About Nick

I’m 46, married to Silje, and dad to Eden, Mattias and Jonar who are 17, 16 and 14.

Jan2020 NHI have been in leadership development, personal effectiveness and various other aspects of training / coaching for fourteen years. In 2009 I came across Leadership Management UK, part of the global company LMI and was so impressed with the material and also the ethos/process behind the way leadership and personal development is implemented, I joined the company!

In recent times I have joined in partnership with Nescot College for the delivery of management apprenticeships. I work with organisations in the development of their leaders and managers as well as assisting them with fitting the right people in the right roles, whether that’s hiring, succession-planning or talent development.

I moved from Potters Green, Coventry to Bookham, Surrey in 2014.  I am very blessed to have two fantastic office / training bases. One is the fantastically picturesque Nettle Hill just outside Coventry – I just don’t spend very time there these days! The other is more local to where I now live, Thorncroft Manor, Leatherhead.

I enjoy getting outside in my spare time as much possible – walking, playing and watching football… even a bit of cross-country skiing on winter trips to Norway with Silje’s family!

I have in recent years been involved with loads of other things – school governor, Rotary Club, charity trustee etc and many new activities have been opened up to us following my wife’s recent below-knee amputation and introduction to some fantastic disability sport opportunities!

I enjoy good quality strong black coffee and like almost all my food spicy.

Originally from the South East, I grew up near Epsom in Surrey and moved to the Midlands to study Geography and P.E. at Loughborough University. I remained in Loughborough until 2002 when I married Silje and we moved to Coventry, before the move back South in Autumn 2014. I love the sea and plan to live nearer it one day! Oh, and I support Southampton Football Club and am successfully indoctrinating at least some of my kids to feel the same!

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