Bill Mann is a leading expert on overcoming personal resistance to change. He is a best selling published author, keynote speaker, and qualified executive coach and mentor.
Bill had an extensive career in Financial Services and IT before traumatic changes forced him to re-build his life. A survivor of the London 7/7 bombings and subsequently a widower with a young family, Bill developed the techniques and strategies to overcome the shock, anger, and resistance. He learnt how to manage his emotions and his thinking to overcome his losses, embrace the opportunities, and move forward.
He now uses his considerable talents to show organisations how to lead change with high levels of emotional intelligence, and show individuals how to face it with resilience and an open mind.
His personal story is told in his first book: How to Keep Calm and Carry On. This is a semi-autobiographical tool box for dealing with change.
Bill is a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) & International Coach Federation (ICF)
What others have to say about Bill
“Bill has had to cope with some very traumatic events, I admire how he took control of his life and focused only what is important to him. Bill has a lot of wisdom and mentoring to offer to those seeking similar results”Jolanda
“I have no hesitation in recommending Bill to anyone seeking coaching or mentoring support”Gary
“The business benefited from my mentoring relationship with Bill in a way that was visible and measurable. I see him as a lifetime mentor both in work and personal life!”Yasemin
“Bill now dedicates his considerable talents and time to helping others by sharing his experience, wisdom and brilliant strategies for understanding and dealing with change. I recommend him unequivocally”Steve