Welcome to Scarlett&Grey

Our work is about enabling people to perform at their best by creating insights into what helps people to focus and thrive at work. We work with leadership teams in the private and public sectors to help them build resilience and introduce change efficiently and effectively. We do this through creating better understanding of the brain. We passionately believe that if leaders, managers - all of us - understand our brains a little better, then we can work with that knowledge and have more great hours at work.

Each client project is different so if you would like to explore the challenge you are facing or hear more about what we do, please contact us.

"Your session was a real highlight for everyone at the conference! Our feedback survey shows that yours was the most popular session along with the CEO’s address, with 98.7% of delegates rating these sessions positively."

- Government Agency

"I wasn’t sure what this was going to be about but so glad I attended!  Excellent presentation and some really useful considerations to take back. Thank you, Hilary"

- Business Change and Transformation Conference Europe delegate, 2019

"Hilary ran an excellent session at our managers' conference showing how applied neuro and behavioural science can help managers lead their staff through change. Many of our managers are scientists and clinicians so they appreciated her focus on practical steps and ideas that would work back in the workplace. This showed in the post-conference feedback where 91% said they found Hilary's session useful and 90% said it was likely they'd apply the learning at work."

- Dr Ian Hudson, Chief Executive
Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency

"Hilary's professionalism, valuable interpersonal skills, guidance and diligence helped the team to focus, prioritise and engage in activities that would enable them to realise their goals."


"I have been to previous change related workshops but found resilience and maintaining performance slant very useful. Hilary Scarlett was excellent."

- Neuroscience & change workshop participant, Financial Services

"The research report provided us with valuable insights, ranging from some practical communications changes we could implement quickly to more fundamental cultural challenges."

- British Council.

"You are truly inspirational and it was so refreshing to come along with fellow senior communicators to hear of the latest developments in the world of business communications delivered in such a professional and enthusiastic manner"

- Network Rail

The second edition of Neuroscience for Organizational Change – an evidence-based, practical guide to managing change was published in 2019. Hilary is available for speaking engagements about the book. Click here to watch

Why do our brains find organisational change difficult?
How neuroscience can transform business culture
What is Neuroscience for Organizational Change?
What sends us into a positive or negative mindset?
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