Session on 26 November 2019 11:00 UTC - View on timetable
Dr Julie Haddock-Millar and Colm Murphy will introduce this World Café/Round Table Dialogue and moderate the session.
Dr Jullie Haddock- Millar is the EMCC Global WorkGroup Leader for International Standards for Mentoring and Coaching Programmes (ISMCP) in organisations. Julie works with both public and private sector organisations and holds positions with Middlesex University (UK), International University of Monaco, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, EMCC, and the Higher Education Academy. She is a Consultant, Researcher and Academic, specialising in learning and development (L&D), mentoring and coaching.
She works with organisations to develop, implement and evaluate L&D interventions. Some of her current projects include the design and delivery of the first NHS Leadership Academy EMCC Global Quality Award (EQA) Bespoke Mentor Training Programme; the design and delivery of the first EMCC Global Quality Award Programme Manager Training Programme (PMQA); she is currently leading on three projects with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) creating the evaluation framework for the MCHub Norway mentoring, individual and team coaching initiatives and carrying out the 2 to 3 year longitudinal impact evaluation. Working with Khulisa, UK, she is collaborating on a mentoring impact evaluation study.
Julie is currently Associate Professor (Practice) and Senior Teaching Fellow of Human Resource Management and Development at Middlesex University Business School and Visiting Professor at the International University of Monaco. She leads and teaches on a number of postgraduate programmes in the public and private sector, including an MA in Management International Payments Ecosystem with Worldpay, MA Further Education Sector Management and Executive MBAs.
Colm Murphy is the EMCC Global WorkGroup Leader for Team Coaching. Colm is Head of Coaching Programmes at University College Dublin Smurfit School of Business and contributes to their executive development programmes. He is the Founder of Dynamic Leadership Development Ireland; official partner in Ireland for Zenger Folkman, a global leader in leadership research and development.
Working with leaders and teams to achieve learning, growth and transformation that results in high performance, Colm helps his clients clarify success and purpose, recognise their strengths and development areas through diagnostics and feedback, create a plan that is aligned to the organization, and execute successfully till the behaviour or mindset change is embedded. His clients include EMC, Activision, Agilent, Apple, Twitter, LinkedIn, UCD, American Chamber of Commerce, Arthur Cox, Allianz, Eircom, Irish Life, Pfizer, CityJet, Environmental Protection Agency, and Dept of An Taoiseach.
As a coach, his distinctiveness is in combining his own personal global blue chip leadership experience with a track record of coaching success built on his ability to build rapport, provide support and challenge, raise awareness, think systemically and explore the psychological dimensions of performance. He was a director in Symantec and previously head of Learning in Deloitte Ireland.
Colm is currently completing a professional doctorate focussing on Team Coaching with the University of Portsmouth Business School in the UK.