We are on a mission to enable organisations to create high-performing teams through AI coaching
We believe that we are past the point of no return – we need to think differently about the world of work.
We are on a mission to create healthy, thriving and high-performing cultures.
Through our behavioural insights and AI coaching, we enable scalable behaviour change that connects organisational purpose and values to every employee. The benefit? Your people feel more empowered, more engaged and more connected to the business, accelerating positive change and business growth.
At KultraLab, we believe the future of business is through collaboration. We intentionally partner with organisations that can add value to our mission of helping our clients build the consumer workforces of tomorrow:
The University Of Manchester
We are supported by the Department of Computer Science and Alliance Business School to inform our research insights across machine learning, AI and behavioural science to accelerate our platform’s capabilities.
World Retail Congress (WRC)
This relationship plays a key role in enabling our research-first approach. At the WRC in 2023, we will be presenting our findings on our ground-breaking new study. 'Where next for DEI? Unleashing the Power of Difference'.
Kelvin Capital's technology investment focus boosts our ambition to help organisations develop and create sustainable behavioural change across their workforces.
Scottish Enterprise is Scotland’s national economic development agency. They’re committed to growing the Scottish economy for the benefit of all, helping to create more quality jobs and a brighter future for every region.
We are proud to be B Corp certified, meeting high standards of verified performance, accountability and transparency on factors from employee benefits and charitable initiatives to supply chain practices and input materials.
Chief Executive Officer and Founder
Prior to setting up KultraLab, Steve co-founded specialist talent and leadership consultancy Green Park. He has worked with some of the world’s biggest brands and most senior leaders to advise them around leadership and talent. Steve is also a special advisor on the future workforce to the World Retail Congress.
Chief Behavioural Science Officer
Amy is responsible for bringing the behavioural science to Kultra. Amy is an award winning Business Psychologist, Co-Founder and thought leader with a 12 year track record consulting and advising FTSE250 companies. In 2018, Amy co-founded People Matter which was acquired by Sabio Group in 2022.
Chief Product & Technology Officer
Jon oversees every element of our platform, from its design to ensuring it delivers value to our clients and users. Jon is an experienced, senior product and technology leader, having previously held Leadership roles with Disney, Dunnhumby, AKQA, and LifeWorks
Senior Independent Director
Lynton is a Non-Executive Director at Jellyfish, an award winning visual effects and animation production company. He is also the Chair at Sparta Global a technology services company specialising in the provision of highly skilled technology consultants.
Lynton was a Partner at PWC for 20 years and was a member of the PWC Executive Management Board and Pan European Board.
Kevin is an experienced company Chairman and NxD. Kevin has held Board appointments across a range of industries including energy, telecoms, retail, printing and leisure covering both service and manufacturing. Kevin is the Chair/Board member of various companies, including Space NK and previously at organisations such as David Lloyds, Booker and is the Ex Managing Director of 3i Group.
Strategic Advisor - Organisational Performance
Sir Clive plays a key role in providing expertise on creating high performing teams to help us shape the development of our AI coach, Kultra. He is also the Chair of our upcoming report titled ‘The Secret DNA of High-Performing Teams’ in collaboration with the World Retail Congress and the University of Manchester. Sir Clive was the Head Coach of the England Rugby Team who won the World Cup in 2003 and was Director of Sport for Team GB at London 2012.