Iain is the Founder of the Results In A Minute and a #1 ranked business author. As a business consultant and mentor with 30 years’ experience working with all sizes of companies from corporates to SMEs and NFPs (both nationally and internationally) he is passionate about helping business people achieve their goals regardless of the economic climate. He achieves this by combining his knowledge of communication and customer behavior with a focus on people and processes that supports positive, lasting change. His work combines psychology, perception management and many years working with metrics and software development to find workable solutions that support businesses in building wealth.
As a Adviser Iain will lead you through the results of one of the most fascinating and insightful business assessments on the market and be an independent observer to help you see your business through the eyes of your customers and staff. He uses “My Business Assessment” to look “under the surface” of a business rather than just have questions that told clients what they already knew. This smart and intuitive assessment has helped thousands of businesses and is now available exclusively through Results In A Minute.
He is married to Lesley and they have four children. His hobbies include reading, travel and finding better ways to do things!
Lesley has worked with Iain in a variety of roles for over 20 years, as part of his consulting company. She particularly enjoys business development and recruitment consulting, specializing in shortlisting candidates for sales roles. She understands the benefits of using psychometric testing in business which is why she works with Sydney based company Corporate Coach Australia. As part of Results In A Minute she also uses “My Business Assessment” because it’s unique and intuitive and she knows she can help businesses be their own “Undercover Boss“.
Lesley knows from personal experience that being in business can be challenging and getting unbiased help in an easy to understand format can make the difference between thriving and closing the doors.