With forty years of business building, marketing and strategic implementation, Stephen Archer has consulted for CEOs, boards and senior management of FTSE 100 and multinational companies including Nestle, GE, KPMG, Carlsberg and Oracle amongst others. His main areas of expertise are commercial and marketing strategy; leadership and culture for high performance organisations.
“Will create true coaching leaders that can drive performance and change. We enable leaders to make change last.”
Developing high Performance Leadership: We move organisations to a higher level of execution through the performance of its leaders. This is achieved through leadership team and individual development using coaching and experiential models.
Creating a high performance Culture in your organisation: Our Change Programmes enable long term profitability with stability; an energized organisation and a differentiation in behaviour and consequent performance that competitors cannot reproduce.
Drawing on his experience of being Director for the Cutty Sark Trust from 2005 until late 2010. In May 2007 Stephen was called upon to manage the crisis caused by the fire on the ship. He was in the media spotlight for two years following the fire and helped to raise £12m for the project.
His experience of crisis planning, management and crisis PR provides an insight into how and how not to manage a crisis using BP and other notable examples.
With a new British Prime Minister and Governor of the Bank of England during the Covid Crisis we have two major institutions under new leadership in 2020. The question is how will they cope with the pressure and the task ahead. The first 100 days is the classic window of establishment, however, in both cases they do not have 100…
What has emerged this year with great clarity is that there are two forms of confidence governing business leadership behaviour – external and internal. Usually, it is external confidence that is referenced – where leadership takes a view on the state of the business and economic environment – including the apparent or perceived confidence of others (consumers and businesses) and…
Ian Duncan Smith once said ‘Get on the bus to find work’ . This might work for some but for many they should stay nearer to home and create work. The loss of around 2 million jobs in the private sector due to Covid 19 means that there is a large workforce that can and should be helping to drive…