Hannah Iannelli

Senior organisational consultant

Hannah is a Senior Organisational Consultant working on wellbeing at work and organisational development consultancy as well as research and evaluation projects. With a MSc in Organisational Psychology and Psychiatry from Kings College London, Hannah brings a wealth knowledge and experience of strategic interventions in the workplace in relation to mental health and wellbeing at work. Coupled with her diverse experience in various sectors such as leisure & tourism, construction and private sector organisations she is able to bring strong leadership, partnership development, project management, and analytics skills. Hannah is dedicated to advancing and improving mental health and wellbeing in the workplace through evidence-based interventions at a systems level, leadership, management and for employees. Ensuring that interventions are mutually beneficial and provide value for money and return of investment. Along with her MSc she also has a BSc in psychology and criminology and has a thorough understanding of the criminal justice system, crown prosecution service, and prison service.

Motivations for wanting to work in health and wellbeing at work

From early experiences in workplaces Hannah became fascinated with employee's behaviour in the workplace and the effects it has on organisations. Whilst simultaneously fascinated by how organisations impact people’s behaviour and life both in and out of the workplace in both positive and negative ways. Organisations and the individuals working within them have a complex relationship. They have a direct impact on one each other in a plethora of ways and having a happy healthy workforce that is thriving at all levels of a company is essential for its success.

Hannah’s passion and motivations involve developing and implementing mental health and wellbeing programmes and interventions at leadership and systems levels to improve employee’s overall quality of life but also increase organisation’s performance. Additionally, Hannah is passionate about bringing changes in the workplace that contribute to wider society such as supporting organisations to adjust practices and make reasonable adjustments that help them become more inclusive and accessible.

Mental health and wellbeing at work areas of interest

Whilst Hannah has an array of interest and knowledge surround wellbeing at work, key areas of interest include:

  • Leadership development,
  • Equality, diversity Inclusive & equity
  • Emotional intelligence
  • Coaching
  • Organisational design & transformation
  • Design workplace environments with wellbeing in mind
  • Strategy and policy
  • Organisational development
  • Training and development

Research & evaluation

Throughout my career I have been able to publish 17 papers with several more currently in progress. I have been involved in many of the research and evaluation projects delivered by Maudsley Learning. I very much enjoy doing research and evaluation using advanced statistical analysis to demonstrate results and impact. In particular, I have a keen interest in longitudinal evaluation to be able to demonstrate the return on investment of training and interventions as well as skills and knowledge acquisition and measuring the impact it has on organisations.

Publications & Projects

Hannah has worked on a wide range of organisational development, research and evaluation projects. She has also developed and delivered training on wellbeing at work. She has worked with key stakeholders at a local, regional and national level building strong networks and collaborations along the way. Some projects Hannah has been involved in include:

Coures by Hannah