We are committed to helping individuals develop to their full potential. Our
training workshops are interactive and motivational and cover a wide range of
personal and interpersonal subjects. All our sessions are designed specifically
with the individual client in mind and are run by one of the partners only.
Tony Bray, a partner in Vitae Peritia has an international reputation as a trainer
and facilitator on management and staff issues. He has written twenty highly
successful books and training packages published by the UK’s leading publishers,
with sales in excess of 2.5 million pounds.
After graduating from Sandhurst he served as a troop-commander before
joining BT where he held a variety of management and training roles. He was
also Chief of Administration at the Commonwealth Telecoms Bureau, managing
the estates and HR and International Secretariat functions. He then started
his own training consultancy and has worked with a wide variety of organisations
from FTSE 100 companies to partnerships and sole traders. He brings the same
level of expertise and enthusiasm to all his work.
Tessa Simpson worked in marketing and public relations management before
moving into the training field. With a Master of Arts Degree in Psychology, she
is also a Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) Practitioner, career counsellor and
Life Coach, She also holds the Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy, is a Reiki
Master and holds a Diploma in Colour Therapy. She is a member of the
International Association of Career Counselling Professionals, a member of the
General Hypnotherapy Register and a Member of IPD.
She began her own business in 1989, in training and career counselling before
going into partnership with Tony Bray in 2000. She writes for the press on
training and career issues and is an author for Fenman with publications
including Successful Networking. She is also co-author of Audio CD ‘Business
Relationships and Networking’ for Journey Learning, and co-author with Tony
Bray of A Manager’s First 100 Days for CIPD an international best seller. For
three and a half years she was also a columnist with The (Glasgow) Herald.