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Maisie Sather

Vice President, Human Capital Practice Lead

Bio

Maisie Sather is an organisational psychologist and Head of the Human Capital Practice in the Operational Excellence Practice.  She joined Apax Partners in 2019 and is currently based in the UK.

Maisie is an experienced leadership assessor and executive coach, having partnered with CEOs and Boards in FTSE 100 / Fortune 50 companies, and in PE-backed management teams.

Prior to joining Apax Partners, Maisie was Head of Private Equity for North America at global leadership strategy consultancy YSC. She began her career in BT Global Services in employee engagement, before joining Deloitte’s Human Capital team. Over her career she has led initiatives to identify and accelerate diverse talent, and foster inclusive, balanced executive teams.

Maisie holds a BA Hons from University of Oxford, an MSc in Psychology, and an MSc in Organisational Behaviour. She is currently pursuing a doctorate in existential psychotherapy. 

Living our values

“Work should be a source of joy, energy and fulfilment, as we have ‘impact through insight and tenacity’. Too often however we are misplaced, stretched beyond our capabilities, or lack the conditions to be successful. My mother was a gifted careers adviser; I have inherited her drive to build a holistic and comprehensive understanding of someone’s unique strengths, values and limitations. Using these insights, we can make the right leadership decisions, fuelling portfolio performance and happier working lives.” 

Contact information

+44 20 7872 6300

Office

London

Maisie's Story

As an organisational psychologist, Maisie has had the pleasure of assessing and coaching leaders around the world, from portfolio succession candidates, to CEOs of Fortune 100 organisations. Her focus is ensuring the right leader is in the right role and is set up for success. She works at both an individual level and an executive team level, accelerating portfolio leaders on their journey to becoming high-performing championship teams.