Until the early 1990's, I held academic posts in psychology departments at Birkbeck College and the University of Sussex. This involved teaching and researching on the subjects of organization design and change. My PhD research concerned the ways in which multi-national leadership groups develop efficient and effective ways of collaborating. I've published in this field and maintain a strong interest in issues concerning International integration issues in business. I have trained in Gestalt psychotherapy as well as psychoanalysis in order to work effectively with the deeper roots of change and development.
In the last year alone, I have worked in Australia, Singapore, New York, Europe and India. The sectors I have worked with include Investment Bank, Film & Television as well as the Aviation industry. I have a particular passion for working with executive teams to develop their ability to work as high performing teams that enable the achievement of business goals and support each person contributing to their best ability.
Clients tell me they value my candour, out-the-box thinking, compassion and direct approach. I provide a high level of support and challenge as well as, a deep understanding of the processes of change, motivation and commitment. Clients often speak best about what I do, so please do take a look at the 'testimonial' section of this site.
One of my greatest passions is India, its land, forests and people. I am a Trustee of the India Environment Trust and an advisory member of the Conservation Action Trust in Mumbai.