The best teams have consistency and chemistry
Roger Staubach



Gareth Coombs

Following a successful career in advertising at Saatchi and Saatchi and other global advertising agencies, Gareth co-founded Cambridge Strategy centre in 1996. Since then he has worked with numerous large organisations and SME’s on the creation and implementation of their competitive strategies and the development of senior individuals and teams.

From 1996 until 2004 Gareth was an outside tutor at the London Business School in their department of Leadership and Organisational Behaviour.

Core to all Gareth’s work is the belief that every individual is capable of remarkable achievements if they free themselves to exploit all of their strengths. The most successful companies are those organisations that most successfully inspire and harness the talent available to them.

Gareth is the Director responsible for our Purposeful Coaching Programs and Processes.


Sean Moore

Sean co-founded Cambridge Strategy Centre in 1996 to help large organisations develop their leadership thinking and capability. Previously he spent ten years as a board director in advertising. Before that, Sean was a teacher, after graduating from Cambridge.

Sean is an experienced and successful strategic consultant and coach to a very wide range of organisations and individuals.

He has led projects for more than fifty blue chip clients across numerous sectors, national and international, private and public. He has strong analytical skills and is very good at cutting through complexity to get to the root of a problem.

Sean believes the most effective change happens when stakeholders in an organisation are deeply engaged in in the process. He is a specialist in facilitating and coaching management teams and individuals (typically board directors) to explore ways of thinking and acting differently.

Sean is the Director responsible for our Creative Facilitation Programs and Processes.


Dr. Julie Bullen

Julie applies her profound expertise in psychology to helping organisations, teams and individuals to lead their own change and growth.  Typically this involves her in clearing blocks to performance, leading people out of conflict, and making the transition to a better position.

Julie has too many qualifications to list here, but the important thing to note is she has both a DPhil in psychology from Oxford and an MPhil in Clinical Psychology from the Maudsley Hospital in London, demonstrating her passion for marrying cutting-edge theory and practice. Julie’s approach is deeply personal, very flexible, and incisively perceptive. Clients always comment on her unique blend of empathy and outstanding professional competence.

The reach of Julie’s ability is reflected in the breadth of her clients. She is as comfortable working with large public service organisations such as the NHS or the DWP as she is with global banks like Standard Chartered and retailers like Arcadia.

Julie directs all our psychological methodologies, tools and techniques.


Jenny Berglund

After studying psychology at UCL, Jenny worked as a management consultant at Accenture for four years, specialising in organisational change and human performance.

She subsequently turned her hand to TV production, making a variety of factual programmes, including Emmy-nominated documentary ‘Cult of the Suicide Bomber’, an investigation for Channel 4 Dispatches and working on ‘Breakfast with Frost’.

Since joining Cambridge Strategy Centre in 2008, she has relished the opportunity to use her consultancy skills to help marketing teams develop new insights and to explore deeper ways of understanding their target market’s psychological motivations.  Always looking for a fresh challenge, she is currently studying psychoanalytic psychotherapy.


Sue Cartwright

After studying history at Cambridge, Sue started her professional years at Ogilvy and Mather Advertising. This led to an interest in how brands behave consistently across all platforms, including internal behaviour. As a brand consultant Sue worked with the Greater London Authority, The Environment Agency, The University of Sussex, Currys, The Body Shop and Selfridges.

Sue joined Cambridge Strategy Centre in 2004. Her interest in the human aspect of business continued and she completed her coaching training at Ashridge Business School in 2009.  She is a qualified practitioner of MBTI.

After a short stint in Asia, life has gone full circle and Sue finds herself in Cambridge once again, where she now lives with her husband and two young children.

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Linda HipkissVP Marketing, General Mills MI USA