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Phil Harrison is a leader, adventurer and organiser. He works at a senior level with large corporates, entrepreneurial start-ups and not-for-profits, helping them create visions, build strategies and reliably deliver outcomes both for the good of their businesses and society as a whole. He has been honoured by the Queen for outstanding service to the community (MBE) and also by the Royal Geographic Society for leadership and expeditioning (FRGS).

Phil is an expert in the design and delivery of scalable interactions and growth coaching. He is particularly skilled at stripping complex matters to their core and helping leaders to seek out and hold onto their values while being comfortable with both complexity and uncertainty.

Phil worked as Director of The Performance Theatre Foundation, providing a safe space for CEOs and Chairmen of major global corporations to rethink their professional and personal goals. Partners included the Chairman and CEOs from: Shell, DNV GL, MasterCard, Tata, Ericsson, Xynteo, Unilever, EDP and the Ministry of Science (China). 

He also spent 10 years working in the global services and technology sectors advising blue chip organisations on how to reinvent their mission, values and strategy. Before that, he served for 20 years in the financial sector designing and delivering leadership programmes for NatWest at group level.

He is a Fellow of Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, whose mission is to share powerful ideas and carry out cutting-edge research, build networks and opportunities for people to collaborate — creating fulfilling lives and a flourishing society.

And Vice President of the UK governing body for scuba diving serving 30,000 members and 100,000 stakeholders, and its President, Prince William.