Michael A Potter is an International Management Development Trainer, Writer, Speaker, Globalist
and People Expert. He is one of the Leading Non-Academic Global Training and Management Development Consultants and has worked in an advisory capacity for a variety of Global Organisations.
Michael holds an MBA and a degree in Business Studies from the University of Liverpool together
with an MA in Organisational Analysis and Behaviour from the University of Lancaster, UK.
He is also a Chartered Fellow of the UK's Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and a former visiting lecturer to the University of Liverpool.
From a very young age Michael has always been interested in sport. During school years, he captained the school’s rugby league team and then went on to regularly represent Warrington - his home town. As a young footballer Michael represented his junior school and at the age of 11 was selected to represent the Warrington Juniors team. In 1974 Potter signed for the Bolton Wanderers Football Club who were then competing in the English Football League Division 1.
After retiring from football in 1987 Potter played Rugby Union as a fly-half/winger. He was a very keen league cricketer playing his first club/league cricket game in 1970 at just 11 years of age.