Philip Cox-Hynd (NEW) | Vistage UK
Speaker Bio

Philip Cox-Hynd (NEW)

Based in Henley-on-Thames UK, Philip is a consultant, business coach, author & change gladiator!

Philip combines his twin expertise in human development, with strategy and process improvement.

In the human development field his expertise was gained via leading public seminars for Exegesis, (UK version of Landmark Forum) in the 1980’s, working with the Human Awareness Institute of California in recent years, as well as working alongside the John Grinder, co-formulator of NLP. 

Philip combined this expertise, with insights gained working with inventors of Business Process Re-engineering, work on strategy at Henley Business school UK, as well as hands on experience on client projects over 25 years, delivering lasting corporate change.

This combination led to Philip becoming a strategic and cultural change management expert, and through his company, Harley Young CMS Ltd, Philip has designed and implemented growth-led change programs for large corporations such as Barclays, Pfizer, Microsoft and Arup as well as SMEs such as Ella’s Kitchen. 

Through this practical work, this extensive experience gained within client companies, enabled Philip to develop the ‘Change by Choice’ methodology, which encapsulates the definition, delivery, and hands-on implementation of strategy-led behavioural change. 

Philip’s expertise covers most aspects of how to accelerate growth in a company. This is achieved via improving leadership through the ‘Radical Relatedness’ process to crystallise direction, and the ‘unreasonable buy-in’ process to engage and galvanise staff to drive change from the bottom up.

Engaging a critical mass of staff to the point where they want to drive change has become his speciality.

Philip is a Vipassana meditator – Vipassana is the origin of mindfulness – and started this discipline ten years ago, continuing to this day.

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A mindful approach to Leadership and Change

The workshop will be thought provoking, experiential and will contain handouts and exercises; all of this will result in practical ideas and skill-sets that the participants can go away with and practice in real-life situations.

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A mindful approach to Leadership and Change

This session is suitable for both workshops and retreats.

Overview:

Mindfulness has become a bit of a buzzword in recent times. The workshop will help CEOs understand the benefits and practicalities of taking a more ‘mindful’ approach to leadership and change, to ease the stress and strains of both. Although most CEOs and business leaders recognise that change is inevitable, knowing what to change both in themselves as well as their company, how to mindfully lead delivery of such change, and the best ways to really engage with managers and staff so that they can drive change; these are all very significant to CEOs & business leaders in achieving sustained growth.

Content:

  • What does being ‘mindful’ mean, and what is it’s relevance to the leadership of change.
  • The catalysts for effective leadership.
  • Understanding the nature of ‘change’ and how to create engagement to deliver choice-led change, rather than change by imposition.

Objectives:

To challenge the thinking and raise personal or ‘mindful’ awareness of the attendees, regarding their own relationship to change, the way they lead, and how to best engage with those around them.

Takeaways:

The workshop will be thought provoking, experiential and will contain handouts and exercises; all of this will result in practical ideas and skill-sets that the participants can go away with and practice in real-life situations.

Attendees will leave with a:

  • Raised awareness to emotional intelligence and what to takes to utilize a more mindful approach to being a good leader.
  • Ideas and skills to be more proactive in the ways they build trust with those they lead.
  • Greater understanding of the practical steps to create real engagement of those they lead, in order to bring about sustained change.

Added September 2018.

A mindful approach to Leadership and Change

The workshop will be thought provoking, experiential and will contain handouts and exercises; all of this will result in practical ideas and skill-sets that the participants can go away with and practice in real-life situations.

Read more

A mindful approach to Leadership and Change

This session is suitable for both workshops and retreats.

Overview:

Mindfulness has become a bit of a buzzword in recent times. The workshop will help CEOs understand the benefits and practicalities of taking a more ‘mindful’ approach to leadership and change, to ease the stress and strains of both. Although most CEOs and business leaders recognise that change is inevitable, knowing what to change both in themselves as well as their company, how to mindfully lead delivery of such change, and the best ways to really engage with managers and staff so that they can drive change; these are all very significant to CEOs & business leaders in achieving sustained growth.

Content:

  • What does being ‘mindful’ mean, and what is it’s relevance to the leadership of change.
  • The catalysts for effective leadership.
  • Understanding the nature of ‘change’ and how to create engagement to deliver choice-led change, rather than change by imposition.

Objectives:

To challenge the thinking and raise personal or ‘mindful’ awareness of the attendees, regarding their own relationship to change, the way they lead, and how to best engage with those around them.

Takeaways:

The workshop will be thought provoking, experiential and will contain handouts and exercises; all of this will result in practical ideas and skill-sets that the participants can go away with and practice in real-life situations.

Attendees will leave with a:

  • Raised awareness to emotional intelligence and what to takes to utilize a more mindful approach to being a good leader.
  • Ideas and skills to be more proactive in the ways they build trust with those they lead.
  • Greater understanding of the practical steps to create real engagement of those they lead, in order to bring about sustained change.

Added September 2018.

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A mindful approach to Leadership and Change

The workshop will be thought provoking, experiential and will contain handouts and exercises; all of this will result in practical ideas and skill-sets that the participants can go away with and practice in real-life situations.

Read more

A mindful approach to Leadership and Change

This session is suitable for both workshops and retreats.

Overview:

Mindfulness has become a bit of a buzzword in recent times. The workshop will help CEOs understand the benefits and practicalities of taking a more ‘mindful’ approach to leadership and change, to ease the stress and strains of both. Although most CEOs and business leaders recognise that change is inevitable, knowing what to change both in themselves as well as their company, how to mindfully lead delivery of such change, and the best ways to really engage with managers and staff so that they can drive change; these are all very significant to CEOs & business leaders in achieving sustained growth.

Content:

  • What does being ‘mindful’ mean, and what is it’s relevance to the leadership of change.
  • The catalysts for effective leadership.
  • Understanding the nature of ‘change’ and how to create engagement to deliver choice-led change, rather than change by imposition.

Objectives:

To challenge the thinking and raise personal or ‘mindful’ awareness of the attendees, regarding their own relationship to change, the way they lead, and how to best engage with those around them.

Takeaways:

The workshop will be thought provoking, experiential and will contain handouts and exercises; all of this will result in practical ideas and skill-sets that the participants can go away with and practice in real-life situations.

Attendees will leave with a:

  • Raised awareness to emotional intelligence and what to takes to utilize a more mindful approach to being a good leader.
  • Ideas and skills to be more proactive in the ways they build trust with those they lead.
  • Greater understanding of the practical steps to create real engagement of those they lead, in order to bring about sustained change.

Added September 2018.