Nigel is a lifelong learner, self-starter, team player and networker. He is organised, committed, courageous and delivers objectives well. He sees the big picture and is truly creative. Nigel holds Bachelor, Masters and Doctoral degrees and worked in senior training and development positions in a Church of England Diocese for more than ten years. This experience alongside his doctoral research in adult theological education and the relationship between Christian faith and culture gave him important insights into how adults learn, change and grow. He has significant experience of leadership development through training courses, mentoring and coaching including engaging with systems thinking, group relations and unconscious processes. He is currently enrolled in the Tavistock Institute’s “P3C Practitioner Certificate in Consulting and Change”. Nigel spends a significant amount of his time consulting with local churches and the systems that support them to create deep cultural change for the sake of their long-term future.
Nigel is also a researcher, journal editor and published author – his current interests are liminality, the church in the North of England, the formation of Christian community in local churches and how cultural change in organisations happens.
Nigel has a long track record in design and delivery of learning processes including conferences for small and large numbers of people.