About Indigo Brave
Laila-Elizabeth Risdon co-founded Indigo Brave 1996 with the mission of bringing cutting edge ‘change modalities’ to the widest audience possible, believing that these life changing opportunities should be available to all.
In the face of all expectations, we started achieving measurable changes in behaviour within vulnerable young people and groups with long term mental health histories, then going on to work with esteemed leaders, CEO’s and Team Leadership groups within large corporations.
Offering a ground-breaking mix of neuroscience, practical exercises from theatre/arts, emotional intelligence and lessons learned from our own unique experiences Indigo Brave have been at the forefront of culture transformation within individuals and corporations for over 25 years.
Our clients have included many Blue Chip companies and we still provide regular work for Rolls-Royce apprentices and leaders, Lubrizol, Greencore, as well as SMEs across England and Europe and third sector organisations such as Jamie Oliver's Fifteen Foundation.
Our Social Enterprise business drives our ethos by providing this innovative and transformational training to community projects, schools and groups of vulnerable people who may otherwise not have access to this work.
For more information on our projects and how you can be a part of it please contact us!
About Laila-Elizabeth Risdon
Laila has worked for over 15 years specifically on Culture Shift and Alignment Programmes, consulting for global organisations and SMEs on High Performance Cultures, Coaching Cultures, and Sustainable Cultures; prioritising people and planet sustainability as well as ensuring profit sustainability.
She has an MA from City University in Performance and Co-Founded the National Award winning company, Indigo Brave in 1996.
Accredited in the Emotional Intelligence Tool, EQi, she is also trained in Systemic Constellations as well as NLP, energy psychology (EFT) and Kineseology. Her main methodology however is Indigo Brave's own Quantum Leadership techniques which blend a broad range of practical psychology tools and techniques.
Her book 'Why Good Self Esteem is Bad for You' is due to be published in 2021.
“Your ability to affect real change in me is truly remarkable!”
“I have got more out of your coaching in 6 months than in a lifetime of working on these issues.”
“If you can affect half the change I have seen in me with my team, I will be very happy.”
CFO Blue Chip Co.