Hank Williams

Consultant and Mentor

Hank Williams has been a management consultant and trainer since 1982.

He joined Huthwaite Research Group in 1987 to help them set up a new Management Skills Division: developing a client base and new products and recruiting and developing a team of consultants. He left Huthwaite in 1991 to set up what became the Learning Curve network.

Since 1987 he has worked closely – as a consultant, facilitator, trainer and mentor – with companies such as ExxonMobil, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, Sun Microsystems, Cable & Wireless, Nortel Networks, Meyer International, Dow Corning, Eagle Star, Baxter Healthcare, Ernst & Young, Addleshaw Goddard, Serco and BP International.

He has worked with several UK Universities, mentoring VCs, Deans and Senior Managers. He worked at Staffordshire University on a part-time basis to develop planning and business development processes. He works for AHUA as a coach on their programme for Registrars/COOs.

Additionally he works as an Executive Coach and Mentor. He is also working with the British Council designing and managing programmes to develop the leadership capacity in Universities in Afghanistan and Bangladesh.

He has written three books:

Active Learning: A Trainer’s Guide (Blackwell, 1987)

The Essence of Managing People (Prentice Hall, 1994)

The Essence of Managing Groups and Teams (Prentice Hall,1996)

And several whitepapers that you can purchase by following the links below

Effective Consultancy

Effective Facilitation

Effective Mentoring

Effective Training

Establishing a mentoring framework

Managing HR Transition