Tom Revington is an independent management consultant, leadership development practitioner and accredited coach.
Tom designs and delivers learning journeys for organisations, teams and individuals. He consults on strategy and organisational development topics.
Tom graduated from Oxford University with first class honours in Biochemistry. He was accredited as an executive coach by the university of Strathclyde under the supervision of one of the pioneers of executive coaching, Myles Downey, in 2012. In 2014, he was awarded an MSc (distinction) in Psychology, following research into the factors that help and hinder intentional personal change. Currently he serves as faculty at Oxford University’s Masters Programme in Surgical Science and Practice, and is a senior adviser to McKinsey & Company.
Tom began his career with the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office engaged in policy development, conflict resolution and inter-governmental negotiations. After a posting in Istanbul he returned to the UK to lead a team of economists and political analysts providing personal briefing to the UK Prime Minister and Chancellor of the Exchequer.
In 2004 Tom joined McKinsey & Company’s public sector practice in the London office, serving clients on organisational and operations topics until 2012. Between 2010 and 2012, he helped pioneer one of McKinsey’s first non-traditional client service models as Head of Client Service for the McKinsey Hospital Institute. This venture developed and ran innovative leadership development and capability building programmes. Since 2012, Tom has focused on his independent management consulting, leadership development and coaching practice.