Faculty & Staff

Dr. Ken Ideus

Dr. Ideus’ work in human growth and development spans over 40 years.  His experience includes corporate leadership, organizational change and communication issues including extensive experience in Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific, China South America and Africa.   

Following a successful corporate career, culminating as global head of leadership development for BP in 1996, Ken founded Delta Partnership Ltd. of London, a network based consultancy providing organizational development, change support and executive coaching services to a range of international clients. Working through his private practice, I-Deos Consulting since 2011, his work continues in the areas of strategic learning, business change, organisation capability building, leadership coaching and authentic expression through Leader's Voice® (www.leadersvoice.co.uk).  He received his Doctorate in Education from Boston University, is a member of the International Futures Forum as well as NTL (National Training Laboratories) and served as chairperson of the International Programmes Committee of the EFMD (European Foundation for Management Development).  He has served as an adjunct faculty member at Imperial College London and recently joined the visiting faculty at Wits Business School, Centre for Leadership, in Johannesburg.  Dr. Ideus was recently appointed the first chancellor of Mikese University in Southern Sudan, an institution he helped found and build in this war torn arena. His collaboration model, is based on his experience as well as research in the success and failure of joint ventures in the energy industry.  “Collaboration in a Competitive World” has been publised as a practitioner’s tool in the recently released “Building Better Teams”, published by Pfeiffer. His integrated frame for human development has served as the core for the  recently released book “Finding Merlin”, which depicts a roadmap for human development, by Kate Cowie, published by Marshall-Cavendish.  Ken now resides in London balancing his time between there and Johannesburg.