About Us

What Is TeamDoctor?

Team Doctor is a collaboration between Team-i, a highly successful Teamwork and Leadership development organisation and The Sound Doctor, the UK’s leading source of health education for patients using films, animations, interactive e-learning programmes and podcasts.

TeamDoctor Online Courses and Films have been created with experts including The President of the CIPD, The Chief Executive of Mental health First Aid England, MIND, and a host of clinicians and psychologists.  

The courses are widely used within the NHS, endorsed by leading healthcare professionals and  and have excellent evaluations and very high satisfaction ratings from users.

The senior team consists of award winning broadcast journalist and experienced people manager and change managers who understand the demands of business and the impact of mental health and wellbeing on teams and their productivity.

"The quality of the films are, in my experience, unmatched anywhere in the world.”
Dr Charles Alessi, Senior Advisor Public Health England

The Senior Team

Dominic Arkwright is an award winning reporter who worked at the BBC for more than 20 years, mostly on Radio 4 's Flagship current affairs programme, Today, as well as Newsnight and The PM. Programme. He hosted two of his own discussion programmes – ‘Off the Page' and 'The Call' on Radio 4, and made a number of substantial documentaries.

Rosie Runciman also worked at the BBC for more than 20 years on Radio 4's Today programme, Newsnight, Radio 5 Live and at The World Service. She was Editor of Newshour with a global audience of over 40 million and won Sony awards for programme content for 9/11 and the fall of the Berlin Wall.

Tim Thurston is an experienced Managing Director and business leader, with over 30 years of management experience. Most of Tim’s career has been in publishing, where he has been managing director of five different business. These have included magazines, newspapers, radio and local TV stations. During Tim’s career he has led and developed teams to achieve consistent success. He established a reputation for developing people and successfully managed several change programmes.

He has attended the Henley School of Management and Cranfield Business School. He is also a qualified football and cricket coach.

Tim launched Team-I in 2017, using the success of elite sport as the narrative for helping companies to embed the key elements of successful teams into their business.