Executive Coaching
Martyn Melvin is an experienced and qualified Executive Coach who works with business people from all disciplines, helping on wide range of issues and in a way that is focused entirely of the needs of the person being coached. Coaching is essentially a facilitating experience where the coach helps to develop learning and understanding which brings about enhanced performance in the person being coached.

More about the coaching process

  • Firstly we see you, without commitment, to discuss your needs and what you want to get out of coaching.
  • We explain what coaching is and what it is not- there are sometimes misconceptions.
  • If you wish we draw up a coaching contract which covers our ethics which cover our work, tell you the approaches and techniques we use to facilitates learning and personal development and agree the practicalities such as cost, timing, location,
  • We also agree your goals and how we can measure these- we like to measure your progress too.
  • All our work is entirely confidential and not shared with your employer unless you wish it.
  • Unlike some organisations we have no minimum number of sessions and no maximum either, it is entirely client driven to fit your needs.

Actual examples of coaching in 2010 are:

  • Improved delegation
  • Presentation skills
  • Strategy development
  • Time management
  • Workload planning
  • Managing and motivating people
  • Career development
  • Improving self awareness

More about Martyn
He is a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD and has an MA in Human Resource Management from Oxford Brookes University. He has a level 7 certificate in Executive Coaching and Leadership Mentoring from the Institute of leadership and Management .He has held Senior and Board-level HR positions in a variety of industries including pharmaceutical, drinks, FMCG and electronics both in the UK and internationally. In the 1990’s he was a member of the one of the south west’s largest Management Buy Out teams when he and 5 other Directors paid £140m for three drinks companies from Allied Lyons. He was a main board Director of the new company with a role including HR, purchasing, facilities and property management. He also was responsible for selling a subsidiary distribution company of 250 people and a turnover of £10m to BOC. In 1994 the MBO team sold the companies at a profit to another drinks group.

From 1995 to 1999 he was Group Personnel Director for a UK listed international electronics company and from 1999 to 2007 he was HR Director and then Senior Vice President of Human Resources for an international biotechnology company based in Germany and the UK. Initially a Director of a UK plc, the company was successfully sold to a German listed company (for £316m) and he then took on the wider HR role for the new group .During his time there he worked in Europe and the US and won a silver award with Penna from the Management Consultancy Association for his work on employee engagement, which is written up in the book by Fiona Czerniaska and Paul May on award winning Case studies.

He is currently Chair of the Swindon and North Wilts CIPD branch and member of the CIPD council. He has written a number of articles on HR Management and has spoken at a variety of HR related conferences and events.

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