Gina Battye

World Renowned LGBT & Psychological Safety Consultant and Author of How to Beat the Biscuit Tin Blues

  • Creator of the Authentic Self Process, The 5 Pillars of Psychological Safety and the Playing It Gay Guidelines
  • Advisor for the BBC and ITV
  • Author of How to Beat the Biscuit Tin Blues
  • Formerly worked with the likes of AstraZeneca, Lloyds Banking Group, Bank of America and Nestle

Discover Gina Battye’s biography of published work below.

How to Beat the Biscuit Tin Blues
How to Beat the Biscuit Tin Blues
  • Psychological Safety and LGBTQ+ Specialist
  • Creator of the 5 Pillars of Psychological Safety
  • Developed the Psychological Safety Diagnostic Tool for organisations
  • Awarded Speaker of the Year and Finalist: National Diversity Awards
  • Best-Selling Author
  • Has a Weekly Audience Reach of 10 Million

Gina Battye is a world-renowned, award-winning Psychological Safety and LGBTQ+ Inclusion Consultant and Trainer. She is on a mission to lobby UK Government to introduce psychological safety into workplace legislation. She wants to create work environments where people thrive; through creating safer, more inclusive workplaces.

Being part of the LGBTQ+ community, Gina knows first-hand the unique pressures and challenges that being LGBTQ+ in the workplace can bring. She has almost 25 years experience working with multinational corporations; including; AstraZeneca, Ministry of Defence, NHS, Barclays, Experian, Vodafone, HBOS Plc, to name a few… as well as with TV, film and media companies around the world.

Gina’s blueprint for Psychological Safety (The 5 Pillars of Psychological Safety) and Diagnostic Tool (Lux) are being implemented worldwide to create fully inclusive workplaces. The Diagnostic Tool provides organisations with an accurate picture of how psychologically safe their workplace is, as assessed by their employees. The 5 Pillars provide organisations with a framework to create a psychologically safe environment; one where everyone feels safe to bring their whole self to work.

Backed with a Speaker of the Year award, 12 years of sold-out programmes and an audience reach of over 10 million a week, Gina is pioneering workplace inclusion methods.

A trusted advisor and regular contributor for the BBC and an active member of the ITV News Diversity & Inclusion Panel, Gina is also a prolific writer, award-winning speaker and best-selling author, raising awareness of psychological safety, authenticity and LGBTQ+ issues. She is a huge advocate and influencer in the authentic representation of LGBTQ+ in the media. Gina’s work has been widely featured in the media including; Sky News, BBC Radio, Forbes, The Telegraph, Huffington Post, Psychologies, Cosmopolitan, The Times, Metro, Pink News, Vice, Gay Star News, Diva and Curve, to name a few!

A powerhouse. An influencer. A leader. Gina stands up, she speaks up. She educates. Gina is creating breakthroughs in workplaces globally, combining world-class training with a heavy dose of hindsight. Gina changes lives!

Official Testimonials

Gina Battye is regularly booked to engage audiences at events, read their latest feedback below:

“Gina was a guest speaker at an event in AstraZeneca. Gina delivered an interactive conversation on the topic of bringing your whole self to work and LGBT inclusion. The feedback was extremely positive and I would highly recommend working with Gina on any corporate event relating to inclusion, diversity and LGBT topics.”


“Gina’s presentation in front of a room full of professional speakers was punchy, passionate and proficient.”

Eilidh, The Professional Speaking Association

“I was immediately impressed with Gina’s infectious personality. She speaks with such authority on her subject and is not in the least bit reserved in sharing her knowledge and experience. She inspires all who have the privilege of hearing her speak.”

Beverly, Sales Manager

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