as a model for the other functions. This has included:
- Successful delivery of the 3-year strategic plan 6 months ahead of the rest of the business
- Facilitating workshops to give space to people to reflect on their experiences, open the conversation on disruptive and uncomfortable topics
- Producing a Burberry IT LGBT podcast where people share their coming out journey
- Created a Women in IT community to create a strong pipeline of women who support and inspire each other
- Concluding partnership with Ambitious About Autism to support us in hiring neurodiverse people

Anya Hindmarch

IT and Operations Analyst

London, UK

October 2018 - October 2019 (1 year)

- Owning all the ERP ecosystem and managing flow of company's data from the CRM system to the SAP backoffice, including the EPOS system, PLM system or Salesforce Ecommerce platform
- Delivered business process innovation projects including the transition from RetailJ (Oracle) to a new EPOS system, to deliver the intended business and IT benefits such as improving the systems' integration, user experience, and reporting capabilities or the redesign of Centric PLM to improve cross functional communication and advise the design, production and product development team on better practices
- Investigating and fixing failed data transfers across systems integration using a third-party Graphical User Interface Testing (GUI) application to troubleshoot the APIs or by adjusting the Run VBScript in BPA Platform (Task Centre) to reinforce the data transformation
- Helping the Sales team to manage product and orders data in NuOrder by ensuring that information flows accurately from PLM to SAP B1 and contribute to a better front-end experience for users and potential clients
- Set up the remaining 70% of the bespoke products online (230 products) from making the visual creative decisions through checking that product data are correctly pushing from SAP B1 to Salesforce Ecommerce platform to testing any technical issues on the test environment site
- Learned SQL and Shaperlight to write simple reports to retrieve data from SAP B1 allowing all teams across the business to make timely reliable financial and operational decisions
- Built up part of the company's GDPR policies including the Data Protection and Retention Policy and the Information Security Policy


Sales Associate

London, UK

October 2016 - March 2017 (5 months)

Team work and leadership Customer Relationship Marketing strategy


Creative and Communication Intern

June 2014 - August 2014 (2 months)