Graham is a Behavioural Change Consultant who enables change through consulting, coaching, speaking and the facilitation of engaging team development initiatives.
He has worked with Senior Management through to Graduates across a wide-range of industries to introduce, develop and nurture the skills and attitudes to manage the highs and lows the world can throw at you.
His aim is to enable people to realise their full potential; individually, together within teams or systemically throughout organisations.
Graham’s approach when Coaching is tailored to each individual situation, listening before exploring solutions that brings a motivated approach to move forwards. Whether an individual client is a high-performer or is someone looking to re-engage with his or her passion for their role, Graham elicits and encourages fresh thinking to help the individual with the support each person feels they need.
From a Team Development perspective, Graham’s areas of focus include: Enabling Multi-Generational teams to collaborate more effectively, successfully evolving into Leadership and People Management, Developing Coaching capabilities across the Organisation and Enabling systemic behavioural change within the organisation.
Each programme is built upon strong foundations of theory and experience but designed around the needs of each client, with the change initiatives delivered through an appropriate blend of group and 1:1 interactions involving all stakeholders.
His big motivator is a hunger to learn about what makes people tick, why they make the decisions they make and crucially how peoples’ motivation can be ignited to achieve what they aspire to be. He believes anything is possible, you just have to find the way to make it happen.
Graham’s background is in the Pharmaceutical Industry spanning various Operational, Leadership and Strategic roles including Learning & Development roles. He holds an MSc in Coaching and Behavioural Change from Henley Business School, is an accredited MBTI practitioner and is a member of the Henley Centre for Coaching and Behavioural Change.
In his spare time Graham can be found either enjoying life with his wife, Lisa and son, Thomas, working on his golf game or exercising in preparation for an endurance adventure somewhere.