Stephen is Head of Learning and a Lead Facilitator with Take Point Training.
He is a former RAF Officer of 20 years whose primary role was with the Medical Emergency Response Team (MERT).
He also held positions within the Army headquarters as the RAF liaison and collective training lead, and commanded RAF training squadrons. On leaving the military, Stephen took up a position with the NHS where he established and delivered leadership development programmes.
Stephen is an accomplished leader and educator with a background of extensive experience, including leadership development for Oxford Health NHS Trust, affiliate lecturer and programme lead at Oxford Brookes University, and facilitating on NHS Leadership Academy programmes. He holds a PGCert in Education, a BSc Specialist Practice, and is also a licensed MBTI and Insights Discovery practitioner.
What leadership means to Stephen:
"We are all leaders; our actions and interactions constantly shape relationships and outcomes at all levels. Leadership is multifaceted and can be complex, but at its heart, leadership is about people. It is the art in which one creates an environment to enable high performance - on a personal level and as a team - that creates impact and results. Great leadership is not an endpoint, but a constant exploration and development path which is harnessed by the will to learn.”