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Managing Director and CEO, Sensei UKE Ltd.
One of the world’s foremost thinkers on management consultancy, Malcolm has spent over 20 years delivering innovative consultancy solutions which have delivered demonstrable benefits to an organization’s bottom line.
Malcolm has developed and implemented solutions for organizations across the world and is considered to be one of the industry’s leading experts on change management. During his career Malcolm has provided consultancy to global blue chip companies such as Unilever and Reckitt Benckiser.
His current role is Managing Director of Sensei UKE, one of the leading global specialists in human performance consultancy. Malcolm joined Sensei UKE and is tasked with continuing its growth throughout Europe. Prior to Sensei, Malcolm has held senior management and consultancy roles at Pirelli, Rockwell International and Coopers & Lybrand, as well as establishing his own consultancy firm, The Bowman Group (formerly York MDM). He is a trusted partner to the boards of FTSE 250 & Fortune 500 organizations.
In addition, Malcolm is a regular on the UK and global business speaker circuits, with recent engagements including CIMA and DuPont’s Annual Global Leadership conference.
His articles and contributions have appeared in the Financial Times, European CEO, Fresh Business Thinking, Changeboard, Business Excellence Magazine, Financial Director and others.
INTERVIEW TOPICS INCLUDE:
- The rules have changed – how to thrive during today’s global financial crisis
- New times require a new breed of leader
- Advising the chief executives of FTSE 100 and Fortune 500 – what are there main concerns at the moment
- Achieving value from external consultancies
- What went wrong? Has UK Plc learnt its lesson?
To arrange an interview with Malcolm Follos or for further information, please contact Karen Butler on +44 1925 754 719 or email email@example.com.