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Peter Hart

Peter HartAfter a degree in Chemical Engineering, Peter followed a sales career but quickly decided that his entrepreneurial spirit needed more stretching. Starting a business at age 24 brought all the challenge required particularly supplying the North Sea oil industry in its boom times.


The business was sold to a major oil company and life took a different tangent. A new venture produced 1.5 million baby high-chairs, employed 70 people and won the queens award for export and was later sold to a major French baby company.


As Sales Director of Insights during the development years of the Discovery report, the education continued writing training programmes, running accreditations and train the trainer sessions for Eli Lilly, BT, Axa, British Airways and many more. Peter then followed a dream and spent several years building a garden.


Organisational Reflections Ltd, now trading as i-comment360, was started on the days too wet for any work outside.



Gill Hart

Gill HartGill has had a varied career. From training as a teacher, to being involved in manufacturing baby products, to organising British exhibition stands in Europe, to importing nursery products from far off lands; then re-exporting many of the products to other not so far off lands; to running a very swish bed and breakfast business, to organising garden openings with Scotland's Garden Scheme for charity, to being involved in local community projects. Somewhere in the middle of that she obtained a degree in Business Development and Entrepreneurship.



Louisa Dawson

Louisa DawsonLouisa studied Accountancy and French at the University of Aberdeen, including spending year as an English language assistant in a French secondary school.  After graduating she joined PwC in the audit and assurance department, where she gained her Chartered Accountancy qualification.  In nearly six years as an auditor, Louisa worked on a wide variety of different clients, both large and small, in a variety of different industries from pension schemes to manufacturing to telecommunications.  In addition to this she was a Development Team leader for graduates training at PwC.


After leaving PwC, Louisa spent an enjoyable five years as Financial Controller of an AIM listed technology company, keeping engineers and sales people in line and teaching them how to submit expense claims properly!  When that business was purchased by a large American company, Louisa moved into the Finance department of a utility company, leading the team responsible for accounting for cash received and customer debt.  While in this role, she also completed the company's leadership training programme.  Since her first son was small, she has also been treasurer of the local NCT branch, helping to raise funds for the branch and the national charity.


Louisa understands the challenges of team communication in groups brought together for their technical skills and applies her unique blend of professional qualifications and passion for people development to her role.