Nathan has been delivering transformational development for leaders and teams since 2014. His clients have included Daimler AG, BAE Systems, Microsoft and The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation where he worked with global scientific teams.
He is also a regular presenter at the Oxford Said Business School, which is ranked best in the UK and 2nd in the world for Executive Education by the Financial Times.
Prior to 2014, he worked in a variety of sectors before co-founding a not for profit organisation doing deep personal transformation work with prisoners. Doing this work gave Nathan a deep understanding of many aspects of the human condition and an ability to work sensitively with complex personal and interpersonal issues. He was then recruited by a leadership development consultancy looking for his skill set.
He first encountered adult development theory in 2010 and since then has been actively using many of the models and principles used in the Novartis ULE programme. He deepened his knowledge and practice with post graduate study in this area and works on programmes that overtly and covertly develop leaders using this frame.
He is used to working with leaders in highly technical environments and has developed a specific approach to working with the cognitively brilliant who are now in positions of senior leadership and find themselves wanting to develop their impact. He has also developed a sophisticated approach to team building and particularly team maintenance, which he believes is often neglected as an area of focus within organisations.