About Justine Lutterodt

Justine Lutterodt is Founder and Managing Director of the Centre for Synchronous Leadership (CSL).

Often referred to as “the Changemaker’s Changemaker,” Justine brings over twenty years of experience to her C-suite coaching practice. She has led numerous senior teams and entire divisions through cultural transformation, and her project work has received multiple awards for its innovative design and high impact.

Justine is also a recognised authority on leadership, ethics, governance and systemic change. She is author of the Mindful Exclusion Governance Report, which is based on a quantitative study of board directors and C-suite executives. The report provides unique insight on how to get on the front foot of effective decision making in the post-pandemic world. Additionally, her thought pieces on ethical leadership have been featured at the World Economic Forum on three separate occasions, and her opinion pieces have been featured in mainstream publications such as Huffington Post and City AM.

Prior to founding the Centre in 2010, Justine served as Marketing Director at Quality Training Systems, where she reconfigured the customer relationship and pricing strategy to prepare the business for sale. Before this, Justine was at Monitor (Deloitte), a management consultancy founded by Michael Porter.

Outside of CSL, Justine serves as NED for The Chartered Governance Institute UK&I and as NED for the nominations committee of the Chartered Institute of Taxation. She is also Patron of Bright Stars, a charity supporting young people with autism, and Founder of the Africa Women’s Circle.

Justine has been recognised as one of the City of London’s 30 Most Influential Female Industry Changemakers (Brummell Magazine) and one of Britain’s Most Influential Black Entrepreneurs (BE Mogul). Justine holds a BA from Yale in Maths and Philosophy and an MSc from LSE in Organisational Psychology, both with distinction. She is also a graduate of the Academy of Executive Coaching and of the Oxford Artificial Intelligence Programme at SAID Business School.