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Adviser Profile - Simon Bloom

Simon Bloom

Company: Simon Bloom Consultancy

Sector: Professional Services

Business Address: Brookside, The Rise, Edgware, London HA8 8NR

Business Email: Send message

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  • Qualifications
  • Main Expertise
  • Core Activities
  • B.A. Theology

    M.A. Theology

    In house Certificate – 12 Steps Addiction Therapy

    Foundation Certificate – Integrative Humanistic Psychotherapy

    Advanced Diploma – Integrative Humanistic Psychotherapy

    Certificate of Addiction Relapse Prevention Therapy

    MSc Organisational Psychology and Psychiatry from King’s College

    BACP Accreditation

    Certificate in SE Trauma Therapy

     

  • Coaching and Mentoring
    Communication
    Family Business Consultancy
    Family Business Management
    Family Charters/Constitutions
    Family Dynamics
    Family Systems
    Family Values
    Governance
    Mediation and Conflict Resolution
    Speaking at Events
    Succession Planning
    Wealth Management
    Wealth Planning
  • Consultant
    Coach or Mentor
    Family Business Consultant
    Mediator
    Wealth Manager

Company Description

Simon Bloom Consultancy is a psychologically informed consultancy that advises family enterprises. From start-ups to families with significant wealth, SBC works with its clients’, helping them develop their human capital, with a strong focus on succession planning. Our unique blend of neuroscience and organisational consulting, allows SBC to provides a holistic multi-disciplined approach for each enterprise to achieve its goals, leading to better double bottom line results.

Simon is a Family Enterprise Consultant. He works with family enterprises to help multi-generational families with the organisational, relational and personal aspects of their lives. From both personal and professional experience, Simon understands the complex nature of family enterprises and the challenges facing the different generations within them.

Simon also writes on these subjects and the content is available via his blog here