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Nigel Gilkes (B’Ed Hons)

Nigel Gilkes (B’Ed Hons)

Nigel has spent over 20 years working in the field of business simulation, role-play and drama based methods to enable people to develop their self-awareness and improve their interpersonal skills and impact. Also an experienced facilitator and coach, Nigel has worked with many leading organisations including Three, Barclays, Pepsico, BP, Asda and Marks & Spencer. Nigel lives with his family in North Wales and in odd spare moments has been known to run, ride, sing and speak Welsh – though not necessarily simultaneously!

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Steve Harvey (MA)

Steve Harvey (MA)

Steve is one of the UK’s leading exponents of business simulation, role-play and drama based methods of increasing personal awareness to help individuals and organisations build communication and understanding skills. He is also an experienced facilitator and executive coach who has worked with many leading organisations including Marks & Spencer, Specsavers, AstraZenenca, Barclays, RBS and BP. His sound commercial understanding ensures a focus on real business benefits.

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Rachel Steventon

Rachel Steventon

Stafford born and bred, Rachel joined Impromptu in November 2009. Rachel is a qualified nursery nurse and before joining Impromptu worked for Coral Gala and as an assistant pub manager. Rachel co-ordinates our client programmes, manages the Impromptu office, and is the first point of contact for our clients and associates.

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Connie Wiskin (PhD)

Connie Wiskin (PhD)

Connie is the founder of Impromptu Ltd, is accredited by the Institution of Learning and Teaching, and has over 24 years experience in the development and use of interactive and simulation learning methodologies. Connie is a Senior Lecturer in Clinical Communication and Academic Lead at the University of Birmingham College of Medical and Dental Sciences, where she specializes in the application of interactive methodologies in the teaching and assessment of communication in the healthcare context.

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