Chief Executive, Paul Oginsky, Assoc CIPD is a renowned speaker on relational management at events and conferences and has had numerous articles published on personal development and self-esteem. Paul has formed two national charities that placed personal development at the heart of their purpose and is widening the reach of personal development through PDP.
A founder of two youth charities Weston Spirit and The Young Adult Trust, Paul writes and speaks extensively on the concept of personal and social development and character building in education and has developed several educational models which are used to explain service provision (The Oginsky Model), personal progression (The Integrated Development Model), Engagement (8 steps to engaging young people). Paul has advised national governments, political parties, charitable trustees, local governments and large cooperate organisations on effective programme development.
He is recognised as the architect of programmes such as National Citizen Service (UK Government), On your Marks (Dame Kelly Holmes Trust), Reach for the Sky (Sky TV) and Just Ask Me (O2) Paul is widely accepted to a leading authority on youth development.
“Paul Oginsky has a fantastic track record of inspiring a generation of young people to live lives of purpose and achievement,”
Prime Minister Rt. Hon. David Cameron MP
He also works extensively with people over 30 years of age however, helping them into employment, build positive relationships and achieving more rewarding lives.
Paul is a founding trustee of Lifeskills Education and Alcohol Foundation (LEAF) grant making trust and a governor of the Big Creative Academy in Walthamstow.
He once won £20,000 on a TV game show, he has run 10 marathons and parachuted 84 times, raised money for charity as a stand-up comic, completed ‘Tough Mudder’, is a qualified electrician, a black belt in karate and took part in an expedition to save the Kakapo Bird. He is happily married to Julie and has a son aged Lee 22 and daughter Siobhan aged 20 years.