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Executive Coach & Consultant


Tom is a qualified Executive Coach with many years of international experience enabling transformation at the individual, teams and organisational level. He has lived and worked in Asia, the Middle East and Europe. He has lead a diverse range of assignments, from executives looking to enhance their impact and expand their leadership capability to enabling large cohorts of high potential leaders transition into new roles.

Tom’s passion in helping people learn and change stems from a fascination with the natural world. Graduating from Oxford with a degree in Biological Sciences, he supplemented his working career with further qualifications in Environmental Sciences, Adult Education & Development. In his time as an Army Officer, he established programmes for assessing and developing leaders, and instigated professional training for instructors and coaches. He has lead a growing leadership performance consultancy focussed on the personal impact of executive leaders. His work in human and organisational development has ranged from the rainforests of Borneo, the deserts of the UAE, and urban jungles of Europe, Asia, and North America.

His diverse experiences and natural curiosity helps him him generate a deep understanding of his client needs, challenges and possibilities and to co-create interventions and programmes to bring about sustained progress. Key themes include expanding self awareness, strengthening personal impact and enhancing dialogue between people. Tom has coached teams and individuals up to C-suite level with banks, financial services, professional services and retail organisations. His clients include AXA, Ralpen, Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds Bank, RBS, SCB, UK Sport, UAE Government, Sidley Austin, GSK, SITA (AERO), Common Purpose and Best Beginnings and.

An accredited coach with the ICF Tom is qualified in the use of several psychometric instruments including Hogan, Strengths Deployment Inventory and Myers Briggs. He is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.



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