Doug Mather

 

Doug Mather is one of the most experienced and highly trained business coaches and trainers in the UK.

Over the last 20 years he has coached and trained more than 4000 people, including many senior leaders across the private, public and 3rd sectors.

For 6 years he led one the world's most highly regarded personal development programmes, and is also a Certified Master Practitioner and Trainer of Neuro Linguistic Programming, having trained with both Richard Bandler and John Grinder, the co-creators of NLP.

Doug holds an MA in Design Studies from Central St Martins, for which his research focused on workplace creativity.

In his earlier career Doug spent 20 years running an SME engineering business employing 50 people, building it into the UK's premier architectural ironfounders and metalworkers, a position it still holds today.

"I’ve always been fascinated by people and the ways that we behave.

Why we do what we do - and don’t do what we don’t do.

How to fulfil the massive potential that we all have.

When I first started work for my family business at the age of 20, I quickly learnt that everybody else working there knew a lot more than I did about how best to make the place work. As a result, I developed an approach to management that focussed on helping  people to be the best they can be, and achieve outstanding results.

And there started a lifelong passion for expanding my ability to help myself and others fulfil our potential.

Over the past 35 years I have built my understanding of human behaviour and studied with many leading experts.

I have worked successfully with thousands of people in the UK, Europe and the USA, helping them produce the results that they really want in their businesses and lives.

I realised a long time ago, that the more I learn, the greater my awareness of what remains unlearnt. And that is wonderful, because it means there is always something new to discover.

And curiosity, exploration and discovery are the keys to an exciting and fulfilled life."

I look forward to meeting you soon.

Have fun,

Doug

 

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