When you work with Eagle Training you will be guaranteed a training programme that is totally customised to meet your specific requirements and culture. It will be delivered for you by a team of trainers and facilitators with a proven track record and a wealth of practical, real world experience.
Every member of our team has held senior leadership and management roles so they bring with them a wealth of practical experience to each programme. As trainers and facilitators they have worked with many thousands of delegates in the UK, the USA, Europe and Africa.
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After a promising career as a professional footballer was cruelly extinguished by injury and a chronic lack of skill, Ian trained as a teacher. After a spell working for a Canadian bank, Ian returned to the UK to join BP where he was a member of the Project 1990 culture change team.
Since leaving BP in 1993 Ian has worked with people from many blue chip organisations in the UK, US and Europe including Cadbury Schweppes, Robert Bosch, Sir Robert McAlpine, Vodafone, Halliburton and The Home Office.
Ian works across many subject areas, but he specialises in leadership and management development, communication, change management and behavioural and attitudinal change. He holds an MBA, is a member of the Institute of Leadership and Management (MInstLM) and is a qualified NLP practitioner and coach. He is also an accredited DiSC profiler. Ian has an enthusiastic style of facilitation that challenges the thinking processes of those he works with.
Ian is now the Director of Training of Eagle Training. A keynote speaker of repute, Ian is noted for his enthusiastic, entertaining and informative speaking style. He is the author of over 20 articles and Algenon’s Story, his first book, was published in 2008. Ian has appeared on CNBC’s Money Wheel television programme and has frequently been a guest on local radio.
Martin has over 20 years experience in the field of leadership and management training, and coaching. He has trained people from a wide variety of backgrounds across a broad range of management areas, including time management, TQM, project management, appraisal skills, facilitation skills, managing change, stress management, assertiveness, NLP and interviewing.
Prior to leaving BT in 1993, Martin worked within a programme office where he trained programme and project managers in project management principles and helped them to develop project plans and to monitor and control their multi million, multi-national projects. Martin’s experience was particularly helpful in overcoming many of the traditional problems associated with working within matrix structures.
His past clients include BT, Global Marine, SmithKline Beecham, Reuters, IBM etc as well as various local government and police authorities (The Metropolitan Police and numerous Constabularies) and a variety of SMEs. Martin has also worked abroad with Transparency International (Prague), Loule University (Portugal).
Martin has been an associate lecturer with the Open University Business School since 1990. He currently runs a ‘creative management” course, which forms a part of the OU MBA Programme, which brings him into contact with senior managers from a variety of backgrounds within the UK and from overseas.
He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development (MCIPD).
Prior to joining Eagle Training Peter had a long career as a line manager in engineering and manufacturing, working for such companies as Pirelli, Sony, Metal Box and ICI. In his various roles he has successfully implemented many quality, change and productivity initiatives.
As a trainer Peter specialises in first line and operational management, having great success in bringing about changes in workplace practice. His clients include: BT, Scotia Homes, Robert Bosch, Premier Foods and local government organisations.
In his spare time Peter gives a lot of his time to his local Rotary Club. He spends two weeks every year working for a charity building houses and health centres in South Africa and Zambia. He is a PADI qualified diver and also enjoys photography and playing golf.
Malcolm’s approach to training, facilitation and consultancy has been honed by over twenty years of hands-on leadership and managerial experience, ranging from project and operations management to strategic management and corporate development, both in the UK and overseas. He has worked with people at all levels and advised at CEO and managing director level in the context of expanding commercial activities and the delivery of profitable capital projects. Since 1992 Malcolm has held leadership several directorships and non-executive director positions in both private and not for profit organisations.
He is renowned for his practical approach to enhancing organisational performance, with an acknowledged reputation for devising wide-ranging business improvement solutions. Malcolm is commercially astute with the ability to grasp the culture and mindset of businesses and its customers, increasing sales and cementing long-term partnerships. His technical and interpersonal competencies are complemented by a proven track record in tightening efficiency and reducing costs.
Aside of his training work Malcolm also specialises in:
- Bid winning and complex proposition development
- Business and project risk management and dispute resolution
- Change management
- Collaborative working behavioural assessment & coaching (BS11000 Internal Auditor)
- Operations improvement
- Operations and project management
- Strategic & international business development
Malcolm has worked with people from small to multinational businesses in automotive, construction, energy, environmental, infrastructure, oil & gas and property sectors.
Liz is an enthusiastic and energetic trainer, facilitator and coach, working with organisations and individuals at all levels. A former senior leader in the finance industry Liz became a consultant in 2000. She has extensive public and private sector experience at a senior level in complex environments.
She has a practical knowledge of collaboration, leadership, change and operational management, business excellence, culture change, team working and management development. She has experience of designing, organising and delivering extensive communication and training programmes in support of strategic change initiatives.
Liz is a skilled facilitator and trainer with extensive experience as a coach and self managed learning group adviser. She has held senior roles in both line and HR management and has successfully led large teams through significant and extensive periods of change. She is experienced in working in multi-cultural, global environments using the most up-to-date technologies.
Whilst undertaking her Master’s degree, she conducted research on leadership and ran the leadership development programme for the management team in the organisation in which she worked.
Liz has worked with people from many well-known organisations, including Amey, Balfour Beatty, Birmingham City Council, the British Institute of Facilities Management, Carillion, Department of Employment, EDF Energy, KBR, Lloyds TSB, the Ministry of Defence, Network Rail, Nike, PowerGen, Royal Mail, Tarmac and Unilever.
In addition, she is a Member of Editorial Board for the Journal “Development and Learning in Organizations”
Adrian’s extensive commercial experience covers operations management, and both the automotive and catering industries.
His varied line management experience adds much to his ability to assist people to develop in many areas such as, management, sales, customer care and personal development having been actively involved with those disciplines. He is an accredited DISC profiler.
He has worked with many people from organisations across many market sectors. They include PGS, DaimlerChrysler, The Highways Agency, Ipswich Town Football Club, Essex County Council, MK Electric, Newham Council and Clear Channel Communications PLC. He has worked in many locations, including Egypt and Argentina.
Adrian is an executive coach with extensive experience of working with middle and senior management in both the private and public sectors. He draws upon a wide range of professional training and his executive experience to bring out the best in his clients and help individuals and organisations become more closely aligned. His willingness to share experiences, confront where appropriate, whilst building a very open high trust relationship has proved very effective in achieving long term positive behaviour change.
Much of Adrian’s work focuses on the application of psychometric profiling techniques to help individuals and organisations develop the behaviours and attitudes necessary for peak performance. He has facilitated long term culture change projects with a range of clients using a mixture of workshops, group and individual coaching.
Based near Carlisle, Adrian’s clients include Robert Bosch, D S Smith, Dumfries & Galloway Council, Lothian Health Board. He is also a co-founder of the creative Scurvy Elephants Society, an organisation based on the experience of Wayne Dyer, dedicated to encouraging creativity and innovation.
Wendy is our Programme Director. As such, she is responsible for making sure that the team of facilitators are in the right place at the right time, which is no mean feat! Wendy is the administrative point of contact for our delegates and sponsors.
Prior to joining the Eagle team, Wendy worked at BP for 8 years. She also has the dubious pleasure of being married to Ian, our Director of Training, so has to put up with his sense of humour on a daily basis!