At prysmhr I take pride in ensuring my solution focussed approach will add value to your internal capacity to support service modernisation and improve quality of delivery, whilst ensuring excellence in employment practice.
I am a highly experienced and qualified consultant with an in depth knowledge of Human Resources and Organisational Development. I understand the challenges facing organisations striving to increase efficiency whilst engaging with staff to deliver high standards of service delivery, in an environment of constant change and financial pressures. I have a wealth of experience gained within the public sector and work with a network of associates, able to provide support across England and Wales.
I have a strong focus on project management and implementation and a philosophy of stakeholder engagement to achieve results.
CV – Glenys Taylor
FCIPD, MSC HR Leadership, Coaching Diploma
Glenys Taylor is the Director and principle consultant within prysmhr. She is a chartered Human Resource practitioner with both managerial and consultancy experience gained in the public and private sectors.
Glenys set up prysmhr in February 2009 and has considerable experience of providing consultancy support to organisations across the NHS. She previously held director level appointments in Inventures and NHS Partners, both former NHS trading agencies, and prior to commencing her consultancy career in 1996, Glenys was Head of HR for a NHS Trust.
Whilst possessing a strong knowledge and understanding of the technical aspects of employment, Glenys demonstrates strengths in personal and organisational development, facilitating and supporting many clients through change projects. She has significant experience of undertaking sensitive disciplinary and grievance investigations and is thorough, non-judgemental and objective.
As a qualified coach, Glenys has experience of coaching senior NHS managers, from both HR and General Management backgrounds. Typical themes have included career development issues, managing transition and undertaking new roles.
Glenys possesses excellent analytical, interpersonal and facilitative skills and her objectivity is a key strength in interventions with clients.
Recently she has been engaged by several organisations to develop strategic workforce planning and has built up considerable expertise in this area.