…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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"I’d like to thank you for your personal support for myself, my team and the Post Office. We touch so many communities and customers across the UK and your efforts have helped us to remain relevant and vibrant during challenging times."

Gary Hockey-Morley
Marketing Director
The Post Office

What I do

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I have worked as a professional coach since 1993, supporting leaders, managers and staff in over 60 organisations in many different countries. My job is to support you in delivering on your commitments, without losing yourself in the process.

Areas of focus include:

    • Helping you invent a bold future and strategy for your team or organisation that people are passionate about delivering
    • Developing strong and resilient leadership teams
    • Turning around relationships and projects that are failing
    • Designing bespoke programmes that equip your people to lead and manage in an environment of continual reinvention
    • Individual support for leaders faced with challenging commitments
    • Creating leadership meetings (often globally) that mobilise the commitment of your leaders
    • Working alongside teams who are delivering critical projects that will define your future success
Publications

For further information on Blamestorming, click here

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