Steve has been working with senior managers in the field for over twenty years and is well regarded by his clients. His client list includes Red Cross, Heineken, Capita, Impress International, Mindshare and Storm Communication. He has put his wealth of experience into a book titled "the Sticking Point", which analyses how we, through the language we use, can either motivate or destroy people’s confidence. The book’s fundamental message is that every word we use has an impact on others, either good or bad.
Steve is a highly respected trainer, coach, author, actor and speaker. His experience in television and TV production combined with a strong understanding of corporate business makes him unique in the world of personal coaching. As a professional actor and presenter, Steve uses his knowledge to develop presentation skills, gravitas and the aura of leadership in all types of people. Steve coaches people to a new level of competence and comfort in their presentation and communication skills, which in turn has shown to have a positive effect on their professional development.
Steve brings a highly professional approach to his work ensuring that all clients come away from his work improved and with more effective leadership skills. He is widely remembered for his tools and techniques which bring about immediate and beneficial results to leaders in the workplace. Steve is comfortable working with large groups of over a hundred, but prefers more intimate training, which he feels is more beneficial for the client. He is particularly effective at offering one-to-one coaching to senior leaders.
– Master Practitioner level - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Neuro-Linguistic Programming and hypnotherapy.
“Presenting isn’t about making speeches or working through a deck of PowerPoint slides. In fact, whether or not we recognise it, we are all full-time, professional presenters. Every action and every word conveys a message. To know and understand this is the first and biggest step to becoming a good communicator, a strong leader and a valuable team member. All too often people focus on public speaking, forgetting, or maybe never realising, that all the world is a stage.”