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Adam Gold

Executive Coach

Adam is an accomplished Executive, Consultant and Executive Coach with over 30 years of professional services experience. He has dedicated his career to enabling Senior Leaders and teams to architect change programmes, develop themselves and develop successful relationships with their clients.  He combines his deep business acumen with his understanding of human behaviour to make a lasting impact on the leaders he works with.

He began his career in industry as an IT systems analyst and project manager before joining Coopers & Lybrand (C&L) as a management consultant in 1987. Over the next 15 years, Adam developed his expertise in consulting specialising in the field of behavioural change and programme management.  As a Director in C&L’s Strategic Change practice, Adam was one of the three directors who developed C&L’s change management methodology (adopted globally in 1997) and co-author of the C&L publication “Change Management – a guide to getting it right”.  In 2002 Adam joined Watson Wyatt LLP where he worked with the Managing Partner and Executive Team to install account management thinking, systems, practices and behaviours into the firm.

Adam has expertise in facilitating leadership development programmes, high performance teams, and large change programmes with Fortune 500 companies.  He enables leaders to create lasting behavioural change and better enables them to deliver exceptional results in account management and business development.

Adam has lived and worked abroad. In his professional life, Adam’s work has taken him to France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Greece, Spain, Italy, the USA, and Africa.

He holds a B.A. Hons in International Relations from Keele University and an M.B.A. from The Wharton Business School. He is a certified coach from Tavistock Consultancy Service (part of the Tavistock & Portman NHS Trust) and is also a Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP).  He is also certified in Hogan Psychometric tools.