Hi there – I’m Neil Fogarty – I work with organisations around the world, helping to define and fix problems. An international speaker and business writer, I use my skills as a Business Consultant, Executive Coach, advisor and facilitator.
I am widely consulted on issues around future business, leadership, intrapreneurship, and organisational health topics such as communications, collaboration, cohesion and performance.
As Managing Director of the international business consultancy, Eskil, my first book was published in 2008 and I now have a collection of publications to my name on such topics as entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship and leadership.
I spent the majority of 2018 / 2019 on writing my latest book, “Leader Language : LLQi” and this has led to co-founding Litha – a Psychology AI company.
Whilst based in the UK, I have steadily built my experiences with an international view – working in such diverse locations as Croatia, East Africa, West Africa and North Africa, The Caribbean, and a great deal of work across the Middle East.
A visiting lecturer in both entrepreneurship and leadership with ESLSCA Business School, I also sit on the Advisory Board of MSA University’s Corporate & Business Services Division (CBSD) as a Business Consultant and Advisor.
I am a Principal Practitioner Member of the Association for Business Psychology; a member of the International Association of Facilitators; and a Certified and Master Practitioner in Emotional Capability.
Who I work with
I work locally, nationally, internationally and online, from my UK base in Warwick.
The majority of engagements that I take on are where this is a need for communications, collaboration and consensus. As the honest broker, my role is to make your discussions easier – facilitating problem solving, decision making, strategic profiling and more.
Through an international network of facilitators, I can provide access to highly experienced bi-lingual people with sector and functional expertise.
I work with key individuals in such areas as tailored learning interventions, critical friendship, performance intervention and turnaround, and mentoring. Often, these people are either working in the boardroom or have been identified by board members as being a key person to support and develop.
I work with people in groups who have some common interest, goal or problem that they need to collaboratively address. This includes boardrooms, leadership teams, management teams and work teams, regardless of sector or size. I work with organisations to develop and deliver focused management development and leadership development programs. Through a key partnership, I also provide access to high impact team development days and retreats.
A history of delivery
As a business consultant, sample assignments include:
- Business Consultant designing a full entrepreneurship model for an African Federal Government;
- Facilitation of conflict resolution in the Middle East;
- Facilitation of the development of a CSR Commitment for an organisation within the Norwegian Military. This included defining corporate values, authoring CSR policy documents and delivering management briefing sessions;
- Training and mentoring the head of IT in the Paris office of a global pharmaceutical organisation. She sought to develop her brand and that of IT within the business;
- Intervention and turnaround of a key local government manager that had ‘hit the wall’. He needed to refocus his career and re-engage with colleagues;
- Intervention and turnaround of a sales team dealing with internal and external conflicts. This included moving them from a reactive culture to one of proactivity;
- Interviewing of benefits claimants as part of a soft-test for customer-centered public services. This led to supporting the development of an award-winning ‘customer portal’ for residents in a London Borough
- Building of an intrapreneur framework in an award-winning UK local government organisation incorporating training, facilitation and mentoring
- Definition of mission and values for UK local government
- Introduction of commercial thinking practices to a UK charity
- Definition of values for a newly-merged customer services team (bringing 3 organisations together)