Our team has extensive experience of successfully leading people and complex projects in knowledge, transactional and manufacturing environments within world class organisations
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Keith strongly believes that everyone has the capacity to change our world for the better and we each have a duty to pay it forward to support future generations. He has a lifelong passion for learning and continuous improvement and is motivated by helping people to realise their potential as leaders in society.
A Chartered Mechanical Engineer by background, Keith has acquired over 20 years of operational leadership experience in the Aerospace, Defence, Energy and Marine sectors. In that time his curiosity about the world has driven him to test himself in a variety of different contexts and to learn quickly from his mistakes. He has used his skills to design, deliver and evaluate new products involving complex systems as well as large-scale Leadership Development and Strategic Change Programmes. In doing so, he has applied Agile, Lean and Six Sigma methodologies to engage teams in continuous improvement and, in adapting these principles to solve specific problems, has evolved the state of the art in several areas.
Keith has an MBA from the Open University, is a Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) and is a Leadership Fellow at the College of St George in Windsor. In his spare time Keith enjoys spending time with his family, playing football and golf and has recently developed a passion for baking sourdough bread.
Angeline has a track record of delivering sustainable improvements in business performance in senior leadership roles. She is passionate about pushing for greater depth of understanding on the importance of mindset, systems thinking and behaviours on outcomes. She believes this is key to unlocking the potential for sustainable change even when faced with the most complex of challenges based on her personal experience of leading high-profile programmes within a global aerospace engine manufacturer. She is a practical, hands on leader with a reputation for building and maintaining collaborative relationships at all levels in an organisation and motivating cross functional and globally dispersed teams.
Having started her career in finance in a large blue-chip manufacturer, Angeline quickly established she wanted to understand more about how things were made and how value was created. She returned to full time education and graduated with a degree in Manufacturing Engineering from Nottingham Trent University. As part of her studies she had her first taste of systems thinking, change management and the application of lean principles. Her dissertation explored the differences, similarities and critical success factors of various published approaches to improve business performance. These themes and a desire to continue to learn have continued to be a golden thread that has weaved through Angeline’s career through increasingly influential roles in finance, manufacturing, supply chain management and programme portfolio management.
Angeline enjoys spending time in the fresh air and open skies of the beautiful blustery North Norfolk coast. She also shares a passion for watching a wide range of theatre with her husband and teenage daughter.
Paul has delivered strategic leadership coaching and training for global enterprises for the last 20 years with a firm belief that operating systems can greatly affect culture. Whether that effect is positive or negative is largely the result of leadership behaviours that exist within the operating system and its associated governance process. He believes this is a choice not a foregone conclusion. His long lasting enthusiasm, energy and drive is fuelled by his passion for meeting new people in new places and learning new things…
A qualified Executive Coach with a degree in Social Science and Psychology, Paul has focused his lean systems thinking skills on the core element of what Toyota describe as their socio-technical approach to continuous improvement. People. Having spent 12 years in Fast Moving Consumer Goods with Unilever, 10 of which were under direct coaching of Arai-San of the Japanese Institute of Plant Maintenance, Paul also understands the importance of designing systems and processes within which humans can create a sense of autonomy, mastery and purpose.
Paul is also a qualified Project Manager, instructional design expert and Total Productive Maintenance Advanced Instructor and has deployed these skills in the automotive, aerospace, rail and nuclear industries over the last 30 years delivering major programmes of work for Jaguar Land Rover, Airbus, Network Rail, Westinghouse BNFL amongst many others.