Chief Executive & Head of Research
Darren’s PhD thesis addresses behavioural change in the unemployed and the impact of resilience upon job outcomes. Following a full time MBA at the prestigious Cranfield School of Management, he grew a government-funded employment service company twelvefold. Upon selling the company to a division of the $300m turnover Anglia Ruskin University, Darren migrated to Australia to concentrate upon the research and implementation of behavioural science.
He keynotes at conferences concerning employment, youth, offending, welfare and behavioural science, and is grateful to count many of the world’s leading authorities, scientists and senior civil servants amongst his direct contacts and friends.
Director of Behavioural Services
Adrian is a behaviour specialist – focusing upon Education – with over 20 years’ experience working in diverse and challenging communities in both the UK and Australia, including within the corporate sector, the Outback and with Indigenous communities.
His expertise in Positive Behaviour strategies (specifically in the Purposeful Use of Data to change behavioural outcomes) is enhanced by his experience in Functional Behaviour Assessments and applying them to “real life” scenarios. At Esher House Adrian’s focus is on Behavioural Services and how their implementation can positively drive better Government Policy outcomes.
Training & Development Manager
Sally has worked extensively throughout Japan, the UK and Australia in the training, recruitment and employment services sectors. Her expertise in large-scale curriculum development, recruitment and project management is supported by her pragmatic knowledge of implementing government programs. Sally manages, develops and delivers a range of training packages in line with client requirements and Esher House’s proprietary research findings.
Research & Development Manager
Jodie applies a wealth of behavioural science knowledge to research and develop psychological assessment tools that measure the behaviour of target groups, such as youth, jobseekers and apprentices. Her passion for improving lives by working in the field of applied behavioural science is evident from her academic excellence in research methods and statistical data analysis. Jodie possesses a superb scientific understanding of the psychological processes involved in motivation, emotion, memory, cognition, personality, learning and social relationships.
Head of Behavioural Design
As a designer on the US’s best-selling womenswear range, Laura has seen her graphics and designs grace the world’s celebrity A-List. As humans are predominantly visual animals, Laura has been brought in to develop Esher House’s materials and presentations to ensure that they are visually and practically impactful.
We boast an international team of academic consultants that provide key input for specific projects.