Chris Cooper aside we have a highly experienced, engaging and talented team. We also have a number of quality strategic partners and associates to enable us to scale up quickly for large projects.
John is an expert in employee engagement, culture change, bespoke customer service skills, and resolution of major operational issues. This is derived from over 34 years of operational and executive board-level experience in both the public and private sectors for organisations, including Prudential, Egg, Experian and Totemic as well as the Curve Theatre in Leicester. He has led global teams and studied employee engagement and retention techniques across different cultures. He regularly lectures and presents on the key competitive advantages that business leaders can gain by placing an employee-centric approach at the heart of business strategy. A former Branch Chairman of The Institute of Directors, he currently also works alongside show host Chris Cooper delivering employee engagement change programmes.
Neil is a former Royal Marine Commando and SAS Officer. He is a businessman with eight company start-ups to his name and he successfully sold a few of them to a FTSE 100 in 2011. He has also led expeditions on 7 Continents – by land, sea and air. Neil escorted Bear Grylls to the summit of Mt Everest, circumnavigated the UK on a jet ski and piloted a flying car across the Sahara Desert. He is a recipient of the Ness Award for “inspirational leadership” from the Royal Geographical Society and has worked with clients including BP, B&Q & Virgin Atlantic. Neil’s training style is engaging, energetic and challenging. Neil works with us to bring adventure to our business events.
Hazel or as Chris calls her ‘Hazel The Great’ provides all support for Chris’ radio show and book launches. Hazel deals with potential guests and researches them to ensure they can bring value to the show audience. Hazel also handles the marketing including social media for all shows. She also deals with Voice America who provide the show platform. If you are interested in being a show guest you can connect with Hazel at: [email protected]
Amy passionately delivers the message that you and your organization have a huge amount of potential that can be better accessed if you understand how to work with your brain optimally.
Leaving UCL medical school Amy works with organizations strengthening their strategy, culture and performance. She works globally sharing reliably simple applications of neuroscience that lead to game changing insights and results.
She is the author of ‘Make Your Brain Work’ & ‘Neuroscience for Coaches’ & ‘Engaged: The neuroscience behind creating productive people in successful organizations’.
Tracey Wright is a Chartered Marketer with a business degree and nearly 20 years’ experience in marketing, market research, communications and training.
Creative, but with a strong commercial focus, and an instinct for knowing what will work in practice, she has experience of developing and delivering marketing and communications strategies and market research, working in sectors ranging from engineering to health and safety. She’s created market-leading training courses that generated income in the double millions for global professional body IOSH, and has staged marketing and presentation masterclasses for more than 3,000 people.
She’s spoken at product launches, seminars, conferences and business breakfasts up and down the UK and internationally, to audiences at all levels, in a whole range of different sectors – including NHS Trusts.
Tracey has a deep desire to make a real difference to the people she works with, showing them how to engage and excel and, to see things in a new light. And because she’s passionate about what she does, every single training course and workshop she delivers – will be inspiring, interactive and fun.
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