Paul +44 (0)1628 488990

‘When I work with people I bring support, challenge and compassion. I look for the best in individuals, remind them of their strengths and help them fulfil their potential in whatever it is they want to achieve. I love what I do and it shows. This is more than just about work, it’s about how you live your life and how you show up in every relationship, in every interaction.’


Paul is a consultant, coach and experienced facilitator at FPG. Prior to joining, he was an internal consultant at a leading global retailer responsible for the leadership and general management development of the top talent across the group. He started his career in leadership on the frontlines as a Store Manager in two blue-chip retailers.

Paul’s coaching experience is with middle manager and Director level. His facilitation work ranges from Graduate to Main Board.

Paul is passionate about supporting individuals and teams to find clarity, purpose and inspiration in their working and personal lives, thus maximising their potential. He carefully manages his time between work and family life and is the proud father of a little boy and girl.


Paul is a specialist in leadership development, coaching, change management and working with senior teams. Paul has worked designing and delivering a range of programmes across a number of industries including FMCG, Retail, Financial Services and Manufacturing.

Organisations with which Paul has worked include: Tesco, Asda, Tui Travel, Arriva, Dunnhumby, Biogen Inc, HCA Healthcare UK,  Legal & General, Heathrow, HSBC,  Ipsos MORI, LOROL, Onestop, Yum! (KFC and Pizza Hut), GSK, Sociomantic, HighSpeed1 and Association for Qualitative Research (AQR)

He has worked extensively in the UK, US, Europe and Asia.

Training / Qualifications / Professional memberships

  • Graduate of New Ventures West Integral Coaching Professional Coaching Course (PCC) ICF-accredited
  • Accredited Myers Briggs Practitioner
  • Strengthscope Practitioner

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