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My name is Simon Heath. I am a consulting artist. I spend my time helping people who need to visualise the things that are important to them. Vision. Values. Challenges. Journeys. Futures. Big stuff and small stuff. Unique.

I’m a professional artist whose primary role is listening. I coach, when appropriate. I offer advice, when appropriate. I facilitate (hell, I’ve got the Sharpies). But I know my stuff.

I used to have a grown up job. You can find out a bit about my former incarnations and see what people I’ve worked with have to say about me here. If I have one as an artist working in the corporate space, this is my USP. I understand the corporate world. From the post room to the board room. I’ve worked in both.

Pretty much all of my work comes through Twitter. It’s proven to be an effective shop window. If you want to see examples of my artwork, that’s the best place to go look. You can find me there as @SimonHeath1

This blog was set up as a place for me to make sense of my thoughts. Some of those thoughts were enjoyed by other people. Some of them even asked me to write for them, like the lovely folk at OfficeInsight.

If you are interested in a conversation about how I can help you, drop me a line at sjheath@live.co.uk or tweet me @SimonHeath1 and I’ll come straight back to you. I’d love to hear what you need to say or the challenges you’re facing and help you bring your story to life in a unique way or to help you find a way through them.

My trading style is SpeechBubble EQArtistic Intelligence For Business

48 comments

  1. […] I love the Twitter community: thank you  to Simon Heath @SimonHeath1 for the following Birthday Blog […]

  2. Hello
    I am responsible for the article in Personnel Today. When we publish survey reports as news stories we are not endorsing the findings. When we want to make an editorial comment we make it clear that is what we are doing. I am not a statistician but I understand that a sample size of 100 or more is considered reasonable to extrapolate from. In this case the sample size is lower than that and readers of the news story can draw their own conclusions from that. Nevertheless it is a survey of HR directors and it is worthy of note that so high a proportion feel their HR functions are “ineffective” and taken with other evidence the finding doesn’t seem out of line with what you would expect in general. On another point, you cite Stephen Jay Gould to give authority to your argument, but Gould isn’t without his critics either – for example Stephen Pinker, the experimental psychologist and science writer has accused Gould of drawing false conclusions from data that doesn’t support his own views.

    1. Thank you for taking the time to comment Noel. I was, of course, not calling into question journalistic integrity. I merely wanted to point out that data can be open to shades of interpretation and your point about Gould serves to reinforce that cautionary note.

  3. […] Image by @simonheath1 Used with kind permission. You can visit Simon’s blog for insight into business as well as good writing and musings about work at: https://workmusing.wordpress.com/about/  […]

  4. […] by Simon Heath, social media’s “Quick Draw McGraw” – a corporate artist who works with us […]

  5. […] the storyboard and lyrics to the song to whet your appetite, with illustrations by Simon Heath, social media’s “Quick Draw McGraw” who were are working with in New York when we deliver the innovation […]

  6. […] Thank you for all your support and please excuse this exuberance !  I hope it’s also instructive in terms of your own approaches to marketing and dealing with the media.   If you have not seen the MOVIE, here it is – produced by Val and Errol Whitter of i54newmedia with illustrations from Simon Heath: […]

  7. […] hard work but a great deal of fun.  Here is the rogue’s gallery, expertly illustrated by Simon Heath, social media’s “Quick Draw […]

  8. […] my collaborator extraordinaire. You can find him on Twitter @SimonHeath1 or via his excellent blog. I really can’t recommend him highly […]

  9. […] Artwork for today (and every day!) by the brilliant Simon Heath. […]

  10. […] Artwork for today (and every day!) is by the brilliant Simon Heath. […]

  11. […] Artwork for today (and every day!) is by the brilliant Simon Heath. […]

  12. […] Artwork for today (and every day!) is by the brilliant Simon Heath. […]

  13. […] Artwork for today (and every day!) is by the brilliant Simon Heath. […]

  14. […] Artwork for today (and every day!) is by the brilliant Simon Heath […]

  15. […] Artwork for today (and every day!) is by the brilliant Simon Heath. […]

  16. […] Artwork for today (and every day!) is by the brilliant Simon Heath. […]

  17. […] Artwork for today (and every day!) is by the brilliant Simon Heath. […]

  18. […] Artwork for today (and every day!) is by the brilliant Simon Heath. […]

  19. […] Artwork for today (and every day!) is by the brilliant Simon Heath. […]

  20. […] Artwork for today (and every day!) is by the brilliant Simon Heath. […]

  21. […] Artwork for today (and every day!) is by the brilliant Simon Heath. […]

  22. […] Artwork for today (and every day!) is by the brilliant Simon Heath. […]

  23. […] for today (and every day!) is by the brilliant Simon Heath and today he has excelled all expectations with his wonderful illustrations throughout this […]

  24. […] awesomesauce work. If you haven’t read them, then you should. More please, gentlemen. Blogs here: https://workmusing.wordpress.com/about/ and […]

  25. […] Artwork for today (and every day!) is by the brilliant Simon Heath. […]

  26. […] Artwork for today (and every day!) is by the brilliant Simon Heath. […]

  27. […] Artwork for today (and every day!) is by the brilliant Simon Heath. […]

  28. […] for today (and every day!) is by the brilliant Simon Heath who has done a fabulous job of illustrating all of these advent blogs….thank […]

  29. […] Dynamics and Academy of Rock offering.  To Steve Gorton, Marjolein Jupijn, Val and Errol Whitter, Simon Heath, Dave Brooks, Bernie Tormé, Ben Weinlick, Andrew Sentance, Professor Peter Childs, David […]

  30. […] Image by @simonheath1 Used with kind permission. You can visit Simon’s blog for insight into business as well as good writing and musings about work at: https://workmusing.wordpress.com/about/  […]

  31. […] welcome folks! Thanks to the brilliant Simon Heath for the illustration […]

  32. […] to plenty of people – in particular Neil Usher, Andrew Jacobs, David Goddin, Simon Heath, Broc Edwards and the brilliant Jane […]

  33. Hi Simon, Can you email me? I have a project for you. I heard about you from Merv Moorimootoo. [sp?]. Thanks, Beth Fallon

    1. Hi Beth. I’ve emailed you back via Merv’s email intro.

  34. […] Griffiths-Lambeth, Simon Heath and I will be running one in the near future in London. Let me know if you are interested in taking […]

  35. […] are the bloggers that take me say ooooh, like Simon Heath, Perry Timms and Neil […]

  36. “Turn on your people before you turn on your computer” I like this so much Ive mentioned it in my latest article

  37. […] like to thank the excellent Richard Westney and Simon Heath for helping me shape my thinking earlier in the week. Apparently that conversation stemmed from one […]

    1. Thanks Magnus. Looking forward to hearing you speak at the summit. And perhaps chatting in person…

  38. […] Image by Simon Heath […]

  39. […] to ThinkFM was consulting artist, Simon Heath, […]

  40. […] that we could really be highly analytical of poor performance without the tension of the set up? As Simon Heath so wonderfully […]

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