Meet our team and get to know us! Click the links to view our profiles, explore our backgrounds and discover our specialities.
Founder & Chairman
Having worked in senior and executive HR and L&D roles within the financial sector. Neville then established People in Flow. Here he leads a team which provides organisation development “in a box.”
Richard served as an air traffic controller in the Royal Air Force, and then in the Civil Service (including in L&D), before becoming a police intelligence analyst.
Sales & Marketing Executive
Accomplished within the world of marketing Shannon joined People in Flow October 2019, with 5+ years experience. Taking the lead with Sales & Marketing, Shannon aims to set the bar high for the business with growing our brand across the industry and across sectors. In her spare time Shannon can be found Horse riding or shopping (yes the shopping is certainly an addiction) and really enjoy’s networking and meeting new people.
Joining the company in Autumn of 2019, James manages the online presence and assists with marketing. James is currently studying a Level 3 Extended Diploma in Business at Milton Keynes college. He has 2 and half years of Business knowledge from his courses. James enjoys watching football from home in his spare time and also playing video games on his computer. James is the project manager of social media activity including analytics. James also assists with marketing copy, thought leadership and videography & podcast production.
Business Support & Lead Administrator
Corinne joined the People in Flow team in April 2018 as PA to the Founder & Chairman, Neville Pritchard. Corinne acts as Business Support for People in Flow and helps with administration needs. Corinne’s other key role within the business is Lead Administrator and Process Coordinator for Neuro-Link Europe as well as managing the social media activity. Corinne is very creative and loves anything arty such as painting and drawing in her spare time. Corinne likes to think herself as driven, and always up for a challenge.