Over the past decade, I’ve worked at many levels of entrepreneurial, leadership and management roles. As an avid learner, I finally found my life’s mission: to bring out the best in people through training and coaching.
Training in leadership and management skills is great fun and incredibly rewarding. I’ve discovered that by helping to improve one person I am able to positively influence the lives of many others.
“An institution is the lengthened shadow of one man” - Ralph Waldo Emerson
I believe leadership comes first, then management. A strong leader sets the vision, the organisation’s “why”, before enlisting the team into this vision. Having a collective understanding of why you do what you do helps to develop the right “how” which turns this vision into reality.
Leaders and managers serve different purposes. Our world needs both. In the words of management guru Peter Drucker, “Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things.”
I enjoy delivering complex projects. While others might focus on meeting the standards set before them, I’m consistently looking to outperform them, going way beyond expectations, creating a positive outcome for everyone involved.
I bring a wealth of knowledge and experience in exceeding demanding operational objectives. I've made a positive impact while coaching and developing world-class leaders across numerous business ventures, both corporate and entrepreneurial.
Building and maintaining key business relationships is one of my key skills. It lies at the heart of success as an Entrepreneurial Leader and Business and Leadership Coaching Specialist.
"An exceptionally useful day's training, delivered in a positive and personanable manner, very enjoyable and significant food for thought. Thank You."
"The anxiety is gone - now that I understand it. Not only can I make a presentation - I feel I have so much to give now. It's quite a transformation."
"Since attending the course, I feel like a completely different person; more confident, relaxed and easy going. I gave a speech at work last week and it went so so well."