Steve is the founder and owner of two different learning and development, career management and coaching companies. He is a professional speaker, facilitator, mentor and coach with twenty-six years’ experience in the private, cultural and social sectors.
His work typically includes the design and delivery of individual, team and leadership development programmes, behavioural profiling, communication skills workshops and career management workshops.
Steve has a proven track record of designing and delivering highly effective and creative learning and development workshops for clients in all of the main industry sectors and from leading organisations in the UK, Europe, the Middle East and the United States, and he is a visiting speaker at King’s College London and the SAID Business School in Oxford. His clients include individuals and/or teams from a wide range of organisations including Age UK, the BBC, the Metropolitan Police Service and the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship.
He graduated with an MBA from Henley Management College in 2001 and is a qualified MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) Practitioner. He qualified as a 'Certified Performance Coach' at The School of Coaching in 2004 and, since then, he has coached more than 475 managerial and non-managerial employees from all of the main industry sectors. He is recognised as an 'Approved Performance Coach' for a variety of different organisations.
Steve has been an adviser to, and a member of, a number of leadership working parties for various UK Government departments including the Department for Work and Pensions and the Department of Culture Media and Sport. He has also worked with some of the UK's leading business schools including Ashridge and AIBS and he was recently approached by CASS Business School to work on their Executive Development Programmes.
Steve has been a fundraising advisor to a number of different organisations in the Cultural and Social sectors and he sits on a fundraising task force for the international children's charity, War Child.