About

Philip Cullen:

Philip Cullen of Leadership360

Phil worked in business development, sales and marketing before moving into operations management where he developed and implemented major change programmes to significantly improve business performance and which lead to an Investors in People award and membership of the British Quality Foundation.

This led to consultancy work with KPMG on a major strategic change programme working closely with the Board, Directors and senior managers. He worked as an adviser to the US Department of Labor on initiatives to help create new businesses and also in the Eastern Bloc as a change consultant working with Ministers and senior managers.

Phil then moved into training and consultancy and was responsible for implementing a £1.25 million management development programme.

For over 10 years Phil has worked as an independent consultant with organisations in facilities management, engineering, construction, retail and with the NHS, Metropolitan Police and the Civil Service.

He is a Visiting Executive Fellow at the world-class Henley Business School teaching on the Business School’s prestigious MBA programmes and supporting and coaching managers from a wide variety of organisations. He has also worked with their Corporate Clients on Executive Development Programmes. In 2006 he was a member of a small team that developed and created the Business School’s Personal Development Module, consistently rated as “No.1 in the World for Personal Development”.

Phil is a Executive Coach (Henley Business School) and is qualified to use MBTI, FIRO-B and 360 degree feedback. He is a Certified NLP Practitioner, Certified NLP Master Practitioner, Certified NLP Coach Practitioner and a Certified Practitioner of Hypnosis.

He has an MBA from Henley and a Certificate in eLearning, Teaching and Tutoring online (CeLTT) from the University of Greenwich.

Phil has contributed to a new book “Leadership and Personal Development: A Toolbox for the 21st Century Professional”  which is published by Information Age Publishing in October 2011.

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