Tim is a leadership mentor, guide, consultant and public speaker. As the founder and MD of TMD International he brings his vision of leadership into all our client engagements, leveraging his network of facilitators, coaches and experts to create the best outcomes for our clients.
Tim’s enthusiasm for leadership started during his time in the British Army. As an Officer in the Scots Guards he experienced leadership in a variety of ways – from active duty to being Equerry to a member of the Royal Family to ultimately being an instructor at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
On leaving the Army he knew that he wanted to bring leadership insights to a broader audience, and since then has worked across the world with a variety of businesses and institutions, helping them bring the best out of their teams and individuals. In founding TMD he wanted to bring together a group of like-minded experts and thought leaders who can use their skills to benefit partners and collaborators around the world.
Examples of businesses and teams Tim has worked with are:
Henderson Global Investors ExCo – currently working to support the integration of Henderson and Janus following the public announcement of the proposed merger
University of Cambridge UIS Leadership Team – working with the CEO and Leadership Team of the Universities Information Services business responsible for all IS provision alongside building the worlds largest research super computer.
Pfizer Oncology Leadership Team – annual offsite for the Oncology team which held at Sandhurst as a stock take of the past 12 months and planning for the next year.
US Leadership and Sales team – Worked in the US with a leading FS firms US operation including the regional leadership team and the national sales group. Quarterly gatherings across the US and annual action planning and reviews.
eBay – worked with various eBay management teams in fast moving cultures and dynamics to action plan and diagnose team chemistry.
Tim has maintained his connection to Sandhurst and is now a Trustee of the Sandhurst Trust. In addition he has become a Fellow in Management Practice at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School, actively teaching within its Executive Education programmes alongside faculty and academic experts.