In 2012, he took a year’s sabbatical to study for a master’s degree in anthropology – something he had always been interested in – before returning. He’s now director of environment.
“Effectively, I translate our strategic goals into something real: new people, a process, a system, a culture, whatever it might be,” Adam explains. “It’s important for that to happen otherwise there is a risk of being stuck in the status quo.
“There are endless opportunities for people who are motivated and thrive on a challenge. The variety of work is immense and there is plenty of opportunity to move up the career ladder.”