He is also more than a little bit geeky about alignment - he believes that any organisation, team or individual has already got whatever they need to be successful - all they really need to do is line up in one direction and get out of their own way!
A great coach and an even better facilitator, Peter spends much of his time working as an Organisational Development manager in the corporate world focusing on strategy, change, leadership team development and coaching. That said, Peter also likes to keep things simple – that’s why he loves the messages contained in the Art of Being Brilliant and is passionate about getting these principles into kids as early as possible.
Peter is a qualified NLP master practitioner and a chartered member of the CIPD. He is also a chartered engineer, which might explain a weakness for leadership models and diagrams with interlocking circles that he tries to indulge when no-one is looking! Peter is an active member of the Christadelphian Church in Burton and is married to a wonderful woman who doubles as his personal navigation system. They have two wonderful boys.
He’s not a comedian but as his sense of embarrassment is dramatically underdeveloped he is generally good for a laugh. His current challenge is learning to sing Nessun Dorma without making up the words before his 40th birthday. Not long to go!