Tony is a professional coach with a particular interest in emotional intelligence.
He's also the only person in history to have played rugby 27 times for England, toured twice with the British Lions and captained an A380 aircraft.
That means he can share with you what he's learned about leadership from the world's best trainers and coaches - and a handful of the worst And you can copy the belief system that's given him the resilience to survive the highest of the highs and bounce back from the lowest of lows.
By using the coping strategies and belief system that have sustained Tony through his astonishing life, he will work with you to shape a leadership development philosophy that gets you and your organisation thinking, feeling and doing things differently.
Tony is accredited by the European Mentoring and Coaching Council and is an EQ-i 2.0 Emotional Intelligence for Leadership Practitioner.
Before becoming a communication advisor and coach, Paul was an investigative journalist working across the UK, Australia and Dubai.
As a news reporter his coverage of notorious crime sprees such that of serial killer Peter Sutcliffe won him numerous accolades and allowed him to work closely with behavioural and forensic teams as they toiled to unravel the complexities of psychologically driven crimes.
He has spent the past 20 years using his communication skills to help major corporations and senior leadership teams build sustainable world-class personal and professional brands and grow sales. A handful of the projects he's tackled for major organisations include:
But there was a price to pay for a hectic run on the corporate hamster wheel across three continents.
Though a fitness fanatic, everything changed for Paul when he worked himself to death two years ago.
Since dying at the end of a squash match - and then staying dead for 22 minutes, his miraculous rate of recovery has defied science and beaten all the odds. The colossal physical, mental and emotional journey back has given him a fascinating outlook and earned him a frequent slot as a resilience coach, correspondent and commentator.
Dave became a sought-after leadership coach after a career as a fast jet fighter pilot in the elite Tornado F3 and F-15E Strike-Eagle (Top Gun) squadrons.
As Chief of Training Standards for the world’s largest long-haul airline, he founded the Standards Department, flew the Airbus A380 and developed the commercial aviation industry’s first training programme based on Evidence Based Training principles with Human Performance at its core.
He has been using facilitative instructional techniques for over 20 years, is an accredited EMCC Executive Coach and in his words is a sportaholic, scratch golfer and rugby coach.
Dave has consulted on projects ranging from setting up a new pilot training academy, through specifying simulation devices for next generation aircraft, developing international regulations and procedures, so is uniquely placed to support your aviation operational or training needs.
Outside aviation, it means he can work with you to apply the rigours and disciplines of aviation to your performance, shape your behaviour to answer big leadership questions, and get results that you can measure.
A marathon regular, Marathon Des Sables finisher, Channel swimmer and Everest trekker, it's fair to say Jonny likes a challenge.
Which is just as well because they came at him thick and fast during his 10 years as CEO of Diesel's retail businesses in Europe and Greater China - and before that as European Managing Director of Proctor & Gamble.
Widely-regarded as a strategy and brand development genius, Jonny coached and mentored the teams that built Lacoste and Hugo Boss into leading market positions across the world.
When he wasn’t dodging mortar fire during combat missions as a special ops commando pilot in Bosnia, Grogs was extreme sailing in the North Atlantic and building a career as one of the world’s leading A380 training captains.
The architect of human command development programmes and Human Factors performance assessment for Emirates Airlines, Grogs is widely regarded as one of aviation’s most respected Human Factors and CRM trainers.