Meet our psychologists

Rob Charlton

Rob Charlton is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist with 25 years experience in a range of internal and external consultancy roles. He has worked in a huge variety of private and public sector organisations including major projects with some of the UK’s leading FTSE 100 companies and largest government departments. He brings particular expertise in assessment and selection, having held Head of Assessment roles at RBS and Capita.

Alongside of this, Rob has delivered extensive developmental work helping teams and individuals improve their effectiveness. He has also helped organisations understand and improve employee engagement including advising organisations on behalf of the Great Place to Work Institute.

Rob studied his BSc Honours degree in Psychology at the University of Manchester and completed his Masters In Occupational Psychology with the prestigious Birkbeck College, University of London. He is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, Registered Psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council and Principal Practitioner with the Association for Business Psychology.

Helen Bartimote

Helen Bartimote has worked as a Chartered Occupational Psychologist for over 20 years. She supports individuals, groups and organisations to help create diverse, inclusive and authentic work cultures. She uses a pragmatic approach unpinned by evidence based practice in all areas, from designing selection methodology to developing teams. She brings with her extensive knowledge and experience of applying the principles of psychometric science, having held internal and consulting based psychologist roles in both private and public sector. She has worked extensively with London’s emergency services and has more recently moved to working within the tech start-up sector.

Helen is passionate about helping leaders to develop a culture in which ‘psychological safety’ is embedded through systems design and coaching support. She has significant interest in coaching C-Suite leaders in understanding their ‘blind spots’ and how to address this through evidence based techniques. Helen has extensive experience of designing bespoke assessments for identifying potential up to C-suite. She has also developed a specialism in the assessment and workplace optimisation for adults with neuro-diverse conditions such as autism, ADHD and dyslexia / dyspraxia. This area involves extensive cognitive based assessments.

Helen has a BSc Hons from The University of Sussex and completed her masters’ degree at the University of Manchester. She also has a post-graduate diploma from Kings College London in Organisational Psychiatry. Helen has undertaken training at the prestigious Tavistock Institute, London in which she completed extended training on applying psychodynamic principals when coaching leaders She is a Chartered Member of the British Psychological Society, Registered Psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council and Associate Fellow with the British Psychological Society.