Clint works with business leaders to find and implement solutions to strategic and operational challenges as a consultant, facilitator, and also hands on in leading programmes, projects and initiatives or as an interim director. Typically his interventions help guide organisations, boards and teams through growth, change and to improve commercial performance. Clint’s management experience spans many disciplines including Strategy, Finance, Marketing & Sales, HR and Learning. He has predominantly worked with professional firms and business schools but has consulting experience in many other sectors including retail and financial services.
By background, after graduating into the Unilever Management Programme, Clint went on to qualify as a Chartered Accountant with Deloitte before transitioning to management consulting (strategy and business change) also at Deloitte. He has since held senior and board level roles at BDO, Clifford Chance, Henley Business School, and, more recently, in law firms as the Chief Executive of BLG and Director of Brand & Talent at RPC. He was also a partner of the Møller PSF Group at Cambridge University.
Clint’s professional passion is to help organisations develop and make the most of their intangible assets from the more obvious – strategy; brand; talent; reputation; client relationships; value propositions; and operational processes, to the more ethereal such as values, culture, and purpose. Clint is a qualified practitioner in the use of many of psychometric instruments. As a coach he is a graduate of the Meyler Campbell Business Coach (now Mastered) Programme and also holds the Henley Professional Certificate in Coaching.
Away from work, Clint is best known for being in the first GB crew to win the Atlantic Ocean Rowing Race in 2006 having had a background in rowing. He has also dabbled in open water swimming. Clint lives in Kingston upon Thames and North Wales and is married with four children.