Cormac, a software engineer by training, has spent the past 16 years dedicated to developing learning processes and practices. He has pioneered a new practice that helps teams build trust, collaborate and implement highly effective new working practices.
When he is not coaching and working with clients, Cormac spends his time researching and innovating new ideas on learning structures. His lifelong ambition is to build a technology solution that fixes the inherent conflict between customer facing functions and the support functions.
Cormac has a BSc from Queen’s University Belfast.
“I invited Ennovate in at an important juncture in the transformation programme; many of the structural changes were already implemented. I realised the importance of putting in place changes to the behaviours and working practices of the retained organisation. I hired Ennovate to coach the leaders to deliver changes in their working practices using commitment management as a new management practice. Both divisional leaders involved are positive about the outcomes achieved by the Ennovate team”
– Sean Kenndy, Transformation Director, Coillte
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