This is ‘Stuart Eglin Online’, the website for Stuart Eglin. I am:
- A Writer
- A Leadership Coach
- A Freelance Consultant
- An Evaluation Expert
- A Creativity Consultant
- A Buddhist
and a host of other things too. This site is the place for sharing my writing, my ideas and my interests. It is also the place where I will be giving more information about the range of services which I offer. You will also be able to find free downloads of some of my books and follow the development of some of the projects, books etc in real time.
Feel free to contact me if you want more information about anything included in the site.
Professional Biographical Details
I work part-time in the NHS in England where I lead work on strategic development of R&D for the North West region. I also spend time each week writing (not just this blog, books too). I am an Honorary Visiting Professor at the University of Liverpool in the Institute of Psychology, Health and Society.
I have also worked as an External Advisor on evaluation to the NHS Institute for Innovation & Improvement, and to Macmillan Cancer Support. In addition to this, I also work as an Executive Coach.
I spent two years working as National Head of Evaluation for the NHS Modernisation Agency. Prior to that I worked in the NHS Regional Office for eight years, and was Regional Head of R&D for the North West.
I have worked extensively on patient and public involvement and was Chair of the Strategic Alliances Working Group of INVOLVE for 6 years. I am currently Co-Chair of the North West People in Research Forum.
I have worked in various roles throughout the Health Service, including a couple of years in Primary Care in the Wirral and a year at the Royal Liverpool University Hospitals. I began my career in the voluntary / charitable sector as a Community Arts Worker and later as Manager of a Disability Organisation.
I have a PhD in organisational change from Manchester Business School in which I studied the psychological aspects of change within organisations in the NHS, focusing particularly on applications of Jungian and Archetypal Psychology. I have previously held honorary appointments with the University of Manchester, Lancaster University and Liverpool John Moores University.