Nicola Phillips has been a consultant and author on management, organisational and personal development since 1981, designing and implementing strategies to instigate and facilitate the processes of innovation and change. Much of the applied work focuses around challenging and developing the intuitive talents of individuals and groups.
She works with board-level to new executives, helping them harness innovation and manage fast-changing environments in their organisations. Her executive coaching practice ranges from mentoring executives and directors to developing solutions to business dilemmas.
Her work has taken her to the USA, South America, Far East and Europe. Nicola's array of clients in the financial, media, technology, commercial and public sectors include Accenture, Adidas, Adobe, Anglian Water Authority, the BBC, J.P.Morgan Chase, Cheshire Police Authority, Dubai Holding, Esprit, Google, Lloyds Banking Group, London Business School, London School of Tropical Medicine, Microsoft, Ove Arup, Pearson, Pivotal Labs, and Unilever. She consults, coaches and facilitates teams and executives in various health care organisations and NGOs in the U.S., Asia and the UK.
Nicola writes for English, European and American professional publications: ‘Fear without Loathing’, ‘The Big Difference’, ‘E-motional Business’, 'Reality Hacking', ‘Motivating through Change’, 'Innovative Management', 'Managing International Teams', and 'One to One Management'. She speaks French, German and Japanese, and has an understanding of Italian, Spanish and Danish. Nicky lives in the UK and volunteers with organisations for young people and women in Bhutan.