Oliver is an expert in combining career transition / development with leadership coaching with 1800+ hours of coaching experience.
He has successfully supported 180+ talented individuals from all around the globe to create work that they love, while enhancing their leadership impact.
He creates bespoke coaching programs for highly talented professionals, business owners and corporate companies who want to get to the next level or feel overwhelmed by their current situation. Oliver’s contagious motivation and energy helps pinpoint the challenges that are holding clients back and design a future so irresistible they are able to kick over whatever is in their way.
Oliver has helped many clients become Award-winning in their industries, from being in the DataIQ 100 to analyst of the year.
He wants his clients to get as much as they can out of the program so he blends leadership, career transition, life coaching, stress resilience and the latest in biohacking and learning to get maximum impact in their lives, supercharging productivity and achieving personal success for his clients.
Learning obsessed, he has never spoken a word of English to his children, only Spanish and French, so they can be trilingual. Reading a performance book a week, he draws on the latest in science, creativity & productivity, diet & exercise, trialling and testing everything on himself & then tailoring the most powerful techniques for his clients to create their own personal version of optimal performance.
- PCTI Certified Coach
- Fireworks Career Transition Coach
- FMA Senior Chartered Accountant
- Specialist in the 8 Dimensions of Leadership process and approach
- Career Change
- Career Development
- BBC / Channel 4
- Major investment banks from Deutsche Bank to HSBC
- The Telegraph: The five ways to win a pay rise.
- Reuters: Career Change during COVID19.
- Evening Standard: Snag your dream job into 2020.
- Korean TV: A news feature on redundancy.
- Financial News: The city office where bankers learn to face life after redundancy.
- FM (Financial News) Magazine: Outdated career advice,