Dr Nicholas Beecroft

Dr Nicholas Beecroft

Dr Nicholas Beecroft BSc MBBS MRCPsych MBA RCDS

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Dr Beecroft is a Consultant Psychiatrist with over 20 years’ experience of coaching on purpose, values, future vision, strategy, leadership, decision-making, deals, pitches and performance.

He provides coaching to the Financial Services Industry specialising in leadership, decision making and qualitative investment analysis. He prepares people for pitches, negotiations and new ventures. He helps leaders manifest their purpose and values, to maximise their potential and achieve their mission. He facilitates people to take big decisions in business, career and personal life. He works to help leaders improve their emotional intelligence, self-mastery, leadership skills and relationships. He works with investors to help them optimise their qualitative investment analysis. He helps entrepreneurs pitch for investment. He helps businesses to improve their relationships such as client engagement. He works with leaders to help them formulate and test their strategy, vision, and implementation. Put him in the heart of any complex situation and he’ll quickly grasp what’s going on and what needs to happen.

He graduated as a doctor at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Medical School and from University College London with a BSc. in Psychology. He worked as a House Physician and Surgeon. He gained Membership of the Royal College of Psychiatrists at the Maudsley and Bethlem Royal Hospitals. He earned an MBA from London Business School. He is Founder of the Future of Western Civilization Project and Member of the Royal College of Defence Studies. He is the author of ‘Analyze West’ and the ‘New Magna Carta.’

His experience includes working with investors, entrepreneurs, Chief Executives, directors, Ministers, diplomats, the military, journalists, doctors and thought leaders. He has worked with McKinsey & Co, Royal Navy, British Army, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, German Foreign Ministry, British Council, National Health Service, Ministry of Defence, Johannesburg City Council, Marks & Spencer, Cable & Wireless, BP, BAA, Channel 4, BBC, Home Office, Department for International Development, Oxford Research Group and Wilton Park.