Mayvin - A specialist Leadership and Organisational Development company
Mayvin /‘meIvIn/ def: [also Maven - Yiddish/Hebrew]: ‘trusted expert in a particular field’
Carol is a Leadership Development Coach with a successful track record gained over 20 years in both the private and public sectors. Carol specializes in helping senior managers to lead organizational change through developing effective behaviours and relationships. She is highly experienced in 1:1 and team coaching and the facilitation of senior management groups at critical decision points within strategic planning processes.
Bryan is a coach, facilitator, psychotherapist and coaching supervisor. He has worked with professional service firms for a number of years. They include lawyers, accountants and surveying practices. He also works with CEO's and COO's in financial institutions, the pharmaceutical industry and the insurance sector. He was a lawyer for 20 years with responsibility for heading up a department and managing a team as well as being on the management executive.
Sarah works with a broad range of commercial and not-for-profit organisations designing and delivering high impact development programmes. She has become a trusted advisor and developed leadership and talent development programmes with a number of leading commercial and not-for-profit organisations including Glaxosmithkline, Network Rail, RBS, Coutts Bank, MS Society and Friends of the Earth.
Peter is a consultant, facilitator and coach with an international background in leadership and organisational development. He has designed, developed and run leadership development programmes with local government, national government, and the NHS, as well as with private sector organisations such as KPMG, ABN Amro, Pfizer and PwC. He is passionate about the development of individuals to fulfil both personal and organisational objectives.
Cathy has over 25 years of experience of working as a coach, facilitator, mediator and developer in organisations. She has designed and delivered a wealth of leadership, management, organisational development and executive coaching programmes tailored to meet the individual requirements of the public, private or not-for-profit sector client and has worked with many senior teams and Boards. A key focus for her is in building the leadership capability of her clients.
Penny specialises in developing leadership and team effectiveness. She has extensive experience in work with client groups who have to cross boundaries, whether these are boundaries between sectors; between organisations, for example between and a company and its suppliers; between teams within an organisation or between national cultures. She has particular interest and experience in working with professionals such as doctors and scientists whose role requires them to meet both the demands of their discipline and their organisation.
LeeAnn Mallorie is an executive coach, specialising in deep level personal and organizational change. She is at skilled at designing assessments and training sessions that resolve difficult team dynamics. Clients value her intuition, her presence, and her ability to give clear, simple feedback that serves as a mirror to greater self-awareness.
Liz has worked for over 20 years with individuals, teams and organisations to assist them in engaging thoughtfully with change at a variety of levels. She has been working with FTSE 100, public sector and not-for profit organisations since 1998. Prior to that, her work focused for fifteen years in the psychotherapeutic realm, working with individuals and groups. Through this she developed a deep understanding of the psychological processes involved in change, personal motivation, transition processes and human interaction.
Chris has been working in management and leadership development since 1987. He also has extensive experience in one to one business coaching, interpersonal skills training and designing team-building events. He has a particular interest in diversity and new models of leadership. His experience of leading staff in front line service delivery roles means his development programmes are informed by practical first hand experience.
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Having worked closely with Martin on several leadership courses, I can say he is one of the best training facilitators I have been on any course with. His natural passion and ability to listen and help people reach their full potential is outstanding. The feedback he gave me was as if he had known me all his life and was really helpful.”
Ray Berry, Rig Manager (Oil & Gas company)
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.