• Research background – Ph.D. (Biochemistry / Molecular Biology).
  • Extensive international corporate, academic & institutional experience.
  • Former guest faculty visiting professor IIMB (India). Current guest faculty, DZIF Academy (Germany).
  • Expert in international communication, productivity and career development skills.
  • 17 years of global success in training & coaching.
  • Focuses on scientific, medical, IT and engineering professions.
  • Native English speaker with multi-lingual & multi-cultural competency.

PCC Dr Paul Charlton Square Portrait 1 - Low ResI am an international communication, career & productivity skills coach with a scientific & technical background, extensive global training experience and an accomplished workshop facilitator.

I have worked closely with many clients around the world, both as an active practitioner, programme director and lead coach of hundreds of global workshop events with thousands of participants over a 17 year long period – continually developing a portfolio of customised skill development programmes with a particular focus on individuals with a highly scientific or technical “mindset” and who wish to enhance and extend their professional skill-set for career and personal success in a global, multi-cultural, gender & diversity sensitive work environment.

During this time, I have lived and worked in many countries, an experience which also ensures cross-cultural competency is an important component of my workshops and programmes.

As a native English speaker, I also work closely with non-native speaking programme participants to polish and refine their fluency to the highest level of scientific, technical, or business English.

I am now based as lead coach at my alpine executive facilities near Munich, Germany, and am also available as a freelance resource to offer clients custom niche skill development solutions, integrated with in-house programmes or “stand alone” initiatives.

From summer 2015, I will be conducting regular coaching programmes, workshops and “1-on-1” sessions for clients Germany-wide including the “cluster” of research sites located around Munich, Tübingen, Heidelberg, Göttingen, Hamburg, Bonn, Berlin and Dresden.

 

Map