…helping you make the impossible, possible

I work with individuals, teams and across organisations or communities to help you deliver impossible results. Over the last 25 years this has included working with large corporations, entrepreneurs, sports professionals and charities, as well as large-scale projects such as the 2012 Olympics. I am a Non-Executive Director of EMMY and BAFTA-winning visual effects company Jellyfish Pictures, and a writer and speaker on issues ranging from leadership, to flexible thinking and the dynamics of conversation. My first book was 'Blamestorming: Why Conversations Go Wrong and How to Fix Them', and 'Workstorming' will be published this year. Do also visit www.conversationexpert.com

Clients

Work has included the following:

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"Rob Kendall is the best listener I've ever worked with. He coaches people and teams to fulfil their goals not by preaching or dictating but by allowing them to unlock their own doors to greater performance."

David Fulton
Captain
Kent County Cricket Team

2014

December 1, 2014
To coincide with the publication of Blamestorming, I have launched a new site at conversationexpert.com The new site aims to provide support for parents,... Read More »

November 10, 2014
The following blog was published on Psychology Today's website on 9 November. 
In the late 1960’s, a series of catastrophic plane crashes occurred without any... Read More »

November 1, 2014
This article by Anna Davies, based on an interview with Rob, appeared on Shape.com on 23 September 2014: Why Conversations Go Wrong and How to... Read More »

November 1, 2014
  This review of Blamestorming was published by Pierre DeBois on Small Business Trends on 21 September 2014: I’ve seen a ton of books on how... Read More »

October 17, 2014
Blamestorming reached No 1 in the Top 100 'Movers & Shakers' list on Amazon in the UK on 17 September 2014. On the bestsellers list,... Read More »

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