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Paul Oliver

Leadership & Management Consultant

Paul Oliver is the Managing Director and founder of Conduco, a consultancy that specialises in the strategic development of organisations and their leadership teams.

Before founding Conduco in 2004, Paul was Director of Strategy and Development with BT.

Paul has worked closely with a number of local authorities and local authority trading companies including Surrey Choices Ltd, Gen2 Ltd (Kent County Council), HB Public Law (Harrow Borough Council), Barnet Joint Mental Health Commissioner and Northamptonshire County Council.

Paul works with strategic leaders and their teams to lead, create and mobilise winning strategies. As well as working with the public and third sector, he has worked with major blue chip organisations around the globe including Jaguar Land Rover, Nokia Siemens Networks, CyTA, Skanska and Honda.

This breadth of experience allows Paul to take the strategic view of business combined with the accountant’s eye for the financial results that must be delivered.

Paul was educated at Middlesex University and Green Templeton College, University of Oxford. Paul is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants and an accountant in practice. As an alumnus of Green Templeton College, Paul helped develop the University of Oxford’s Health Experience Institute. The College recognised Paul’s contribution by presenting him with the inaugural outstanding alumnus of the year award in 2012.