Name: Paul Tosey

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Based: Worthing, West Sussex) (H) / Guildford, Surrey (W)  (UK)
Phone: 01483 689763
E-mail (W): P.Tosey@surrey.ac.uk
E-mail (H):  paultosey@googlemail.com
Web: www.som.surrey.ac.uk/

Paul_Tosey 293x304Paul is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Management, University of Surrey, where he is Assistant Director of the Centre for Management Learning. He joined Surrey in 1991 and led the development of the MSc Change Agent Skills and Strategies, an advanced training for consultants and facilitators, which he directed for many years.

Career experience over the past 25 years includes consultancy, coaching and management, as well as teaching at the University of Edinburgh and the Open University. His research interests include transformative learning and NLP, and his book `A Critical Appreciation of NLP’ (2009, co-author Dr Jane Mathison) is published by Palgrave Macmillan.

As a Certified Clean Facilitator, Paul uses use Clean Language for coaching to support learning from experiences of organisational change, and to supervise professional practice and research.

He is seeking opportunities for doing research using Clean Language as a method, for example to evaluate workplace learning.

Qualifications:

Higher Education Academy National Teaching Fellow (2007)
PhD (University of Bath, School of Management, 1986)
Master Practitioner of NLP (PPD, 1992)



Worthing, West Sussex (h)/Guildford, Surrey (w)

Office: +44 (0)1483 689763

Office e-mail: P.Tosey@surrey.ac.uk

Personal e-mail: paultosey@googlemail.com

Paul is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Management, University of Surrey, where he is Assistant Director of the Centre for Management Learning. He joined Surrey in 1991 and led the development of the MSc Change Agent Skills and Strategies, an advanced training for consultants and facilitators, which he directed for many years.

Career experience over the past 25 years includes consultancy, coaching and management, as well as teaching at the University of Edinburgh and the Open University. His research interests include transformative learning and NLP, and his book `A Critical Appreciation of NLP’ (2009, co-author Dr Jane Mathison) is published by Palgrave Macmillan.

As a Certified Clean Facilitator, Paul uses use Clean Language for coaching to support learning from experiences of organisational change, and to supervise professional practice and research.

He is seeking opportunities for doing research using Clean Language as a method, for example to evaluate workplace learning.

Qualifications

Higher Education Academy National Teaching Fellow (2007)

PhD (University of Bath, School of Management, 1986).

Master Practitioner of NLP (PPD, 1992)

University of Surrey homepage (via): http://www.som.surrey.ac.uk/

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