Photo taken in about 1990.
Big lapels were in (obviously).

In my early twenties I won my large employer’s national development programme. It was a big deal and my ‘prize’ was a significant promotion to an operational leadership job. I was almost out of my depth, just about hanging-in there for a few years, coming home late at night, falling straight asleep still dressed in my suit and coat. I made plenty of mistakes!

But I felt absolutely, brilliantly alive.

I became fascinated by how people organise, prioritise and decide to work together on complex tasks. By what makes individuals and teams fulfilled and sustained.

Later, I became even more fascinated by those times when things aren’t easy, smooth or harmonious at work – and how we deal with that.

My coaching now is all about championing people who are facing a challenging situation at work. Or who have somehow become ‘difficult’ in the eyes of others and need some championing of their own.

Please read on below for my manifesto and the more formal bio stuff, or use the menu link above to contact me.