Neil Twogood

Business experience
Neil has worked at board level in UK, Asia and Europe for various subsidiaries being PA to one of the PLC board directors. He has been a key note speaker at: ICAEW SME 2009 and 2010 Conference, British Institute of Learning & Development June 2010, Conflict at Work Conference 2009 (Belfast). Neil’s interest in people and coaching to improve performance stems from his early work in the 1970’s as a tennis coach using ‘inner game’ principles and then learning how to motivate and lead people to grow new businesses. He is a qualified chartered accountant.

Professional qualification
Chartered accountant – member of the ICAEW. MSc (Dipl) in Coaching & organisational development with the University of Portsmouth Business School. BA (Hons) Economics graduate of Exeter University; BPS Level A & B qualified (accredited in various psychometric instruments including the OPI and the BarOn EQi (emotional intelligence)).

Training professional
Neil has designed and delivered the following leadership programmes: Emotionally intelligent leadership, Strategic thinking into action, Maximise your potential, Leading teams, Leading change, Performing under pressure. He coaches and mentors small, entrepreneurial companies to grow, to protect and realise value. He designs and runs workshops and seminars for the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England & Wales (ICAEW). Workshops & seminars done to date include: Emotionally intelligent leadership, Leading teams in times of stress, Leading high performance teams, Motivational skills and Leading firms out of the recession into growth.

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