Neil Mullarkey, author of Seven Steps to Improve Your People Skills and founder-member of the world-famous improv troupe the Comedy Store Players



Neil Mullarkey co-founded the Comedy Store Players, in 1985, with Mike Myers. He studied Economics and Social Sciences at Cambridge where he was President of the Footlights. His credits include Whose Line Is It Anyway and two Austin Powers movies. 
Since 1999 he has been bringing the skills of theatre and especially improvisation to hundreds of organisations in the public and private sectors. His work has taken him to twenty-four countries. He is a Visiting Lecturer at Cass Business School, City University. 
His clients include Microsoft, WPP, KPMG, Saatchi & Saatchi, Vodafone, Ernst & Young, PA Consulting, Unilever, Google, UK Sport, Centrica, the BBC, Volvo, ITV, the NHS and many business schools.
He trained in executive coaching at Ashridge Hult Business School. He has coached top leaders in financial and professional services, publishing and the third sector. His book, 'Seven Steps to Improve Your People Skills' was published in October 2017.