Advising higher education on strategic planning,
brand development and competitive positioning

Coaching & mentoring future leaders
in higher education

Putting knowledge into practice

Providing Solutions

Rosemary Stamp is director of Stamp Consulting. She is renowned for her insight and depth of knowledge within specialist markets and is sought-after for the pragmatism and clarity of her recommendations and solutions.

Rosemary Stamp


Rosemary Stamp is renowned for her insight and depth of knowledge within specialist markets and is sought after for the pragmatism and clarity of her recommendations and solutions.

Rosemary Stamp advises higher education, public and private sector organisations throughout Europe on strategic planning, brand competitiveness and positioning, stakeholder engagement, policy response and strategic marketing.

She has led more than fifteen competitive positioning and brand development strategies within higher education and related sectors and has now worked with over 100 education organisations.

Rosemary works with senior management teams, helping them to address critical issues and prepare for market change. She is a specialist advisor to the Executive Boards of several higher education institutions.


Branding & Positioning

Knowing what people think about your organisation and their response to it is central to developing your brand, your market positioning and managing your reputation.

Planning & Support

Our comprehensive marketing reviews will enable you to assess the cost-effectiveness and return on investment of your marketing activity.

Enhancing Skills & Talent

Effective skills development is critical to every organisation’s success and competitiveness. Our one-to-one mentoring and coaching support delivers a real advantage.

Decision Making & Implementation

Reaching corporate-level decisions, developing strategies, adjusting management style, changing policies & implementing plans can be difficult.

Contributor: The International Programme
in HE Management

Programme Director:
The Top Management Programme

Visiting Professor
& Advisory Board Member

Aurora HE Women’s Leadership Programme:
Director: Power and Politics

Contributor: UCL Institute of Education's
MBA in Higher Education Management.

Coaching & Mentoring


“It is rare to work with an individual that has such a generous approach to coaching and such a wide view of the sector and the challenges facing top teams in UK universities.  The coaching experience was a very rich encounter, with great insight into the particular circumstances of an individual’s style and approach and the wider geo-political context of the working environment. Parallels and examples from different institutional settings, theoretical and practical models, as well as a great sense of humour, made the coaching experience valuable and enjoyable.  Rosemary’s input has brought real focus to the development of my own style of leadership and great confidence, too.”

Professor Roni Brown Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic Development, University for the Creative Arts

“A successful mentor needs a diverse range of talents. They must have the expertise to provide advice that is relevant, they must have the standing and credibility to ensure that their input is of value and, perhaps most importantly, they must tailor their guidance so that it is uniquely pertinent to the person being mentored. Rosemary Stamp brings all these attributes to her activities, doing so in a caring and inspirational way that ensures the needs of the individual are paramount. Starting off as a slight sceptic, I was rapidly converted to a firm believer in the value of mentorship by Rosemary’s insightful guidance, which I recommend most highly.”

Professor Robin LeatherbarrowPVC Scholarship, Research and Knowledge Transfer, Liverpool John Moores University

“Rosemary Stamp made a significant difference to me at an important time of transition between institutions, equipping me with tools to deal with strategic challenges and techniques to provide encouragement.  Rosemary has an encyclopedic knowledge of the higher education sector and a way of working, and sense of humour, that allow for open exchanges at even the most senior levels.”

Professor Rebecca J LingwoodVice-Principal (Student Experience, Teaching & Learning), Queen Mary University of London

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