The Boat Guy | Leadership Career Coach

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Do you deserve a seat at the decision making table?

If you answered ‘yes’ to the question above, chances are you’re a talented yet overlooked leader. You have the skill and expertise to excel. I imagine you also know there’s a reason you’re not being given the opportunity, and that you don’t know what to do about it.

I can reassure you that you are not alone. Like you, there are thousands of frustrated leaders out there who deserve recognition but feel like they're going around in circles. What makes you stand out from the rest, however, is that you’ve just taken the first step to finding a solution to your problems.

If you think it is just about what you need to do you are missing the point. It's about who you need to be.

The Methodology

I know what gets people endorsed and with this knowledge I have created a powerful system that lands overlooked leaders a seat or a voice at the table. This methodology consists of four critical dimensions:

Once mastered, overlooked leaders are firmly on the radar for all the right reasons.

Client Testimonials


Simon, Branch Director EMEA

I firmly believe that without Barry's compassion and questioning, many of the challenges I've faced would not have been overcome without significant fallout and subsequent commercial and reputational damage.
Barry has been a constant source of understanding and stretch and I have found myself to this day continually seeking his help working through such challenges.


Debby, Human Resources Director

Barry’s approach has fundamentally shifted the structure and focus of our senior manager team. He encourages leaders to get to the heart of the issue quickly. His style positively promotes asking yourself the difficult questions when we all too often play the game of avoidance. His direct and supportive approach means that you can do this in a way that generates appropriate decisions and actions for positive change.