…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. I write a blog for Psychology Today and my books are 'Blamestorming' (2014) and 'Workstorming' (2016). Do also visit www.conversationexpert.com


Work has included the following:

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"Rob's contribution has been invaluable in assisting our leaders to operate in a manner which enables ambitious business growth.  Rob has a distinctive style and has the ability to unravel even the most complex of scenarios with his understated but insightful techniques.  He is a real professional and knows how to draw the best out of people so that their potential as future leaders is unlocked.  I highly recommend Rob – he is inspirational and every business or individual would benefit from his expertise and guidance."

Jennifer O’Brien
Group Head of Human Resources, Liquid Capital Group
Liquid Capital


The first 5 years of my career were spent as a professional artist. Untrained other than studying at school, I speculatively sent a painting to the ART Group in Camden which was chosen from 3.000 entries to be one of 17 images sold in every IKEA store worldwide in 1988. A second image was published and sold globally for IKEA in 1992. During this period I also illustrated Christmas cards, children’s books and non-fiction adult books, and exhibited paintings in galleries.

While my career as an artist is long gone, I aim to bring a highly creative and innovative angle to any work that I’m doing, frequently introducing actors, artists and creative media as a way of engaging people and bringing complex subjects to life.


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