THE YSC TEAM
Adam is a Global Solutions Consultant, specializing in developing team effectiveness and organizational culture at senior levels. Prior to joining YSC, Adam worked as a behavioral scientist at a leading European cyber-security company, where he specialized in modelling security culture and designing nudges. His diverse career has included empowering private equity and venture capital organizations with financial data, and consulting for a fast-growing AI firm.
As part of YSC’s Leadership Lab, Adam led the development of YSC’s Culture offerings and co-created YSC’s 4Dynamix Model of Team Effectiveness. He has co-designed leadership development programs, focus groups, and top team alignment workshops for clients across sectors and regions. He is passionate about the value of models and frameworks for empowering clients to make sense of their reality, and to make the changes that they have always wanted to make. His style is thoughtful, collaborative, and to always return to the client’s strengths.
Adam has a first degree from University College London, as well as an MSc in Psychology with Distinction from the University of Westminster, and an MSc in Occupational Psychology with Distinction from Birkbeck.
Outside of work, Adam enjoys working his way through an ever-growing reading list, and running along London’s South Bank.
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