//byrne•dean
2019-02-27T17:00:55+01:00

Alison Best I’ve been at byrne·dean since 2012 and have two roles: firstly as part of the core facilitation team – running interactive training sessions across the globe; and secondly developing new training content – keeping up with clients’ needs, and the latest research and developments in psychology, neuroscience, leadership, technology and, Read more >

2019-02-27T17:03:07+01:00

Uxshely Chotai  I love to help other people – whether that is through just listening to them, supporting them or providing them with tools or information that they may find valuable.  This is probably pretty useful, given that I am a psychotherapist. I didn’t start my career as a therapist though – Read more >

2019-02-27T17:05:26+01:00

Sophie Clifford If you can resolve workplace issues before lawyers get involved, you should. I know this from practicing as an employment lawyer since 1998, advising and litigating, having worked for the UN, government, SMEs and start-ups, looking after employers and employees. Resolving workplace issues takes many forms. I love delivering the Read more >

2019-02-27T17:06:27+01:00

Matt Dean Victoria Byrne and I started byrne·dean in 2003 to create kinder, fairer, more productive workplaces.  My two head and neck cancers (2009 and 2016) have influenced my life and work. My first book ‘the Soft Stuff: reclaiming kindness for the world of work’ is published in April. I was an Read more >

2019-02-27T17:53:52+01:00

Paul Evans I carry out investigations for clients of byrne dean and also do some training. I spent 20 years working as an employment lawyer – first for Linklaters, representing employers, next for Rowley Ashworth, representing employees and trade unions. Subsequently I set up a niche employment firm with a former colleague Read more >

2019-02-27T17:55:18+01:00

Jenny Harrison My work as a training facilitator is underpinned by a life-long fascination with human behaviour and group dynamics.  I am driven by a strong desire to make a difference to people and workplaces and I believe that everyone has the right to feel included and valued so that they can Read more >

2019-03-07T10:20:26+01:00

Eleanor Handley How often do we hear the phrase, “it was just a miscommunication”? For the better part of two decades, across varied industries and offices, I have seen the same habits and patterns tripping people up. Whether you’re responsible for a presentation in front of 800 people, or giving feedback one Read more >

2019-03-11T10:19:36+01:00

Ellie Herriot I am a facilitator at byrne·dean and deliver a range of training sessions all over the world. I  am passionate about developing awareness and behaviours which allow employees and organisations to reach their full potential. I have experience running a huge range of sessions from all staff behavioural to leadership Read more >

2019-02-27T18:13:01+01:00

Jennifer Keane I joined byrne·dean in July 2018 with an events background as I wanted to be part of a company with a strong moral compass. I'm passionate about the commitment and dedication that the team have to creating kinder, fairer and more productive workplaces, and I'm proud to contribute to that Read more >

2019-02-28T12:54:54+01:00

Tara Kent  I passionately believe that everyone sets out to do their job to the best of their ability and with positive intent, no matter how it might seem to those around them. I’m equally certain that ‘perception is reality’ and that, whatever the intent, everyone can (and often does) have an Read more >