We work with a wide range of organisations who are keen to achieve a result. What makes a great partnership is an interest in applied neuroscience (not necessarily any detailed knowledge of the field), clarity in the desired outcome (we can help distil this) and a drive to improve things.

  • Pizza express
  • IFMSA
  • PwC
  • Warner Brothers
  • Roffey Park
  • EY
  • ACE
  • Manchester Metropolitan University
  • CIPD

Stephanie Sturges, Manchester Metropolitan University Business School

Amy is a delight to work with. She takes the complex area of neuroscience and places it within reach of everyone through her expert use of knowledge, research and models. Students are able to discuss and explore this subject in a clear and practical way which can results in instant application to their practice of leadership

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David Moss – Head of Development Scouting at Celtic Football Club

Just a quick email to say I thought your presentation was excellent and very informative. I look forward to reading some of your books!

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Yvonne Harrison – Greater Manchester Sports Partnership

I thought Amy brought this to life in a really simple way – her personality really came across, she was engaging and adaptable and welcomed input from the group.

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Sarah Cottrell – Staffordshire County Council

It sounds like you had an amazing session! The outputs of the session have far exceeded my expectations so thank you.

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Jo Carruthers – Academi Wales

I would like to extend my thanks and appreciation for the tremendous contribution you made to the 10th Anniversary of our Summer School event, in your role as speaker. Your energy and expertise have enriched our delegates, who have already given us heart-felt and enthusiastic feedback. Thank you again for your invaluable support in making the delegates’ learning experience an unforgettable one.

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Tom Kenward, Roffey Park Institute

Thank you again for giving your time and expertise so generously last week. I’ve had lots of positive comments from people.

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John Watkinson, Vistage

The session explored aspects of the brain and how, by understanding how it works, we can all be more successful at work or at home. Her personal style was enthusiastic, energetic and expert. Amy studied each member business before the meeting and used research very effectively to underline her key points. Amy encouraged plenty of discussion and this helped embed key messages throughout the session. By way of example, Amy exploded the myth of ‘multi-tasking’ referencing the brain, and some accompanying research, to show how inefficient multi-tasking really is!

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Miguel Cabral, IFMSA

The feedback from the participants was completely positive. Your method of delivery matched the high expectations I had, you were able to engage people, to energise them and to inspire people with being able to present simple solutions to big problems we have.
How was Amy to work with? – It was great, simple, quick and open, I felt you were completely flexible to adapt to request even when they were done on the spot, really awesome, you were an incredible “asset” in the meeting.

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Claire Bain & Niamh Shiells, Association for Coaching

Amy has a lovely genuine approach; she was a joy to work with. Amy has a great passion about her subject and her enthusiasm to share her knowledge is very apparent. She had a very relaxed, practical and down to earth approach. She was very well prepared, self-sufficient and made no demands either by way of time, equipment or attention.
It comes across very clearly that Amy’s intent is to increase our understanding of how our brain works and give us a very practical approach to apply the learning and get the best from ourselves.
It was a real honour to hear Amy speak and I wish her great success for the future.

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