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Meet the Team



   Phillippa Mole

 

Phillippa has made the study of human performance her lifetime’s work. She holds a BA and MSc. Degree, is a Master Practitioner and certified trainer of NLP with specialist certification on the field of coaching, Practioner in Neuro Hypnotic Reprogramming and Master Practitioner in Time Line. She is the Principal Coach at Fresh Air.

 

Throughout her life she has watched “what makes things happen” and how people get the results they want. She is continually testing theories and techniques and pushing boundaries to find new ways to develop and share her experiences.

 

Phillippa studied Human Performance in sport, dance and art at St. John’s College York and then Sport Science and Performance Psychology at Loughborough University. Putting the theory into practice, along with a lot of training, she competed at Sprint hurdles for the South of England and for Great Britain in Bobsleigh.

 

After lecturing in Sport Psychology and Coaching at Manchester Metropolitan University and writing for the Sunday Telegraph, she made the jump into full time broadcasting. Presenting network television for GMTV and the BBC gave Phillippa another arena in which to study how people become high achievers in this very competitive field. Phillippa still presents and voices corporate videos and training materials.

 

Phillippa is continually updating her knowledge by attending conferences and Master classes with the best trainers in the world.

 

She has been described by others as fun loving, committed and able to cope in a crisis; she describes herself as curious, creative and tenacious.

 

   Max Jenner

 

Max joined the Fresh Air team in September 2017, taking on the role of PA to Phillippa Mole. His lifelong interests in verbal communication and inter-cultural affairs culminated in him beginning a degree in French and Italian at Oxford University.

 

Max has always been fascinated by the sounds, accents and ‘feel’ of language, as well as having a keen interest in how cultural conditions affect individual perceptions of the world.

 

He has been described by others as knowledgeable, flexible and humorous; he describes himself as committed, principled and approachable.