Ralph is a Leadership Development consultant and coach working with people at all levels in a variety of organizations. This includes working as a Programme Director at London Business School working with a number of blue chip organizations.
His work involves leadership programmes, coaching individuals and groups, running skills workshops and facilitating business meetings. It also includes team building and innovation and performance strategies. He runs action learning groups in the private and public sectors dealing with issues of business challenges and leadership.
Ralph has worked in the computing, pharmaceutical, finance, and public sectors and geographically in Europe, USA, Asia, Africa and Australia. He did training for the British Council in Nigeria and Burma and has worked as a coach and run workshops for the Civil Service and a number of charities. Recently he has spent five years running workshops in Uganda for their Health sector. He co-founded the Greenleaf Centre for Servant-Leadership in the UK.
He worked as an engineer before spending one year teaching Maths on VSO in Uganda. He then retrained as a systems analyst before becoming a university lecturer at Cranfield School of Management and then setting up his own company to offer leadership development.
Developing Inner Leadership; e-mediate books
Servant-Leadership: Bringing the Spirit of Work to Work Edited by Ralph Lewis and John Noble
Personal Excellence, British Association for Psychological Type, 1996
Management Development Beyond the Fringe, (with Phil Lowe), Kogan Page, 1994
Individual Excellence, (with Phil Lowe), Kogan Page, 1992
Teamwork, Kogan Page One-Day Workshop Package, 1992
Time Management, Kogan Page One-Day Workshop Package, 1992
The Assessment of People – Personality and Competencies, Journal of Professional HRM,April 1999
From Chaos to Complexity – Implications for Organisations, Executive Development, 1994
Career Management for All, Management Education and Development, 1993
A Jungian Guide to Competencies, Journal of Managerial Psychology, 1993
Strategy and Organisational Development International Review of Strategic Management,John Wiley, 1992
The Four Functions of Organisations – Where does the Individual fit in ? (with Jon Lawton), Journal of Strategic Change, 1992
Diagnosing Type – Problems and Opportunities,British Association for Psychological Type Newsletter, 1991
Managing Change, MBA Review, 1990
The Use of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator,Leadership and Organisational Development Journal, 1981
Beyond the Peter Principle, (with Chris Parker), Journal of European Industrial Training,1981
Mapping Managerial Styles (with Charles Margerison), International Journal of Manpower,1981
Management Educators and their Clients, (with Charles Margerison), in “Advances in Management Education”,Wiley, 1980
Career Development – Meeting Individual and Organisational Needs, (with C Hibbert),Journal of European Industrial training, 1980
Working and Learning – Identifying Your Preferred Style (with Charles Margerison),Personnel Review, 1979
Training Implications of Work Preferences, (with Margerison and Hibbert), Journal of European Industrial Training, 1978
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