Doyle Clayton launches specialist career progression, executive coaching and professional mentoring service


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Posted on 10 Feb 2020

Doyle Clayton launches specialist career progression, executive coaching and professional mentoring service


Can you always see the quickest way to reach your goal? Or could you do with a helping hand in showing others the way ahead? 


To help CEOs and their senior leadership team members achieve their potential Doyle Clayton has launched its specialist career progression, executive coaching and professional mentoring service.

Led by the firm's Consulting HR Director, Sharon Handy, the service provides experienced professional HR mentors and executive coaches that help senior leadership team members and hi-potential employees achieve exceptional results and ROI through focusing on relationships and engagement to improve performance and productivity. Coaches also help executives to coach people in their own organisations so that they are able to effectively cascade experience and expertise and to develop their own learning cultures.


Peter Doyle, CEO said - 

"Over the years, I've seen coaching and mentoring make substantial differences to senior executives and their performance and in turn their organisation's success. In particular the external help that it brings provides a fresh perspective and an open mind that can help to unlock barriers, pinpoint needs and create clear and manageable goals. Where Sharon excels is using her experience in putting together carefully tailored programs that time and again deliver tangible measurable results."


Please click to find our more about our Executive Coaching & Professional Mentoring service or contact our specialist Consulting HR Director, Sharon Handy, to discuss how she may be able to help you or your organisation.

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