Miles works in leadership and organisation/governance development and is an independent meeting facilitator. He has particular expertise and experience in the not-for-profit and public sectors.
Since 1990 he has designed and delivered bespoke governance and leadership development programmes for a range of not-for-profit and public sector organisations in the UK and abroad.
He previously worked for the leadership development organisation Common Purpose as Programme Director between 2002 and 2006 where he opened and developed the new Mid Scotland office. He moved to Scotland in the summer of 1998 and began work for the Scottish Arts Council as Senior Development Officer (National Lottery). In April 2000 he became the manager of the SAC Lottery funded Advancement Programme - a scheme to help organisations achieve lasting positive change. He is an accredited Action Learning Set facilitator and has run training programmes in coaching and mentoring
Recent Leadership development projects include: the Newcastle-Gateshead Leadership Programme, Ethical Leadership for Senior Gazetted Officers (those in command of 500 or more officers) of the Sri Lanka Police, the Future Leaders Programme for Creative and Cultural Skills Scotland. He was Chair of the Board of the Macrobert Arts Centre in Stirling from 2009 to 2014.