Who we are

Our Vision is Transformative Change through Imaginative Insight and Incisive Action.

Our Values are based on the belief that the most meaningful work occurs in a collaborative working alliance characterised by reliability, confidentiality, respect and trust.

We believe that success is more likely to be achieved in an environment which is both challenging and supportive.

We tell it like it is in a way that can be heard.

Our Purpose is to enable sustainable improvement in Individual, Team and Organisational performance and development. We do this through the focussed application of psychological and management development interventions underpinned with business knowledge.

Our People

Mike Green

Co-author, with Esther Cameron, of the best selling book Making Sense of Change Management, Mike has been involved in facilitating change for over twenty years. Working in both the public and private sectors he’s seen what works and what doesn’t when it comes to change and has clear ideas of what approaches to change have a chance of success and those doomed to failure!

In previous lives Mike has been a finance manager, a psychotherapist, but now prefers the relative calm of helping others manage change!

Mike runs Transitional Space specialising in individual, team and organisational development. He facilitates organisational learning and performance enhancement through a variety of personal, inter-personal and systemic interventions. Mike is a Visiting Executive Fellow at Henley Business School where he tutors and coaches in People Management, Leadership & Change and Personal Development.

Mhairi Cameron

Mhairi Cameron is an organisation and management development consultant based in Bristol, specialising in leadership and team development, strategic change and executive coaching.

She has over 20 years experience of working with individuals, teams and organisations in small and large organisations, in the public, private and third sectors, within the UK and internationally, designing, co creating and delivering interventions which focus on building higher levels of performance to achieve outstanding results.

Her ongoing motivation is to work with clients to deliver powerful learning, lasting improvement and tangible benefits to individuals and their organisations. She aims to combine an approach which provides challenge and support, which inspires and is relevant and which engages individuals to be active directors of their own learning.

Mhairi is qualified in the use of MBTI, an accredited associate of Insights Learning and Development Ltd and an accredited practitioner of Cognitive Edge, an international network which focuses on the use of narrative and complexity theory in strategy and policy making. She is also accredited to use Saville Consulting Wave Styles and Performance 360 products. She has a Masters In Arts (French and German), a Masters in Group Relations and Organisations.(MSc) and is accredited in coaching (ICF). She completed in 2012 a 6 day programme in Constellations (Systems) coaching facilitated by John Whittingdon.

Mhairi blogs on a regular basis on leadership and talent on http://geniusmaker.wordpress.com and her website is http://www.mhairicameronconsulting.co.uk/

Bob Gorzynski

Bob Gorzynski is a teacher, writer and facilitator with over 25 years experience in working with organisations (large and small) across all aspects of strategy. He is the founding partner of the Wilde Geese Partnership and Director of the Centre for Strategic Thinking (www.spiritofstrategy.org), which supports new business solutions based on sustainable economics and harmony with the world around us.

He is the author of four published books on strategic thinking, with the 3rd Edition of The Strategic Mind due out in mid-2017. Bob is also pursuing a PhD at Bangor University on the strategic thinking process within environmental organisations, looking at the value of connection to the natural world within the strategic thinking process.

Katja Krueckeberg

Dr. Katja Kruckeberg, MBA (USA) is an international consultant who specializes in strength-based leadership development, executive coaching and personal excellence. Katja has designed and delivered management and leadership development programs for various top companies across the world, working with senior and middle managers from diverse cultural and industrial backgrounds. Before founding her own consultancy company (KKC), Katja acted as Client Director and Senior Consultant for Mannaz and has worked with clients such as Canon Europe, EADS, Alcatel-Lutrecht, Deloitte, Rockwool, Alfa Laval, Fujitsu and Nestlé, adopting innovative and efficient learning methods to enable people development and business success. As an expert on Leadership and Personal Development Katja tutors managers on academic and corporate programs. She is a Visiting Academic and Executive Fellow at Henley Business School and has affiliations with Frankfurt Business School, St. Gallen Business School (Switzerland), Ashridge Consulting (UK) and the Akademie für Führungskräfte (Germany).http://www.kruckeberg.de/wb/pages/en/home.php

Tom O’Shea

With a career that has spanned project management, learning & development and operational management in a diverse selection of organisations from multi-nationals to SMEs, Tom has successfully delivered a range of assignments as project manager, tutor, coach and consultant.

Tom’s focus has been on people development and change management, and he has developed a particular interest and aptitude in the ‘soft skills’ side of project management. He has used this to great effect in a range of national and international assignments, including culture change and brand value alignment, business process improvement, customer service and web-based learning.

Tom has been responsible for the delivery of project and line management education and consultancy, including development centres and profiling of capability, for many organisations such as BT, RWE npower, BAE Systems, HBOS and Toyota USA, as well as major government departments and local authorities.

Together with post-graduate qualifications in Project and Operational management, Tom is an assessor for the Association for Project Management’s APMPQ (advanced-level) qualification as well as trainer for the APMP. He is also accredited to deliver the APMG’s Programme and Project Sponsorship qualification. In addition, Tom is an NLP Practitioner and licensed in the use of Belbin Team Roles and SDI.

Rajwant Bains

Rajwant is a highly skilled and experienced consultant, trainer and Executive Coach with unrivalled passion and commitment to supporting individuals and organisations.

The focus is always to maximise performance and enhance effectiveness to meet business goals. Her coaching approach, on an individual level, is to be a ‘thought partner’ to enable people to realise their full potential and, on an organisational level, to facilitate the development of systems within which individuals’ potential can flourish.

Rajwant has an excellent record of achievement in leading and managing major change programmes. Her success is attributable to her ability to set clear strategic direction as well as her strong interpersonal and team building skills within diverse and complex organisations.

Specialties: Organisational Development, Strategic Management & Management of Change, Leadership and Management Development, Executive Coaching, Coaching Skills Development, NLP Practitioner.

David Weaver MSc

David Weaver has 20 years’ experience as an independent change management and organisational development consultant and 15 years as a senior recruiter / ‘head-hunter’. He has a strong track record in the area of ‘top team’ and senior management development, is an experienced and qualified mediator and leads a small reputable team that focuses on conflict management and consensus building.

David has designed and facilitated a significant number of management and leadership programmes with senior Police, local authority chief officers, elected members and middle managers. Known for his engaging style and ability to connect with his audience, David is passionate about the role that effective leadership can play in building sustainable communities and ‘happy customers and citizens’.

David has a national reputation for his design and facilitation of a number of leadership development programmes aimed at increasing the numbers and effectiveness of Black and Asian managers at senior levels within public services. One notable example was his leading involvement of the award winning programme developed for the Local Government Association (LGA).

He holds an MSc in Human Resources Development from Nottingham Business School and is British Psychological Society qualified and SHL ability and psychometric testing trained. His other interests include a family owned natural skin care business, mentoring and music.

Mike Green and Esther Cameron are long time writing collaborators, having published Making Sense of Change Management and Essential Leadership together. Esther’s website can be found here