Is the Associate Dean and Professor of Practice in Leadership at Ashridge Hult International Business School. He teaches and write about management development in what are the most challenging of times. His areas of interest are transformational leadership, Emotional Intelligence at work, authenticity in leadership, and the role of integrity in ethical decision-making. His approach is behavioural, with the key being self-exploration to discover sustainable professional approaches which are ethical, credible, and successful. In a post-pandemic world, he truly believe that leaders across industry, politics, and the public sector will need these aptitudes and attitudes more than ever before.
He teaches across a number of programs at Ashridge/Hult, including Degree Apprenticeship suite, where he is Academic Director, and on Post Graduate and Undergraduate programs at Hult, both in London and from time to time on their campus locations in Dubai, Shanghai, Boston, San Francisco, and New York. Over the years, he has taught all over the world, including in India, Africa, China, America, the Middle East, Australia, the Far East, and many countries across Europe.
Until recently, he has had twelve years in top-level advertising – six as Board Director with DMB&B – and have recently clocked up twenty-five years in management development. He was a Principal Consultant in a management development consultancy before he spent six years at Cranfield University School of Management working on a wide range of white-collar management development interventions for UK, European and global clients, including Shell, Henkel and Bertelsmann.