Forty years ago, Peter turned his back on a career in Dentistry in favour of a 30 year career with Merseyside Police. As a Senior Investigating Officer, and head of Training, he’s lectured on Leadership, Investigation, HR and ‘Organised Crime’. Since retirement, he’s run his own business, worked for the NHS and acted as a consultant on the 2014 NATO Summit. He’s been speaking professionally for over forty years, both after dinner and as a keynote speaker. When not entertaining audiences with tales from the lighter side of policing the inner city, he speaks about leadership, resilience and ‘Lost Knowledge’, how organisations are letting their most valuable resource slip through their fingers, and what they can do about it!
Married with three daughters, he’s been a rugby player, coach and referee and is a keen cyclist, motorcyclist and walker. In recent years he’s walked the Camino de Santiago by three different routes, the last two of which have become the subject of his Camino Plodcast.
In our working lives we accumulate so much knowledge, wisdom and experience that individually makes us great at what we do. But what happens to all of that accumulated wisdom when we move on, change jobs or get hit by a bus? What is the value of that knowledge, what is the cost of replacing […]