This Is London, Dublin. Organisation Development.

Simon Alldridge

Simon is an Associate of This Is and has particular expertise in networking, teams and innovative leadership.  His background includes teaching to senior and middle management level, academic research and extensive experience of corporate life.  He has held senior positions in Sales and Marketing with Gallagher Ltd, Allied Domecq and Asda Stores Plc.  During his 15 years in corporate life, Simon managed major marketing campaigns; major brand range development; marketing teams and large retail business units.  He has consulted and trained in the field of organisational and people development for the past 10 years.  Throughout his professional career Simon has achieved considerable success for organisations and his consultancy approach is based on delivering measurable results against clearly defined client objectives.


Simon has worked with a number of organisations across a range of industries, including, Telegraph Group, Goldman Sachs, Whitbread, BT, Napp Pharmaceuticals, 3M, Government Offices, Reuters, Vodafone, Astra Zeneca, Boehringer Ingelheim, Anglo American, Avon Cosmetics, Twinings International and Vision Express.


The nature of Simon's work has been varied, but the main focus is the three core areas of innovation cultures, leadership development, and coaching and developing high performance teams.  Simon supports clients on development issues to improve business performance, and his involvement ranges across individuals, teams and whole organisations.  Simon also works one to one at senior levels.


The consistent theme behind Simon's work is helping organisations to build peak performance.  He has done this by working closely with them to identify their specific needs and providing practical and effective interventions that address specific performance needs.


Simon's qualifications include a BA (Hons) and an MSc Institute in People and Organisational Development where his dissertation specialised on building innovative organisations.