Haddleton Knight was founded by experts renowned in their respective fields and each with unique and highly sought after specialisms

Emma Haddleton

C.Psychol C.Sci AFBPsS HCPC reg

Emma specialises in the assessment and development of executives at all levels of both private and public organisations. She works on a global platform across a range of sectors including: aerospace; financial services; FMCG; high technology; manufacturing; media; military; oil and gas; outsourcing; pharma; professional services; and retail.

Emma began her career researching technology solutions to flexible working and military performance under pressure. She then worked in the City of London where she led people solutions teams within major transformational change programmes and had a senior role for a City headhunter working in M&A and high change environments. She then created, built and led two successful assessment and practice development consultancies.

In her spare time Emma likes to run, swim and spend time with her husband, three children and their dog, Sydney.


  • Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society, Division of Occupational Psychology and Associate Fellow of the BPS
  • Registered Psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council
  • Chartered Scientist. MSc. Occupational Psychology 1994
  • BSc. (Hons) Psychology 1992

Dr. Craig Knight

PhD, MSc, CPsychol; HCPC reg, HRF (Exon) BSCAH

Craig’s expertise centres on business relationships and performance at work.  His interactions are typically with leaders, key managers and business teams.  Published, peer-reviewed global studies by Craig and colleagues consistently demonstrate that – compared to current best management practice – the psychological application of business principles can improve well-being by up to 40% and productivity by up to 32%.

His extensive commercial experience extends to Board level appointments (usefully supported by a PhD in leadership effectiveness and workplace design).  Craig is an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Exeter; this provides access to the worldwide university network. 

He is also a Psychological Therapist and Counsellor.  Craig is a member of the Health and Care Professions Council and of the British Society for Clinical and Academic Hypnosis.  He doesn’t have any spare time!


  • Chartered Psychologist with British Psychological Society
  • Registered Occupational Psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council
  • PhD in Business leadership, workspace design and business performance (Social and Organisational Psychology)
  • MSc in Organisational Psychology (Personalities of managers and staff)
  • BSc (Hons) in Psychology

Mark Jury

Mark’s background is in law. He qualified in the City of London and worked for many years at Norton Rose Fullbright LLP specialising in complex infrastructure and outsourcing projects. In 2008, Mark moved his practice to Top 100 law firm Ashfords LLP where he was a Partner, sitting on the Board from 2009. He was Joint CEO from 2012 being responsible for the strategic direction and day to day management of the business.   

Mark brings with him a wealth of experience in strategic and operational leadership and heads all operational aspects of Haddleton Knight.   

In his spare time, Mark likes to play golf, run, drink wine and spend time with his family.


  • Solicitor – England and Wales
  • Legal Practice Course – Distinction
  • Common Professional Exam – Second in Year
  • BSc (Hons) Mathematics

A few relevant publications

Haslam, S.A., & Knight, C. (2006). Your place or mine?  BBC News Website, retrieved 20th November 2007 from: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/6155438.stm

Haslam, S. A., & Knight, C. (2010).  Cubicle, sweet cubicle, Scientific American Mind, 21, 30 -35.

Knight, C.P., & Haslam, S.A. (2010). The relative merits of lean, enriched, and empowered Offices: An experimental examination of the impact of workspace management, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 16, 158 – 172.

Knight, C.P., & Haslam, S.A. (2010). Your place or mine? Organizational identification and comfort as mediators of relationships between the managerial control of workspace and employees’ satisfaction and well-being. British Journal of Management, 21, 717-735.

Knight, C.P., Haslam, S.A., & Haslam, C. (2010). In home or at home? How collective decision making in a new care facility enhances social interaction and wellbeing amongst older adults. Ageing and Society, 30, 1393 – 1418

Nieuwenhuis, M, Knight, C.P., Postmes, T., & Haslam, S.A. (2014). The relative benefits of green versus lean office space: Three field experiments. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied. Vol 20, 199-2.