He is what he calls a neo-generalist, both a specialist and generalist, a knowmad, a restless multidisciplinarian, who is forever learning. A catalyst for change and renewal who traverses what many see as separate domains — constantly shifting between roles, synthesising ideas and practice, bringing together diverse people, and addressing the fundamental issues that confront us in order to shape a better future.
A ‘creative’ dreamer and a ‘doer’, always curious, responsive and connective.
He believes that we urgently need to humanise the workplace, putting the right people in the right places, with tailored processes, providing them with the right tools and resources that will enable them to succeed, setting up a virtuous circle of success. He thinks that this can only be achieved by having a critical perspective about ourselves, reinventing how we work, asking the right questions, disrupting the “status quo” and thinking differently.