Dr Philip Bardzil (MSc, C.Psychol, PhD)
A Chartered Occupational Psychologist (Reg No: 075668), and member of the Special Group for Coaching within the British Psychological Society, Phil has considerable experience in executive coaching and various forms of individual and team development in the workplace. These include leadership coaching, action learning set facilitation, team-build workshop facilitation, staff selection and development, and service quality improvement. He has worked extensively in both public and private sector organisations ranging from large NHS trusts and national Banks to small owner-managed businesses. He is a Member of the Association for Coaching (Reg No: PJB0309M) and registered by the Health Professions Council (PYL02234) and is qualified to administer a wide range of psychometric instruments.
He has research links with Manchester Business School (University of Manchester) where he has been Co-Director, and fund-holder, of a Research Centre in Organisational Psychology. His PhD research focused on the relationship between leadership characteristics and subsequent organisational service quality. Phil has published various scientific papers and presented at many international conferences on this and other related subjects. He has also designed a suite of psychometric instruments, based on his own model for organisational change (Psychologica). A number of psychometric instruments have been developed using this framework, including 360 tools to aid the career development process.