From co-founding the world famous improvisation group The Comedy Store Players with Mike Myers, to appearing in the likes of Have I Got News For You, Smith and Jones, Whose Line Is It Anyway, Austin Powers – International Man of Mystery, Austin Powers – Goldmember, Saturday Live, Carrott Confidential, Paul Merton – The Series, Spiceworld – The Movie and QI, Neil has worked with some of the most talented names in comedy, film and television.
He has shared the stage with the likes of Eddie Izzard, Dawn French and Eric Sykes, and has written various shows and documentaries including the BBC TV and radio programmes - Morris Minor’s Marvellous Motors (with Tony Hawks), The Amazing Colossal Show (with Greg Proops), FAB TV and Ten Years of the Comedy Store Players.
I help people and organisations big and small change and expand their perceptions, their behaviour and their communication.
Think communication... internally and externally.
Think collaboration... instead of reinventing the wheel.
Think agility... and the ability to think quickly and adapt to rapidly changing business environments.
Think engagement with your people and customers.
Think creativity... and forging something unique in an uncertain and undefined environment.
And think innovation... in products, in service and in engagement.
It's probably happening already but often the leadership haven't noticed.
Or are stifling it.
But when we really start communicating properly, no problem is too big to solve.
So let’s get started.