Courtleigh Management Institute exists to solve the critical issues facing our clients, both large and small. Our unique approach is not only what differentiates us, but also what makes us successful. We provide a broad range of services and solutions to help organisations facilitate change, achieve their vision and optimize performance and productivity.
We also deliver training solutions to corporates, government agencies, public sectors, multinational organisations and private individuals. Our primary focus is delivering training in a wide range of business areas from Personal Development, Human Resources, Marketing, Operations to Strategy and Management courses.
Meet The Core Management Team
Our huge team of exceptional and results-driven consults love to work with our growing clientele. The team is eager to learn, open to new ideas and technologies and is adaptable to the fast-changing and increasingly complex business environment. Meet representatives of our Core Management Team below.
Prof. Leon Goldman
Professor Goldman is well respected within the Higher Education sector in The UK. He has been active in this sector for over 30 years and brings on board a wealth of experience.
Having served as Principal for several academic institutions, consulted for awarding bodies and corporates and offered advice to government bodies, Professor remains dedicated to improving the learning experience of every individual that he has had the pleasure of serving.
Professor Leon sits on various management boards and is supported by an MBA, MSc Management, DBA among other academic accolades.
Peter Soxx Soko
Peter, a serial and portfolio entrepreneur, has over 25 years experience and insight in business, coupled with15 concurrent years as an academic - lecturing and training in higher education - thereby allowing him to remain highly competitive, up to date and well sought after.
He sits on several management boards and as a gifted speaker, he is often invited to host or guest speak at white collar events. He has held various talks, seminars and workshops covering various aspects of business, management and leadership. He enjoys his role as mentor and philanthropist.
He is supported by an MBA, an MSc International Marketing Management, an LLM International Legal Studies and is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations as well as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing.
Samantha wears several hats and is the oil in our engine. She is not only the Chief Registrar and compliance officer, she is also our office manager and contact point for most of our stakeholders.
She has worked as an academic assessor, administrator, board secretary and operations manager in her previous life before joining us, all within the training and business consultancy fields and therefore she comes with a wealth of experience and a steady hand.
Samantha currently sits on two management boards, is a trustee for an internationally expanding youth business mentorship charity organisation and is often invited on women's social platforms to share thoughts and experiences in business, with an emphasis on start-ups.
She has an MBA and an MSc in Human Resource Management and is currently studying towards her PhD degree.
As Seen On
“Working with Courtleigh Management Institute was a breath of fresh air. I felt at home as they patiently walked me with me until my company launched successfully. They have continued to support me - their commitment is unquestionable. I would recommend them to anyone struggling with starting a business.”
David Sylvester, London
“Their attention to detail and level of professionalism is superior. Very calm, dedicated and patient with us. We love the energy they bring and we could ask for no better set of consultants to work with.”
Tendai Nyandoro, UK
“The team at Courtleigh are fun to work with! They are friendly and focused. Their creativity and business knowledge was very valuable in our rebranding exercise and we have now created a desk for them in our office as we constantly call on them for advice. They are a small business' big brother.”