Matthew's development journey
Nancy Klein – Time to Think
Mental Health First Aid course
The Association of Executive Coaching’s Systemic Team Coaching Certificate.
Judith Glaser’s six-month conversational intelligence (C-IQ) programme – an in-depth exploration of how leaders can build trusted relationships, drawing heavily on neuroscience.
Six-month Professional Certification in Human Systems Dynamics (HSD) – an approach to understanding the complexity of human systems and intervening with impact.
The Presencing Institute’s Theory U – an approach to facilitating profound change at personal, organisational and societal levels.
Certificate in Systemic Coaching & Constellations.
The Art of Hosting and Harvesting Conversations That Matter – an approach to leadership that scales up from the personal to the systemic using personal practice, dialogue, facilitation and the co-creation of innovation to address complex challenges.
Graduate of the Newfield Ontological Learning Course – Pursuing Mastery for Experienced Coaches.
Matthew is committed to providing excellence to his clients and taking the personal development medicine he dishes out and therefore he has had a coach since 2006.
Peer-Spirit’s Circle Way – a body of work combining ancient lineage and modern social technology, refined into a lightly structured group process designed by Christina Baldwin and Ann Linnea.
Completed a three-year Master’s degree in Change Agent Skills & Strategies, which is a highly practical programme focusing on advanced coaching and facilitation skills and post-conventional approaches to leading change within organisations.
He is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
He has been trained in the following personal and organisation development approaches: Gestalt psychology, NLP, Transactional Analysis and Psychosynthesis. These psychological models underpin his interventions.
First-class honours’ degree in Business Studies.