These modules, programmes and communities of practice are led by a core team of highly qualified and trained leadership development facilitators who have a great deal of experience developing leaders in public, not-for-profit and private organisations across a range of sectors. These core facilitators include Leadership Psychologists and an Outdoor Learning and Development specialist. A wide team of guest facilitators support the core team.
Terry Sexton, MBA, BSc, MSc
Terry is a Leadership Psychologist. He has considerable experience in developing leaders across a range of different industries and sectors, from graduates to executives. He has been trained in techniques from Gestalt Coaching, Psychosynthesis, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Appreciative Inquiry, and is qualified in a wide range of psychometrics. Terry has also completed a Foundation Course in Core Process Psychotherapy and has gained a Certificate in Leadership and Facilitation at Schumacher College. He is a Fellow of the RSA and a guest lecturer at the University of Kent. Terry is also a Director of a business psychology consultancy, the Create Network, and a social enterprise, the Create Community Network.
Jill Chapman, BA, MSc, AFBPS, CPsychol.
Jill is an HPC Registered Occupational Psychologist. She is a highly experienced facilitator, coach and mindfulness trainer, and is qualified in a wide range of tools and instruments to enable people to achieve their full potential. She has international experience working in public, private and not for profit sectors. Jill uses Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Training and a range of psychological tools and techniques in her work with her diverse range of clients from Board members to graduates and participants in Create Community Network’s programmes. Jill is a founder of the Create Network and Director of the Create Community Network.
Gary King, BA (Hons), MSc
Gary is a Psychologist and qualified Outdoor Learning and Development Facilitator. He applies his experience, knowledge and understanding to challenge and support leaders in their development, as well as young people and adults in community development programmes. He has led many wilderness expeditions and successfully undertook a seven-day solo trek in the Pyrenees. Gary is passionate about developing better leaders who will positively influence organisations, communities and governments, and ultimately produce better societies. He is interested in the practical use of psychological leadership development models, as well as using the outdoors and wild places as a vehicle for delivery. Such an approach isn’t necessarily in the traditional ‘fear-invoking’ or ‘thrill-seeking’ team building style: his approach is experiential, contemplative and considered.
CAT and Guest Facilitators
From time to time throughout the programme, Guest Facilitators will join Core Facilitators, who will be able to share their specialist knowledge, insights and expertise. These will be academics, instructors and leaders from CAT, storytellers, musicians, tai chi instructors, etc.