One of the youngest ever to have been selected for the elite SAS, Floyd Woodrow MBE went on to win the second highest gallantry award for his work in Iraq and is now a renowned speaker on leadership in the business sector.
Floyd’s early career was as a soldier in the Parachute Regiment. He spent 4 years with the 1st Battalion before joining the SAS. During his time in the military, Floyd studied law and psychology and wrote his first book ‘Learning to Learn’. He was promoted to Major and finished his career as the head of the Counter Terrorist Unit where he ran a nationally recognised training programme.
Since leaving the military, Floyd established a consultancy business and became a director of a number of companies in the oil and gas industry and technology. Floyd has been the lead in a number of mergers ensuring that the companies in which he has been involved surpass their expected sales price. He has also been involved in numerous negotiations from hostage rescue to assisting businesses to fully reach their potential.
Floyd regularly lectures on leadership all over the world, recently winning a prestigious award as a high performing speaker. He has established an international reputation for designing and running leadership and elite performance training in sports, business, government, police, not-for-profit organisations and school.