Paul Knee, Executive & Small Business CEO Coaching | Warwickshire
Chair Bio

Paul Knee


Paul has worked in the corporate sector for over 35 years and has been a Director within both Private and Public sector organisations for the past 21 years. Paul has extensive experience within several UK business sectors including Office services (Xerox); Communications (Yale & Valor); Electronic / physical security (Group 4/ Tann Synchronome) and Medical devices (Verathon).

He has worked for/into two of the largest public sector bodies in the world (MOD / NHS) and has extensive knowledge of export particularly into the Middle East and lived/worked in India whilst with Group 4.

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Paul retired in April 2012 to undertake a protégé scholarship with the Coaching Academy giving him the qualification to fulfill a long held desire to practice as an Executive and Small Business coach. Paul believes fervently in the innate ability within every individual to fulfill their wildest expectations through the development of their own ability. Paul is a highly competitive person who has achieved both academic success with an education degree from Bristol University and considerable sporting success by playing international rugby for England in late ‘70s and early ‘80s; continuing to play county and national veterans’ tennis and swimming to county veterans’ standard. Paul has been married to Eileen for 38 years and has a 28 year old son (Adam) a software engineer based in London and a 25 year old daughter (Heather) a local housing officer in Rugby.

Paul’s passions are family; watching live sport whenever possible; drinking red wine; eating great food from around the world; reading; music and playing as much tennis as possible and swimming every day. Paul believes in living every day to the maximum, taking every opportunity to learn, taking measured risks and having as much fun as possible to ensure he will have no regrets for any missed opportunities in his life and the lives of those around him.

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Types of Group run by this Chair

Successful leaders combine good business sense with inspiration, guidance and unwavering authority. Connect with up to 16 peers from a diverse range of non-competitive businesses and backgrounds in this one-of-a-kind peer advisory and executive leadership development program.

The Vistage Chief Executive Program creates a unique environment that provides each member with individual insight, coaching, strategies and leadership skills to help you make better decisions and achieve better results for your company. Harness the power of a group of fellow executives all driven to do the best for themselves and their peers.

We tailor each Vistage private advisory group to ensure that each member get the maximum benefit possible.

We have specific groups for CEOs/MDs running larger SME business (typically £3-£50m); executives running smaller businesses (typically £1-3m); key executives who report to a CEO/MD; and for organisations that wish to bring Vistage inside their organisation for all their senior management team. Find out more about the different Vistage group offerings

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