Helping leaders and their teams reach their full potential.
I’m a leadership mentor and performance coach with a unique background.
As a former Captain in the British Army, I have led people in life or death situations. These experiences have taught me that leadership is both a great privilege and a great responsibility.
My work is based upon three fundamental beliefs:
A leader's job is to deliver the results and look after those that they lead.Book Ben to Speak
Everyone that we lead is the most important person in someone else's life.Buy Ben’s Books
A fundamental part of any leader's job is to bring out the best in those around them.Engage Ben as your Mentor
“Wow! wow! wow! Thank you for taking me from manager to leader. You are explicitly wise, amazingly awesome and seriously inspiring”
Katie Isaac, LEGOLAND Discovery Centre - Melbourne
“Sessions with Ben are fun, engaging, challenging - you always come away feeling as though you have moved on in a positive way, and with some theory that you can put into practice rather than stuff that can normally end up in the bin.”
Kerry Owens, Marketing Director – United Biscuits
“Thank you for changing the game for me! You have inspired me to be better and work for more.”
Ashley Hayes, Merlin Australia
“The best leaders have the ability to align people to their vision and motivate them to work tirelessly towards its fulfilment as if it were their own.”
In my best-selling book, Mission Leadership: Lifting the Mask, I created a series of provocative, playful leadership parables that are designed to help you identify the victims, villains and heroes of leadership – these are not just other people though…
Why just manage, when you can coach your team to success? Ensure that you are leading your team, rather than micromanaging.
In this pocket-sized book you will find tiny ideas and tips that, when applied consistently, will transform your leadership abilities, the relationships you have with your team and the results they achieve.
In our workplaces there are victims, villains and heroes. Which are you? And how do you shift from being the victim or the villain to the hero?