Kerynne Metherell

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Kerynne is passionate about the lasting difference coaching can make in helping executives unlock  their  potential,  and  change.  She  has  helped  clients  (both  individuals  and  management teams) in both the public and private sectors on a range of issues including (among others) strategy development, career transition, preparation for new (including non-­‐exec) roles, great performance, hiring and developing A players, dealing with difficult situations, and  work-­‐life balance. Her style is supportive, goal-­‐oriented  and predominantly  non-­‐directive, although she will draw on her experience, advising clients in a more consultative  way  as  required.  She  has  studied  with  both  Management  Futures  and  (currently) Meyler Campbell and is qualified in a range of psychometric and other tools.

Kerynne  has  a  wealth  of  industry  and  consulting  experience.  She  began  her  career  in  marketing and corporate communications working first for Glaxo Pharmaceuticals UK (on their graduate training programme) and then The Coca-­‐Cola Company (based in Hong Kong working across the Middle and Far East). After completing her MBA, she moved into strategy and  business  development,  first  at  Mercer  Management  Consulting  in  London  where  she  undertook strategy assignments for a range of industrial, media and telecoms clients, and then  leading  the  Corporate  Development  function  at  AOL  Europe.  From  2001  to  2008  she  was Deputy Head of Strategy and then Head of Business Change at Channel 4, where she focused increasingly on issues of organisational capability.

Kerynne has spent the last five years with Egon Zehnder consulting to senior clients across sectors (especially not-­‐for-­‐profit, digital and media) on talent identification and assessment. Most  recently  she  has  done  a  lot  of  work  with  high  growth,  entrepreneurial  organisations  building digital capability at exec and non-­‐exec levels. Kerynne has an MA in Geography from Oxford University and an MBA from INSEAD.

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