Through her consulting and academic career, Rochelle has worked for companies across different sectors, countries, and regions. This experience has sharpened her expertise in delivering a wide range of topics to very diverse audiences. Her areas of expertise include Preparing for the new world of work? Rethinking organisational spaces, management practices, and leadership styles Enhancing Performance in the Gig Economy Ensuring people management is fit for all types of work The Blended Workforce Revolution: Enhancing organizations and individuals competitive edge in location-independent teams Managing in the Age of Disruption Increasing business resilience in an uncertain world
Born and bred in Barbados, Rochelle is a recognized global speaker, author, people management expert, and gig economy, advocate. She is the Founder and CEO of Crowd Potential Consulting, a firm specializing in helping businesses and individuals navigate working relationships and enhance performance in digital spaces. She has delivered specialist interactive sessions across different regions including Europe, Latin America, and Asia, on topics including career enhancement, performance management, the gig economy, and changing work practices. She also lectures at a UK university and works with the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD) as an employability mentor, a role for which she has been commended. Rochelle specializes in the emerging field of HR, a term she coined to describe people management practices that fit for remote workers, independent contractors, and blended work teams. Her research has been recognized by CIPD, who recently invited her to speak at their annual CIPD Festival of Work conference.
Rochelle's contribution to the Lincoln International Business School seminar on performance management was insightful and very interesting. I am not an HR specialist but try to keep up to date with current thinking. Rochelle's presentation, together with her use of case-study examples in breakouts was full of technical detail but easily understandable for the non-specialist. I have already referred back to my notes on the session several times.
I highly recommend Rochelle: I attended her workshop ‘Effective Performance Management’ at LIBS and her professional and approachable style made this a really enjoyable session. She is evidently extremely knowledgeable, and as well as being a highly informative session, she facilitated audience contribution with ease, ensuring the learning was contextualised for all. The interactive case study was well managed and succeeded in drawing out experience and knowledge from across the diverse cohort, which enhanced the learning further. The session ended with some really useful takeaways which were easily integrated into daily practice