I believe passionately in three things. 
  1. most people can deliver exceptional performance; 
    and at the same time realise their true potential through practical development activities. 
  2. technology is an enabler, not a solution;
    it is how we engage with it and deploy it that makes the quantum difference. 
  3. the Human Resources function is critically important;
    and has the potential to drive radical improvements in business results and the employee experience.

Following an early career in clerical work design, measurement, and automation, I discovered that the most significant determinant of operational performance is the behaviour of those who lead, and so redirected my career into HR. 

I have now invested over 30 years in HR consulting, learning and development, process & system design, and coaching – continuously studying how human-human and human- technology interactions impact the results we achieve.

I now run my own Learning and Development consultancy, Clinton HR Ltd; I am an Executive and Senior Management coach; I design and implement contemporary HR processes and technology; and I am a professional speaker on HR issues, the latter of which led to me being introduced at an annual USA HR conference as an “HR Futurist, Pragmatist and Passionator.”

I often describe myself as a Behaviour Engineer. In 2014 I co-authored my first book “SuperTeams: Using the principles of respect to unleash explosive business performance,” with Dr. Paul Marciano. And I currently writing my second book "Impact Virtually: Influencing in a virtual world". 

My work has extended to the UK, USA, Canada, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Germany, Switzerland, and Barbados. This led me to contemplate and study the impact of cultural issues on our interactions and behaviours. Clients have included Diageo, First Choice, O2, Standard Bank, World Bank Group, IMF, CVS, FRB of New York, Exelon, Sempra Energy, DLA Piper, AstraZeneca, Prometric, and Government of Barbados.

My approach to coaching is holistic, working with each individual to help them determine their own development goals; to systematically identify the factors that are enabling and inhibiting achievement of them; and then to develop a practical plan that can be accomplished within the confines of their normal environment. I believe strongly in capitalising on strengths and tapping into the energy that doing what you like generates.
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