We all need feedback on our performance and behaviour in order to identify our strengths and potential
development needs. Self-awareness is a powerful basis for effective leadership and management, but it is
something that many of us do not always have the time and opportunity to really develop, reflect upon and
respond to. In addition, it is sometimes difficult for us to give others open, specific and balanced feedback.
This may be because of a concern about being seen as critical or a lack of process, opportunity or time.
Chartered & Registered Occupational Psychologist, MA (Hons.) Psychology, MSc Organizational
Psychology, Dip. Business Performance Coaching, Accredited APECS Executive Coach, AFBPsS,
Legacy Fellow CDI & MIOD. He has 13 years executive education lecturing experience with Cranfield School of Management (FT Ranked
top 10 in the world for 3 years for Customised Executive Development 2015) and has designed and delivered
talent development programmes with RBS, Barclays Corporate, Mott MacDonald and the UN, etc. in addition
to teaching over 5,000 international MBAs. He has worked with global fortune 500 companies and has a
background in management consultancy to FTSE 100 companies.
Few of the companies he has worked with over the years:
Aon; Amaya Group; Apil; Ashridge School of Management; BAE Systems; BP Plc; Barclays
Corporate; Cambridge University; Chicago Booth Business School; Cranfield University School of
Management; Durham Business School; The Defence Academy; EMC Computer Systems; ERNE Group; Frank
Hirth Plc; Gazprom; Heineken; IE Business School; Judge (Cambridge) Business School; Lancaster
Management School; Law Society Group; Legal Complaints Service; London Business School; Manchester
Business School; Merrill Lynch; Mishcon de Reya; Mott MacDonald Plc; Nottingham Business School; Nova
SBE and CATOLICA-LISBON; Poker Stars; Rank Group; RBS; Saint Gobain; Sony; Sports England; Swisslog; TT
Electronics; The United Nations (WFP, IFAD & FAO); Warwick Business School; Wartsila; and Willis Caroon