What they say....

I have know Neil for a number of years. He first came to my attention as someone who was saying extremely sound and sensible things about instructional design; I liked that very much. Since then I have come to regard Neil as a true L&D champion, someone who is prepared to upset the apple-cart by saying things that challenge many people, and who can be rightly regarded as a positive deviant.”
I first met Neil at the eLearning Guild's conference, DevLearn, in 2009. I was immediately struck by his wit and insight during a working lunch where we had the opportunity to get to know each other. With dozens of conversations that have followed since that lunch over the last years, I've come to know Neil very well. He's a very strong consultant in organizational leadership & development and a fantastic trainer, both as a facilitator of instruction and a designer of the experience. Neil lacks not for confidence, wit nor boldness... I trust Neil very much. I'm proud to be considered a friend of his and for any number of consulting needs that motivate people to perform at peak levels, I cannot endorse him more strongly.”

Neil's expertise in learning and development, and especially his innovative e-learning solutions and best practice in content authoring, have given my team at BUPA a great grounding into developing our own content in-house. His high-energy, hands-on training courses are both effective and fun. I will definitely engage Neil again when the opportunity arises.”

The company I work for runs events and publications in the field of training and development. I have known Neil for a number of years now through that involvement and he is always one of the first people I consult with when considering new developments of our products..”

What can I deliver for you?

The biggest event of 2012.....
Training and delivering London 2012

I have received outstanding feedback from the London Selection Event Team that worked with you – about your passion, enthusiasm, and flexibility.

Lord Sebastian Coe
Chairman LOCOG

It feels very strange that the Olympic Games are over and to be saying goodbye but please know that you played a key part in making the Games such a success.

Debbie Jevans, Director of Sport
LOCOG London 2012

...you did the country, sport and yourself proud it was an absolute pleasure to work with you.

Peter Hart London 2012,
Head of Modern Pentathlon