+ 44 7702 274426 jamie@fittingleadership.co.uk

I help dentists, specialists and dental business leaders to hone their leadership skills and build successful teams. You'll learn how to boost your performance and inspire your staff to support you at every step.

Together, we'll achieve your goals and bring about positive changes both at work and at home.

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I have 20 years of experience in leading teams and an MSc in Coaching & Behavioural Change. I develop talented leaders through a combination of 1:1 coaching, leadership programmes and team training. Here’s how I can help you.


Define your goals and get all the support you need to reach them.



Learn new leadership skills and inspire outstanding results.



Create a cohesive team who share your vision and commitment.


I found the sessions to be really helpful and supportive, but also quite challenging in terms of forcing me to reflect on my own performance and where there may be some gaps in terms of skills and the structure in which I behave in my leadership roles’.

‘The area I found most useful was the sounding board away from the work environment and the ability to sense check, talk through, discuss, agree on actions and be held accountable to those actions.

Dr Guy Deeming, Specialist Orthodontist


Lacklustre leadership delivers poor results and a high staff turnover. By motivating, inspiring and influencing your team, you'll achieve so much more.

There's a common misconception that leaders are born not made. In reality, leadership skills can be learnt, practised and improved. With the right support, every practice owner or business manager can become a compelling leader.

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Take time to reflect....

It is important to take time to reflect on how you and your practice are doing. If you do this then you are able to consider whether or not you are heading in the right direction both at an individual level and as an overall practice. This enables you to consider if you are making progress with the plan, to make adjustments where necessary or to change the plan entirely. Progress is also a major motivator for people. Reflecting and looking at progress can show individuals what has been achieved so far. It inspires and engages people. In such a fast moving world where everything is changing so fast it is really vital to do this. If you don’t, you can soon find that you have gone completely off track, you are not focusing on what is important and that you are not being the leader you want to be. 


What are your values?

Values exist for yourself and your businsss. What are yours? Values from a business side of things are often imposed by leaders with posters on walls telling people to behave in a specific way. As a result any attempt to work on these is often seen with real scepticism. Yet, values exist for yourself and for your practice in some shape or form and actually everybody being aligned behind a small number of values is essential for an effective and cohesive team and business. So, it is therefore critical to understand how to go about doing some work on them.

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