Meetings can be tricky because people can be tricky. Steph is good at winning the trust of people who aren’t easily persuaded; exec and non-exec. She has the capacity to run the room – there’s no substitute for that.”

Chris Grant OBE, Sport England Board,

Author of ‘Better Decisions’

Professionals average around 21.5 hours in meetings a week. But they only use those meetings to talk about what matters when they trust each other enough to have the conversation. And they take action after meetings when they know they’ve been heard, understood, and the way ahead is clear.

Using our meetings to deal with change and learning as we go along involves risk; admitting what we don’t know, trying new things, looking at mistakes. No wonder a lot of people don’t enjoy meetings!

My name’s Steph Vidal-Hall, and I help everyone in the room – face-to-face or online – feel comfortable to have those conversations – to listen to each other (not just the Highest Paid Person), ask the right questions, be honest about challenges, offer ideas, make good decisions, and get stuff done.

Whatever the challenge, I’ll help you focus on what really matters, saving you time and money, and reducing stress.

Whatever you’re gathering together for – planning, learning, or collaboration – I can make your meetings matter, and I can show you how to do it too.

If you work in the UK corporate, sports, arts or third sector, you’re in the right place for expert support.