…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:

Quote, unquote

"Rob Kendall was introduced to Premier Farnell through a programme of work on culture change and breakthrough performance. In 1:1 coaching, working with small project teams and indeed working with a group of over 100 senior leaders, Rob has proven to add real value and have impact without bringing the attention on himself. We increasingly use the tools he has introduced throughout the business."

Matt Toogood
COO
Premier Farnell

Thinking aloud

June 26, 2014
While climbing the ladder of success, it's easy to ignore the uncomfortable idea that we might be climbing the wrong ladder. Take this example:... Read More »

January 2, 2014

‘He knows nothing and thinks he knows everything. That points clearly to a political career.’ So said George Bernard Shaw, and... Read More »

November 3, 2013
I read an article recently claiming that great leaders never spend the first hour of their working day reading their emails. The... Read More »

July 27, 2013
A study of 400 companies by employee assessment firm Cognisco estimated that misunderstandings between workers and managers cost firms $37bn a year.... Read More »

May 19, 2013
What characterises great leaders? TE Lawrence seemed to hit the spot when he referred to them as 'dreamers of the day'. How so? Without exception,... Read More »

« old entrys
Publications

For further information on Blamestorming, click here

Categories