Irving and Irving - Team

Adi Forman

CPsychol Associate Psychologist

Adi has worked as an occupational psychologist for more than 15 years. With experience as an in-house and external consultant, she has worked in the automotive, insurance, banking, gas & oil, energy and construction industries. Her areas of expertise include assessment and selection, organisation development, change, leadership development and group facilitation/team building.


Having graduated with a Master’s degree in Organisational Psychology Adi joined Ford Motor Company as an Occupational Psychologist. During her five years with Ford, she led a number of global and European

projects in areas as diverse as core management skills, e-learning, coaching for performance, change management competence in HR and motivation/morale. As an internal consultant, Adi was also engaged in assessment projects, with responsibility for job analysis and exercise design through to training of assessors and evaluation studies.

Whilst with Ford, Adi also trained as a coach, working with individuals to develop and perform as well as offering post-selection feedback and development support.

Since joining Irving & Irving as an associate in 2004, Adi has supported clients across a range of sectors, including construction, utilities and petro-chemicals. She is multi-lingual and during her career she has consulted and supported client projects in Europe, Africa, Middle East and Asia.

Her assignments have included:

Education, Training & Affiliations

Adi undertook both her undergraduate and post-graduate studies at Bristol University. She is a Chartered and Registered Psychologist and a member of The British Psychological Society (BPS). She is a BPS Qualified Test User, Occupational, Ability and Personality, and is accredited to use a range of psychometric tools, including the MBTI, Hogan’s Assessment System (HPI, HDS and MVPI), CPI, Wave & CPP.

Other training she draws on includes:

Managed Change™ ChangeMaster (LaMarsh & Associates)
‘Coaching for Performance’ training with Sir John Whitmore.

To learn more contact Katie Johns (Director):

+44 (0)1604 458 743