Mark Bouch, Managing Director of Leading Change, the London-based consultancy with proven expertise in strategy execution, is now a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership & Management (Institute LM).

“I am delighted to take up this new role. The Institute of LM is a professional
membership body that connects like-minded people with the shared purpose of inspiring
great leadership everywhere,” said Bouch. “It is passionate about harnessing the power
of leadership to transform people and businesses for the better.”

As a Fellow of the ILM, Mark will be able to share his strategy execution and leadership
expertise by both challenging and supporting ILM members.

As an experienced speaker and a proven leader in dynamic and complex business
environments, Bouch has an extensive track record in developing change leaders and
high performing teams capable of delivering ambitious business plans.

Leading Change clients include UK and international businesses and third sector
organisations. Bouch has a great record in getting things done in high-profile businesses including: Pfizer, London 2012 Transport, Diageo, AstraZeneca, Autotrader, Compass Group UK & Ireland and a leading Formula One motor-racing team, for example:

Pfizer, one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies
• Helped to address problems faced by development project teams and leaders –
the programme, designed to change the leadership culture, was a great success
leading to tangible business results
Autotrader, the leading marketplace for motorists
• Designed and delivered a highly regarded experiential leadership development
programme to over 200 senior managers, enhancing their capability to lead the
organisation through the transformation from a print to digital publishing
Compass Group UK & Ireland, the market leader in contract catering
• Helped to weld the commercial leadership team together, define clear strategic
direction aligned to the business and develop better relationships with sector

“I am really excited about contributing to the global debate about leadership in dynamic
organisations. Our intent is to ensure organisations develop leaders equipped to handle
the challenges of today and capable of making a real difference in their organisations
and beyond,” said Bouch.