People say my energy and enthusiasm filter through to everybody I meet, regardless of whether they are a CEO or graduate. I’m told I am an exceptional character to work with.
I really like to help people. I have a long history of making an impact on people’s lives.
I have helped lots of companies grow, including: Herbalife, Nando’s, Malmaision Hotels, De Vere, Aviva, Benefit Cosmetics, UBS, HSBC, Financial Software, Schroders, United Business Media and many more.
As well as working with TV shows including Supernanny, Mock the Week & Rising Star.
I have also:
I am currently working on my second book “The Sex of Sales” which will be published in Q3 2016.
I am a motivated and knowledgeable facilitator, consultant and trainer.
I feel privileged to be able to focus on the one aspect of my work from which I get most pleasure – working with people to help them realise their potential.
I have had the privilege to encounter and help many people. It is really satisfying when they then go on to be successful.
In the past I set up successful businesses, created the marketing strategy for many blue chips and successful start ups. I have now turned my focus exclusively to developing people.
My other passions are: my amazing children, Arsenal Football Club, London, gadgets and the digital world. You should also know that I hate milk and am worried about the effects of AI Robots on our civilisation.
Why am I doing this?
I needed a change in my life. I asked the ten people closest to me what I’m good at. They all said the same thing. ‘you’re amazing at helping people to reach their potential’. So here I am.
A word of warning.
I am not a life coach. I will not help you achieve a better work life balance.
You will want to work harder after spending some time with me.
You will be more effective and enjoy your work. Now that is where it starts getting interesting and the happiness equation will kick in. You will be on the way to realising your potential.
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