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- Open UniversityMBA
- University of LiverpoolMSc(Eng)
- University of SalfordBSc
Peter Dickinson is an experienced director, high growth business coach, change management consultant, advisor, and facilitator and has worked with over 300 companies helping them develop a systematic approach to developing their business.
Working with companies, Peter Dickinson will help them crystallise their vision, rationalise strategy, identify the most cost effective routes to market including the development of new products, develop a consistent sales approach, enhance customer service, streamline processes and identify key performance indicators to help drive their business to meet the goals of the main stakeholders.
High growth, strategy, coaching, facilitation, change management, turn around management, sales, marketing, product realisation, non-exec role, process mapping, flow and waste reduction, group problem solving & Enterprise Education and Work Related Learning
Key sectors include business to business products & services, education, not for profit, engineering, manufacturing, environmental and building & civils trades & contractors.
Peter Dickinson is a the author of the free ebook,"Unlock the Secrets of a High Growth Business". Download it from KUB's web site (www.kub-uk.net)
- Winning PitchGrowth Coach, 2013 - present‘I am currently a registered and approved Growth Coach for GrowthAccelerator. GrowthAccelerator is where ambitious businesses go for new connections, new routes to investment and the new ideas and strategy they need to achieve their full potential. My role as a Growth Coach is to work with companies on a one-to-one basis providing relevant and individual support.
- KUB LtdDirector | Business Coach | Interim, 2001 - presentPeter Dickinson works as a Non-Executive Director, High Growth Business Coach and Strategic Facilitator. Peter has worked with over 300 companies in a wide range of industries and from startup to £15m Turnover
- E4A LtdDirector, 2005 - 2013
- Vistage InternationalGroup Chairman, 2012 - 2013
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