TM_006r.jpgTerri McNerney

From her London base, Terri McNerney specialises in leadership, team and organisational development. Her work includes coaching, facilitation and workshop/event design and delivery, with a key focus on senior leadership team development, creative problem solving, diversity & inclusion, change and post-merger workshops.

Terri has more than twenty years experience with Global 500 companies. She has consulting experience in a variety of industries including petrochemical, broadcast media, pharmaceutical, energy, telecommunications and general merchandisers, as well as government and education sectors.

Prior to independent consulting, Terri held an organisational consulting role in BP Amoco's UK Merger Team and was a key player in the start-up of Amoco's European Shared Services (ESS) organisation. Amoco was regarded as the leader in its field at that time which resulted in the opportunity for numerous European conference presentations. Previously, Terri worked for Barings Bank (ING) and Conoco (ConocoPhillips) in a variety of organizational development, change management, training and human resources roles.

Terri holds an MSc in Organisational Consulting from Ashridge School of Management and completed her undergraduate degree in Education at London University. Amongst many qualifications, she is a Dialogue, Clean Language, Gestalt and Appreciative Inquiry Practitioner, trained in the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), the Ned Herrmann whole brain profile (HBDI) and is an accredited NLP Master Practitioner. Terri works with her clients to ensure each programme has the right mix, tailored to meet their specific needs.

Working with people, energising them to action and creating opportunities for conversations at all levels; this is what Terri does at work - and it's what gives her energy, too. Terri radiates warmth and energy, and works with her head, her heart and her gut feelings. She has an Irish background which may account for her warmth, the sparkle in her eyes and her sense of fun.