Personal Performance

 

  • Training - Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (R.A.D.A.)

  • Actor – Royal National Theatre, Bristol Old Vic, Sheffield, Liverpool, Edinburgh.

  • Abroad –    Ireland, France, Spain, Portugal, Holland, Norway, Japan, South Africa inc. tv/ads/films

 

Corporate Work

  • Team Activate – using  physical metaphors to address specific aspects of communicating better

  • The Challenge of Excellence (L&D  ) –  working with young entrepreneurs of the future

  • Rothwell Douglas Ltd (L&D)  – as an associate/coach for their Senior Executive clients

  • Mutual Minds (Paddy Bergin) – worked in partnership  with an Advance NLP Practitioner

  • NHS – provided support and mentoring to senior executives in 3 hospitals

 

Also

 

  • A Finance Director aspire and succeed to a Chief Executive appointment

  • Designed & Facilitated workshop for Special Needs group

  • An Italian Vet speaking in English supported by PowerPoint

  • A Nigerian solicitor wanting more "vocal presence" in the courtroom

  • A psychiatrist succeed in presenting a “funny” best man speech

  • A celebrity chef improving his on screen presentations

  • Dozens of directors and managers wanting to give themselves more authority in and out of the boardroom

 

More info:

  • Equity Registered Fight Director

  • Senior visiting lecturer at the University of Wales + numerous other education establishments

  • Black Belt Aikido (Japanese martial art)

One to One

ESTABLISHING REALISTIC PERFORMANCE AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES.

 

Many executives are expected to be of high standard in different fields – as a team leader, a team player, a financial wizard, a careful planner, a subtle mediator, a shrewd negotiator, a relaxed delegator.

Public Speaking

YOU NEVER GET A SECOND CHANCE TO MAKE A FIRST IMPRESSION

You never get a chance to make a first impression can be seen as a daunting task and enough to make anyone nervous. But some simple well rehearsed techniques can quickly dispel all those fears; you just need to know them.

Group Training

GROUP TRAINING IS A GREAT WAY TO LEARN.

 

Working together we can learn from each other as we move towards our shared future goals. It is also a way individuals can improve without always being the centre of attention. Quiet improvement I call it.