Neil came to coaching from a successful career in line management. He has a track record of delivering valued and sustainable results in many diverse settings, including his roles as a Director of Prudential’s Corporate Pensions Business and Chief People Officer of Egg plc.
He has significant experience of leading change within large complex organisations and environments and the insights from this work have been a key influence on the development of his coaching style.
Neil works with people who are looking to be in action that really counts for them personally.
He believes that through coaching people can achieve and maintain a focus on action that makes a difference in service of an outcome they really want. As part of his coaching approach he seeks to help clients develop the skills and insights to self-coach in order to stay in purposeful action without the need for external coaching interventions.
Neil’s approach works across all levels of an organisation though he has predominantly worked with senior executives up to and including Chief Executives. He has a broad experience of working across a wide variety of organisational settings including public, private and third sector organisations as well as private individual clients.
Neil’s academic background is in Mathematics, to post graduate level, and a MBA focusing on Strategic Management. He holds a Certificate of Professional Development in Executive Coaching and a Masters degree in Professional Coaching through i-coach academy from Middlesex University, UK.
Neil coaches as part of a portfolio life, in which he also is an organisational development consultant and also volunteers in his local community.