Joseph is a consultant, facilitator and coach. Working at multi-levels within
organisations, Joseph enables professionals to grow their skills and confidence in
leadership, enhanced communication, executive presence, strengths and presenting.
With a career journey starting in Dublin as a trainee Priest for 3 years, 10 years as a
Police Officer in the UK, 11 years as a business owner in New Zealand, Joseph has
returned to Ireland and continues to grow the services he offers to his clients.
Joseph’s passion, expertise and dedication is clearly shown in his practical and
action orientated programmes. Joseph’s abilities to engage, facilitate, support,
challenge and enable participants to achieve continual results, creates a continual
and lasting return, long after the programme has concluded.
Over the past 20 years, Joseph has gained significant experience within the
Financial, Legal, Insurance, Policing, Healthcare, Telecommunications, Recruitment
and Gaming industries. Some of his clients include Grant Thornton, Deloitte, AIB,
Paddy Power Betfair, McDonalds, QBE Insurance, IAG and Riot Games. With
Adaptas, Joseph works regularly with FBD Insurance, A&L Goodbody, Eversheds
Sutherland, CPL Recruitment and Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions.
Coaching & Mentoring
Joseph has gained considerable experience providing professional coaching and
mentoring for clients at all organisational levels from: ‘C’ level, senior leaders,
directors, senior managers, managers, staff and graduates. His engaged, practical
approach enables clients to see immediate results and to continue self-developing
long after the coaching has ended.
Qualifications and Certifications
o Accredited ‘Strengths Profile’ Practitioner – Centre of Applied Positive
o International NLP Trainer Certification – Dr. Tad James Australia 2006
o Dip. Performance Coaching – Newcastle College 2005
o British Home Office Trainers Certification – UK Police 2004
o Cert. Counselling – University of Leicester 2003
o Cert. Psychology, Philosophy and Sociology – Milltown Institute Dublin 1993