Introducing Paul Duxbury

Human Resources/Learning and Development/Organisational Development Professional and Manager

Paul Duxbury is focused on actively solving business problems and developing individuals to enable them to achieve in their roles.

He makes himself accessible to colleagues at all levels of the organisation. He works to understand the impact on the organisation and individuals of Training projects and activities he is involved in. Working in the commercial or not for profit environment as a Learning and Development Manager he aims to take a people centred approach to encourage engagement.

As well as being an experienced Learning and Development Manager he is also a commercially astute Change Management expert. When managing change he is focused on achieving and delivering value for money. He has delivered solutions which enhanced leadership capability/team performance, adapting my approach and delivery methods to reflect the needs of the organisation.

Recent Achievements:

  • Re-focused, developed and managed the eLearning offering across the Group;
  • Recruited, established and managed a new Operational Training Team to address the needs of our Supply Chain operations;
  • Managed a substantial Outplacement Programme as part of the most significant Transformation Project undertaken by the Group;
  • Undertook a large exercise to establish levels of compliance for core mandatory/legal training and developed a needs-led Training Calendar to achieve compliance;
  • Developed a “Grow Our Own” approach to development of staff which addressed attraction and retention issues;
  • Collaborated with De Montfort University and developed the enhanced MSc Property Management for Property Managers.

Areas of Expertise:

  • Human Resources Management
  • Training Management and Delivery
  • Leadership Development
  • On-boarding and Induction
  • Change and Transformation
  • Project Management
  • Stakeholder and Supplier Relationship Management
  • Coaching
  • Apprenticeship Levy Management
  • LMS Development, Implementation and Management

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