Tristan Dugdale-Pointon is a Director of Phoenix Psychology and has supported Phoenix develop its approach to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.
Tristan has held lecturing and management positions within the public, education and voluntary sectors for over 25 years including work with both the armed forces and the emergency services. He has also engaged in a wide range of training and consultancy activities with statutory and voluntary sector organisations.
His main area of expertise focuses on inclusion and diversity in the work environment, advising organisations on UK equality legislation and building inclusive workplaces. He is an experienced misconduct investigator and has advised organisations on the outcome of internal misconduct investigations especially with cases centred around discrimination, bullying and harassment.
He has developed and delivered a wide range of training interventions including training for managers on how to deal with adverse work behaviours, unconscious bias, interview and selection, and managing employees with disability.
He is a trained and experienced coach and mentor with a focus on coaching around behaviours and coaching those with neurodiversity. Qualified as level 5 coach and mentor he has coached a variety of individuals from a range of organisations.
On a voluntary basis he is also a critical incident de briefer working to support emergency service personal who have witnessed traumatic events.
Training and Qualifications:
- BA (Hons) International Relations
- M.Sc (Econs) Strategic Studies, specialising in Intelligence and Counter Terrorism
- PGCE (Higher and Further Education
- FdA, Leadership and management
- Level 5 Coach and mentor
- Acas trained meditator
Accreditation to Professional Bodies:
- Registered British Psychological Society (BPS) psychological test user Ability and Personality