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Date 17 June 2020
Time 9:00-11:00 BST
Debora brockwell 750 3 Brockwell 03 mtime20191127163724
Denise Fryer008 mtime20191127163812
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Her working background has involved partnering with global organisation and individuals in a variety of market sectors including retail, finance, healthcare, hotels, facilities management, logistics, digital, motor industry, pharmaceutical, oil, construction, education, consultancy, government, institutions and media. She has worked extensively in North America and other parts of the globe including Bermuda, Malta, Oman, Singapore, Denmark, Switzerland, Dubai, Hong Kong, Greece and India. This international experience offers a credibility and confidence to the delegates and coachees she works with.

Denise’s experience gives her an excellent insight into the challenges faced by managers and leaders in today’s complex changing times. She works with organisations to develop their leadership and management capability primarily through executive coaching and designing and implementing development interventions. As an executive coach, she works with individuals, using simple and effective ways to maximise both their performance and clarify their future potential.

Her early career saw her develop through a training and development route, which culminated in her holding the position of Training and Development Manager for a large hotel group with 8 hotels in the UK. Working with this organisation for 10 years she operated at the corporate level with responsibility for the organisation development plan and budget, graduate scheme, conferences and pre and post opening of three hotels. As an Executive Fellow she has been working with Henley Business School since June 2013, as a Programme Director for the Developing Management Practice Programme.

*Per member organisation. “Up to” indicates the maximum number per member organisation, it is not an allocation of places. All places are subject to availability at the time of nomination. Nomination Forms are dealt with on a first come first served basis and a place cannot be booked or held without a fully completed and approved Nomination Form.