- Fellow, Society of Leadership Fellows, St. George’s College, Windsor Castle
- Co-Chair, Centre for Diversity and Inclusion, Leading Now
- Past affiliations: University of Bristol Business School; PwC Academies in Central Europe and the Balkans
Short professional biography:
Tim has over forty years’ experience as a professional Facilitator and Coach, specializing in leadership and team development. Currently, Tim is a Programme Director with Corporate Learning Solutions, heading up the UNICEF global Management Masterclass Programme. Tim enjoys de-mystifying things. As a writer and speaker, this involves taking theories and models and making them accessible to people wrestling with the day-to-day challenges of leading, inspiring and enabling others. He has brought this passion to his work in leadership development, where jargon, impenetrable nonsense and hyperbole have long been entrenched.
In addition to his recent 6 years with UNICEF, Tim has worked with a diverse range of global clients including The Economist, Salesforce, Leading Women, The Royal Navy and the Admiralty, the UN, Korn Ferry, AT Kearney, PwC Academies in Central Europe and the Balkans, the European Court of Human Rights, TripAdvisor, Takeda, Banque Saudi Franci, Deloittes, Citibank, Allianz Global Investments, GSK, Vanguard, The Indian Civil Service and the Council of Europe
As a learning designer and facilitator, Tim is committed to a style of working that has engagement and relevance at its heart.
He has worked in multi-cultural environments around the world and has been active in working with company leaders in Europe and the US to tackle the mindsets and barriers that women experience as they seek leadership roles.
- Leadership Development
- Inclusive Leadership
- Leading Teams in a volatile world
- Gender dynamics in teams
Publications & Research:
- Tim has written several dozen books, blogs and articles on leadership and management. His latest book, ‘My Journeys Around Management’ is available on Kindle and as a paperback.
- Screenwriter for ‘Hell’s Pavement’ a feature film that addresses the failings of leadership in UK social care system (despite the very best of intentions). He wrote the filmscript in 2009. It won ‘Best Film’ at the Beloit International Film Festival in 2010.