I describe myself as a transformational, client centred and solution focused coach.  I have a track record of helping my clients make long lasting changes.  My approach has often been described as fresh  and you can expect a  combination of humour, candour and a wealth of strategic, traditional and psychodynamic tools.  I start with your outcomes and a belief that you will get them.

As a designer of facilitation / training  I bring a methodical and pragmatic approach.   In my world the training has to be fit for purpose and enjoyable otherwise it just don't stick.  I'm also deliver some pretty cool train the trainer training.

As a Marketeer, I've written, commissioned, facilitated delivered at strategic and operational levels.  My work has been instrumental in winning multi-million pound contracts as well as delivering sales.

Hello and welcome to my website.

I've been running my own training consultancy business since 2003. This follows fifteen years in marketing in the leisure and arts sectors.  I've been lucky enough to have had  a wealth of experience of working with clients from small / medium businesses large private, public and charity sector organisations (see testimonials).

I've facilitated many organisations and teams to develop their strategic ways forward including situational analysis, establishing visioning and values and developing tactical actions plans to achieve their business/organisational outcomes - and I've also celebrated with them when they have achieved their goals.


My experience in brief

15 years as a marketeer in leisure and creative sectors

15 years coaching / consultancy / business development / training public, private and third sector

(including the last three years revisiting my marketing roots in learning social media)

How I can help

1-1 Coaching for:

 Leadership

Self Leadership

Business 

Team facilitation for:

Strategy development, 

Communication

Effective working

Consultancy for:

Strategy development (specialising in Marketing)

Business development

Social media