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With over 30 years work experience and a Masters in Business Administration from Leeds University Business School and a pool of trusted associates to draw from, Phillip is an approved Growth Mentor with both national and local providers and a Project Management Practitioner, with a wide range of achievements including:
- Leading Project Management Offices;
- Mentoring Business Studies students and recent graduates;
- Developing Balanced Scorecards of Key Performance measures;
- Developing and implementing policies and guidance, enabling efficiency and high performance;
- Enabling middle managers to improve Leadership and People Engagement skills;
- Providing expert reward consultancy, securing substantial savings to the public purse;
- Delivery of Investor Grade Business Plans;
- Business Growth Mentoring for Start Ups and Growth Businesses;
- Delivery of Business Planning, Project Management and Best Practice Induction seminars and workshops.
Stemming from over two decades of support to his three daughters, Phillip has a keen interest in education and its linkages to future employment. He is a member of the Institute of Leadership and Management, and has previously been an Executive Director for both The Condita Group and Favourite Flavours CIC. Earlier he spent five years as a primary school governor.
A SFEDI (Skills for Enterprise Development Initiative) approved Mentor, Phillip is currently Location Leader for 8 Business Networking, Blackpool, facilitating networking events and building the membership. He is also a central and active member of the Creative Communities Group, which acts as a catalyst for University and Community Partnerships in a variety of activities including Education, Arts, Sciences, History, Health and Social Awareness.
Phillip strongly believes that communities should be socially inclusive. He takes the view that being mentally or physically active should promote experiences of positive wellbeing, including improved self-esteem, motivation, improved general and mental health, and reduced psychological distress. By promoting enhanced levels of community engagement encouraging people to participate in activities, volunteer, enter employment or work for themselves together we can improve the quality of life for so many, leading to better health outcomes for individuals across the population.
Phillip is very aware that many people face challenges and barriers to being employed, including those associated with protected characteristics such as age, race, gender and disability. So he supports people who have the talents, skills and desire to succeed. And they will achieve as long as they benefit from the correct levels of support and guidance.
Outside his business interests, Phillip also lives with and enjoys spending quality time with his partner, Stephanie. He loves spending time with his three grown up children, and likes listening to almost any type of music, following sport, walking and eating out.