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Jeremy Tozer

Executive Fellow (Leadership & Strategic Execution) and Programme Director; Doctoral Research Associate.

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As an Executive Fellow, Jeremy is expert in assessing and developing leadership ability and organizational effectiveness, and embedding systemic, scalable and durable strategy execution / change and transformation capability (the subject of his Doctoral studies and research at Henley).

As a Programme Director, he is expert in the design, and delivery of programmes which create a desire to learn, facilitate learning and follow through to immediate and sustained application of learning —a virtuous circle of experiential, conceptual and applied learning. He has developed and delivered bespoke programmes for top teams, and for leadership populations of 2,500 mid and senior level leaders from a single enterprise (delivered at 14 locations around the world). He has assisted business and public sector clients in the design and development of their own leadership academies; this work has spanned the ‘conceptual foundations’ of organizational effectiveness, course portfolios, individual course reviews (face-to-face, digital), and internal delivery capability development.

Before establishing a leadership and organization effectiveness consultancy, Jeremy worked as an executive search consultant recruiting for over 40 ‘big brand’ clients, and as a sales executive with Procter and Gamble in the FMCG business. His formative career was spent as an Officer in the British Army. During his military career (as both an Infantry Officer and Intelligence Corps Officer), Jeremy served in Northern Ireland, Hong Kong and Berlin among other places where his appointments varied from command of an infantry company group, to brigade operations officer, and formation intelligence section commander briefing at 1-4 star level.

He is an author, and his most recent book “Leading Through Leaders” incorporates many case studies accumulated over 20 years consulting and client service delivery.

Jeremy’s proposals to the Chief of the General Staff for ‘through life’ coherent leadership development were publicly acknowledged as the catalyst for the Army Higher Education Pathway RFP which was awarded to Henley in 2017. He supports the Centre for Army Leadership, The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, and the Development Concepts and Doctrine Centre at the Defence Academy of the UK.

Jeremy was educated at Welbeck College, the University of Warwick, The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, and Junior Division, The Staff College; and currently he is a DBA student at Henley Business School.