Over many years, Steve Bruckshaw and The Wild Workplace have delivered Business Psychology, Coaching, Mental Toughness and Mental Skills, to individuals and teams across a range of organisations. These include O2, Shell International, The Royal Navy, Lloyds, RBS, Barclays, NHS, Ford, The Kingfisher Group, The Post Office and many more. Most recently we have worked with several area managers from an international retailer (with excellent feedback) on customer engagement and stakeholder communication skills in the political arena.

Across the UK

The Wild Workplace is Yorkshire based and works across the UK. Individuals and teams who have been part of The Wild Workplace experience have come from many sectors including ; Financial Services, The Public Sector, Telecommunications, The Motor Industry, Hospitality or are individual entrepreneurs.

“Just love the way Steve coaches you through the heavy stuff and keeps it simple and obvious”

Richard Lynds – Retail Relationships – The Post Office

“You have really given me that mental toughness edge”

Rasheed Ogunlaru – Author – Leading Coach

“I know lots of executives would love this walking experience – I will highly recommend it to them”

Russell Snowdon – MD Independent company

“Just a big thank you for helping me manage my career”

Russell Harvey – The Co-op Group

“A real find. Different to other trainers”

Darren Whitten – Area Manager – National Retailer

“You add a deep psychological input into the career development of people”

Richard Pimm – Recruitment Director

“Wow – didn’t realise the skills and confidence I had gained from Steve ‘s insights until I got back into my world”

Sebastian Lea – Warfare Trainer, UAE Training School

“The best course I’ve been on. I still tell that to everyone “

Tony Bartlett – Principal Analyst – Local Authority

“Very different and motivational stuff”

Phil Elvidge – Head of Call Centre – Local Authority

“Life is often compared to a marathon, but I think it is more like being a sprinter; long stretches of hard work punctuated by brief moments in which we are given the opportunity to perform at our best”.
Michael Johnson