Our psychologists, coaches and consultants bring a wealth of expertise, experience and innovation to our client work as well as their own sense of humour.
Relationships in our small core team go back to the mid 1990s where many contributed to the early development, recognition and rigour of coaching as a profession in the UK and Europe. A combination of proven and commercially astute coaching skill, international and leadership experience, means that our team have a real understanding of what it takes to bring about change and help clients create lasting solutions.
Centre for Teams Collaborators
We also collaborate with some of the leading voices in sustainable performance and well-being in the UK. Should you contact them direct, please let them know that you were browsing the Centre for Teams website.
Charles Brook, Founding Partner at TPC, has been a good friend and collaborator for over 15 years and we have had the pleasure of creating and conducting a variety of programmes with him. His great coaching skill, business experience and orientation for action are a powerful combination
David Cooper, Founder and Director of Cooper Limon, is a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Occupational Psychologist. Cooper Limon is an independent professional advisory firm specialising in the application of insights from the worlds of business psychology and organisational behaviour as a means of creating value and managing risk in high stakes financial contexts.
Sabine Dembkowsky, Founder and Director, Better Boards Ltd. Better Boards is a consultancy dedicated to the development of boards, individual board members and the top team. Their board development services are tried, tested, and proven to generate measurable value for organizations and their stakeholders.
Myles Downey, Writer and speaker, coach, trainer, facilitator, consultant, entrepreneur, innovator, tennis player. Myles was one of the leaders of the resurgence of coaching in the 1990s and is still a provocative and innovative voice with his own practice and his ‘Enabling Genius’ Research Project.
David Lewis is a professional London-based Cartoonist, Caricaturist and Visualiser. He has twenty years of experience in corporate visualisation, brainstorming and graphic recording. He has worked on television and internationally: his skills have been used at events ranging from the Shakespeare & Co. Literary Festival in Paris to workshops in Berlin, Abu Dhabi, Detroit and Warsaw.
Dr Bridget Juniper, founder and director of Work and Well-Being Ltd is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist. She is a leading authority on how organisational well-being and established Work and Well-Being Ltd in 2005 with the specific aim of providing services to organizations who want independent metrics and advice on employee health and performance.
Tony Page, partner at Page Consulting and MiddleGround. Tony and his colleagues help leaders enrol others in their challenges. Whether it is through leadership development, team coaching or larger scale change, they support the creation of a meaningful endeavour, releasing the energy for great results.’
Centre for Teams is proud to collaborate with RLG International, multiple winner of Canada’s 50 Best Companies award. They ‘make excellence a personal journey’ and through their extraordinary people and processes, they save clients in oil and gas, shipbuilding and aerospace, billions of dollars each year and bring real heart to the creation of sustainable performance.