Simon is a business growth specialist. A former practising lawyer in London, he moved into management consulting following an M.B.A from City University, London and a two year stint in the advertising world. Since then, he has spent over 20 years helping professional and advisory service firms, particularly law firms, achieve greater success through leadership, management and innovation. Apart from his consulting, coaching and writing, Simon addresses and facilitates conferences and partner retreats worldwide. His writing career has included articles published in professional journals globally and on-line. He has written two best-selling books, Why Lawyers Should Eat Bananas which has been translated into Russian and Why Entrepreneurs Should Eat Bananas which has been translated into Portuguese and Spanish. His latest book Legal Eagles was released November 2010. He is also a renowned humourous speaker especially in his guise as The Business Imposter.
He is a keen supporter of Notts County FC, the world's oldest football club which celebrates its 150th anniversary in 2012.
The club is reputedly the world's most stressful football club to support,
He is a founding member of the Law Management Group.