Meet The Team
All of our consultants come from senior positions within Industry. They are all superb trainers, as well as having industry expertise and stories to tell. By sharing their experiences it brings the learning experience to life which is why our courses are remembered long after the event.
Mark MillerMy Training Philosophy
Training is tough because you are asking people to consider changing. It is also a delight because you are asking people to consider changing. All of us, managers, team members, directors, are in our way all trainers, it’s just that some of us have a different platform. My platform is the course or event, and there I need to outline why changing what we do is better than staying the way we are. To do this I need to understand, to vision, to communicate, to enthuse and to support. The most powerful pay-back is seeing people choosing to change because they see possibilities for themselves they haven’t seen before.
Jeremy HowellsMy Training Philosophy
The key to providing an exceptional experience for our clients is to take problems away from them. Having solid long-term relationships with our clients ensures a mutual trust and understanding, my aim is for clients to see Goodfoot as an extension of their team. This enables me to fully understand all of their needs and to deliver a professional service from the outset.
Nicol CorteseMy Training Philosophy
I believe that the key to delivering a high-quality experience is in the creation of a seamless process, and the foreseeing of potential setbacks before they arise. I have a passion for improving quality standards and a keen eye for detail. My aim is to provide a customer experience which stands out from the crowd.
Annie IvesMy Training Philosophy
A learning philosophy is something that reflects what a learner has discovered and come to believe about learning. It answers, not the “how” questions (of style) or the “what” questions (of content), but the “why” questions. Why does learning help your personal and professional life? Finding someone's individual drivers behind it unlocks the pathway to getting there...
Steve KelseyMy Training Philosophy
My approach to people development is extremely human centred, where I put the learner and their experience firmly at the centre of what I do. My style aims to be thoughtful, perceptive and sensitive, combining a deep understanding of human psychology with a broad knowledge of business theory.
Tony FitzpatrickMy Training Philosophy
I believe that any individual who combines a growth mind set with a willingness to spend time learning how to apply systematic professional approaches, will achieve significant skills development and then deliver exceptional results in the business. I always aim to create an atmosphere where each attendee can challenge themselves and explore their ability to fully develop their potential. In doing this, my contribution is to add colour and breadth to any subject matter, encouraging every individual to consider their well-being and that of others in their work, and thereby achieve a healthy balanced approach to long term success.
Ellen CollinsMy Training Philosophy
Empowerment can't be taught. Only one person is responsible for attitude and that's ourselves. People need to find their own answers and through using my facilitation skills during a coaching session or in a classroom session that's what I hope to accomplish. My aim is to enable others to identify the range of choice open to them and for them to take charge of themselves.
Angie MitchellMy Training Philosophy
I love to train because I like to make a difference. I use a blend of experiential learning, sharing examples and story-telling to help everyone make the connection between the learning in the session to the application of the learning in their everyday lives. I help individuals gain more self-awareness and provide them with the development tools that will help unlock their potential.
Nick WardeMy Training Philosophy
Making a difference to how individuals succeed in modern business is important to me. By listening to the problems individuals face and drawing on my experience and knowledge of established leadership best practice I can help individuals develop their full potential. That makes me feel good. Furthermore, I believe one of the most fundamental foundations for any leader in business are honesty, trust and professional integrity. Combined with a passion for the job one does, and learned professional ‘best practices’, these are powerful qualities in a leader, admired across international borders and cultures.
Sue BlightMy Training Philosophy
People only change when they win. As they try out new skills, tools or approaches and see that they work, they will use them more and more which will positively impact on their performance. The more positive results they see the more willingness they will have to try new things. My job is to create an environment that helps people learn to win through actively encouraging and coaching them to try new concepts and skills. I will also give direct feedback when they successfully try something and the impact it had. When things don't go as expected I will help them to understand why that was and what they can do differently.
Stuart RobertsMy Training Philosophy
The larger part of my career has been spent in business in the UK and abroad, in both business development and front-line operational roles. In my training of business skills such as finance, project management, commercial awareness and personal productivity, I am committed to demonstrating the application of these skills to the real world and to giving business people effective tools to enhance their own and their company’s success.
Steve KnightMy Training Philosophy
My focus is to ensure that participants experience learning that is fun, meaningful and effective. I do this through a balance of challenge and support when facilitating an event, and in all cases I am passionate about new skills and ideas being embedded in an individual’s work situation. One of the features of my delivery style is my use of colourful flip charts and diagrams, this makes the session particularly memorable for all involved. The outcome is the individual is motivated and inspired and the organisation gains as a result.