Mayvin - A specialist Leadership and Organisational Development company
Mayvin /‘meIvIn/ def: [also Maven - Yiddish/Hebrew]: ‘trusted expert in a particular field’
Following the merger of two global telecoms providers, we were brought in by the head of the ‘Business Infrastructure...
This family-owned logistics company was growing rapidly and wanted to ensure...
This is one of the UK’s most prestigious universities. They needed a highly focused...
This organisation serves a population of over five million people and covers major conurbations in...
This business owns many of the world’s largest and best known pharmaceutical brands...
We were approached by the Head of HR of this local authority to develop a ‘One Council’ leadership development...
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Martin’s deep understanding of how people tick make him an ideal choice as a Consultant or Coach. Whether he is facilitating teams toward enhanced communication, improved cohesiveness and greater productivity, or coaching an individual looking to make a change in their life or raise their game, Martin is superb at gauging just how to interact to get the best results. I recommend him highly.”
Clare Myatt, Founder (Coaching International)
The world is full of customers, clients and opportunities.
Like a weather system, the world is not predictable.
In human systems, the heart matters as much as the head.
The physical body matters as much as the heart.
Knowledge is not absolute - people’s perspectives and contexts matter.
There are different types of knowledge - insights and feelings matter as much as clear-headed reasoning.
People’s stories about what is going on matter more than the ‘objective’ truth.
Relationships, connections and politics matter.
Repeating patterns matter.
Diversity is a business-critical issue, not just an ethical one.
The world is ever-changing, messy and not always as it seems, but it is possible to find moments of clarity when the way forward suddenly becomes clear.