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DR MAGGIE SEMPLE OBE, FCGI
I-Cubed Group's Co-CEO and Co-Founder
Maggie is described as gently formidable – a voice of reason. She is a thought-leader on cultural change, inclusion & ethics with a focus on leadership development and governance. She is a strategic advisor to organisations and is regularly asked to chair international conferences and facilitate private meetings.
Formerly an academic, Maggie began advising governments in the 1990s. She has been a member of several high-profile UK Government and European Union task groups and represented the UK in Greece and Hong Kong. From 1997-2001 Maggie was Director of the Learning Experience at the Millennium Dome and from 2001-2008, a Civil Service Commissioner.
Maggie established The Experience Corps Ltd (TEC), a global consultancy firm in 2001. TEC provides strategic advice on transformational change, organisational effectiveness, board development and women’s development. TEC has a team of global associates with clients in the retail, media, financial, technological, and energy sectors.
In 2010, Maggie founded the Semple brand comprising a luxury bespoke womenswear business with a working atelier in Covent Garden, London, an online magazine with over 8m viewers and an events programme.
Maggie serves on a range of Boards. She is a Non-Executive Director of Phoenix Group plc, and Jamaica National Bank UK Ltd, and a member of University of Cambridge HR Committee. Maggie leads the Black British Voices Project (BBVP) in partnership with the University of Cambridge. She is the co-author of My Little Black Book published in October 2021.
Maggie is a Fellow of the City & Guilds Institute, one of 500 Fellowships awarded since 1878, is cited in International Who’s Who and was awarded an OBE in 2001. Maggie is an Honorary Bencher of Middle Temple Inn.
I-Cubed Group's Co-CEO and Co-Founder
Jane is a successful business woman and consultant. She is an International Life and Business Coach who has led, trained, coached and mentored many individuals helping them reach their potential.
Described as inspirational, unique in her style, yet authentic in her approach, Jane has the ability to see past the surface and get to the core of whoever she works with to bring out the best in them.
In late 2017, Jane had a life changing experience that transformed her forever. She embarked on a journey that was to change the course of her direction, challenge her values and belief systems and breakdown the self-imposed barriers. It resulted in her leaving the corporate world to follow her passions, one of which was her consultancy business and the other was becoming a Life & Business Coach and Speaker.
In 2019 she worked alongside Maggie Semple running Power of Frequency workshops, which looks to empower individuals from within, giving tools and techniques to harness their own well-being.
She is also the owner and founder of JK Sales Consultancy, which specialises in transforming sales behaviours and utilises Agile frameworks. Her passion comes from over 27 years of working for blue chip organisations and she enjoys making a difference to people and businesses. She now uses this experience to advise and support CEO’s, Managing Directors and Senior Business Leaders on sales matters, from improving performance across their teams to implementing effective working practices and processes.
Previously Jane has held sales leadership roles across a variety of organisations and so has extensive experience in the world of sales. With a background in sales methodology, sales processes and sales operations she brings a wealth of knowledge and creates effective frameworks to work from.
Jane is also an active participant in the Women in Sales Awards (Europe) events having been a Judge in both 2016 and 2017, and a Mentor in 2018. She is a great supporter of empowering women and is a regular panel member at Women in Business events. She is the co-author of My Little Black Book published in October 2021.
I-Cubed Group's Creative Director
Dulcie is the creative eye behind I-Cubed Group. She has a passion for anything that oozes colour and likes to make this a feature in both her appearance and design work. Dulcie celebrates the fact that she thinks outside the box and encourages people to be true to their values and break away from stereotypes. Much like her design, she enjoys challenging the perception that things should be viewed with a black/white perspective. In her experience, some added colour goes a lot further and helps to read in-between the lines.
Dulcie has always enjoyed challenging people’s views during her career. She first realised this was a strength of hers when she was discouraged from taking a full creative syllabus for A-levels. It was not deemed as ‘promising’ for her future. Dulcie knew where her focus was and requested the school amended their timetable to allow for her chosen subjects, assuring them she would exceed their expectations on this path. She left in 2007 as one of Edexcel’s top achievers, securing 100% in her Art studies for the school and returned a few years later to teach Art and Photography to other promising students in the same position.
Her journey continued when Dulcie enrolled as an art student at Central Saint Martins. It was there she found her passion for Graphic Design and later graduated with a degree in this from London College of Communication. Ten years on, she has taken on a number of working roles including one as a Senior Magazine Designer. Now Dulcie oversees the creative direction and marketing on various projects in the creative field, collaborating her skills in fashion and art.
She has been recognised for many of her achievements, including being shortlisted for We Are the City’s 2019 Creative Industries Rising Star Award.
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