I am a researcher, writer, educator and facilitator. I’m currently researching the recent history and politics of the British Conservative Party. In my background I have coached members of the Senior Civil Service and senior managers in British and European business and have facilitated a wide range of learning and development programmes.
I have taught politics and history at leading English public schools and was for 10 years the Director of the History and Politics faculty and latterly also the Director of School Examinations. I have a BA Honours degree (2:1) in Modern History and a PGCE, both from Oxford University.
I also studied Gestalt Therapy at the Metanoia Institute in London. Thus I bring to my work a knowledge of History and Politics, a skill in detailed research, a strength in designing and facilitating learning experiences, and an ability to listen to and observe people in their personal, social and organizational contexts, and work with awareness to support insight, understanding, growth and change.
Mindfulness and meditation