Glenys Hurst-Robson

Glenys is a creative workforce and organisational development specialist. She is a primary school governor and a clerk to 3 primary school governing bodies. She has extensive knowledge and experience of training and organisational development, school governance, coaching, mentoring, marketing, policy and resource development achieved through a diverse career in the private, public and voluntary sectors. Glenys is a highly experienced trainer, including recently having delivered governor induction and other governor roles and responsibilities training, safeguarding, safer recruitment, ‘hot topics’ for governors, and clerks’ briefings. She successfully completed a two day CIPD accredited trainer training course in January 2017. Whilst working in local government in Children and Family Services for over 16 years, she held a variety of roles including Principal HR Officer for Schools, Governor and Workforce Development Manager and, latterly, Schools’ Partnership Development Manager. She has also managed and delivered the multi-agency children’s safeguarding training for a Local Children’s Safeguarding Board. 

What our clients are saying about Glenys…

“Lots of relevant information, looking forward to getting the follow up resources. Very comprehensive, clear and useful resources for further reading and grounding for understanding our role as governors in safeguarding. Brilliant question prompts too.”

Governor in Cheshire East

“The lady delivering the session, Glenys Hurst Robinson, was excellent. She presented the materials in an upbeat and engaging way. Being able to see her on screen alongside the slides was great. The slides were comprehensive and I’m really pleased to have access to those. The break out room discussions were focused and engaging. The session ran to time exactly, which was really good at that time of day and considering the amount of content to be covered.”

Governor in Cheshire East

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