Andrew is a consultant, facilitator and coach with over 25 years of international experience. He helps leaders to strategically design and develop their organisations by enabling individuals and groups to reflect and raise their awareness of what is possible, and to challenge them to make conscious choices about the future. A psychologist by background, he pays acute attention to the influence of psychological, political and group dynamics.
Andrew works across a wide range of public, private and third party sectors. These clients include Jazz Pharmaceuticals, BP and GSK; the UK’s NHS and Civil Service, several leading universities; and Blue Cross, Cancer Research UK and several UN agencies.
Andrew has a strong research background and plays a central role in the production of Metalogue’s research reports. He has previously worked at Ashridge Business School where he led its organisation development practice and Ford Motor Company where he managed its European organisation development team.
Andrew is a Chartered Psychologist, holding a Master and Doctorate in Occupational Psychology and a Doctorate in Counselling Psychology and Psychotherapy. He is an accredited executive coach and has completed professional training in organisation design, team facilitation, consulting and group dynamics. He has taught on both the Ashridge Master in Organisational Change and Master in Executive Coaching and has published research on executive coaching, leadership and organisational change.
Recent Sector Experience: Pharmaceuticals, Automotive, Financial Services, Thirds Sector, Public Sector, Energy, Health
Day, A (2019). Disruption, Change & Transformation in Organisations: A Human Relations Perspective. Routledge.