​​​​​​'Light bulb' moment

Brenda's personal ‘light bulb’ moment came in September 2013 at a London Centenary CIPD conference in realising how equipping your workforce with the right knowledge and skills is at the heart of organizational competitiveness and profitability, and that successful organizations never stop learning.

Having also grown up playing and watching tennis and now an accomplished salsa dancer, Brenda had always been fascinated by how the greatest sportsmen and dancers consistently produce exceptional performances, which comes from being highly competitive.

She passionately believes it is this champion mentality that improves individual and team performance, and subsequently organizational productivity and profitability.  

Career experience

Brenda is passionate about linking performance with learning and OD solutions and getting return on investment (ROI) from learning and development interventions.

Until recently Brenda was Head of Education & Training at a large organization in the UK, specialising in strategy, service transformation, change and stakeholder management, mandatory training compliance, and professional development for over 3500 staff.

In addition to working with public sector organizations, she has also worked with leading private sector companies, drawing upon her senior management experience and operational efficiency to enable meaningful culture change. She therefore brings considerable training and development, and OD experience to IPP  Learning.

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MBTI and leadership

Brenda is also a qualified MBTI practitioner (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator), a powerful psychometric tool for leadership and team development to drive organizational effectiveness and meet business objectives.

In her spare time she volunteers for and sits on the Development Group of the London Healthcare People Management Academy (London HPMA), which develops the capabilities and competencies of senior HR professionals and Directors across London's healthcare sector.


Brenda Chiremba is the founder/ Managing Director of IPP Learning. Brenda has a Masters in Personnel & Human Resource Development from Greenwich University (UK) and is a chartered member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD, UK).

Brenda is also a registered nurse and holds a BSc degree in Nursing (Surrey University, UK), and Critical Care (Brighton University, UK). Prior to moving to the UK in 1999, she worked as a qualified Medical Laboratory Technologist in Pathology and in the teaching labs at the medical school, University of Zimbabwe.

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