Based in the Derbyshire Peak District in the North of England, and working worldwide, Piers Carter specialises in red10 ‘s:
In addition, Piers is known for:
- His expertise at facilitating groups large and small
- His innovative virtual approaches to coaching and learning using Zoom® Video Conferencing
- His passionate energising after-dinner speeches on all things leadership and team related
- Bringing the best out of people with his positive, fun, warm approach
Piers helps people to have better conversations in 3 domains of their lives:
- With themselves – building self-awareness, finding purpose and developing resilience
- As teams – resolving differences and reducing conflict. Helping teams deliver on results and gain satisfaction from delivering excellent outcomes
- As leaders – communication inspirational messages, embodying true, authentic leadership and guiding teams in organisations to better futures
A Member of the Association of Coaching and is a Master Practitioner in Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), holds qualifications in Myers-Briggs® and Strength Deployment Inventory (SDI)®. Piers also has a certificate in Performance Development Coaching, a Certificate in Applied Buddhist Psychology and is currently furthering his education as he completes the Embodied Facilitator Programme
Piers ‘road tests’ the behavioural theory regularly in real time leadership situations by taking business groups out to developing countries, most recently the Harero region of Namibia, and delivering socially motivated projects as part of leadership development in urban and rural communities. Piers is therefore able to balance development theory with ‘on the ground’ experience of leading.
At the Annual World Extreme Medicine Conference, Piers presented his research into Leadership & Decision-making for Teams Under Pressure. This work has also led to him becoming an Honorary Lecturer at Exeter University where he is collaborating with the faculty on the MSc in Extreme Medicine to deliver the module on Human Factors.
Piers mentors young entrepreneurs through the Prince’s Trust and is currently supporting 5 young people setting up diverse businesses including an extreme sports cameraman, a football coach and a computer based graphics and animation company.
Piers lives with his wife and two sons, who all enjoy outdoor activities and growing as much fresh produce in their garden as possible.