Master level delivery.
Human level communication.
No matter where my work takes me or who I connect with, authenticity is at the heart of my practice as an instigator of change.
I’m a firm believer in human potential and taking personal responsibility for our lives and career so these remain as a backdrop to my approach.
I also understand the importance of meeting people where they are at and helping them get to where they want to be, and this informs my way of working and enables me to support, challenge and effectively help my clients gain insights.
My experiences as a young man growing up in the inner city of London set me on a path to the work I do now.
You might say they gave me emotional capital.
While many of those experiences were difficult to live through, they instilled in me an understanding that allows me to reach the people I meet on an (emotional) spiritual/ deep level. This is as true in my work with young men in prisons as it is with my work with senior leaders in the boardroom.
Working internationally and in a wide variety of settings throughout the United Kingdom has strengthened my ability to communicate across cultural barriers. My experience in 20+ industries which range from the military, transport, and public service e.g. police, to logistics, fintech and pharmaceuticals has facilitated my ability to unite people around commonly held values and principles.
Faith In People
My faith, my family and my belief in fun and positivity underpin everything I do, making energy, hope and purpose part of my offering.
I've been fortunate to work with – and be inspired by – some incredible people in my life, and thanks to them my belief in the power of people never wavers.
I also believe people learn best when they are having fun, and I know that if the people I work with aren't laughing and smiling somewhere along the way, I need to work harder!
Director and Co-Founder
Jeffrey was an excellent session leader for the Pitch-it mentors. He developed tailored session material on working with young people and an introduction to coaching. His tone with the group was excellently judged; making them laugh a lot which was particularly useful for sessions that took place in the evening, after work and great for building a sense of group which is exactly what I wanted.
As well as keeping the tone light though, Jeffrey maintained a high level of authority and presence in the room. His experience working with young people who are struggling was invaluable. Quite often, it’s easy to over-complicate the relationship and as a result lose sight of why the mentors want to be involved in the first place. Jeffrey reminded us that the most important thing, is to care.