Gaby Marcon

Gaby Marcon Clarke is the Director of Shine P&P, a mentoring specialist organization, and a business coach / mentor/ adviser.  Her mentoring expertise is in developing training for mentors, creating a mentoring culture within organisations as well as setting up mentoring programmes in UK and Europe.  Her business coach/mentoring specialisms are in strategy, marketing and organisational development with extensive experience in particular of entrepreneurial, owner-managed, family-owned businesses and partnerships.

 Holding accounting and a master qualification in museum and gallery management, Gaby has an unusual and broad frame of academic reference to complement her expertise.   She is  a qualified coach, is associated to the Oxford School of Coaching & Mentoring; is a board member of the Association for Business Mentors and CIPD qualified.  She is a regular contributor to trade magazines such as Training Zone, Personnel Today, TTG and Caterer & Hotelkeeper.  She launched the first ever SHINE Awards for Women’s Achievements in Travel, Tourism & Hospitality; has researched and written a Mentoring Toolkit and edited ‘Runway to Success’ a career management tool for women. She was featured in Director Magazine as ‘partnership of the month’; led a public sector contract to design and implement a management development programme, including mentoring which was replicated across 5 regions in the North West of the UK; provided Soft Management Skills at KPMG Forensic Department as well as K&L Gates, Atkins, BSI, Future Travel, Metropolitan Police as well as numerous public sector organisations.

She is currently a Growth Coach with Grant Thornton and works with a number of SMEs in the fastest growing fields of travel, tourism and hospitality where she accumulated more than 25 years’ experience. She supports start ups and SMEs to develop goals that have an impact on their growth and move onto the next level. She works alongside owner-managers and management teams to provide direction and give objective feedback on their business, based both on experience and theoretical underpinning. She very often adopts an ‘appreciative enquiry’ methodology aiming at building on what is working rather than focusing on what is missing.

 

     
   

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