Graham is a Fellow of Oxford Leadership.
He is a senior course leader and an expert facilitator who has over 25 years of diverse experience in the field of executive learning and leadership development. Graham is also a qualified Executive Coach specialising in leadership and team development. Based in the UK Graham works in English.
Graham has been at the forefront of Oxford Leadership’s open Self Managing Leadership® programmes across Europe and in the UK for over a decade. His most recent activities include the delivery of leadership and team development programmes to Oxford Leadership’s clients BASF, Akzo Nobel, Metro, SEB Bank, Roxtec and Telefónica O2, Teito, Lufthansa, Ferrovial, Novartis, Vedior, Pepsico and more recently, Damen Shipyards Group. He is also involved in delivering Senior Leadership Programmes at the Nyenrode Business University in the Netherlands and major cultural change programmes across NGO’s, including the British Red Cross and Oxfam.
Graham is a certified Master Practitioner in Neuro-Linguistic Programming, holds a Diploma in Business Coaching, has an advanced certificate in Executive Coaching, and also holds an Advanced CIPD Certificate in Psychology for Trainers. He also holds a post-graduate diploma in Leadership and Change, awarded by the University of Exeter Business School, where he is currently studying for a Masters Degree.
BASF, Akzo Nobel, Metro, SEB Bank, Roxtec, Telefonica O2, Marks & Spencer, Prudential, Npower, EDF Energy, Nokia, BSI Swiss Bank, Asquith Court Schools, Hasbro, Centrica, Sara Lee, Nisa Today’s, Cunningham Lindsay, Carlsberg Tetley, Whitbread Leisure, Sara Lee, Pfizer, Vedior, Turner and Townsend, Novartis, Oxfam, British Red Cross, Towers Watson, PepsiCo, Damen Shipyards Galati.