Graham is passionate about the human element in business and is dedicated to helping top management realise their personal and corporate goals in making a difference for themselves and others. He has been working with top teams on their development as high performing units as well as coaching senior executives for more than fifteen years, across industries including financial services, telecommunications, aviation, building & construction, manufacturing, utilities, government, NGO and FMCG, etc.
Graham’s corporate career included managing director, board member and senior executive positions in advertising and marketing. He worked for three of the world’s top advertising agencies, and serviced the world’s leading brands and services, transferring through 3 countries and commuting to the world’s major cities. Graham’s executive presence allows him to interact with very senior clients as their coach, mentor and facilitator. He is known for his challenging style as well as his enormous empathy.
Graham is committed to working in areas that effectively provide Change Management and Workplace Transformation, Management & Leadership Training, Executive Development, Board Facilitation, Team Facilitation & Conflict Resolution. As the world faces ever more complex issues, the level of consciousness and ability to manage constructive dialogue becomes more crucial. Graham is engaged in the theory and practice of powerful conversation at the level of more than just talk.
Graham is a Master Practitioner in Neuro Linguistic Programming, an accredited International Neuro-semantic Trainer and MCMC (Master Certified Meta Coach), a qualified Train the Trainer, a graduate High Performance Coach and a contributing author with L. Michael Hall of the book, ‘Executive Coaching; Facilitating Excellence in the C-Suite’. Graham is qualified in the practices of Frameworks for Change, Hogan Personality Inventory, Australian Values Inventory, Human Synergistics LSI, OCI/OEI, GI & LI, Team Management Systems TMP, Crucial Conversations & Active Learning ‘Play of Life’.
Graham dedicates his life to learning how to learn for himself and others, and is actively engaged in his own professional development to this end.