Chris has been an independent consultant working in leadership and management development for the past 26 years, following a managerial career in the public sector. His current work involves both the design and delivery of organisational leadership and management development interventions with corporate and public sector clients. He works both independently and through two of the UK’s top business schools, in addition to his work with NHS Trusts in the South of England.

This work is wide-ranging, from experiential residential programmes to challenging group process work, input on Masters courses, corporate leadership events, team development and consultancy interventions. He also regularly works one-to-one with clients in a coaching capacity or in action learning groups, including using 360, MBTI and other leadership development feedback processes.

Chris holds a Doctorate, his thesis being ‘Researching social communication process in Organisations from the International Management Centres’, and he has a Masters degree in Management Learning from Lancaster University. He has co-authored “Interpreting Management - Exploring Challenge and Complexity” - published July 1996, aimed at MBA/DMS students.

What clients say about Chris:

  • “Enjoys working with the complex and the uncertain”
  • “Very aware of the real challenges of change for managers and leaders”
  • “Understands and practises support for multiple perspectives”
  • “Is excited by new ideas and creative approaches”