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Eliot set up Greenlight in 2008, his no – nonsense approach to networking, building contacts and working with stakeholders is refreshing. Eliot’s career has seen him work in different market sectors across financial services, logistics, telecoms, and the public sector.
Not being afraid to have the “difficult conversations”, personal confidence and ability to uncover and drive valuable improvement and positive change into customer’s business, Eliot also has many years of practical experience of board level influencing, change consulting and stakeholder engagement.
Eliot was the winner of the 2012 Jersey IoD Director of the Year for a Medium Sized Business and the 2012 UK National Young Director of the Year.
BSc – Industrial Information Technology
DISCover Practitioner (Behavioural Profiling)
Total respect for a band that have been playing for 30 years, yet continue to produce fresh new music with each new thing they do.
Running – as both a hobby and a necessary part of my routine to help with de-stressing, thinking and learning – I read books using Audible.com and listen to Podcasts. We live in such a beautiful part of the world that it can be an absolute delight to get out there and take it all in.
Biggest Role Model
There are so many for so many different reasons it’s hard to choose one. From personal and public life. For one that people will know, it’s hard not to have massive respect for Richard Branson and his can-do attitude to business. Screw it, let’s do it. Many find it hard to like him personally, but you can do nothing but admire his drive, determination and achievements.
Favourite Restaurant in the Channel Islands?
It has to be Salty Dog. Their Surf and Turf is amazing.
If you could travel back and witness any historical event, what would you choose and why?
I’d love to see the asteroid that caused the Chicxulub crater which people believe caused the mass extinction of the dinosaurs. Such power… though I wouldn’t stay for long!
Where in the world would you most like to visit that you haven’t already?
Probably Machu Picchu – looks like an amazing place to visit
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